Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, a federal German state, has given the Usedom Music Festival Orchestra 600,000.
Mecklenburg-Minister Vorpommern’s of Culture Bettina Martin made the announcement, saying, “The Baltic Sea Philharmonic Sends Out A Message Of International Understanding That Is More Important Than Ever In These Times.” The state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern will provide the orchestra with 600,000 Euros in 2022 and 2023.
Estonia was honored as the featured country at the 29th annual Usedom Music Festival, which was opened by the Baltic Sea Philharmonic under the baton of conductor Kristjan Järvi.
🥇time at 28 years old @UsedomMusikfest in lovely #kaisersaal #heringsdorf. Main focus on#lithuania 🇱🇹. Fine opening night with #schwesig #davidgeringas #chamberorchestraklaipeda and dense music by #prusevicius #dvorak #beethoven #malcys #senderovas. A lot to discover 🙌👌 pic.twitter.com/Huwjpr7cNf
— Manuel Brug 🇺🇦 (@ManuelBrug) September 19, 2021
The band played before a sold-out audience of 1,200 in the Peenemünde power facility, a former Nazi rocket research site.
In May of 2022, the New York Philharmonic played as special guests at Peenemuende, and their performances were lauded as “concerts for peace” by the international press.
The Baltic Sea Philharmonic, led by Music Director and Founding Conductor Kristjan Järvi, pushes the envelope of classical music performances.
In concerts that often take place in unusual settings and incorporate displays of sound, light, visual art, technology, and choreography, artists from ten Nordic countries bordering the Baltic Sea perform exhilarating works by heart.
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