Published on 30 September 2022
Singapore, 30 September 2022 — The Singapore Symphony Orchestra has announced updates for its concert, Soyoung Yoon and Mario Venzago, on 6 October.
Mario Venzago, who was slated to conduct the orchestra on 6 October, is indisposed due to health reasons and will be unable to direct the concert. Canadian conductor Julian Kuerti will be replacing Mario Venzago. South Korean violin soloist Soyoung Yoon will be performing Sibelius’s Violin Concerto instead of Venzago’s Violin Concerto as originally programmed. There will be no change to the second half of the concert.
In addition, the concert title Soyoung Yoon and Mario Venzago will be updated to Soyoung Yoon Plays Sibelius.
Details of Soyoung Yoon Plays Sibelius can be found in the appendix below.
ABOUT THE SINGAPORE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Founded in 1979, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) is Singapore’s flagship orchestra, touching lives through classical music and providing the heartbeat of the cultural scene. In addition to its subscription series concerts, the SSO is also known for its outdoor and community appearances. The orchestra also presents intimate chamber performances in the VCHpresents series, the annual Singapore International Piano Festival (SIPF) and the biennial National Piano and Violin Competition (NPVC) at the Victoria Concert Hall, Home of the SSO. The SSO is part of the Singapore Symphony Group, which also manages the Singapore Symphony Choruses, and the Singapore National Youth Orchestra. The mission of the Group is to create memorable shared experiences with music. Through the SSO and its affiliated performing groups, we spread the love for music, nurture talent and enrich our diverse communities.
The Singapore Symphony Orchestra was nominated and clinched third place in the prestigious Gramophone Orchestra of the Year Award 2021.
Much-praised at her 2018 debut with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, returning South Korean violinist Soyoung Yoon’s fiery energy makes her the perfect exponent of the popular Sibelius Violin Concerto. Canadian conductor Julian Kuerti leads the SSO in this exciting programme that takes you from Ravel’s adrenaline-shot depiction of the waltz to the sunlit rapture of his exhilarating masterpiece, Daphnis and Chloé, a vivid orchestral ode to the Greece of his dreams.
Date & time
Thursday, 6 October 2022, 7.30pm
Esplanade Concert Hall
Singapore Symphony Orchestra
Julian Kuerti, conductor
Soyoung Yoon, violin
SIBELIUS Violin Concerto in D minor, Op.47
RAVEL La valse
RAVEL Daphnis et Chloé - Suite No. 2
$88, $68, $48, $38, $28, $15
Tickets available on www.sso.org.sg.