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Who doesn’t love the opera with its beautiful stories? Melodies that describe the characters and emotions and stay with us even after we leave the theatre. For many composers, those melodies and arias became an inspiration to create instrumental, chamber music works. Some developed the motives into the variations, some used a bigger disguise and left it to the listener to recognize the well-known melody.  Some composers borrowed those motives from their colleagues and some of them used their own operas as an inspiration. Those chamber music works sing ode to the human voice, theatre, comedy and drama and leave some space for our own fantasy.

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827) – 7 variation for cello and piano based on Mozarts opera ‘Die Zauberflöte’ WoO 46 (1801)

Ketevan Roinishvili, cello
Ketevan Badridze, piano

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791) – Hoornkwintet in Es gr.t. KV 407 (1782)
Geen tempo aangegeven
Andante
Allegro


Sergei Nakarakiov, flugelhorn
Baiba Skride, violin
Ivan Vukčević, viola
Christoph Vandory, viola
Raphael Paratore, cello

Gian Carlo Menotti (1911 – 2007) – Cantilena e Scherzo (1977)

Gwyneth Wentink, harp
Frederieke Saeijs, violin
Pinchas Adt, violin
Ivan Vukčević, viola
Raphael Paratore, cello

Mikhail Glinka (1804 – 1857) - Divertimento brillante based on Bellini's "La Sonnambula" (1832)

Frederieke Saeijs, violin
Pinchas Adt, violin
Christoph Vandory, altviool
Raphael Paratore, cello
Ying Lai Green, double bass
Nino Gvetadze, piano

Tickets € 35 incl. a drink before the concert


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