The world needs more Biber! His music takes centre stage in this concert that transports us to the city of Salzburg. Also featured is the fascinating instrument known as the viola d’amore, rarely heard in concert but perfect for this chamber setting as performed by Tafelmusik’s Thomas Georgi, one of the world’s foremost experts on the instrument. These intimate, hour-long concerts, presented in an informal style with introductions from the musicians. Explore new aspects of Tafelmusik repertoire with an up…Find out more »
Adam Harris, Baritone Georgia Burashko, mezzo-soprano Valentina Sadovski, piano March 4, 2018 Program: Grieg: lieder for mezzo-Soprano Schumann: duets for baritone and mezzo-soprano Michael Rudman*: “The City” for baritone Mendelssohn: Rondo Capriccioso op.14 for the solo piano Tickets available here.Find out more »
Ilya Poletaev, piano Axel Strauss, violin Yegor Dyashkov, cello April 8, 2018 Program: Beethoven: Op. 1 no. 3; Michael Oesterle*: Centennials ( I, II, III) Ravel: Piano Trio Tickets available here.Find out more »
Bohemian composer Johann Baptist Vanhal and Salzburg’s native son Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart saw their careers flourish in Vienna, while the Italian cellist Luigi Boccherini composed music with a distinctive Spanish flair after settling in Madrid. Travel with them to their adopted cities in this program of bright and charming classical gems for oboe and string trio. These intimate, hour-long concerts, presented in an informal style with introductions from the musicians. Explore new aspects of Tafelmusik repertoire with an up close…Find out more »
Peter Longworth, piano Benjamin Bowman, violin May 6, 2018 Program: (to be announced)Find out more »
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