8 t/m 23 augustus 2020: het 10de Geelvinck Fortepianofestival
Events Fortepiano Festival 2020
25 Oct 2020 | 17.00 uur |
Kerkzaal Luthermuseum in de Wittenberg, Amsterdam
Hommage aan Wim Statius Muller & de pianomuziek van Curacao: Alexander Kraft van Ermel – piano
The Concertgebouw had to cancel Alexanders' 'Ode to his grandfather: Wim Statius Muller - the Antillean Chopin', scheduled earlier this week, due to Corona measures. Come and listen to Alexanders' Hommage to his grandfather in the Luther Museum on Sunday 25th October 17h.!!
Beethoven & Archchduke Rudolph: Trio’s for Piano & Clarinet
Archduke Rudolph was initially a piano student of Beethoven, then the two became friends. Fortepianist Tullia Melandri brings this friendship in music to life with cellist Evan Buttar and Alejandro Fariña Martín on clarinet
Beethoven, Bommen & Basjkieren: Kaoru Iwamura – fortepiano & Guy Sonnen – bas
November 1813: Europe is in turmoil, Napoleon is retreating, Bashkir troops built a ship bridge to cross the IJssel River. Composers and poets get inspired in text and music: roaring canons for fortepiano and bass
Cold winds swept over the IJssel River in November 1813, when Bashkir troops pitched their bivouac at the river shores, where they built a Ship-bridge to cross this major obstacle in their pursuit of Napoleon. Turbulent times - inspiration for Beethoven to write Sonates, reflecting the emotions of those days.
Tae-Young Kim – fortepiano: ‘Beethoven & the Korean Spirit’
For young piano students in Korea Beethoven is an icon and an ultimate goal for perfection. Beethoven's universal spirit is embodied in the music style of a great contemporary composer such as Chunggi Kim and was an inspiration for Yiruma. Their music created a bridge between Western and Korean musical traditions.