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Yannick and Daniil Trifonov

2023 Europe Tour, November 2: Hamburg

Posted by:  The Philadelphia Orchestra on November 04, 2023


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Musicians and members of the Patron Tour were given a tour of the Steinway Factory. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Various piles of wood prior to their being formed into a piano. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: A row of frames waiting for the next step in the building process. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Violists Anna Marie Ahn Petersen and Meng Wang look around the showroom. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Matías Tarnopolsky, president and CEO of The Philadelphia Orchestra and Kimmel Center, Inc., gives remarks at a pre-concert reception hosted by the Department of Community and Economic Development’s Team Europe based in Hamburg. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Violinist Barbara Govatos warms up on stage. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Yannick loosens up backstage before the concert. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Members of the first violins during Rachmaninoff’s Vocalise: First Associate Concertmaster Juliette Kang, Daniel Han, Elina Kalendarova, and Hirono Oka. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Daniil Trifonov, Yannick, and the Philadelphians perform Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Everyone stands to accept the audience’s accolades. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Cellist Robert Cafaro and the rest of the musicians applaud Daniil after his encore: Art Tatum’s “I Cover the Waterfront.” Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: The first and second violin sections during the concert’s second half, which featured Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 1. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Yannick leads the Orchestra in the Symphony. Rachmaninoff consistently affirmed that The Philadelphia Orchestra represented his sonic ideal, what he heard in his ear when composing. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: The horn and percussion sections during the performance of the Symphony. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Yannick and the entire ensemble stand in the sold-out Elbphilharmonie. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Yannick walks back out during the rousing applause. He and the Orchestra performed Rachmaninoff’s Prelude in C-sharp minor, Op., 3, No. 2, as an encore. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Former Music Director Christoph Eschenbach came to the concert, here greeting Yannick backstage afterward saying, “My favorite conductor!” Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Matías Tarnopolsky, Juliette Kang, and Abigail Greenwald, deputy consul general of U.S. Consulate General in Hamburg, pose backstage after the concert. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: A post-concert “horn hang.” Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Violinist William Polk brings his luggage to the collection point in the hotel after the concert for the next day’s flight to Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport. Photo by Todd Rosenberg


Nov. 2, Hamburg: Aboard the night liner bus that transports staff and crew who need to get to the venues in advance of the Orchestra. Photo by Todd Rosenberg

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