oktober, 2013

09okt20:00Andreas Brantelid & Peter Friis Johansson20:00


The young cello virtuoso Andreas Brantelid will be serving national dishes spiced with known and unknown flavours.Hovering harmonies as with the French impressionists, but distinctive melodies in Hungarian popular style are the most important building blocks in Kodály’s sonata for cello and piano.Dohnányi adds to the programme with Hungarian colouring of brilliant magic and rhythmic delicacies in his cello sonata.Grieg takes us closer to our own latitudes, and connoisseurs of Grieg will find familiar strains in this marvellous piece. We will hear quotes from Grieg’s famous Piano Concert in A minor and the music for Sigurd Jorsalfar.The Australian composer of the very eccentric personality, Percy Grainger, was passionately interested in Scandinavia. He learned the local dialect during his long stays in central Jutland where he enthusiastically gathered folk tunes. The Danish national anthem has never been harmonized as grandly as this!Andreas Brantelid and Peter Friis JohanssonThe still very young Brantelid goes from success to success, but has retained a present and unpretentious attitude. We are proud to have been able repeatedly to invite this award winning cello virtuoso to our intimate stage, where the ambience present ideal conditions for the instrument’s timbre.We are also looking forward to seeing Swedish pianist Peter Friis Johansson again. His solo career is steaming ahead, and simultaneously he has gained an impressive reputation as a chamber musician in the company of international soloists.Programme:Zoltán Kodály (1882-1967): Sonata for Cello and Piano, op. 4Ernő Dohnányi (1877-1960): Cello Sonata, op. 8Edvard Grieg (1843-1907): Cello Sonata in A minor, op. 36Percy Grainger (1882-1961): Scandinavian Suite

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