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Martin Pearson: the Roaring durklanger as the classic, the revolution came to the island

with the pianist Christian Zacharias-five years ago, appeared in the concert hall of the music of Joseph Haydn, he was so disturbed by mobilsignal, he stopped a

Martin Pearson: the Roaring durklanger as the classic, the revolution came to the island

with the pianist Christian Zacharias-five years ago, appeared in the concert hall of the music of Joseph Haydn, he was so disturbed by mobilsignal, he stopped a

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
15 September 2019 Sunday 00:00
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Martin Pearson: the Roaring durklanger as the classic, the revolution came to the island

with the pianist Christian Zacharias-five years ago, appeared in the concert hall of the music of Joseph Haydn, he was so disturbed by mobilsignal, he stopped and said, bluntly, to the crowd: ”I Don't answer. "Take it away”. This was filmed and put out on the Göteborgssymfonikernas Youtube channel, and from then on their free streaming service GSO Play. Today it has the clip been viewed 3.7 million times.

in its June number of this year, highlighted the revolution that is taking place to classical music thanks to streaming web concerts, described this event as one of the major consequence. With the berlin philharmonic as a role model, was in Gothenburg first in Sweden with a focus on the digital stream, and it still has the most advanced technology available. But in the concert halls of Stockholm, sweden and a few more will follow them closely in the tracks. For example, the live was streamed across the baltic festival of stockholm's berwald hall for a couple of weeks ago. ”The question arises as to whether a band can survive without a 'play-through', " says Göteborgssymfonikernas managing director, Sten Cranner, to the Opus. The numbers speak for themselves, it is placed in the GSO Play, and has three million visitors a year. Half of them are from the rest of the world.

the digital streamandet is breaking new ground in music and opens the door to new audiences, shows a recent report made by the mediainstitutet MIDiA Research. Services such as Spotify and listening to 35% of the adult visitors to the classical music. One-third of them are in the age group of 25 to 30 years of age. A new generation of classical listeners have been created, thanks to its digital movement.

the concert halls must adhere to this flow. On Thursday evening, was my private island in the Gothenburg southern archipelago where Göteborgssymfonikernas säsongsöppning live was streamed to the Kössös the old school house. A local dating back to the early 1900s, today functions as a small and the houses of the People. This can be seen in football and ice hockey, has been killed and ölprovningar, are involved in the cooking, and the quizaftnar, or listening to a lecture given by the islanders themselves, in the autumn of archaeology, department of mathematics, school of journalism, and what it is like to work at skärgårdsbåtarna.

they came together for a live classical concert. And more than 30 of the island's 120 year-round residents had to hear the symphony orchestra participated, under the chefdirigenten Santtu-Matias Rouvalis management, on the motion of Jennifer Higdons ”Loco” in 2004. In a mad rushing tågmusik of Buster Keaton's the spirit that raised the pulse rate to the max, before that, Leif-Ove Andsnes was to transform the energy of the crash fantasies and dreams come true will of Edward Grieg's piano concerto. Andsnes is a miracle, and the audience at the school house blared to catch up with them, it's.

After the intermission came Dmitri Shostakovich's fifth symphony, with its poignant trekvartslånga's journey from the darkness into the light of day. And, as with its less-durklanger in the final, the whole of the school building to rattle. A standing ovation it's, of course. And a singing in the to go downwind, which is not only focused on it, dedicated to this event. The concert had to come to the island.

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Updated: 15.09.2019 00:00
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