Vilde Frang makes her debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker

This week, Vilde Frang will give her debut performance with the Berliner Philharmoniker, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle as part of the orchestra’s Europakonzert series. The series, which began in 1991, has seen the Berliner Philharmoniker give concerts in a different European city each year on May Day to celebrate the anniversary of the orchestra’s founding on 1 May 1882, as well as to celebrate the common heritage of the Old World. The tradition continues this year with the 26th Europakonzert celebrated at the Røros Kirke in Norway.
Find out more about the concert here. The performance will be broadcast live on the Berliner Philharmoniker’s Digital Concert Hall here.
Fresh from a highly successful tour of Canada and the US, including her acclaimed Carnegie Hall debut, the remainder of this season sees Vilde making her Hong Kong debut performing Britten’s Violin Concerto (14 May), a return to Tokyo for a recital at Oji Hall (17 May) and concert with the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (22 May), and debut performances with the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester, conducted by Sakari Oramo (16, 17 & 19 June).
On her return to Europe, Vilde has a busy summer ahead, performing with the Orchestre National de Lyon in Bad Kissingen (15 July), an extensive residency with the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival (29 June – 10 September), as well as her return to the Lucerne Festival with the Leipzig Gewandhausorchester conducted by Herbert Blomstedt (5 September).
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