concertmaster & solo violin / Volkhard Steude
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This concert series takes place in Kitara on Saturdays, starting at 2pm. (Pretalk from 1:45pm, door opens at 1:20pm) 【2023-2024Masterpiece Concerts – a set of four tickets will be on sale from Friday, February 10 (for Sakkyo members – from Wednesday, February 1) ※Ticket price of a set of four tickets：SS 16,000 yen, S 12,800 yen, A 9,600 yen, and U25 (A) 4,000 yen ※Ticket Offices：Doshin Playguide, Citizen Community Plaza Ticket Center, and Kitara Ticket Center
Volkhard Steude, born in 1971, began studying the violin at the age of 5 at the Konservatorium Cottbus in Brandenburg, in the German Democratic Republic. In 1987 he placed second at the East German Youth Competition, and from 1988 he began his training at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin followed by Joachim Scholz and Werner Scholz. During that time, he won numerous international competitions. In 1993 he became first violin of the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra, and after graduating in Berlin in March 1994, he continued his studies in Vienna under Alfred Staar. In November 1994 Volkhard Steude became first violin of the Vienna State Opera Orchestra, and in 2000 he was appointed first violin of the Vienna Philharmonic. As a soloist, he has performed with the Vienna Philharmonic conducted by Giuseppe Sinopoli and Daniel Barenboim.His numerous performances in Europe and Japan include Beethoven’s Violin Concerto and Triple Concerto, Mendelssohn’s Concerto and Double Concerto, Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante and Concertos in D and A, and Sibelius and Tchaikovsky’s Concertos, many of which have been recorded live for a radio broadcast or CD. A passionate chamber musician, Steude has been first violinist of the Wiener Virtuosen since 2002, a chamber music ensemble composed of members of the Vienna Philharmonic. The same year he founded the Steude Quartet. Volkhard Steude plays a 1718 Stradivarius (previously owned by Viotti and Rose), which was granted to him by the Oesterreichische National bank. In 2016, the Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra in Japan awarded him the honorary title of Music Partner of the HSO.
|Ticket Sale||From Friday, March 31, 2023 Member Precedent Release ： Tuesday, March 28, 2023|
U25 (A)1,200 yen ※for anyone born on 1998 or later for the fiscal 2023. Need to show your birth certificate.
※Preschoolers cannot attend the concert.
※Sakkyo Members can purchase SS or S with 500 yen discount.
※You can reserve your seat at Lawson Tickets only a day after the first day of the ticket sales, from midnight, 0:00am. ※Babysit service is available upon reservation before the day of the concert (paid service). Inquiry=Sapporo Sitter Service 011-281-0511 ●The content of the concert may change due to unavoidable reasons.
|Organizer||Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, Hokkaido Shimbun|
|Inquiry||Sapporo Symphony Orchestra +81(0)11-520-1771|