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Mr. Frank Zimmermann Peter

German Violinist

The Cleveland Orchestra

HQ Phone: (216) 231-7300

Email: f***@***.com

The Cleveland Orchestra

11001 Euclid Avenue

Cleveland, Ohio 44106

United States

Company Description

The Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra is supported by generous grants from the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation, The Plain Dealer Publishing Company, and Surdna Foundation. All programs and artists subject to change. ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Music Director
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

Position In Violin
Berliner Philharmoniker

Artist
Bamberg Symphony Orchestra

Jukka-Pekka Saraste Conductor
London Philharmonic Orchestra Limited

Principal Guest Conductor
Boston Symphony Orchestra Inc

Violinist , Violin Concerto No.1
Bartok Radio

Position, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group

Affiliations

Board Member
New York Philharmonic

Founder
Brahms

Founder
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam

Education

Yo-Yo Ma

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Nielsen's "Inextinguishable" Symphony - Cleveland Orchestra

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Frank Peter Zimmermann is soloist in Szymanowski's Violin Concerto No. 1

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Danish conductor Thomas Dausgaard, chief conductor of the Danish National Symphony Orchestra / DR and of the Swedish Chamber Orchestra, will make his debut with The Cleveland Orchestra in a program featuring Carl Nielsen's Symphony No. 4 ("The Inextinguishable"), Opus 29, at Severance Hall on Thursday, February 17, at 8 p.m.; Friday, February 18, at 11 a.m.; and Saturday, February 19, at 8 p.m. Frank Peter Zimmermann will be soloist in Karol Szymanowski's Violin Concerto No. 1, Opus 35.
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German violinist Frank Peter Zimmermann has toured in Europe, the United States, Japan, Australia, and South America, appearing with the world's leading orchestras and in recital. He has performed regularly with The Cleveland Orchestra, at Severance Hall and Blossom Music Center, and also on tour in Europe, since making his debut with the ensemble in January 1987.
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A BBC Music review of Mr. Zimmermann's Sony recording of Szymanowski's Violin Concertos Nos.
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Frank Peter Zimmermann is just that, as anyone who heard him at the 2006 Proms in the First Concerto with [Simon] Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic will know."
Click here for a video of Mr. Zimmermann performing the Sibelius Violin Concerto.
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Intermusica / Brett Dean

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The work was co-commissioned by the Cologne Philharmonie and Stockholm Philharmonic, and premiered by Frank Peter Zimmermann and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra conducted by Dean in 2007.

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Zimmermann attacks his part with relish, and the poise to breathe life into the lyrical passages. The Lost Art of Letter-Writing is all meaty honesty and no pretension, art without artifice." Financial Times, March 2007
"The applause for this premiere was as fervent as any special event in Donaueschingen. Judging by Frank Peter Zimmermann's disciplined, yet powerfully convincing performance, Dean has written a work tailor-made for the violin.
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"The last minute cancellation of Martyn Brabbins....gave Brett Dean the honour of conducting the premiere of his own piece, inspired by the wonderful violinist, Frank Peter Zimmermann, at his side. The appeal of this work lies substantially in its process of transformation. Its tendency towards celestial sounds (harmonics and glissandi in the solo part, an almost mystical pianissimo of gongs and celli in the second movement's opening) accentuates this aspect, as well as a turning towards melodic ideas. In this age of rapid fire SMS contact, the title of the concerto seems to express a sense of regret about the loss of an aspect of our culture. The letter represented in the finale, however, conjures more rebellious than poetic energies: an Australian outlaw accuses the powerful. So, after three relatively contemplative movements, comes a decidedly moto-perpetuo type finale in which Frank Peter Zimmermann demonstrates what he has to offer in terms of virtuosity, rhythmic energy and crystal clear sound production."
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Frank Peter Zimmermann allowed space for the atmospheric oscillations to grow...In the rapid fire final movement, an absurdly fast presto, the phenomenal technique of the soloist was on full display."


Intermusica / Brett Dean

intermusica.co.uk, $reference.date [cached]

The work was co-commissioned by the Cologne Philharmonie and Stockholm Philharmonic, and premiered by Frank Peter Zimmermann and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra conducted by Dean in 2007.

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Zimmermann attacks his part with relish, and the poise to breathe life into the lyrical passages. The Lost Art of Letter-Writing is all meaty honesty and no pretension, art without artifice." Financial Times, March 2007
"The applause for this premiere was as fervent as any special event in Donaueschingen. Judging by Frank Peter Zimmermann's disciplined, yet powerfully convincing performance, Dean has written a work tailor-made for the violin.
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"The last minute cancellation of Martyn Brabbins....gave Brett Dean the honour of conducting the premiere of his own piece, inspired by the wonderful violinist, Frank Peter Zimmermann, at his side. The appeal of this work lies substantially in its process of transformation. Its tendency towards celestial sounds (harmonics and glissandi in the solo part, an almost mystical pianissimo of gongs and celli in the second movement's opening) accentuates this aspect, as well as a turning towards melodic ideas. In this age of rapid fire SMS contact, the title of the concerto seems to express a sense of regret about the loss of an aspect of our culture. The letter represented in the finale, however, conjures more rebellious than poetic energies: an Australian outlaw accuses the powerful. So, after three relatively contemplative movements, comes a decidedly moto-perpetuo type finale in which Frank Peter Zimmermann demonstrates what he has to offer in terms of virtuosity, rhythmic energy and crystal clear sound production."
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Frank Peter Zimmermann allowed space for the atmospheric oscillations to grow...In the rapid fire final movement, an absurdly fast presto, the phenomenal technique of the soloist was on full display."

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