LNSOLithuanian National Symphony Orchestra (est.1940)
LNSOLebanese National Symphony Orchestra (Beirut, Lebanon)
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Positive values of MEI were associated with the occurrence of ENSO events, while negative values with the occurrence of LNSO events (Wolter & Timlin 1993, 1998).
Since the LNSO was reconstructed, most of its scheduled Beirut area performances -- aside from those held at Al-Bustan -- have been held at The Church of St.
Austrian Ambassador Eva Maria Ziegler invited the prolific conductor Lehr-baumer to lead the LNSO through a tributary concert.Aa
Vigorous, swooping violin chords are set against serene cooing from the woodwind section, the LNSO playing with admirable luster under Lehrbaumer's energetic direction.Aa
Citing fruitful musical collaborations between the Austrian embassy and the LNSO -- with a particular reference to the New Year's Eve concerts held annually in Beirut and conducted by Lehrbaumer -- Ziegler expressed her thanks to Walid Gholmieh, the orchestra's founder, chief and principal conductor.Aa
Conductor and soloist then continued their ritual transhumance, quick-stepping through the LNSO to exit the stage.
Olmi strode back to the podium to lead the LNSO through a portfolio of Italian masters beginning with the Beethoven-inflected Overture to Verdi's "La Forza del Destino." Someone in the audience considered the rendition bravura enough to emit another loud "Bravo!" Olmi replied by compelling his orchestra to rise.
The tremulous conclusion of a bit of plaintive Puccini - the prelude to the third act of "Manon Lescaut" - provoked another enthused "Bravo!" or two from the back of the house and set the LNSO galloping off through the balance of its second set.
In this chamber music programme from the LNSO musical ensemble the audience will hear Khalil's Arabian world music, Kronlaks's musical conversations and a fitting quartet by Schnittke with reverberations of renaissance (Orlande de Lassus sacral music), a ghost of Beethoven's classicism (The Great Fugue, op.
After a round of the Lebanese national anthem, Sollak launched the LNSO into a spirited rendition of the overture to George Bizet's "Carmen." He then paused to introduce soprano Monica Yunus, who provided the evening's grace notes, starting with an aria from Charles Gounod's "Romeo et Juliette."
For the balance of the evening Yunus and the LNSO took turns in the spotlight, with her arias interspersed among a selection of time-tested instrumental works - overtures from Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro," Wagner's "Die Meistersinger" and Offenbach's "Orphee aux Enfers," for instance.
The intelligent and brilliant concert master of the LNSO, the German violin-school representative Georg Sarkisjan, continues to concert together with the talented Japanese pianist Keigo Mukawa, performing Beethoven's Violin Sonatas 2, 4, 6 and 8.