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These HD-audio and HD-video recordings of PMF 2019 performances allow you to experience the atmosphere of an actual concert, almost as if you are in the hall! Available to stream online for free, for a limited time.

[Streaming period]
Valery Gergiev conducts - PMF Orchestra Concert: through February 7 (Fri), 2020
Other concerts: through December 27 (Fri), 2019

HD Video[HD Video]
PMF2019
PMF Orchestra Concert

Recording:

July 31 (Wed), 2019 Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara

Artists:

Valery Gergiev, conductor
Matvey Demin, flute*
PMF AMERICA**
PMF Orchestra

Artistic Director Valery Gergiev has consistently amazed audiences at PMF with his charismatic drive and inspiring interpretations of challenging repertoire. Now in his fifth year, he has once again thrown down the gauntlet to the Academy, centering his program on Shostakovich's Symphony No. 4. Gergiev himself spoke of this symphony as "an extremely difficult work, requiring 100% focus - art of the highest level."
The first half of the program features Debussy's groundbreaking masterpiece Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune and Ibert's Flute Concerto performed by the winner of the International Tchaikovsky Competition's newly established woodwind division, Matvey Demin!

Program:

  • Debussy: Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune[01:02-]
  • Ibert: Flute Concerto*[12:58-]
  • J. S. Bach: Partita in A minor for solo flute, BWV 1013 – Sarabande (encore)*[33:16]
  • Shostakovich: Symphony No. 4 in c minor, Op. 43**[37:28-]

HD Video[HD Video]
PMF2019
Part 2 of the PMF GALA Concert

Recording:

July 14, 2019 | Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara

Artists:

Marin Alsop, conductor
Sunao Goko, violin*
PMF EUROPE**
PMF Orchestra

In 1990, Bernstein brought a small, select group of young conductors with him to Sapporo. From among them, Marin Alsop was chosen (along with Yutaka Sado) to conduct a portion of the first half of the legendary single concert on which Bernstein conducted the PMF Orchestra, her abilities immediately causing a stir. Now 29 years on, long-established as a leader on the world stage and at the height of her powers, she makes her awaited return to PMF. She conducts a fascinatingly varied and energy-filled program, including a suite from one of the most beloved and oft-performed operas of the 20th century, Der Rosenkavalier!
As soloist, up-and-coming violinist Sunao Goko, the youngest First-Prize winner of the Yehudi Menuhin International Competition for Young Violinists in the competition's history, reputed for his immaculate technique and expressive depth, makes his first appearance at PMF!
Don't miss this fascinating, long-awaited program!

Program:

  • J. Adams: Short Ride in a Fast Machine[01:11-]
  • Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35*[06:24-]
    • Allegro moderato[06:50-]
    • Canzonetta. Andante[26:32-]
    • Finale. Allegro vivacissimo[33:08-]
  • Prokofiev: Symphony No. 1 in D major, Op. 25 "Classical"[44:45-]
  • R. Strauss: Suite from Der Rosenkavalier, Op. 59**[01:01:01-]
  • Edu Lobo: Pé de Vento (encore)[01:27:24-]

HD Video[HD Video]
PMF2019
PMF Premium Concert

Recording:

July 21, 2019 | Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara

Artists:

Christoph Eschenbach, conductor
Erin Wall, soprano I (Magna Peccatrix)
Tamayo Yoshida, soprano II (Una poenitentium)
Yoko Yasui, soprano III (Mater gloriosa)
Mihoko Fujimura, alto I (Mulier Samaritana)
Makiko Yamashita, alto II (Maria Aegyptiaca)
Tetsutaro Shimizu, tenor (Doctor Marianus)
Hidekazu Machi, baritone (Pater ecstaticus)
Mikhail Petrenko, bass (Pater profundus)
PMF Premium Orchestra
【PMF AMERICA / PMF Alumni / PMF Orchestra】
PMF Premium Chorus
HBC Junior Choir

Following on from the 1999 PMF International Orchestra for the festival's 10th anniversary, and the 2009 PMF Anniversary Orchestra for the 20th, this year's 30th anniversary is marked by the PMF Premium Orchestra, led by former Artistic Director Christoph Eschenbach, making his first return since conducting the Anniversary Orchestra. Together with a stellar cast of soloists they take on the first performance at PMF of Mahler's grand-scale Symphony No. 8. In addition to the Academy and the faculty members of PMF AMERICA, 15 PMF alumni who have gone on to become important players on the world stage, hailing from a diverse range of orchestras from the Berlin Phil to the Sapporo Symphony, join in this powerhouse orchestra of 130 players. Combined with the PMF Premium Chorus - formed exclusively for this program and consisting of hundreds of choral singers, primarily those active in Sapporo - altogether nearly 600 performers join forces in this colossal symphony, creating an unforgettable monument truly worthy of PMF's 30th anniversary.

