Winter 2023: Music as a contemporary witness

The National Youth Orchestra of Germany starts the concert year 2023 together with an old well-known and today celebrated worldwide violinist: Christian Tetzlaff, himself a member and concertmaster of the National Youth Orchestra of Germany from 1979 to 1983, will play the solo part in Josef Suk's Fantasy in G minor op. 24 for violin and orchestra. Antonín Dvořák's concert overture "Carnival" and Luigi Dallapiccola's Variazioni per orchestra will also be performed alternately. Dmitri Shostakovich's 11th Symphony will conclude the programme. Francesco Angelico, General Music Director of the Hessisches Staatstheater Kassel, will conduct the orchestra for the first time.




Antonín Dvořák: „Karneval“ Concert Overture

Luigi Dallapiccola: Variazioni per orchestra

Josef Suk: Fantasy in G minor op. 24 for violin and orchestra

Dimitri Schostakowitsch: Symphony No. 11 op. 103 „Das Jahr 1905“


Christian Tetzlaff (Violin)

National Youth Orchestra of Germany

Francesco Angelico (Conductor)


12 January, 7:30 pm: Weikersheim – TauberPhilharmonie

13 January, 8:00 pm: Villingen-Schwenningen – Franziskaner Konzerthaus

14 January, 7:00 pm: Wiesloch – Palatin

15 January, 5:00 pm: Ludwigsburg – Forum am Schlosspark

18. January, 7:00 pm: Ljubljana (SLO) – Slovenska filharmonija

20 January, 7:30 pm: Fürth – Stadttheater

22 January, 8:00 pm: Hamburg – Elbphilharmonie

Berlin Philharmoniker Bundesministerium Wdr3 Daimler DOV GVL Freude.