Autumn Tour with Stars
In the period of one month (11/11 to 11/12) will the Prague Philharmonia visit 16 european cities at the Autumn European Tour. They will perform in their classical composition under the concert master Jan Fišer. The repertoire consists of the compositions from baroko to the music of end of the 20th century. The main guests of the concert tour are the trumpet masters Sergej Nakariakov and Gábor Boldoczki. Together with them will play the pianist Kateryna Titova, marimba soloist Katarzyna Mycka, harpist Mirjam Schröder, flutist Kaori Fujii or trumpeter Mladen Đorđević.
The concerts will take place on only in the big cities as Stuttgart, Munich, Belgrad, but also at smaller European concert halls and the audience can look forward to the orchestral compositions by Bach, Hayden, Mozart, Dvořák or Martinů and the concerts for trumpet by Torelli, Haydn, Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Donizetti and others.
Sergei Nakarjakov was at his thirteen’s called “trumpet Paganini“ or “trumpet Caruso“. He started as a pianist; however the spinal injury changed his interest to trumpet. The biggest support and the talent as well he gained from his father Mikhail Nakariakov. Since his ten years, Nakariakov has performed at the world stages playing not only traditional trumpet repertoire, but also transcriptions and premieres of the contemporary compositions.
Gábor Boldoczki is considered to be on of the most important musical personality in his generation. He started to win the trumpet competitions at very young age and become many laudatory nicknames similar to Nakarjakov. He has performed with many significant orchestras in the world, premiers at the music festivals and for instance Gala Concert with Edita Gruberová. Currently, he teaches at the Franz Liszt‘s Academy of Performing Arts in Hungary, where he studied too.