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This year Delft Chamber music festival is all about people and their stories. We’ll tell the story of the perfect Muse, we’ll listen to the pieces, that were supposed to be hidden away, we’ll get to know Georgian hidden gems, we’ll see the two sides of Dohnanyi, Chopin and Paderewski. We’ll travel to Nino’s Wonderland, have a look behind the screen of the cinema and look back at the beginnings of the Delft Chamber Music Festival.

The whole festival will be a collection of stories, that will make this special edition complete and before starting with the first chapter, there is naturally a prologue, a prelude and in this case an Ouverture, where we’ll have a glimpse at most of the characters, that we’ll meet throughout the journey of this festival. You will be introduced to their nature and musical language, that will surely trigger your appetite for more!

Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809) - Strijkkwartet nr. 53 in D gr.t. op.64/5 H.3/63 (1790)

Goldmund Quartet:
Florian Schotz, violin
Pinchas Adt, violin
Christoph Vandory, viola
Raphael Paratore, cello

Nodar Gabunia (1933 – 2000) - Improvisatie & Toccata (1962)
Nino Gvetadze, piano

Ernő Dohnányi (1877 – 1960) – Strijksextet in Bes gr.t. (1893)
Allegro ma tranquillo
Scherzo: Allegro vivace
Adagio quasi andante
Finale: Animato


Florian Schotz, violin
Pinchas Adt, violin
Christoph Vandory, viola
Ivan Vukčević, viola
Raphael Paratore, cello
Sebastian Klinger, cello

Break

Augusta Holmès (1847 – 1903) - Chansons populaires: Charme du Jour (Serenade Mauresque), Au Jardin des dieux (1883)
Karolina Weltrowska, violin
Ketevan Badridze, piano

Ekaterina Walter-Kühne (1870 – 1930) – Fantasie voor harp “Op een thema uit Jevgeni Onegin” op. 81 (1909)
Gwyneth Wentink, harp

Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 – 1847) – Pianotrio nr. 1 in d kl.t. op.49 (1839)
Molto allegro ed agitato
Andante con moto tranquillo
Scherzo
Finale


Nino Gvetadze, piano
Baiba Skride, violin
Sebastian Klinger, cello

Tickets € 43,50 incl. a drank during the interval

This concert will be live broadcasted by NTR for NPO Radio 4.


Ouverture