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Online Concerts of Theodor Currentzis MusicAeterna Orchestra
11.06.2020 21:55
Online Concerts of Theodor Currentzis MusicAeterna Orchestra

 You can now listen to the famous MusicAeterna Orchestra under the conductorship of Theodor Currentzis at any time. 


      
An online platform with recordings of the Orchestra's concerts, interviews and news about the  musicians' lives is available now.

      
The new musicAeterna.world portal contains recordings of performances by Theodor Currentzis, his orchestra and choir. Lectures, interviews with performers and videos about their life and work will also be available. The first recording - Mozart’s “Requiem”, recorded at the Salzburg Festival in 2017 – appeared on the site on April 24 and  was accassible for one day. Theodor Currentzis, one of the most prominent conductors of our time, moved to St. Petersburg from Perm in 2019. His orchestra and choir are based at Radio House on Italian Street, Saint Petersburg.



Author: Vera Ivanova

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