Monaco - Orchestre Philharmonique Monte-Carlo - Auditorium Rainier III


Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra Concerts

The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra
From Friday 3 May to Sunday 23 June 2019 (CONCLUDED)

From the 3 May to 23 June 2019, six fabulous concerts will take place in the Auditorium Rainer III.

  • Venue: Auditorium Rainier III
  • Friday 3 May: From 19:30 Conducted by Kazuki Yamada with Arcadi Volodos on piano
  • Sunday 19 May: From 18:00 Conducted by Maxim Vengerov on violin with Gautier Capuçon on cello
  • Friday 31 May: From 19:30 Conducted by Leonard Slatkin with Seong-Jin Cho on piano
  • Friday 7 June: From 19:30 Conducted by Domingo Hindoyan with Vilde Frang on violin
  • Friday 14 June: From 19:30 Conducted by Yu Long with Maxim Vengerov on violin
  • Sunday 23 June: From 17:00 Conducted by Jean-Christophe Spinosi
  • Prices: From €17
  • Friday 3 May:


On the programme:

Robert Schumann, Manfred Overture, Op. 115, Symphony N° 3, “The Rhenish”, Op. 97.

Ludwig Van Beethoven, Piano Concerto N° 3, Op. 37 .


  • Sunday 19 May


On the programme:

George Enescu, Ballade For Violin & Orchestra.

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Andante Cantabile, Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op. 33, Symphony N°6, Op. 74 – “Pathétique”.

Raising money for AMADE.

Chaired by H.R.H. the Princess of Hanover .


  • Friday 31 May: 


On the programme:

Cindy McTee, Adagio for String Orchestra (debut performance in Monte-Carlo).

Johannes Brahms, Symphony N°4, Op. 98.

Sergei Prokofiev, Piano Concerto N°2 in G Minor, Op. 16 . 


  • Friday 7 June:


On the programme:

Arnold Schoenberg’s arrangement for large orchestra of J. S. Bach’s “St. Anne” Prelude & Fugue, BWV 552 (debut performance in Monte-Carlo).

Igor Stravinsky, Violin Concerto.

Gustav Mahler, Symphony N°5 .


  • Friday 14 June:


On the programme:

Qigang Chen, Symphonic Overture, “Instants d’un opéra de Pékin” (debut performance in Monte-Carlo).

Violin Concerto, “La joie de la souffrance”, premiered at the Beijing Music Festival in 2017 (debut performance in Monte-Carlo).

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Symphony N°5, Op. 64 .


  • Sunday 23 June:


On the programme:

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a, Swan Lake (Excerpts).

Johannes Brahms, Hungarian Dances N°s 1, 4, 5 and 6.

Johann Strauss, Éljen a Magyar and Czardas from Ritter Pázmán (debut performance in Monte-Carlo) .

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