Portrait concert: Oscar Jockel conducts the Karajan Academy

Oskar Jockel (photo: Lucas Jockel)

Oscar Jockel is absorbed in the music – both as a conductor and as a composer: “When I make music, I have the feeling that I no longer exist,” says the conducting scholarship holder of the Karajan Academy and musical assistant to Kirill Petrenko. In this portrait concert, the Regensburg-born composer can show the full range of his skills – with performances of Baroque music, Alban Berg’s touching violin concerto (soloist: Veronika Eberle), Beethoven’s stirring Seventh Symphony and the world premiere of his new composition paths in the sky.

Karajan-Akademie der Berliner Philharmoniker

Oscar Jockel conductor

Veronika Eberle violin

Giovanni Gabrieli

Symphoniae sacrae II: Exaudi me Domine

Oscar Jockel

paths in the sky for 5 orchestra groups (Premiere)

Alban Berg

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra “To the Memory of an Angel” (arr. Faradzh Karaev)

Veronika Eberle violin

Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphony No. 7 in A major, op. 92

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Veronika Eberle (photo: Felix Bröde)