Los Angeles Philharmonic Ticciati Tickets

LA Philharmonic Ticciati is one of the best classical music shows of the season. It features the prodigal young music director Robin Ticciati along with world class pianist Lars Vogt. Vogt and Ticciati have worked together in the past on a couple of occasions. Their most recent performance was at a concert in the Walt Disney Concert Hall in the March of 2010. LA Philharmonic Ticciati has three wonderful evenings with a lineup of live pre-concert and post-concert events. It will be hosted by Lucinda Carver who is a conductor, pianist and harpsichordist at the LA Philharmonic. The three main concerts will be presenting Vogt’s expertise and skill on the piano. Ticciati will take the Philharmonic along Vogt and will play Liadov’s The Enchanted Lake, Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 and Sibelius’ Symphony No. 2. All these performances prove Vogt’s command on technically challenging and highly exciting compositions.

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They also happen to be Ticciati and the composer’s favorites and have gotten a special treatment from both. The whole event is very interactive and making headlines due to its Talkback discussion sessions. These on stage discussions with musicians are a part of the post-concert activities and allow audiences a chance to meet and share their experiences with the members of the orchestra. LA Philharmonic Ticciati tickets offer all orchestra lovers to be a part of a mesmeric show of classic chamber music. Robin Ticciati is Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s principal conductor. This British conductor is a formally trained violinist, percussionist and pianist. Ticcati’s work speaks of talent, skill, ingenuity and a balance of all factors that can make music simply magical! His orchestral engagements feature details and works of legendary classic music composers, arrangers and conductors.
Ticcati is one of the youngest conductors in the world. He has been associated with the National Youth Orchestra for more than a decade. He began training in his adolescent years under names like Sir Simon Rattle and Sir Colin Davis. This young conductor has trained exceptionally well and has come a long way. He made a conducting debut in Brussels in 2004 four years after completing his training. He developed his skills and moved fast in his career becoming La Scala, Milan’s youngest conductor in 2005. In 2006 the Salzburg Festival saw him conduct Mozart’s Il Sogno di Scipione in a historical show of the festival. Ticciati is the youngest conductor in the festivals history; this performance became a worldwide hit after it was released by Deutsche Grammophon. Soon after Robin went to the Gävle Symphony Orchestra and serves as the Chief Conductor from 2005 to 2009. In 2007 he joined the Glyndebourne on Tour and for two years and worked as its Music Director.
Throughout his career Robin has been associated with many symphonies and world class orchestras. Prestigious names like the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, the Rotterdam Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Symphonie orchestra des Bayerischen Rundfunks Munich, the Filarmonica della Scala, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra are already on his portfolio. Many established and emerging names keep on adding to his guest conductor card. Currently Robin Ticciati works in this position for the Bamberger Symphoniker. His recent entry on the Metropolitan Opera had earned him more fame and respect in the Opera circle. He will be working as the music director for the 2014 Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Many other operas have been honored by his guest appearances. The Metropolitan Opera, Salzburg Festival, Royal Opera House, Opernhaus Zürich and Teatro alla Scala have all seen some of the maestro’s best in opera.
LA Philharmonic Ticciati offers all chamber and classic music fans a golden opportunity. Here they can enjoy Ticciati’s conduct and appreciate Lars Vogt’s understanding of some brilliant piano symphonies. Vogt is a gifted pianist whose first claim to fame was a second prize at the Leeds International Piano Competition in 1999. He was appointed the “Pianist in Residence” by the Berlin Philharmonic after he got the same prize in the 2003-04 season. He was the first instrumentals ever to win this title. This achievement was the beginning of his very special terms and relationship with the Berlin Philharmonic. Sir Simon Rattle tags Vogt as “the most extraordinary” of this time and age with an exceptional outreach. Cheap LA Philharmonic Ticciati tickets are your passes to an excellent showcase of awe-inspiring compositions with a wonderful duo of music maestros. Join them by finding and book your deals. These tickets are very high in demand, so it is advised that you book early. Grab them soon.