Violinist Charlie Siem will open the season with Jacksonville Symphony and their new Music Director Courtney Lewis

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Violinist Charlie Siem will be opening the season with the new Music Director of the Jacksonville Symphony, Courtney Lewis. He will perform at the Jackson Symphony’s first annual opening concert “Fanfare! An Opening Night Celebration” on 16 September, playing Sibelius’ Violin Concerto at Jacoby Hall.  

For tickets and further information please visit https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/fanfare/.

Charlie Siem performs at New Generation Festival in Italy

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The first edition of the New Generation Festival 2017 will commence Thursday 31 August 2017, starring Charlie Siem as both a performer as the artistic director of the festival. The festival has some of the brightest young musical stars on the programme and will present a varied mix of opera, music and drama, set in the beautiful surroundings of Florence, Italy.

 Charlie Siem will perform Bruch’s Violin Concerto No 1 in G minor on Friday 1 September, joined by the New Generation Festival Orchestra and conducted by Maximilian Fane.

For tickets and further information on this special event, please visit the festival website https://www.newgenerationfestival.org/

Charlie Siem debuts with Israel Philharmonic and Maestro Zubin Mehta

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Violinist Charlie Siem will be touring in China together with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and Maestro Zubin Mehta. During this special collaboration, Charlie Siem will perform Bruch’s Violin Concerto alongside assorted works by Kreisler. They will perform this programme on 7 August at the Jiangsu Grand Theater, Nanjing, after which they will travel on to the Harbin Concert Hall, Harbin, for a concert on 10 August.

Charlie Siem returns to Basel for the Stars at Rhine Festival

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Charlie Siem returns to Basel for the Stars at Rhine Festival 2017. He will be playing on 30 June at the Museum Kleines Klingental alongside artists Catherine Sarasin, Anastasia Voltchok, and Miriam Terragni. His programme will feature Hungarian Dance No.17 by Brahms arr. Fritz Kreisler and Sonata No.6 in E major, Op.27 by Ysaÿe. For more details and tickets, please visit the festival’s website.