Fêtes musicales de Savoie : Orchestre Symphonique "Etesiane"

Discover the “Etesiane” Symphony Orchestra at the Fêtes Musicales de Savoie. Under the baton of the talented Gabriel Hollander, let yourself be carried away by works by Schubert, Mozart and Dvorak. Book now for an unforgettable evening.

Fêtes musicales de Savoie : Orchestre Symphonique "Etesiane" Saint-Martin-de-Belleville


    On Tuesday 30 July 2024 from 21:00:00 in 21:00:00
    Saint-Martin-de-Belleville (73440)

    Presentation :
    The Etesiane Orchestra takes its name from “L’Etesien”, the powerful and warm wind that blows over the eastern Mediterranean.
    Etesiane represents the warmth that we feel when all the musicians feel united by their musical project and by the enthusiasm of their conductor.
    The orchestra has given numerous concerts in Belgium, always under the direction of its titular conductor, Gabriel Hollander.

    Gabriel Hollander has classical training in conducting, vocal coaching and piano.
    Among his musical mentors are Daniel Blumenthal, Boyan Vodenitcharov, Robin Engelen (Royal Conservatory of Brussels), Markus Tomas (Leipziger Hochschule Für Musik und Theater) and Kenneth Kiesler (Michigan University).

    He has been musical director and principal conductor of the Uccle Philharmonic Orchestra since 2017, and principal conductor of the La Noucelle Choir. In addition, he has been a repeated guest of the Bruocsella Symphony Orchestra since 2019.

    In the logic of an “entrepreneur” and “conductor”, he created his Etesiane orchestra which he intends to lead to the highest summits.

    In the program :
    Franz SCHUBERT
    Unfinished Symphony, 1st movement
    Wolfgang-Amadeus MOZART
    Flute Concerto
    Anton DVORAK
    Symphonic variations
    Mosaic 2

    Tuesday July 30, 2024 at 9 p.m., St Martin de Belleville Church


    Adult: 12 €, Child: 8 €.


    Languages spoken : French


    Tuesday 30 July 2024 at 9 pm.


    Place de la mairie 73440 Saint-Martin-de-Belleville
    Information update on 15/05/2024 by Office de Tourisme des Menuires