SYMPHONIC CONCERT Staatsorchester Braunschweig

Thanks to Roland Böer’s unpretentious organisation, the Braunschweig State Orchestra and soloists performed the highly emotional tales (the double concerto for trumpet, timpani and orchestra) by Siegfried Matthus with expressive temperament.

Böer let the orchestra play with beautiful vividness and precision.

Andreas Berger , Braunschweiger Zeitung , 21 October 2013


It was actually the first time Roland Böer conducted the Braunschweig State Orchestra (and hopefully not for the last time in Hameln). Throughout his career, he gained extensive experience with major European orchestras and has developed a conducting style completely focused on the essential gestures . There is no place for show effects, but for temperament in all directions - which leads to high voltage on the podium and in the audience, which ultimately contributes to the success of a concert evening like this. The State Orchestra presented itself as an attentive partner and always found to the beauty of sound even in passages of high sonority. (...) The enthusiastic applause for the orchestra, soloists and Roland Böer was well deserved.

Karla Lange Hein, ELO , 24 October 2013

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