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Auvergne National Orchestra embarks to Seoul for the first time

Auvergne National Orchestra embarks to Seoul for the first time.

Auvergne National Orchestra will host its first autumn concert on 12th November at Seoul Arts Center.

The concert, to be conducted by Thomas Zehetmair as a chief conductor, will offer a program of sensitive and adventurous repertoires from baroque to modern music. Opening with Mozart’s “Trio kv66a in G major 6”, arranged for string orchestra by Thomas Zehetmair, the performances will feature Bach’s Violin Concerto No.1, No.2 and Aroura by Xenakis as well. 

Thomas Zehetmair, who has an extensive and varied discography as a violinist, has joined his artistic team with violinist and baroque conductor Enrico Onofri as well as pianist and conductor Christian Zacharias. The Orchestre National d'Auvergne has distinguished itself by the search for a sound, a force, an absolute perfection which has always characterized it among the French orchestral phalanxes.  

In 1981, this permanent chamber orchestra was born in the heart of the Massif Central, with from the outset a clear desire for regional and international influence. Since its creation, it has carried out actions to disseminate music and raise awareness among the public as a citizen orchestra of which it obtained the label "National Orchestra in the region" in 2019 in recognition. 

It nourishes an artistic project anchored on its territory and open to the world, encouraging the realization of numerous tours and a renewed discography. In January 2019, the Orchestre National d'Auvergne was the first French orchestra to create its own 100% digital label, freely accessible via streaming, OnA Live. 

On 11th November, the orchestra will also perform at FKCCI’s Gala 2022 where guests will have the pleasure to discover their rendition of Johannes Brahms’s String Quintet No.2 and Maurice Ravel’s Pavane. 


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