LGT Young Soloists
Volume 1
Director: Bernhard Fleischer
Distributor: C Major Entertainment
Length: 86 min.
16:9 shot in HD-Cam
© 2016, a BFMI production for LGT
The LGT Young Soloists are a group of string soloists be­tween the ages of 12 and 23, who have gath­ered to form a unique chamber or­chestra. Each member has already embarked on a successful soloist ca­reer – be­tween them, the LGT Young Soloists have already won more than 80 prizes in national and international com­pe­titions.

Alexander Gilman’s idea of uniting high class young soloists in one en­semble came to life in 2013. The LGT Young Soloists project has two main goals: to pro­vide intensive train­ing for ta­l­ented young mu­sicians, and to give the members of the en­semble extensive playing practice as well as the chance to gain an im­pres­sion of as many as­pects of life as a pro­fes­sion­al mu­sician as pos­sible. They stage concerts all over the world give them the opportunity to gain expe­ri­ence in perform­ing with­in a high-quality en­semble.

The LGT Young Soloists were recorded live in concert on Au­gust 20, 2016 at arlberg1800 Con­temporary Art & Concert Hall and come togeth­er with individual soloist introductions on DVD.

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov / Efrem Zimbalist
Le Coq d’Or Fanta­sy (Gold­en Cocker­el) for solo vio­lin and string or­chestra, arr. Paul Struck
Soloist: Elena Kawazu

Sergey Rachmaninov
Vocalise, op. 34 No. 14 for vio­la und string or­chestra
Soloist: Gerald Karni

Gustav Holst
St. Paul’s Suite, op. 29 No. 2 for string or­chestra

Matthijs van Dijk
Vice for vio­lin and string or­chestra (2009)
Soloist: Leo Es­sel­son

Max Bruch
Kol Nidrei, op. 47 for cello and string or­chestra
Soloist. Danielle Akta

Gio­vianni Bottesi­ni
Gran Duo Concertante for solo vio­lin, dou­ble bass and string or­chestra
Soloists: David Nebel & Dušan Kostić

Pablo de Sarasate
Navarra, op.33 for two vio­lins and string or­chestra
Soloists: David Nebel & Elena Kawazu