Zubin Mehta Chefdirigent

Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

Program

【Notice Conducter Change and Orchestra Progurams Announcement】
Conductor Mariss Jansons was scheduled to come to Japan for concerts in November. However, due to health reasons, he must regretfully withdraw from all concerts of the November Asian tour of the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, including the concerts in Japan. In place of Maestro Jansons, Maestro Zubin Mehta will conduct the concerts on the Asian tour.

To the many people who have been looking forward to concerts conducted by Maestro Jansons, we would like to express our sincere regret. We will be grateful for your understanding.

As a result of these circumstances, the program of the concert on Thursday, November 22, will change as shown below. Normally, Japan Arts does not offer refunds in the case of changes in performing artists or programs. However, for the concert on November 22, we will provide a refund to those who request one, due to the exceptionally large change from the originally announced program.

Thursday, November 22 Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Concert Hall
Mahler: Symphony No. 7 in E minor

Mozart: Symphony No. 41 in C major K551 “Jupiter”
Mahler: Symphony No. 1


Monday, November 26 Suntory Hall
Liszt: Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major S. 124/R. 455 (Piano: Evgeny Kissin)

R. Strauss: Ein Heldenleben Op. 40

Tuesday, November 27 Suntory Hall
Liszt: Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major S. 124/R. 455 (Piano: Evgeny Kissin)

Stravinsky: Le sacre du printemps

Ticket Information

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[Ticket Price]
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Monday, November 26 / Suntory Hall
S: ¥42,000 / A: ¥34,000 / B: ¥25,000 / C: ¥17,000 / D: ¥10,000
Tuesday, November 27 / Suntory Hall
S: ¥42,000 / A: ¥34,000 / B: ¥25,000 / C: ¥17,000 / D: ¥10,000

How to Purchase Tickets

As a result of these circumstances, the program of the concert on Thursday, November 22, will change as shown below. Normally, Japan Arts does not offer refunds in the case of changes in performing artists or programs.
However, for the concert on November 22, we will provide a refund to those who request one, due to the exceptionally large change from the originally announced program.

We will refund on the tickets in the following ways.
Saturday, Oct 30 - Sunday, Nov. 15

《How to refund tickets (Telephone or Inquiry Form)
Telephone
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(Open 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. daily, except in the New Year holiday period)

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Monday, November 26 Suntory Hall
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Profiles

Zubin Mehta , Chefdirigent
Zubin Mehta was born in 1936 in Bombay and received his first musical education under his father’s Mehli Mehta’s guidance who was a noted concert violinist and the founder of the Bombay Symphony Orchestra. After a short period of pre-medical studies in Bombay, he left for Vienna in 1954 where he eventually entered the conducting programme under Hans Swarowsky at the Akademie für Musik. Zubin Mehta won the Liverpool International Conducting Competition in 1958 and was also a prize-winner of the summer academy at Tanglewood. By 1961 he had already conducted the Vienna, Berlin and Israel Philharmonic Orchestras and has recently celebrated 50 years of musical collaboration with all three ensembles.

Zubin Mehta was Music Director of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra from 1961 to 1967 and also assumed the Music Directorship of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra in 1962, a post he retained until 1978.
In 1969 he was appointed Music Adviser to the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and was made Music Director of that orchestra in 1977. In 1981 the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra awarded him the title of Music Director for life. Zubin Mehta has conducted over three thousand concerts with this extraordinary ensemble including tours spanning five continents. Zubin Mehta will end his tenure with the IPO 50 years after his debut in October 2019.
In 1978 he took over the post as Music Director of the New York Philharmonic commencing a tenure lasting 13 years, the longest in the orchestra's history. From 1985 to 2017 he has been chief conductor of the Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino in Florence.

Zubin Mehta made his debut as an opera conductor with Tosca in Montreal in 1963. Since then he has conducted at the Metropolitan Opera New York, the Vienna State Opera, the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, La Scala Milano, and the opera houses of Chicago and Florence as well as at the Salzburg Festival. Between 1998 and 2006 he was Music Director of the Bavarian State Opera in Munich. In October 2006 he opened the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia and was the President of the annual Festival del Mediterrani in Valencia until June 2014 where he conducted the celebrated Ring cycle with the Fura del Baus in coproduction with the Florence opera house. Other Ring cycles were completed at the Chicago Opera and the Bavarian State Opera.

Zubin Mehta's list of awards and honours is extensive and includes the
"Nikisch-Ring" bequeathed to him by Karl Böhm. He is an honorary citizen of both Florence and Tel Aviv and was made an honorary member of the Vienna State Opera in 1997, of the Bavarian State Opera in 2006 and of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde Wien in 2007. The title of “Honorary Conductor” was bestowed to him by the following orchestras: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (2001), Munich Philharmonic Orchestra (2004), Los Angeles Philharmonic (2006), Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino (2006), Staatskapelle Berlin (2014) and Bavarian State Orchestra (2006), with whom he performed in Srinagar, Kashmir in September 2013. In 2016 the Teatro di San Carlo in Naples appointed Zubin Mehta as Honorary Music Director.

In October 2008 Zubin Mehta was honoured by the Japanese Imperial Family with the “Praemium Imperiale”. In March 2011 Zubin Mehta received a special distinction, in getting a star on the Hollywood Boulevard. The Commander’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany was bestowed to him in July 2012. The Indian Government honoured him in September 2013 with the “Tagore Award for cultural harmony” which a year earlier was awarded to Ravi Shankar.

Zubin Mehta continues to support the discovery and furtherance of musical talents all over the world. Together with his brother Zarin he is a co-chairman of the Mehli Mehta Music Foundation in Bombay where more than 200 children are educated in Western Classical Music. The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel Aviv develops young talent in Israel and is closely related to the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, as is a new project of teaching young Arab Israelis in the cities of Shwaram and Nazareth with local teachers and members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
Evgeny Kissin, Piano
Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

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