Program:

  • Mahler: Symphony No. 8 in E-flat major
    • Part I Hymnus: Veni creator spiritus[01:41-]
    • Part II Closing scene from Goethe's Faust[25:48-]

HD Audio[HD Audio]
PMF2019
PMF VIENNA Concert

  • PMF VEINNA Concert
  • PMF VEINNA Concert
  • PMF VEINNA Concert

Bernstein passed away in 1990, just months after founding PMF with the goal of fostering the young musicians of the future. Members of the Vienna Philharmonic, expressing their shared belief in the importance of the concepts at the heart of PMF, stepped forward to ensure that the fire set alight by Bernstein would not go out. Through their continued participation in PMF over the years, the bonds they formed with Bernstein during his lifetime have gone on to become inseparable from their bonds with the people of Sapporo.

Here, former Vienna Phil concertmaster Rainer Küchl and his colleagues offer a passionate quartet performance, supplementing the final piece with harp and 3 additional string players from the Academy!

Recording:

July 10, 2019 Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara Kitara (Small Hall)

Artists:

  • PMF VIENNA (members of the Wiener Philharmoniker)
    • Rainer Küchl, violin I
    • Daniel Froschauer, violin II
    • Heinrich Koll, viola
    • Stefan Gartmayer, cello
    • Michael Bladerer, double bass*
    • Ladislav Papp, harp*
  • Members of the PMF Orchestra*
    • Roberta Yee, violin
    • Raphaela Pachner, viola
    • Anna Nagy, cello

Program:

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  • Haydn: String Quartet in B-flat major, Op. 71 No. 1[20:15]
    • Allegro[00:00〜]
    • Adagio[07:08〜]
    • Menuetto. Allegretto[11:50〜]
    • Vivace[15:22〜]
  • Dvořák: String Quartet No. 8 in E major, Op. 80[27:31]
    • Allegro[00:00〜]
    • Andante con moto[08:47〜]
    • Allegro scherzando – Trio[15:16〜]
    • Finale. Allegro con brio[19:30〜]
  • Beethoven: String Quartet No. 16 in F major Op. 135[25:21]
    • Allegretto[00:00〜]
    • Vivace[06:38〜]
    • Lento assai, cantante e tranquillo[10:03〜]
    • Grave, ma non troppo tratto – Allegro[18:15〜]
  • Schönberg: Notturno*[03:57]

HD Audio[HD Audio]
PMF2019
PMF BERLIN Concert

  • PMF BERLIN Concert
  • PMF BERLIN Concert
  • PMF BERLIN Concert

Enjoy this highly varied program featuring a wide range of ensembles and genres from Romantic to modern, lied to tango, even closing with the beloved jazz standard “Take Five,” all performed by wind, brass, and percussion players from the incomparable Berlin Philharmonic! The expressive power and unique timbre of each instrument is on full display in each and every moment; the PMF BERLIN Concert is truly an experience like no other!

Recording:

July 11/12, 2019 Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara (Small Hall)

Artists:

  • PMF BERLIN (members of the Berliner Philharmoniker)
    • Andreas Blau, flute
    • Andreas Wittmann, oboe
    • Alexander Bader, clarinet
    • Stefan Schweigert, bassoon
    • Sarah Willis, horn
    • Tamás Velenczei, trumpet
    • Jesper Busk Sørensen, trombone
    • Franz Schindlbeck, percussion
  • Akiko Sakuma, piano*

Program:

