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January
28
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Nino Gvetadze - Beethoven, Grieg, Liszt - World Pianists

Nino Gvetadze - Beethoven, Grieg, Liszt - World Pianists
Georgian pianist Nino Gvetadze hardly needs any introduction. Everywhere she plays she makes the "grand piano whisper and sing and she lets the rich colors of the music shine beautifully", wrote Het Parool enthusiastically. On the Bösendorfer Imperial she evokes subtle images of nature with Beethoven's piano sonatas 'Der Sturm' and 'Jagd'. Grieg's Holberg Suite then takes one on a time-travel to the eighteenth-century countryside of Norway. Liszt's sunny Spanish Rhapsody provides the necessary fireworks, in which various well-known Spanish melodies tumble over one another. A spectacular ending to a wonderful evening with Nino Gvetadze
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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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