Edesche Concertzaal



March
7
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Anastasia Kobekina (cello) and Paloma Kouider (piano) - Bach, Beethoven, Chopin

Anastasia Kobekina (cello) and Paloma Kouider (piano) - Bach, Beethoven, Chopin
Few cellists have as much schwung and charisma on stage as Anastasia Kobekina. But even more important is her intense play and unprecedented perfection. Anastasia shows these qualities in three masterpieces from the cello repertoire. You probably recognize the beginning of Bach's First Cellosuite, because you regularly hear it passing by in films and commercials. With Chopin's Cello Sonata, Anastasia touches the heart of romance. The music sounds like Chopin is personally pouring out his heart to you. With his First Cello Sonata, Beethoven wrote the first piece in which cello and piano play an equal role
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March
13
Friday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Anna Vinnitskaya - Chopin, Schumann, Brahms - World Pianists

Anna Vinnitskaya - Chopin, Schumann, Brahms - World Pianists
Technical perfection and lilting melodies: these are just a few words from the international press that describe Anna Vinnitskaya's wonderful playing. This masterly pianist can rarely be heard as a soloist in the Netherlands. That is why it is extra special that she can be heard in the Edesche Concert Hall. Anna makes an impression with the narrative Ballads by Brahms and the atmospheric Arabesque by Schumann. Chopin's Second Piano Sonata, with the world-famous Weeping March, is recognizable from the first note. They are all pieces that seem to have been made for the Bösendorfer Imperial. Anna Vinnitskaya is looking forward to it: "The basses on this wing are so deep!"
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March
20
Friday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Schubert's 'Der Tod und das Mädchen' - Signum Quartett - String Quartets

Schubert's 'Der Tod und das Mädchen' - Signum Quartett - String Quartets
Schubert's Der Tod und das Mädchen is without doubt the best-known string quartet ever composed. What makes this piece so special? And why do listeners want to hear it over and over again? Maybe because it's about the essence of existence. Life and death are circling around each other in the Tod and the Mädchen. For Schubert's masterpiece, there is hardly a better interpreter imaginable than the sublime Signum Quartet. This German ensemble is a specialist when it comes to Schubert. "The quartet plays transparently and animated," says Gramophone. "A top ensemble that provides heartwarming interpretations", writes OpusKlassiek.
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March
21
Saturday
19:30 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Bach's 'John Passion' - Apollo Ensemble

Bach's 'John Passion' - Apollo Ensemble
Together with Bach's St. Matthew Passion, St. John's Passion is one of the most beloved passions ever. One of the secrets of the play lies with the evangelist John himself. In his version of Jesus' Passion, the writer is more 'to the point' than the other evangelists. Bach makes clever use of this, because in St John's Passion there is speed and you hear more drama. This is reinforced by the choir's considerable contribution, as in the poignant opening choir 'Herr, unser Herrscher'. And of course there are beautiful arias like 'Zerfließe, mein Herze' and 'Ergwäge'. The Apollo Ensemble provides an impressive experience in passionate times.
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March
27
Friday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Eric Vloeimans (trumpet) and Hayo Boerema (organ) - Improvisation concert

Eric Vloeimans (trumpet) and Hayo Boerema (organ) - Improvisation concert
You know what's so great about improvisation? The music originates on the spot. Without sheet music in front of them, trumpeter Eric Vloeimans and organist Hayo Boerema take you into the moment. It is an adventurous tour, the outcome of which is undecided. How's that? Hayo says: "Where we are on aces are those moments when we get inspired. That gives an atmosphere where everything that happens is exciting!"
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March
28
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Izhar Elias (guitar) and Fernando Cordas (guitar) - Beethoven and Concierto de Aranjuez

Izhar Elias (guitar) and Fernando Cordas (guitar) - Beethoven and Concierto de Aranjuez
The 'Adagio' from Rodrigo's Concerto de Aranjuez became perhaps the most famous guitar work of all time. With the first sounds of this melancholic melody you immediately imagine yourself in the warm Spain. Around this legendary 'Adagio' guitarists Izhar Elias and Fernando Cordas play a temperamental Spanish programme with even a trip to Beethoven. Even in the Vienna of the young Beethoven the guitar was a hip instrument. Izhar and Fernando celebrate Beethoven's 250th year of birth with a large collection of special guitars
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April
3
Friday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Judith Steenbrink (violin) and Tineke Steenbrink (harpsichord) - Bach's Violin Sonatas

Judith Steenbrink (violin) and Tineke Steenbrink (harpsichord) - Bach's Violin Sonatas
Bach wouldn't be Bach if he didn't also make the violin sonata something special. Until then the violinist stole the show in such pieces. The harpsichord player didn't have much more to do than working out a bass line. In his own violin sonatas Bach gives the harpsichord its own part. This makes violin and harpsichord equivalent to each other. Music that is in more than good hands with the twin sisters Steenbrink. As seasoned Bach specialists of the Holland Baroque ensemble, Judith and Tineke will take you on a spectacular journey through Bach's breakneck violin sonatas
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April
4
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Piano Quartet Corneille - Schubert, Schumann, Fauré

Piano Quartet Corneille - Schubert, Schumann, Fauré
Piano Quartet Corneille is a new ensemble consisting of four internationally acclaimed soloists. Pianist Vassilis Varvaresos, violinist Noé Inui, viola player Georgy Kovalev and cellist Ella van Poucke like to show how beautiful their combination of instruments is. With breathtaking piano quartets by Schumann and Fauré, these four musicians take you to German and French Romanticism, where the feeling is given plenty of space. Schubert's harmonious String Trio brings everything back into balance. Listen up!
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April
18
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Hannes Lover - Beethoven, Schumann, Ravel - World Pianists

Hannes Lover - Beethoven, Schumann, Ravel - World Pianists
"Only when I really have something to say, I play it," master pianist Hannes Lover told NRC Handelsblad. At the Bösendorfer Imperial Hannes has enough to tell you, because with four breathtaking pieces he takes you along the highest peaks and deepest valleys of human existence. With Beethoven's energetic Waldsteinsonate, Hannes puts you directly in full sunlight. Contemporaries nicknamed this sonata 'Dawn'. The night takes place in Schumann's Nachtstücke. And with Ravel's Gaspard de la nuit, Hannes conjures up a dark fairytale world of water nymphs, a gallows and the tease Scarbo
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April
24
Friday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Rien Donkersloot (organ) and Mariët Kaasschieter (soprano) - Vierne, Rachmaninov, Andriessen

Rien Donkersloot (organ) and Mariët Kaasschieter (soprano) - Vierne, Rachmaninov, Andriessen
Organist Rien Donkersloot and soprano Mariët Kaasschieter bring a hymn to love. With beautiful poems to romantic sounds they show what it's really all about. From Hendrik Andriessen's ear caressing Cantique spirituality, the musicians will take you to the music of Louis Vierne. His piece Les Angélus paints a softly ringing bell in the morning and evening twilight. The program ends with the Four Love Songs by Margreeth de Jong. But perhaps Rachmaninov's wordless Vocalise comes closest to the experience of love. For say now, for true love, every word falls short
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