“A great sound and fantastic, ideal proportions for the music and a unique atmosphere.” It is in these terms that Rostropovich describes the Arsenal of Metz, in the aftermath of the inaugural concert of the hall, on the 26th of February 1989. The cellist playing the Variations on a rococo theme of his compatriot Tchaikovsky. A composer, which was echoed Wednesday night two other major figures of the directory Russian: Stravinsky and Rachmaninoff, including The firebird and Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini echoed under the baton of David Reiland, in order to celebrate 30 years of one of the most beautiful acoustic european.
A reputation that the former military facility, which was converted into an auditorium symphony by the architect Ricardo Bofill, due in large part to the engineering of a master acoustician : Lothar Cremer
A reputation that this former military facility, which was converted into an auditorium symphony of 1363 seats by the catalan architect Ricardo Bofill, due in large part to the engineering of a master acoustician: Lothar Cremer. Drawing on the models of the Musikverein of Vienna and Concertgebouw of Amsterdam, they took the time to …
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