50 Jahre Deutsche Streicherphilharmonie
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Romanian Folk Dances
Concerto for Oboe and String Orchestra op. 39
Partita für Streichorchester
“Danses sacrée et profane" for harp and string orchestra
Suite for string orchestra
Wolfgang Hentrich - Conductor
Wolfgang Hentrich devotes himself in particular to conducting the Dresden Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra. As soloist, he has performed with Marek Janowski, Walter Weller, Sir Neville Marriner, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Markus Poschner and Andrew Litton.
The artist’s diverse repertoire ranges from baroque music to cyclical performances of violin sonatas by composers such as Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Brahms and Grieg, as well as joint performances with the rock musician Dirk Zöllner. His CD productions include various violin concertos, orchestral works by Johann Strauß, Mozart’s sonatas for piano and violin and works by Paganini for violin and guitar. Following the example of the legendary Viennese concertmaster Willi Boskovsky, Wolfgang Hentrich has conducted numerous New Year’s Concerts of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra and the Robert Schumann Philharmonic Orchestra Chemnitz. As guest concertmaster he has regularly with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin since 2009 and has performed the operas the operas of Richard Wagner under the direction of Marek Janowski.
Together with music-loving amateurs, he founded the Fördervereinsorchester der Dresdner Philharmonie in 2002, conducts large choral concerts and leads the Chorus 116 in Dresden. In the programmes he conceives, he regularly integrates world premieres into his programmes.
Wolfgang Hentrich is honorary professor for violin at the Dresden Academy of Music and devotes himself with special programmes for children and young people. Since August 2013 he has been chief conductor of the Deutsche Streicherphilharmonie. The intensive work with the 11 to 20 year old musicians has become a matter close to his heart and occupies a large part of his artistic life. and occupies a large part of his artistic life. In 2023, Wolfgang Hentrich and the young string young string talents will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Deutsche Streicherphilharmonie.
Mariano Esteban Barco
Mariano Esteban Barco - Oboe
The Spanish oboist Mariano Esteban Barco was born in 1994 in the town of Calanda in the region of Aragón. At the age of ten, he became a junior student with Vicente Llimerá Dus and Miguel Enguidanos Tomas in Valencia. He completed his Bachelor’s degree at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid under Hansjörg Schellenberger and Víctor Ánchel.
Early on, Mariano Esteban Barco won first prizes at Spain’s national youth music competition. His most recent competition successes include participation in the semifinals of the 66th ARD International Music Competition in Munich in 2017 and 2nd prize at the VII. International Oboe Competition “Giuseppe Tomassini” in Italy.
He gained orchestral experience with the National Youth Orchestra of Spain, the European Youth Orchestra, the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra and the West Eastern Divan Orchestra with Daniel Barenboim.
He moved to Germany to study with Gregor Witt, and a year later he received his first contract as principal oboist at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Since then he has played with renowned orchestras such as the Hamburg State Opera, the Staatskapelle Dresden, the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Israel Philarmonic, Staatskapelle Berlin and Konzerthaus Berlin.
As a soloist, Mariano Esteban Barco has appeared with the Valencia Symphony Orchestra, the Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock, the Rostov Symphony Orchestra (Russia), the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra and the Munich Chamber Orchestra. His debut at the Philharmonie Berlin with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester in the Mozart Concerto is worth mentioning.
Since April 2022 he has been principal oboist of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin (RSB). He is currently studying for a Master’s degree at the Hanns Eisler University of Music Berlin with Dominik Wollenweber and Viola Wilmsen.
Maud Edenwald ép. Könczei
The orchestra members of the Deutsche Streicherphilharmonie regularly impress audiences and the specialist press alike with their high quality and the excellence of their playing. The intensive work of the instructors from the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin with the individual voice groups ensures the characteristic, extremely homogeneous string sound of the ensemble, whose artistic direction has been in the hands of Principal Conductor Wolfgang Hentrich, First Concertmaster of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, since 2013.
04.05.2023 8.04 pm. Radio broadcast DLF Kultur
The FREUNDE UND FÖRDERER des Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchesters Berlin e.V. again invite pupils from schools in Berlin to this concert.
Mensch, Musik! #8 – „Zufällig FREI“
Bach, Klein, Satie, Abazari, Honegger, Pärt, Coulombe