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  • M. Stockhausen: Five Pieces for Trumpet and Vibraphone[07:56]
    • Fiore[00:00〜]
    • Judan[01:22〜]
    • Shalom[03:31〜]
    • Yampi[05:55〜]
  • Schumann (arr. Sørensen): Dichterliebe, Op. 48*[09:07]
    • Im wunderschönen Monat Mai[00:00〜]
    • Der Rose, die Lilie, die Taube, die Sonne[01:37〜]
    • Wenn ich in deine Auge she[02:13〜]
    • Ich will meine Seele tauchen[03:48〜]
    • Ich grolle nicht[04:45〜]
    • Hör' ich das Liedchen klingen[06:05〜]
  • Klughardt: Quintet for Woodwinds, Op. 79[19:48]
    • Allegro non troppo[00:00〜]
    • Allegro vivace[06:45〜]
    • Andante grazioso[10:45〜]
    • Adagio - Allegro molto vivace[14:14〜]
  • E. McLean: Scenes from Storyville[07:27]
    • Blowin' in the Dawn[00:00〜]
    • Down on Basin Street[01:07〜]
    • Sunday's Song[02:41〜]
    • The Night The Lights Went Out[05:19〜]
  • Ibert: Cinq Pièces en trio[07:25]
    • Allegro vivo[00:00〜]
    • Andantino[01:00〜]
    • Allegro assai[02:46〜]
    • Andante[03:37〜]
    • Allegro quasi marziale[05:56〜]
  • Piazzolla (arr. Schäfer): Histoire du Tango[10:02]
    • I. Bordel 1900[00:00〜]
    • III. Nightclub 1960[03:54〜]
  • Desmond: Take Five (encore)[03:01]

Archives

  • [HD Video]
    PMF2018from the PMF Orchestra Concert <Program A>
    ~for the 125th anniversary of the death of Tchaikovsky~

    Recording:

    July 15 (Sun), 2018 | Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara

    Artists:

    John Axelrod, conductor
    Rinat Shaham, mezzo soprano*
    PMF EUROPE**
    PMF Orchestra

    Program:

    • Mahler: Blumine[00:58-]

      Mahler originally wrote Blumine (“bloomings”) as a movement of his Symphony No. 1, before abruptly suppressing it. Rediscovered decades after his death, it garnered immediate praise as an independent piece, and has become known perhaps especially for its beautiful trumpet solos.

    • Mahler: Lieder nach Gedichten von Friedrich Rückert*[08:27-]
      • Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder![08:52-]
      • Ich atmet' einen linden Duft[10:21-]
      • Um Mitternacht[13:05-]
      • Liebst du um Schönheit[19:33-]
      • Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen[22:20-]

      This song cycle sets to music 5 poems of the 19th century German poet Friedrich Rückert, whose work served as a creative impetus for a long list of composers. Israeli mezzo soprano Rinat Shaham, acclaimed for her performances both in opera houses and on concert stages with the likes of the Berlin Philharmonic, offers a deeply passionate interpretation.

    • Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 in f minor, Op. 36**[30:08-]
      • Andante Sostenuto – Moderato con anima[30:33-]
      • Andantino in modo di canzona[49:23-]
      • Scherzo. Pizzicato ostinato[1:00:14-]
      • Finale. Allegro con fuoco[1:06:01-]

      The program concludes with Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4, full of dynamic, dramatic shifts and beloved by classical fans the world over, led by Principal Conductor John Axelrod, a student of Bernstein making his return to PMF in honor of the Bernstein centennial.

    PMF Orchestra Concert < Program A >

    • PMF Orchestra Concert < Program A >
    • PMF Orchestra Concert < Program A >
    • PMF Orchestra Concert < Program A >
  • [HD Video] Part II of the PMF GALA Concert
    PMF2018from the PMF Orchestra Concert <Program C>
    ~Gergiev conducts Mahler~

    Recording:

    July 29 (Sun), 2018 | Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara
    (from the PMF GALA Concert)

    Artists:

    Valery Gergiev, conductor
    PMF AMERICA*
    PMF Orchestra

    Program:

    • Verdi: I vespri siciliani overture[01:05-]

      This overture comes from Verdi’s opera based on an uprising in Palermo, Sicily in the 13th century that came to be known as Vespri siciliani (“Sicilian Vespers”). Something of the drama of that event is present here, especially in the momentum that builds toward its climactic finale.

    • Mahler: Symphony No. 7 in e minor*[09:15-]
      • Langsam (Adagio) - Allegro risoluto, ma non troppo[09:40-]
      • Nachtmusik I. Allegro moderato[29:20-]
      • Scherzo. Schattenhaft[42:58-]
      • Nachtmusik II. Andante amoroso[51:31-]
      • Rondo-Finale. Allegro ordinario[1:02:53-]

      Among Mahler’s symphonies, the 7th stands out for its enigmatic nature, it’s structural complexity, and the demands it makes on the performers, all of which lend to it being relatively rarely performed. Near the end of Mahler’s life, in a letter to his publisher, Mahler wrote that it was his “best work.”
      Artistic Director Valery Gergiev’s interpretations of the complete Mahler symphonic cycle are universally acclaimed; here you can experience him leading the PMF Orchestra in the first performance of this symphony in the festival’s history – the grand culmination of PMF 2018!

