Opening concert of the International Music Festival Hamburg: Kent Nagano & Philharmonic State Orchestra with Jan Vogler, Mira Wang and Daniel Ottensamer (May 2021)

01:05 William Blank: „Alisma“ Tripelkonzert für Violine, Violoncello, Klarinette und Orchester
23:12 Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphonie Nr. 5 c-Moll op. 67 „Schicksalssymponie“

Kent Nagano, conductor
Mira Wang, violin
Jan Vogler, violoncello
Daniel Ottensamer, clarinet
Philharmonic State Orchestra Hamburg

Kent Nagano and Jan Vogler to open the Musikfest Hamburg 2021 (April 2021)

On 6 May, Kent Nagano will open this year’s Musikfest Hamburg 2021 together with the Philharmonic State Orchestra Hamburg. The program includes Beethoven’s 5th Symphony and the world premiere of the Triple Concerto “Alisma”; a work for violin, violoncello, clarinet and orchestra by the Swiss composer William Blank.

Soloists in this tribute to Beethoven include cellist Jan Vogler and violinist Mira Wang, as well as Vienna Philharmonic principal clarinetist Daniel Ottensamer.

6 May at 8 p.m. via livestream
William Blank: “Alisma” Triple Concerto for violin, violoncello, clarinet and orchestra
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C minor, op. 67

Conductor: Kent Nagano
Violoncello: Jan Vogler
Violin: Mira Wang
Clarinet: Daniel Ottensamer
Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra

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Jan Vogler and Dresden Music Festival plan to play under pandemic conditions – live and digital (February 2021)

With heart, caution and a high degree of flexibility, the Dresden Music Festival is currently preparing for its 44th festival season from May 14 to June 12, 2021. The aim is to provide world-class musical live events under the motto »Dialogues« in Dresden – while giving top priority to the protection of the health of the audience and organizers. For this reason, director Jan Vogler and his festival team are in constant dialogue with politicians, artists and the festival partners.


Jan Vogler and Tiffany Poon on Dreamstage (January 2021)

On 23 January , Jan Vogler will join pianist Tiffany Poon for a concert of works by Bach and Beethoven at Dreamstage. Proceeds from the concert will be donated to the Associated Musicians of Greater New York Emergency Relief Fund.

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Jan Vogler – Livestream on Dreamstage (December 2020)

On December 12, Jan Vogler will perform live from the Kulturpalast together with the Dresden Festival Orchestra. The event will be broadcast live on the streaming platform Dreamstage at 8 pm. The program of this evening will combine works by Johann Adolph Hasse, Nicola Antonio Porpora and Antonio Vivaldi, among others, and will build a musical bridge from Dresden to Italy.

With the proceeds from the virtual tickets the Dresden Music Festival wants to support especially the freelance musicians of the Dresden Festival Orchestra.

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Polo G and Chief Keef announced a partnership with live concert platform DREAMSTAGE for an exclusive concert on Friday, October 23 at 7PM EST. The concert marks a major foray into hip-hop for DREAMSTAGE, the new cross-genre premium platform for ticketed live concerts. For this initial week of sales, as a special superfan pre-order price, tickets are selling for just $14.99. Ticket costs will increase a week from today.

Chicago rapper Chief Keef, a pioneer of Chicago’s drill style rap, was named an icon by Complex with a cult following, receiving massive success since the release of his 2012 debut Finally Rich. While fellow Chicago rapper Polo G was recently named a XXL Magazine 2020 Freshman of the year and Rolling Stone named his 2019 album Die A Legend the top spot on their “20 Best Hip Hop Albums of 2019.”


Opening concert of Dreamstage with Jan Vogler and Hélène Grimaud (August 2020)

On August 22, Dreamstage opens its doors with a concert by cellist Jan Vogler and pianist Hélène Grimaud. For their Dreamstage debut, they will stream a program for a worldwide audience that combines Robert Schumann’s Fantasy Pieces op. 73, Johannes Brahms’ Sonata op. 38 and Dmitri Shostakovich’s Sonata for Cello and Piano op. 40.

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