Edesche Concertzaal



February
4
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Noa Wildschut (violin) and Elisabeth Brauß (piano) - Brahms, Liszt and Ravel - Artist in residence

Noa Wildschut (violin) and Elisabeth Brauß (piano) - Brahms, Liszt and Ravel - Artist in residence
Some musicians seem predestined for each other, so well do they feel for each other on stage. This is certainly true of star violinist Noa Wildschut and pianist (and artist in residence) Elisabeth Brauß. "A fantastic experience," is how Elisabeth describes her collaboration with Wildschut. With, among others, Brahms' Hungarian Dances and Ravel's Second Violin Sonata (the one with the famous 'Blues'), they spur each other on and challenge each other. The outcome is a foregone conclusion: breathtaking playing at the cutting edge.
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February
25
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Lars Wouters van den Oudenweijer (clarinet) and Hans Eijsackers (piano) - Schumann, Brahms, Poulenc

Lars Wouters van den Oudenweijer (clarinet) and Hans Eijsackers (piano) - Schumann, Brahms, Poulenc
Lars Wouters van den Oudenweijer is the uncrowned king of the clarinet. What makes his playing so special? He is able to make his clarinet sing. In the Edesche Concert Hall, he plays a handful of the most beautiful pieces written for the clarinet. Brahms, in his First Clarinet Sonata, evokes that distinctive melancholy atmosphere that you find in many of his last compositions. Song composer Francis Poulenc, on the other hand, knew better than anyone how to write for wind instruments. Completely logically, Lars chose the Dutch song accompanist and chamber musician Hans Eijsackers to accompany him in these wonderful pieces
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March
4
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Noa Wildschut (violin), Alexander Warenberg (cello) and Elisabeth Brauß (piano) - Schubert and Piazzolla - Artist in residence

Noa Wildschut (violin), Alexander Warenberg (cello) and Elisabeth Brauß (piano) - Schubert and Piazzolla - Artist in residence
"Musical pieces and styles are not isolated islands," explains artist in residence Elisabeth Brauß. "Everything is connected to each other. That's why I like to build my programs from pieces that are in the same tradition." Together with her musical friends, violinist Noa Wildschut and cellist Alexander Warenberg, Elisabeth builds a musical bridge between a classical and a modern top hit: Schubert's First Piano Trio and Piazzolla's Cuatro estaciones porteñas. Although Piazzolla is the king of Argentine tango, in his pieces he clearly connects with the classical tradition of, for example, Schubert. Enjoy two piano trios that have the impact of orchestral music in both size and expressiveness.
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March
11
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Alma Quartet - Haydn, Brahms, Bartók - String Quartets

Alma Quartet - Haydn, Brahms, Bartók - String Quartets
Stirring rhythms, whimsical melodies and unexpected twists. The Alma Quartet shows how surprisingly Haydn, Brahms and Bartók composed for the string quartet. The thread running through the program is the close connection these composers had with Hungarian folk music. Haydn imitated the playing style of the Roma in the finale of his so-called 'Quint' quartet. Brahms also immortalized the compelling gypsy melodies in many of his pieces. And Bartók? He traveled the countryside with his phonograph in search of the authentic folk music of the Hungarian peasants, which he incorporated into his compositions. The robust rhythms and unpolished melodies caused his famous Fourth String Quartet to shock
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March
25
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Passion concert - Reinhard Keiser's 'Brockes-Passion' - Apollo Ensemble

Passion concert - Reinhard Keiser's 'Brockes-Passion' - Apollo Ensemble
As an opera composer, Reinhard Keiser knew exactly how to touch his audience. And his music still does. With his Brockes-Passion, Keiser was a real trendsetter, because greats like Telemann and Handel followed his example. Even Bach performed Keiser's passion piece in Leipzig. The secret? The music sparkles and sparks, there are strong emotions, great contrasts and lively dialogues. In short, a performance that will not leave you cold. With Keiser's Brockes-Passion, the Apollo Ensemble continues the Passion tradition in the Edesche Concertzaal, allowing you to experience the Passion in an intense way.
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April
15
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Izhar Elias (guitar) and Fernando Cordas (guitar) - Schubert and film classics by Morricone

Izhar Elias (guitar) and Fernando Cordas (guitar) - Schubert and film classics by Morricone
Travel with us from Schubert's romantic Vienna to the sun-drenched Italy of Morricone and Nino Rota. During the first part of the program, master guitarists Izhar Elias and Fernando Cordas unravel Schubert's enigmatic last piano sonata in a version for two guitars. For the second part of the program, Fernando and Izhar perform the most beautiful gems and virtuosic hits from Italian stage and film history. Enjoy a spectacular opera overture by Donizetti, well-known melodies by Ennio Morricone and Nino Rota, and works by Italian film composer Castelnuovo-Tedesco
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April
22
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Musica Amphion - Solo concertos by Bach and Vivaldi - Early Music

Musica Amphion - Solo concertos by Bach and Vivaldi - Early Music
The members of Musica Amphion and the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century are not only excellent orchestral musicians, but also outstanding soloists. In both roles they come into their own in the solo concertos of Bach and Vivaldi. Listen to the fine fleur of both ensembles in Bach's moving Concerto for Violin, Oboe and Strings, among others. Sometimes the two instruments sound intimately entwined, then violin and oboe show their most virtuoso side. Even more challenging is Bach's Harpsichord Concerto in E, BWV 1053. In the 'Finale' the soloist is not given a beat of rest. A real bravura piece that provides a great release.
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April
29
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Busch Trio - Beethoven and Dvorák's 'Dumky Trio' - Piano Trio

Busch Trio - Beethoven and Dvorák's 'Dumky Trio' - Piano Trio
With the Busch Trio you will make a real time travel. Pianist Omri Epstein, violinist Mathieu van Bellen and cellist Ori Epstein are fascinated by the musical culture of the first half of the twentieth century. In order to come close to the sound of that time, they have turned many old recordings gray and play their performances on gut strings. Moreover, Mathieu van Bellen plays a Guadagnini violin (1783) that was once owned by the legendary violinist Adolf Busch. Listen to piano trios by Beethoven and the famous 'Dumky trio' by Antonín Dvorák
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