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Orchestre de la Suisse Romande


  • The Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, founded in 1918 by Ernest Ansermet, is one of Europe’s most historic ensembles with one of the largest discographies of any symphony orchestra. Based in Geneva, Switzerland, the OSR has been known from the very beginning for championing the works of contemporary composers and has premiered many of the twentieth century masterworks by composers including Debussy, Britten and Stravinsky as well as Swiss composers such as Honneger and Martin. The orchestra’s home is the Victoria Hall in Geneva where all its concerts are broadcast on Swiss Radio.

  • 罗曼德管弦乐团由厄内斯特·安塞尔莫在1918年建立,是欧洲最古老、录制座屏最多的管弦乐团之一。位于瑞士日内瓦的OSR,一向以演奏当代作家的作品而著称。并且首演了多位20世纪著名作曲家的杰作,其中包括德彪西、布里顿和斯特拉文斯基以及一些瑞士著名的作曲家Honneger和马丁。OSR的驻场音乐厅是瑞士的维多利亚音乐厅,他们的所有演出都通过瑞士国家广播播出。

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Past tour
Vänskä tour with debut in Mumbai
Asia, April-May 2016
The Orchestre de la Suisse Romande tour to Asia in Spring 2016 under Osmo Vänskä bringing two contrasting programmes and showcasing violinist Renaud Capuçon.

Programme 1
Ravel Pavane pour une infant defunte
Beethoven Violin Concerto (soloist Renaud Capuçon)
Brahms Symphony No.2

Programme 2
Debussy Prelude a l’apres midi d’un faune
Saint-Saens Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso (soloist Renaud Capuçon)
Ravel Tzigane (soloist Renaud Capuçon)
Prokofiev Romeo & Juliette (selection by Osmo Vänskä)


28 April 2016
National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) Beijing, China

29 April 2016
Jinan Grand Theatre, China  

30 April 2016
Shanghai Grand Theatre, China

4 and 5 May 2016
National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) Mumbai, India  


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Past tour
UK tour
Europe, May 2013
In its first British performances under Järvi, the orchestra were joined by pianist Boris Berezovsky for concerts in London, Birmingham and Manchester.

The tour culminated at the Royal Festival Hall where the orchestra and Järvi performed Tchaikovsky Symphony No.6 'Pathétique', Grieg Piano Concerto and Silhouette (Hommage à Gustave Eiffel) by Arvo Pärt.


21 May 2013
Symphony Hall, Birmingham

22 May 2013
Bridgewater Hall, Manchester 

24 May 2013
Royal Festival Hall, London 

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