London Philharmonic Orchestra (music)
The London Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the most renowned international orchestras, praised for its distinguished and extensive trajectory, as well as for its avant-garde spirit. In addition to performing classical music concerts, he records soundtracks for movies and videogames, has his own record label and reaches thousands of Londoners every year through his activities in local schools and communities.
It was founded by Sir Thomas Beecham in 1932 and, since then, it has been directed by many great masters, including Sir Adrian Boult, Bernard Haitink, Sir Georg Solti, Klaus Tennstedt and Kurt Masur. In 2017, Vladimir Jurowski celebrated ten years as head conductor of the orchestra. Andrés Orozco Estrada was appointed Principal Guest Director in September 2015.
He has performed at the Royal Festival Hall of the Southbank Center since its inauguration in 1951 and is a Resident Orchestra since 1992. He has also offered brilliant residences in Brighton and Eastbourne and, in the summer, performs at the Glyndebourne Festival, where he has been resident for more than fifty years. International tours are an important part of their activities. In 2017-2018 visit Japan, China, Romania, the Czech Republic, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Spain, Italy and France.
Collaborator in the film, radio and record industries, her performances are broadcast on television and radio. He collaborates with the film companies in Hollywood and the United Kingdom, recording soundtracks, which include the trilogy of The Lord of the Rings, winner of an Oscar. In 2005 he created his own record label.
Javier Perianes, piano
Ludwig van Beethoven
Integral of the concerts for piano and orchestra
• Concerto for piano and orchestra n. 2 in B flat Major Op. 19 • Concerto for piano and orchestra n. 3 in C minor Op. 37
• Concerto for piano and orchestra n. 4 in G Major Op. 58
• Concerto for piano and orchestra n. 1 in C Major Op. 15
• Concerto for piano and orchestra n. 5 in My flat major Op. 73 "Emperor"