Concerto in D major for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 35 (1878)
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Wilhelm Gericke was born in Schwanberg, Austria about 30 km south of Graz on May 18, 1845. His family was not musical, yet he showed an early musical aptitude. Wilhelm Gericke entered the Vienna Conservatory at age 16 and studied conducting with Felix Otto Dessoff (1835-1892 and friend of Brahms) and piano under Julius Epstein (1832-1926) during 1862-1865. Epstein, who outlived his pupil Gericke, was instrumental in recommending to Henry Lee Higginson two Boston Symphony conductors: Gericke and Nikisch. Wilhelm Gericke’s early experience was gained by conducting opera at regional opera houses, a typical development path for conductors in Europe at that time. Following graduation in 1865, Gericke joined the Linz Opera, where he was Kapellmeister until Spring, 1874. The conducting talent early demonstrated by Gericke lead to his appointment in 1874 as assistant conductor under Wilhelm Jahn (1835-1900), Music Director of the Vienna Hofoper, as the Vienna State Opera (Wiener Staatsoper) was known at that time. In 1880, Wilhelm Gericke was selected as conductor of the Vienna Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde (the Friends of Music or ‘Musikverein’) 44. In October, 1884, Henry Lee Higginson heard Gericke conduct Aida at the Vienna Opera, and asked his friend Julius Epstein, also of course Gericke’s teacher, if Gericke would come to Boston. Epstein was doubtful, but Gericke immediately agreed 45. It seems that Gericke had been in a dispute with the Music Director Jahn 46, which may well have influenced Gericke’s decision. After gaining Gericke's agreement in October 1884, Higginson quickly arranged for Gericke to come to Boston to assume the director position starting the season in November, 1884.
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Winner of the 2014 Solti Conducting Award, Cristian Măcelaru has established himself as one of the fast-rising stars of the conducting world. With every concert he displays an exciting and highly regarded presence, thoughtful interpretations and energetic conviction on the podium. Mr. Măcelaru came to public attention in February 2012 when he conducted the Chicago Symphony as a replacement for Pierre Boulez in performances met with critical acclaim. Since his Chicago debut, he has conducted that orchestra on subscription in three consecutive seasons. The Chicago Sun-Times exclaimed: “Măcelaru is the real thing, displaying confidence without arrogance and offering expressiveness without excess demonstration.”
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