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The 2022 Young Euro Classic Residency

 

In 2019 Young Euro Classic first featured a residency, in order to to offer selected orchestras a larger, in-depth platform. Three years – and two coronavirus summers – later, the Festival can finally resume this concept, extended by an educational element. On two evenings, one ensemble takes the artistic reins, programming these two concerts and a format for Next Generation, Young Euro Classic’s programme for the youngest of the young.

The 2022 Orchestra in Residence is the O/Modernt New Generation Orchestra. Hugo, Ticciati, the ensemble’s artistic director and creator of its visionary stage programmes, considers this an “incredible opportunity and great honour”, for:

Our strength is mixing different genres. And this residency allows us to give the audience a feeling for the O/Modernt world, through different concerts, stories, formats and musical genres, allowing us to develop a deeper relationship with the audience.

Hugo Ticciati Artistic Director, O/Modernt New Generation Orchestra

Symbiotic encounters with the audience, youthful freshness and differences to celebrate: read what Hugo Ticciati is most looking forward to. And what his thoughts behind the Residency concerts are: Click here to read the full interview

The Residency Programme 2022

August 13, 2022
Brahms, Bartók and the Roaming Spirits

August 14, 2022
Next Generation Children’s Concert

August 15, 2022
“Milestones” with Nils Landgren

From the timeless originals of the Sinti and Romany to works by Johannes Brahms and Béla Bartók inspired by Romanian and Hungarian folklore: an evening in the fascinating musical world of the Carpathian Basin.

Like little Nils on the back of the wild geese, the young talents of the Lilla Akademien and the Julius Stern Institute discover the exciting world of sound! Accompany them on the wings of music, and experience an exciting concert for children led by Hugo Ticciati.

Miles Davis meets Medieval Ages: Modal similarities between Jazz and Renaissance music and a certain melancholy connect the masterpieces of this evening. Equally promising: the meeting of the exceptional artists Ticciati and Landgren.