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concert BIG Nightmare Music: Igudesman & Joo play Mozart, Rachmaninov, Bach, Vivaldi, Strauss, Beethoven, Igudesman & Joo With the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra

With the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra

BIG Nightmare Music: Igudesman & Joo play Mozart, Rachmaninov, Bach, Vivaldi, Strauss, Beethoven, Igudesman & Joo With the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra

About

BIG Nightmare Music, the new show featuring the brilliant classical music duo Igudesman and Joo's wildly popular act, now on a symphonic scale! Violinist Igudes­man and pianist Joo have taken the world by storm with unique and hilar­i­ous shows mixing com­edy, clas­si­cal music, and pop­u­lar cul­ture. BIG Nightmare Music includes perennial favorites like Mozart Bond, Alla Molto Turca, and Cleaning vs. Riverdancing, along with music by Mozart, Rach­mani­nov, Bach, Vivaldi, Strauss, Beethoven, Igudes­man, and Joo!

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Cast

  • Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Andrew Litton | Conductor

Program

  • Aleksey Igudesman, Intro: Big Nightmare Music
  • Aleksey Igudesman, From Mozart with Love
  • Aleksey Igudesman / Hyung-ki Joo, Alla Molto Turca
  • Aleksey Igudesman, Rachmaninov by Himself
  • Aleksey Igudesman, Tango Russo
  • Johann Strauss II / Aleksey Igudesman / Hyung-ki Joo, A Very Blue Danube
  • Aleksey Igudesman, Uruguay
  • Aleksey Igudesman, Ring in the Classics
  • Aleksey Igudesman, Gonna Fly Now (incl. Baroque Wrestling)
  • Aleksey Igudesman, Chandeliers
  • Aleksey Igudesman, Practice Time
  • Aleksey Igudesman, Rachmaninov had big hands
  • Aleksey Igudesman, I Will Survive

Details

  • Directed by:
    • Marius Revold
  • Venue: Grieghallen (Bergen, Norway)
  • Production date: 2017
  • Production: © NRK
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