    PMF Orchestra Concert < Program C >

    • PMF Orchestra Concert < Program C >
    • PMF Orchestra Concert < Program C >
    • PMF Orchestra Concert < Program C >
  • [HD Audio]
    PMF2018from the PMF Orchestra Concert <Program B>
    ~All-Bernstein Program~

    These performances are from an all-Bernstein program performed by the PMF Orchestra in celebration of the Bernstein centennial, led by PMF Guest Conductor Edwin Outwater, a musical craftsman known for his interpretations of a truly wide ranging repertoire including Bernstein’s works. Fancy Free is deceptively lighthearted ballet music that overflows with jazz, and the Symphony No. 2 “Age of Anxiety,” with its dramatic encounters between piano and orchestra, features Andrew Tyson as soloist, hailed by BBC Radio 3 as “a real poet of the piano.” This program, of such deep significance to the festival, is not to be missed.

    Recording:

    July 21 (Sat)/July 22 (Sun), 2018 | Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara

    Artists:

    Edwin Outwater, conductor
    Andrew Tyson, piano*
    PMF AMERICA*
    PMF Orchestra

    Program:

    Listen in HD audio

    • Bernstein: Fancy Free
      • Enter three Sailors[00:24-]
      • Scene at the Bar[03:26-]
      • Enter two Girls[05:16-]
      • Pas de deux[08:10-]
      • Competition Scene[11:15-]
      • Variation I (Galop)[14:27-]
      • Variation II (Waltz)[15:55-]
      • Variation III (Danzon)[18:39-]
      • Finale[21:25-]
    • Bernstein: Symphony No. 2 "The Age of Anxiety" *

      〈Part I〉

      • The Prologue[00:26-]
      • The Seven Ages[02:48-]
      • The Seven Stages[11:38-]

      〈Part II〉

      • The Dirge (Largo)[17:46-]
      • The Masque (Extremely fast)[23:14-]
      • The Epilogue (L'istesso tempo-Adagio-Andante-Con moto)[27:53-]
    • PMF Orchestra Concert <Program B>
    • PMF Orchestra Concert <Program B>
    • PMF Orchestra Concert <Program B>
  • [Audio]
    PMF2018PMF Mt. Moiwa Concert

    Mt. Moiwa, in the lush green mountains of southwest Sapporo, is considered an oasis – an escape from the bustle of the city, easily accessible by ropeway – making it a highly popular destination for both tourists and residents. Once again this year we present the PMF Mt. Moiwa Concert, an annual chamber music concert in the Forest Gallery near the mountain’s peak.

    Recording:

    July 17 (Thu), 2018 | Mt. Moiwa Forest Gallery

    Artists:

    • Members of the PMF Orchestra
      • Paul Kim, violin*
      • Shing Kwan Jim Leung, violin**
      • Joseph Lorang, violin***
      • Sofia Sakharova, violin*
      • Waka Tobita, violin***
      • Sohyun Chung, viola*
      • Katelyn Hoag, viola**
      • Katie Perrin, viola***
      • Wolf Georg Hassinger, cello***
      • Marta Gómez Alonso, flute**

    Program:

    • Beethoven: Trio in C major, Op. 87 (version for 2 violins and viola)*
      • Allegro[00:18-]
      • Adagio cantabile[07:35-]
      • Menuetto. Allegro molto Scherzo[12:06-]
      • Finale. Presto[14:53-]
    • Reger: Serenade in G major, Op. 141a**
      • Vivace[00:18-]
      • Larghetto[05:05-]
      • Presto[10:41-]
    • Mozart: String Quartet No. 17 in B-flat major, K. 458 "Hunt" ***
      • Allegro vivace assai[00:17-]
      • Menuetto & Trio. Moderato[08:58-]
      • Adagio[13:35-]
      • Allegro assai[19:37-]
    • PMF Mt. Moiwa Concert
    • PMF Mt. Moiwa Concert
    • PMF Mt. Moiwa Concert
  • [HD Video] Part II of the PMF GALA Concert
    PMF2017PMF Orchestra Concert <Program C>

    The PMF Orchestra Concert from the PMF Gala Concert, the culmination of PMF 2017 that attracts much attention, is now streamed as a high-definition video this year. The two-hour video is available for three months from September to November and feature Artistic Director Valery Gergiev and the Japan debut of violinist Daniel Lozakovich! Please enjoy the visuals and sounds of the recording – just as if you were listening to a concert in the hall – anytime, anywhere!

