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We end the musical journey of this festival in the cities where the life of classical music flourished and grew. Vienna with so much attraction for many classical giants of composers. Represented tonight by Schubert, descendant of the first classical school and Schönberg, father of the second.

Paris was the place for musicians, especially in the first half of the 20th century. The place for Impressionism, Symbolism and the birthplace of Les Six. The members were Georges Auric (1899–1983), Louis Durey (1888–1979), Arthur Honegger (1892–1955), Darius Milhaud (1892–1974), Francis Poulenc (1899–1963), and Germaine Tailleferre (1892–1983).

Vienna and Paris were the destination for the most talented and dedicated composers and musicians to begin their journey in classical music.

Franz Schubert (1797 – 1828) Trio for violin, viola and cello in B flat major. D471 (1816)
Frederieke Saeijs, violin
Georgy Kovalev, viola
Gabriel Lipkind, cello

Arnold Schönberg (1874 – 1951) Verklärte Nacht (1899)
Joseph Puglia, violin
Frederieke Saeijs, violin
Georgy Kovalev, viola
Razvan Popovici, viola
Gabriel Lipkind, cello
Ketevan Roinishvili, cello


Claude Debussy (1862 – 1918) From: Préludes, Livre I, L. 117La Cathédrale engloutie nr. 10 (1910)
Nino Gvetadze, piano

Francis Poulenc (1899 – 1963) Sextet for piano and wind quintet op.100 (1932, rev. 1939)

Nino Gvetadze, piano
Janne Thompsen, flute
Nicholas Daniel oboe
Levan Tskhadadze, clarinet
Bram van Sambeek, bassoon
Martin Owen, horn

Entrance fee € 47, including intermission drink.

This concert will be recorded by the NTR and broadcast at a later time via NPO Klassiek.

Slotconcert: Wenen en Parijs