with Martin Fischer-Dieskau




Tour Plan

23. 12. 2018 - 04. 01. 2019

Great Hall of the People∙Peking

Shanghai Oriental Art Center∙Shanghai

Grand Theatre∙Tsingtao

Xinghai Concert Hall∙Guangzhou

Hangzhou Theatre∙Hangzhou

Southwestern University of Finance and Economics∙Chengdu

Dalian Culture Club∙Dalian

Gengsu Theatre∙Nantong



GERMAN Radio orchestRA

Since 1975- A Shining Body of Sound

The German Radio Orchestra - a group of selected musicians from various distinguished European ensembles. GRO will celebrate its 10th China-Tour Anniversary with maestro Martin Fischer-Dieskau, staging a special program during this New Year’s time : Wagner, Verdi, Saint-Saëns and Sibelius.

in cooperation with Asian Arts Connection Co., Ltd

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Martin Fischer-Dieskau

Over the years, Martin Fischer-Dieskau has conducted nearly 100 orchestras, including the Berlin Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, Moscow State Orchestra, Orchestre national de France, the NHK Tokyo, the Tokyo Philharmonic, and the New Japan Philharmonic.

He has led all the major orchestras of Germany and Scandinavia, as well as many Italian and Spanish orchestras. A scion of the 19th-century classical music tradition, he adds to this his keen sense and innovative flair for unusual and varied programming.

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Joanna Sachryn

Joanna Sachryn captivates us with her "tremendous temperament, huge musicality and breathtaking instrumental technique" - Kölner Stadtanzeiger

She offers us "exciting expressiveness in rich colours" - Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

The Nordbayerischer Kurier finds her "the absolute apogee of mellifluous and feminine feeling for sound", even a "Singing Swan of the cello". Especially prized by the music press and audiences the world over is Joanna's bewitching power of expression, which she exemplifies in all musical styles.



Concertmaster & Art director

Walter Schreiber


Walter Schreiber studied with Tibor Varga, also with Semion Snitkowski and David Oistrakh.

After employments as concertmaster of the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra and the Württemberg ChamberOrchestra he was long-standing member of the WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne. From 1983 till 2001 he has played yearly in orchestra of the Bayreuther Festspiele. At 1983, Walter Schreiber found the Cologne Piano Trio.

Since 2003 he is artistic director of GRO.





Richard Wagner

Prelude to “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg” WWV 96

Camille Saint-Saëns

Cello Concerto No. 1 in A Minor Op. 33

Soloist: Joanna Sachryn

Giuseppe Verdi

Overture to “I vespri siciliani”

Works by Jean Sibelius and Johann Strauss