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Christian Ihle Hadland


Genre: Chamber music

Monday at last – Day 5

The Monday At Last concert series celebrates 10 years with a jam-packed chamber music festival: Monday All Week!

Monday All Week is exactly what it sounds like: Monday At Last concerts every day, with tons of guests.

In Nebenstück, French composer Gérard Pesson (b. 1958) started from Johannes Brahms’ aching and dreamy Ballade for Piano in B Major from the collection of four Ballades, Opus 10. With guest pianist Christian Ihle Hadland and the ZilliacusPerssonRaitinen trio, reinforced by clarinetist Karin Dornbusch and violinist Irina Simon-Renes, we will have the exclusive opportunity to hear both the model and Pesson’s rewrite of the work from 1998.

As the title reveals, Kurtág’s Hommage for Clarinet, Viola and Piano is a pure tribute to Robert Schumann. It consists of five very short movements, all under one minute, and a concluding movement as long as all the others combined, entitled Abschied, farewell.

Johannes Brahms is in many ways, especially in the songs, an heir of Robert Schumann. This trio, one of few in the standard repertoire with this particular composition, also has many beautifully lyrical lines.

The Monday At Last concert series celebrates 10 years with a jam-packed chamber music festival: Monday All Week!

Saturday 7 April 2018 18.00

Ends approximately 20.00

Price:

195 SEK

Monday All Week is exactly what it sounds like: Monday At Last concerts every day, with tons of guests.

In Nebenstück, French composer Gérard Pesson (b. 1958) started from Johannes Brahms’ aching and dreamy Ballade for Piano in B Major from the collection of four Ballades, Opus 10. With guest pianist Christian Ihle Hadland and the ZilliacusPerssonRaitinen trio, reinforced by clarinetist Karin Dornbusch and violinist Irina Simon-Renes, we will have the exclusive opportunity to hear both the model and Pesson’s rewrite of the work from 1998.

As the title reveals, Kurtág’s Hommage for Clarinet, Viola and Piano is a pure tribute to Robert Schumann. It consists of five very short movements, all under one minute, and a concluding movement as long as all the others combined, entitled Abschied, farewell.

Johannes Brahms is in many ways, especially in the songs, an heir of Robert Schumann. This trio, one of few in the standard repertoire with this particular composition, also has many beautifully lyrical lines.

  • The music

    Approximate times
  • Robert Schumann Märchenerzählungen för klarinett, viola och piano
    15 min
  • Ivan Fedele Imaginary sky-lines for flute and harp
    9 min
  • György Kurtág Hommage à Robert Schumann for clarinet, viola and piano
    9 min
  • Intermisson
    20 min
  • Johannes Brahms Ballade in B major for piano op 10:4
    9 min
  • Gérard Pesson Nebenstück for clarinet and string quartet
    8 min
  • Johannes Brahms Trio for clarinet, cello and piano
    22 min
  • Participants

  • ZilliacusPerssonRaitinen
  • Anders Jonhäll flute
  • Karin Dornbusch clarinet
  • Christoffer Sundqvist clarinet
  • Irina Simon-Renes violin
  • Stephen Fitzpatrick harp
  • Christian Ihle Hadland piano

Saturday 7 April 2018 18.00

Ends approximately 20.00

Price:

195 SEK