Andreas Brantelid & Marianna Shirinyan

Andreas Brantelid and Marianna Shiriyan are both well-known names for a classic audience, but it is not often that they can be experienced together. They will perform works by Debussy, Rachmaninov and de Falla.

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

At 17:00

The Glass Hall Theatre

18 August at 17.00 in the Glass Hall. Andreas Brantelid was born in Copenhagen in 1987 as the son of Danish / Swedish parents, and he received his first cello lessons from his father, who is a cellist in the Royal Danish Orchestra. At the age of 14, he made his debut as a soloist in Elgar's cello concerto with the Royal Danish Orchestra. Today he is an international soloist and has performed both as soloist and chamber musician with the world's leading orchestras and musicians. His concert list also includes solo recitals, and he performs at several of the most significant chamber music festivals around Europe.

Armenian-born pianist Marianna Shirinyan is one of the most creative, sought-after soloists and chamber musicians in Europe. Her lively and virtuoso playing style makes her popular both as a soloist and chamber musician. Shirinyan plays with great sensitivity, understanding and technical skill and has a wide repertoire. She is a frequent guest at a numerous, international festivals, including Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, Schwetzinger Festspiele, MDR Summer Music Festival, Bergen Festival, as well as Stavanger, Risør, Oxford International Chamber Music Festivals and others.

Featuring: Andreas Brantelid, cello, Marianna Shirinyan, piano.