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March
29
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Passion concert - Bach

Passion concert - Bach
The rarely performed passion "Jesu deine Passion" by Bach's contemporary Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel is a true discovery. With this piece, the Apollo Ensemble dishes out six profound cantatas, each meditating on the suffering and death of Jesus in a unique way, ranging from dramatic to hushed. After the successful Brockes-Passionen series, the Apollo Ensemble continues its exploration of the passion tradition of the German Baroque with this emotionally charged passion oratorio. The ensemble enriches Stölzel's passion with matching instrumental sinfonias by Bach. Be prepared for an impressive musical experience in the Passion period.
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April
5
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Caspar Vos (piano), Niek Baar (violin)

Caspar Vos (piano), Niek Baar (violin)
What do Johannes Brahms, Dmitri Shostakovich and Frank Martin have in common? All three bring old folk music traditions to life in their pieces. Pianist and artist in residence Caspar Vos, violinist Niek Baar and cellist Ella van Poucke take you on a tour that leads from Ireland to Hungary. During the Frank Martin year, his music will also be heard in the Edesche Concert Hall. The concert begins with Martin's Trio on Irish folk melodies, followed by Brahms' Hungarian-tinged First Piano Trio. Caspar, Niek and Ella conclude the concert with Shostakovich's moving Second Piano Trio, in which Jewish wedding music takes on an intense charge. An evening not to be missed, full of emotion and virtuosity.
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April
12
Saturday
20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde

Paul Lewis - Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms - World Pianists

Paul Lewis - Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms - World Pianists
For the piano music of Beethoven, master pianist Paul Lewis is the place to be. His interpretations receive rave reviews in the international press. during this piano recital, he highlights both the beginning and the end of Beethoven's musical career. Lewis performs the Viennese Classical-based Piano Sonata in c minor, op. 10 No. 1. Beethoven's last piano sonata, op. 111, is on the program. Paul Lewis broadens Beethoven's musical horizons with Mozart's Piano Sonata in C, KV 330, and Brahms' Intermezzi, op. 117. BBC Music Magazine is already rolling out the red carpet: "Lewis plays with his characteristic warmth [...] it is unlikely you will hear this music performed more sensitively and intelligently."
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