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2024上半年樂季


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“As time changes, we are in the flowing history. Things happen in the world, and we change also personally. We always look for the meaning for the truth of the symphony. For me is every time like new, as if I conductor for the first time. Even if I know the symphony and conducted it 50 times, it’s always like new.”

 

“Little by little, I begin to grow into the orchestra, and orchestra understands me, I feel more and more attached to this orchestra. I appreciate a lot the enthusiasm, the seriousness of the musician their desire to develop to make greater music.”

 

“Life is beartiful! I am so happy to be able to hear and play this music. We are lucky to be able participate in this miracle of creation.”

--Eliahu Inbal

 

 

//CreationImmortality//

In 2024, we mark the 200th anniversary of Bruckner’s birth. TSO and Conductor Laureate Eliahu Inbal will present a grand tribute featuring Bruckner’s Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Symphonies. Under the master’s baton, let’s explore the immortal symphonies crafted by a composer deeply influenced by religion and tradition.

 

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The first half of the 2024 season promises an impressive lineup, with the return of renowned conductors Yoel Levi and Michał Nesterowicz and violinists Maxim Vengerov and Benjamin Beilman. We are also delighted to welcome pianist Olga Kern back to Taiwan after 18 years.

 

//CreationNew Facets//

In their inaugural collaboration with TSO, we proudly welcome conductors Felix Mildenberger and Ludovic Morlot, pianists Alexei Volodin, Piotr Anderszewski, Hayato Sumino, and Momo Kodama, and cellist Li-Wei Qin, among other internationally acclaimed musicians of all generations. Witness the exciting encounter of musical titans as they present classics in a new light.

 

//CreationMetamorphosis//

Celebrating the 55th anniversary of the Taipei Symphony Orchestra!

As TSO strides into its second half-century, it continues to thrive and grow from the nourishment of the classical tradition. We extend an invitation to old and new friends alike to join us as we keep the classics going and experience a splendid metamorphosis.