Charlie Siem returns to Basel for the Stars at Rhine Festival 2017. He will be playing on 30 June at the Museum Kleines Klingental alongside artists Catherine Sarasin, Anastasia Voltchok, and Miriam Terragni. His programme will feature Hungarian Dance No.17 by Brahms arr. Fritz Kreisler and Sonata No.6 in E major, Op.27 by Ysaÿe. For more details and tickets, please visit the festival’s website.
This March/April sees Charlie Siem make his recital debut in Australia, with eight recitals throughout the New South Wales region and a programme that includes sonatas by Grieg, Beethoven and Ysaÿe. Beginning at the Castlemaine State Festival on 24 March, the tour will take him through Albury, Canberra, Orange, Cessnock and Newcastle, before ending with two performances in Sydney: the first at The Concourse in Chatswood (9 April) and the last at the infamous Sydney Opera House (10 April).
Charlie Siem will be travelling through China at the beginning of March to perform a series of recitals with pianist Caroline Jaya-Ratnam. They will start on 10 March at the Xuzhou Concert Hall, continuing to Suzhou Concert Hall on 14 March and Shanghai Concert Hall on 16 March, to finish at the Nanjing University of the Arts Concert Hall, a place well known to Charlie Siem as he is a Visiting Professor at the University. Tour arranged by Amethyst Performing Arts Management.
On 5 March 2017 Charlie Siem makes his debut at the Herkulessaal, Münchner Residenz, performing the Brahms Concerto with the Württemburg Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Roberto Paternostro. For tickets and further information, visit here.
Returning to his father’s homeland, Charlie Siem begins 2017 by performing two concerts in Norway at the end of January. Joined once again by his sonata partner, the internationally acclaimed Itamar Golan, Charlie will perform works by Vitali, Beethoven, Grieg, Ysaye, and Ole Bull at both concerts. The first takes place at Bærum Kulturhus on 28 January and the second at the Ålesund Parken Kulturhus on 29 January. Visit the links for full details and tickets.
ICA is pleased to welcome British-Norwegian violinist Charlie Siem to its artist roster for General Management (except Greater China). One of today’s most popular young violinists, Siem works with many of the world’s finest orchestras (such as the London Symphony Orchestra and Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra), and conductors (including Charles Dutoit, Edward Gardner, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Sir Roger Norrington, Libor Pešek and Yuri Simonov, amongst others), and his regular sonata partner is the renowned pianist Itamar Golan. He holds an international recording contract with SONY Classical.
Passionate about bringing classical music to new audiences around the world, Charlie Siem has also had numerous violin-inspired collaborations with fashion brands including Armani, Chanel, Dunhill, Hugo Boss, and Dior.
On 27 December Charlie Siem performs in recital with his sonata partner, the internationally acclaimed Itamar Golan, at Schloss Elmau, Germany. The evening concert will feature works by Beethoven, Bloch and Kreisler, and marks the end of a busy 2016 for Charlie Siem. For full details and ticket bookings, please visit the Schloss Elmau website.
Charlie Siem performs at the Teatro dal Verme with the Orchestra dell’Opera Italiana conducted by Matteo Pagliari on 16 December. Charlie will perform a virtuosic programme of Sarasate’s Zigeunerweisen, and the Kreisler orchestration of Rimsky-Korsakov’s Hindu Song from the opera Sadko.
Charlie Siem will be returning to China to perform the Bruch Violin Concerto with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Dutoit.
This concert will take place on 7 November at the Nanjing University of the Arts, where he is also a visiting professor.
As well as the concert, he will be giving a masterclass to the students of the university and will continue to fulfil his role of being ambassador of Nanjing Week 2016. Organised by Amethyst Performing Arts Management.
Charlie Siem is joined by pianist Alison Rhind on 27 October, for a recital performance at London’s JW3. The dynamic programme includes Vitali’s Chaconne, Beethoven’s Violin Sonata No. 9 Kreutzer and Grieg’s Sonata No. 3. For full details and tickets, please visit the JW3 website.