It has already been reported that Vineta Sareika has just joined one of the best symphony orchestras in Europe Berlin Philharmonic.
Vineta Sareika’s international career began on a large scale in 2009, when she won the Queen Elizabeth International Violin Competition. Since then, the musician, as a soloist, has been invited to collaborate with outstanding orchestras and conductors around the world and plays in famous concert halls from Carnegie Hall in New York to Isumi Hall in Osaka. In 2010, she also won the Latvian Grand Music Award For an excellent interpretation.
“Brahms Violin Concerto is one of my favorite compositions, which I did not dare to attend for a long time due to piety,” says Vineta Sareika. “This work is special because of its enormous inner strength, heartbreaking lyricism, but also because it is not written as a typical solo concert with an orchestral accompaniment, where the soloist can show his virtuosity. The violin part here is fully integrated into the symphonic soundtrack. a tandem, a constant dialogue, in harmony with the orchestra’s musicians, something very close to chamber music. “
Johannes Brahms wrote his only violin concerto, which is full of passions, peace, peace and playfulness, in close collaboration with a friend, one of the brightest violinists of the 19th century, Joseph Joakim, who called the piece “one of the four great German” alongside the masterpieces of Ludwig van Beethoven, Max Bruh and Felix Mendelssohn. In the premiere, which took place on January 1, 1879, the program was opened by Beethoven after the soloist Joseph Joakim and concluded with a Brahms violin concerto, thus highlighting the close connection and succession of the two works.
Andris Dzenitis’ Second Symphony will take place in the concert program on March 5 Warm wind world premiere.