Clemens Schuldt © Marco Borggreve


Clemens Schuldt is joined by Noa Wildschut in Québec

Clemens Schuldt continues to impress in his role as Directeur Musical of the Orchestre symphonique de Québec at the Grand Théâtre de Québec at 2.30pm on Sunday 1st October. Joined by fantastic violinist Noa Wildschut, Clemens Schuldt conducts Mendelssohn’s last concerto, his violin concerto in E minor, considered one of the foremost violin concertos of the Romantic era. He will also lead the orchestra in Brahms’ cheery yet gloomy Symphony no. 2, as well as Josef Suk’s Scherzo fantastique, which the conductor describes as a “mixture of melancholy and happiness, two elements present in all the rooms of this programme."

Tickets are available here.