    Streaming period:

    September 1 (Fri), 2017 – November 30 (Thu), 2017

    Recording:

    PMF GALA Concert
    (July 29 (Sat), 2017/Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara)

    Artists:

    Valery Gergiev, conductor
    Daniel Lozakovich, violin*
    PMF AMERICA**
    PMF Orchestra

    Program:

    • Wagner:
      "Tannhäuser" Overture (Dresden version)
      [00:43-]
    • Bruch:
      Violin Concerto No. 1 in g minor, Op. 26*
      [15:54-]
      • Vorspiel. Allegro moderato [16:20-]
      • Adagio [24:38-]
      • Finale. Allegro energico [33:20-]
    • <Encore>
      J. S. Bach:
      Allemanda from Violin Partita
      No. 2 in d minor, BWV 1004*
      [42:10-]
    • Schubert:
      Symphony No. 8 in C major, D. 944 "The Great"**
      [47:29-]
      • Andante - Allegro ma non troppo [47:52-]
      • Andante con moto [64:10-]
      • Scherzo. Allegro vivace [79:36-]
      • Finale. Allegro vivace [89:53-]

    Part II of the PMF GALA Concert

    • Part II of the PMF GALA Concert PMF Orchestra Concert Program C
    • Valery Gergiev
    • PMF Orchestra
  • [HD Audio]
    PMF2017PMF Orchestra Concert <Program A>
    PMF Mt. Moiwa Concert

    PMF Orchestra Concert Program A

    PrimeSeat, a high definition streaming audio service, stream the PMF Orchestra Concert <Program A> and PMF Mt. Moiwa Concert for free! Enjoy the rare experience of high definition audio, with a sampling rate over 128 times that of a CD!

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    September 1 (Fri), 2017 – November 30 (Thu), 2017

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    Concert 1

    Recording

    PMF Orchestra Concert < Program A >
    (July 15 (Sat)/16(Sun), 2017/Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara)

    Artists:

    Jun Märkl

    Jun Märkl, conductor
    PMF EUROPE*
    PMF Orchestra

    Program:

    • Berlioz:"Le corsaire" Overture, Op. 21[total 08:20]
    • Hosokawa:Woven Dreams[total 14:23]
    • Ravel:Daphnis et Chloé (Ballet Music)*[total 52:09]

    Concert 2

    Recording

    PMF Mt. Moiwa Concert
    (July 13 (Thu), 2017/Mt. Moiwa Forest Gallery)

    Artists

    Members of the PMF Orchestra

    • Members of the PMF Orchestra
      • Chelsea Kim, violin I*
      • Ryo Usami, violin II*
      • Sachi Koda, violin III*
      • Yuqi Li, violin I**
      • Nanao Nikole Yamada, violin II**
      • Jun Ting Wei, viola**
      • Anna Nagy, cello**
      • Sangwoo Kim, violin I***
      • Janet Lyu, violin II***
      • Haojian Wang, viola***
      • Sameer Apte, cello***

    Program:

    • Hermann:
      Capriccio No. 1 in d minor for 3 violins, Op. 2*
      [total 07:55]
    • Haydn:
      String Quartet in F-sharp minor, Op. 50 No. 4**
      [total 16:59]
      • Allegro spirituoso[00:21-]
      • Andante[05:15-]
      • Menuetto. Poco allegretto[09:55-]
      • Finale: Fuga. Allegro moderato[13:44-]
    • Schumann:
      String Quartet in F major, Op. 41 No. 2***
      [total 23:50]
      • Allegro vivace[00:17-]
      • Andante, quasi variazioni[07:15-]
      • Scherzo. Presto[15:32-]
      • Allegro molto vivace[18:58-]

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  • [HD Video]
    PMF2016Part II of the PMF GALA Concert PMF Orchestra Concert <Program C>

    Experience the culmination of PMF 2016 in high definition video: the PMF Orchestra Concert <Program C>, from the PMF GALA Concert (August 6, Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara), featuring large masterpieces including Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 8, led by Artistic Director Valery Gergiev. Enjoy the presence of sound only possible through HD – almost as if you’re actually there!

