Bach classics on violin and organ - Nadja Nevolovitsch (violin)

Bach classics on violin and organ - Nadja Nevolovitsch (violin)

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Some of the program:

Bach - Violin sonata in A, BWV 1015

Bach - Pastorale in F, BWV 590

Bach - Chaconne (from: Violin partita nr. 2, BWV 1004)

Bach and Beyond

In the Edesche Concert Hall Nadja Nevolovitsch and Peter Van de Velde will play a Bach programme. "It's going to be special," says Peter Van de Velde. The programme is the result of a long process. "As an organist you are often confronted with organs that are not suitable for Bach's music. You have to come up with a solution for that and play edits, for example." A special part of the programme is the block entitled 'Bach-Metamorphoses'. Peter Van de Velde: "Bach's music has always been adapted to the musical taste that prevailed at the time. I've translated that idea into our time in a few pieces by Bach. In it you sometimes hear chords that Bach would never have used, but still the pieces remain typical of Bach"


Nadya Nevolovitsch

Nadja Nevolovitsch has won several prizes at international competitions. When she was 11, she made her solo debut at the


Peter Van de Velde

Peter Van de Velde is organist-titularist of the Antwerp Cathedral of Our Lady and a regular guest at various renowned organ festivals. He recorded several cd's and sacd's for the quality label "Aeolus" which received many positive reviews and ratings in the national and international media (radio Klara, WDR 3, Diapason, Orgelvriend, Orgelnieuws, Orgelkunst, Musique 3). Peter Van de Velde does incredible things with the romantic Ypma organ in the Edesche Concert Hall, it is the opportunity to listen to this organ in a completely different way.


Peter Van de Velde on 'Bach and beyond
A special part of the programme is the block entitled 'Bach-Metamorphoses'. Peter Van de Velde: "Bach's music has always been adapted to the musical taste that prevailed at the time. I've translated that idea into our time in a few pieces by Bach. In it you sometimes hear chords that Bach would never have used, but still the pieces remain typical of Bach"
(Read the interview with organist Peter Van de Velde)


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