Andreas Spering conducts the Dresdner Philharmonie with works by Haydn and Sánchez-Verdú

2016-05-10

On June 3rd and 4th, at the Schlosskapelle of Dresden, Andreas Spering will conduct the Dresdner Philharmonie in a programme featuring Symphony no. 46 in B major and Symphony no. 47 in G major, by Joseph Haydn, and also the world premier of the work KEMET, for flute and chamber orchestra, by the Spanish composer José María Sánchez-Verdú. The work was commissioned by the Dresdner Philharmonie. The soloist in KEMET is the musician to whom the composer has dedicated the piece, the flute-player Jeremias Schwarzer.