Time schedule competition and program of the final concert

Time schedule

Montag, 19. Juli | Wettbewerbsrunde I/ 24 Teilnehmer (TN) - HMDK, Konzertsaal

10.00 Uhr – 11.15 Uhr TN 1, TN 2¸ TN 3
11.35 Uhr – 12.50 Uhr TN 4, TN 5¸ TN 6

15.00 Uhr – 16.15 Uhr TN 7, TN 8¸ TN 9
16.35 Uhr – 17.50 Uhr TN 10, TN 11¸ TN 12
18.15 Uhr – 19.55 Uhr TN 13, TN 14¸ TN 15, TN 16

Dienstag, 20. Juli | Wettbewerbsrunde I/ 24 TN - HMDK, Konzertsaal

10.00 Uhr – 11.15 Uhr TN 17, TN 18¸ TN 19
11.35 Uhr – 12.50 Uhr TN 20, TN 21¸ TN 22
13.10 Uhr – 14.00 Uhr TN 23, TN 24

15.00 Uhr Bekanntgabe Ergebnisse

Mittwoch, 21. Juli | Wettbewerbsrunde II/ 8 TN - HMDK, Konzertsaal

10.00 Uhr – 10.40 Uhr TN 1/ R2
10.45 Uhr – 11.25 Uhr TN 2/ R2
11.30 Uhr – 12.10 Uhr TN 3/ R2
12.15 Uhr – 12.55 Uhr TN 4/ R2

15.00 Uhr – 15.40 Uhr TN 5/ R2
15.45 Uhr – 16.25 Uhr TN 6/ R2
16.30 Uhr – 17.10 Uhr TN 7/ R2
17.15 Uhr – 17.55 Uhr TN 8/ R2

19.30 Uhr Bekanntgabe Ergebnisse HMDK, Konzertsaal

Samstag, 24. Juli | Wettbewerbsrunde III/ 4 TN - Beethovensaal, Liederhalle

13.00 Uhr Geyhee Kim (Sibelius) und Hana Chang (Tschaikowski) bis ca. 14.30 Uhr

15.30 Uhr Anna Agafia Egholm (Sibelius) und Eva Rabchevska (Tschaikowski) bis ca. 17.00

18.00 Uhr Verkündung/ Preisverleihungen

Sonntag, 25. Juli | Finale - Beethovensaal, Liederhalle

10.00 Uhr – 10.30 Uhr Anspielprobe

11.00 Uhr Rundfunkaufzeichnung/ SWR2

SWR2: 27. Juli 2021, 13.05 Uhr
Dlf Kultur: 29. Juli 2021, 20.03 Uhr

Final concert

Sonntag, 25. Juli 2021 | Liederhalle Stuttgart, Beethovensaal

Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826)
Ouvertüre zur Oper „Oberon"

Ohad Ben-Ari (*1974)
APOPLEXY for solo violin
commissioned by the Guadagnini Foundation

Johannes Brahms oder  
Jean Sibelius oder  
Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky

Konzert für Violine und Orchester

1. PreisträgerIn des 1. Internationalen Violinwettbewerbs Stuttgart

Stuttgarter Philharmoniker

Leitung: Nabil Shehata

Das Konzert wird als Radiokonzert (Aufzeichnung für SWR2 und Deutschlandfunk) ohne Publikum ausgetragen.

SWR2: 27. Juli 2021, 13.05 Uhr
Dlf Kultur: 29. Juli 2021, 20.03 Uhr

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Nabil Shehata | Conductor

Chief conductor of the Philharmonie Südwestfalen since 2019, Nabil Shehata began his conducting career in 2006 having received encouragement and instruction from Daniel Barenboim, Rolf Reuter, Lawrence Foster and Christian Thielemann. After gaining initial experience working with various youth and chamber orchestras, Nabil gave his critically acclaimed conducting debut in Cottbus in 2007 and a year later conducted the Simon Bolivar Orchestra.

Since then, he has conducted orchestras all over the world including the Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin, Düsseldorf Symphony, Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland Pfalz, Ljubljana Radio Symphony, Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire, Bilbao Symphony Orchestra, Padua Chamber Orchestra and the Simon Bolivar Orchestra as well as the Orquestra Sinfônica de Porto Alegre, the Evermay Chamber Orchestra in Washington, the Osaka Philharmonic, Kyoto Symphony, Kioi Sinfonietta, New Japan Philharmonic and Macau Philharmonic Orchestra.

Following a hugely successful production of Mozart’s Der Diener zweier Herren with the Munich Chamber Opera, Nabil was appointed by the orchestra as Music Director with immediate effect. Since then he has led the orchestra in a varied range of productions from La finta semplice, Cenerentola, Barber of Seville to Salieri’s Falstaff. The orchestra also runs a popular series of special concerts including performances of Mahler’s Song of Earth and specifically designed concert formats with actors focusing on the life and times of composers such as Mozart, Schubert, Rossini, Mahler and Schumann.

Recent highlights include Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte with the Munich Chamber opera, debuts with the Münchner Rundfunkorchester and the Philharmonisches Orchester Heidelberg, and returning to conduct the Philharmonie Südwestfalen, Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz as well as leading the Bremer Philharmoniker on tour. In 18/19 he began a residency at the Berlin Staatsoper working alongside Daniel Barenboim and 19/20 sees him begin his appointment as Chief Conductor of the Philharmonie Südwestfalen, and he also returns to conduct the Münchner Rundfunkorchester and makes his debuts with the Stuttgart Kammerorchester and the Dresdner Philharmoniker.

Born to parents of German and Egyptian descent, Nabil Shehata grew up in Germany and having received piano lessons from his mother at the age of six he took his first doublebass lessons three years later with Thomas Zscherpe, going on to study with Michinori Bunya and Esko Laine.

He is the laureate of several international competitions including the ARD competition in Munich, where he received not only the first prize but also the coveted audience award as well. From 2004 to 2008 he was the principal bass player of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, with which he performed as soloist under Daniel Barenboim. He has commissioned many double bass works from composers including a concerto by Moritz Eggert.

Supporting young artists is of particular importance to Nabil Shehata and he is strongly committed to the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, of which he has been a member for many years.

Stuttgart Philharmonic

The Stuttgart Philharmonic was founded in September 1924 and has been sponsored by the city of Stuttgart, capital of the state of Baden-Württemberg, since 1976. Besides the concert programme in their home town, the Stuttgart Philharmonic performs regularly in numerous cities in south-western Germany and gives guest performances both in Germany and internationally every year. Since 2015 Dan Ettinger, who is regarded as one of the most successful conductors internationally, has been the principal conductor of the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra as well as musical director of the state Baden Württemberg's capital Stuttgart.


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