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Five concerts: Jon celebrated in Germany

February 14, 2012

The Philharmonic Orchestra of Hagen, Germany is celebrating Jon’s music at several of their concerts this year.

Working from plans put in motion early last year, this Spring will see the orchestra perform five of Jon’s pieces; The Cathedral at Dawn, a segment of his Durham Concerto; Diguises, released on the Boom of the Tingling Strings album; From Darkness to Light in a brand new arrangement for full orchestra; To Notice Such Things and Sarabande.

Click the dates below to find more info.

Jon has previously done several other concerts with the orchestra, starting in February 2008.

February 28, 2012
Jon Lord: The Cathedral at Dawn
Peter Tschaikowski: Violinkonzert
Dmitri Schostakowitsch: Sinfonie Nr. 9

April 24, 2012
Jon Lord: Disguises
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Violinkonzert
Franz Schubert: Sinfonie Nr. 6

May 15, 2012
Jon Lord: From Darkness to Light (World premiere of version for large orchestra)
Jean Sibelius: Sinfonie Nr. 5

June 12, 2012
Johannes Brahms: Haydn-Variationen
Jon Lord: To Notice Such Things
Johannes Brahms: Violinkonzert

July 6, 2012
Jon Lord: Sarabande

All concerts take place at Hagen’s Stadthalle.

Jon’s previous appearances with the Hagen Philharmonics:
Review: Serious fun in Essen (2010)
Report: Preparing for Purple and the classics in Essen (2010)
Review: Wildly staged mix og genres (2009)
Review: His Lordship asked to ba-roque (2009)
Review: Jon Lord and Hagen celebrate 100 years (2008)
Photos: Jon Lord in Hagen (2008)

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3 comments

  1. Get well soon Mr.Jon wish you all the best 🙂


  2. when in italy?
    Bye super Jon


  3. Today I got a call with the sad news of the cancellation of the upcoming concert – Dear Mr. Lord, get well soon – can’t wait to see you back on stage in Germany! God Bless you, warm regards, Miriam



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