    Streaming period:

    September 30 (Fri), 2016 – January 31 (Tue), 2017

    Recording:

    August 6 (Sat), 2016
    Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara

    Artists:

    Valery Gergiev, conductor
    PMF AMERICA*
    PMF Orchestra

    Program:

    • Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4 in A major Op. 90 "Italian"
      • Allegro vivace[00:52]
      • Andante con moto[11:39]
      • Con moto moderato[17:39]
      • Saltarello. Presto[25:06]
    • Shostakovich: Symphony No. 8 in c minor Op. 65*
      • Adagio - Allegro non troppo[31:57]
      • Allegretto[60:03]
      • Allegro non troppo[66:13]
      • Largo[72:35]
      • Allegretto[83:10]

  • [HD Audio]
    PMF2016PMF Orchestra Concert <ProgramA >

    PMF Orchestra Concert <Program A>

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    August 18, 2016 - November 17, 2016

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    Recording:

    July 23 (Sat)/24 (Sun), 2016 Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara

    Artists:

    John Axelrod conductor

    John Axelrod,conductor
    Sachie Konno, soprano*
    PMF EUROPE
    PMF Orchestra

    Program:

    • Debussy: La Mer
      • I. De l'aube à midi sur la mer
      • II. Jeux de vagues
      • III. Dialogue du vent et de la mer
    • Mahler: Symphony No. 4 in G major*
      • I. Bedächtig, nicht eilen
      • II. In gemächlicher Bewegung, ohne Hast
      • III. Ruhevoll, poco adagio
      • IV. Wir geniessen die Himmlischen Freuden. Sehr behaglich

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  • [HD Video]
    PMF2016Opening Concert

    Enjoy a portion of the Opening Concert, in the beautiful early-summer Sapporo Art Park: the first performance by the PMF 2016 Orchestra!

    Streaming period:

    September 9 (Fri), 2016 - December 8 (Thu), 2016

    Recording:

    July 16 (Sat), 2016 14:30 - 15:20
    Sapporo Art Park Outdoor Stage

    Artists:

    Keitaro Harada, conductor
    Members of the PMF Faculty

    • Rainer Seegers, percussion (Berliner Philharmoniker)
    • Mariko Anraku, harp (Metropolitan Opera Orchestra)

    PMF Orchestra

    Program:

    • 1. Debussy: "Jeux de vagues" from La Mer [01:12-]
    • 2. Wagner: "Der fliegende Holländer" Overture [09:39-]
    • 3. Verdi: "La forza del destino" Overture [22:48-]

  • [HD Video] Part II of the PMF GALA Concert
    PMF2015PMF Orchestra Concert
    <Program C>

    Broadcast period:

    August 17 (Mon) - Octover 31 (Sat), 2015
    June 16 (Thu) - July 31 (Sun), 2016

    Recording:

    August 1 (Sat), 2015 Sapporo Concert Hall

    Artists:

    PMF Orchestra Concert<Program C>

    Valery Gergiev, conductor
    Dmitry Masleev, piano*
    PMF AMERICA
    PMF Orchestra

    Program:

    • Rossini: Overture to "William Tell"[00:16-]
    • Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2 in c minor Op. 18*
      • Moderato [14:00-]
      • Adagio sostenuto [24:41-]
      • Allegro scherzando [35:55-]
    • < Encore >
      Tchaikovsky: 18 Pieces Op. 72 No. 18 "Scène dansante (invitation au trépak)" *[49:31-]
    • Shostakovich: Symphony No. 10 in e minor Op. 93
      • Moderato [54:38-]
      • Allegro [75:47-]
      • Allegretto [80:03-]
      • Andante - Allegro [92:05-]

    PMF Orchestra Concert<Program C>

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    <Program B>

    PMF Orchestra Concert <Program B>

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    Recording:

    July 25 (Sat), 2015 Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara

    Term:

    Monday, August 17 to Saturday, Octorber 31, 2015

    Artists:

    PMF Orchestra Concert <Program B>

    Andris Poga, conductor
    PMF AMERICA
    PMF Orchestra

    Program:

    • Track 1: PMF Orchestra Concert (First Half)
      • Weber: Overture to 'Oberon'[01:36-]
      • Mozart: Symphony No. 34 in C major K. 338
        • Allegro vivace [13:40-]
        • Andante di molto [20:50-]
        • Allegro molto [27:37-]
    • Track 2: PMF Orchestra Concert (Second Half) Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in e minor Op. 64
      • Andante - Allegro con anima [01:37-]
      • Andante cantabile, con alcuna licenza - Moderato con anima [17:07-]
      • Valse. Allegro moderato [31:29-]
      • Finale. Andante maestoso - Allegro vivace [37:20-]

    PMF Orchestra Concert <Program B>

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