Panta Rhei

Gabriel Fauré - Allegro molto moderato (from piano quartet no. 1)
Heitor Villa Lobos - Song of the Black Swan (cello and piano)
Igor Stravinsky - Three Pieces for clarinet solo
Maurice Ravel - Jeux d’eau (piano solo)

Claude Debussy - Reflêts dans l’eau (from Images, piano solo)
Edward Elgar - Sea Slumber Song (from Sea Pictures, opus 37)
Olivier Messiaen - Intermède (from Quatuor pour la fin du Temps)
Frank Bridge - Spring Song (violin and piano)
Francis Poulenc - First movement from his clarinet sonata

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Johannes Brahms - Vivace ma non troppo (from his First violin sonata)
Jean Sibelius - Water drops (violin and cello)        
Max Bruch - Rumanian melody (from 8 pieces, opus 83) –
Zdenek Fibich - Allegro non tanto (from his quintet, opus 42)

“Panta rhei”. “everything flows”. The Greek philosopher Herakleitos scribbled down his famous statement after he had gazed on a running river for a long time. He came to the conclusion that it is impossible to step twice in the same current of water; it continually changes. That applies to everything. The nature of things is movement and change.

The philosopher’s observation inspired five musicians to an exciting remix-experiment. They decided to perform multi movement chamber music works not as a whole but to forge from separate parts three completely new compositions. You will enjoy chamber music from several centuries in mixed combinations of instruments. 

Mariana Izman > piano | Levan Tskhadadze > clarinet | Eva Stegeman > violin
Emlyn Stam > viola | Charles Watt > cello

Normal € 30,– | Uitpas € 27,50 | Students/ooievaarspas € 15,– | Till 27 years old  € 11,–

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