Concert: Memories. German-Japanese Encounters.
Reimers Concert 2019: Wind Player Quintett by Members of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie
MEMORIES are the central topic of the Reimers concerts 2019, which again combine a range of Japanese and German composers. Looking into the program it becomes clear that the theme can be interpreted in various ways: may it be memories of loved ones departed, impressions of landscapes or bygone eras.
WIND PLAYER QUINTETT OF JUNGE DEUTSCHE PHILHARMONIE
Samuel RUEFF, Flute
KIM Jiyoon, Oboe
Ramona KATZENBERGER, Clarinet
Nicolas PEREZ, Horn
Grâce ANDRIANJATOVO, Bassoon
The ensemble will guide the audience through the program.
TAIRA Yoshihisa (1937–2005): Monodrame II for bassoon solo (1986)
Joseph HAYDN (1732–1809): Divertimento No. 1 B-Dur Hob II:46
KISHINO Malika (*1971): Ochres for flute, oboe and clarinet (2016)
Bernhard KROL (1920–2013): Laudatio for horn solo (1966)
Alexander von ZEMLINSKY (1871–1942): Humoresque. Piece for schools for wind quintett (1939)
HOSOKAWA Toshio (*1955): Ancient voices for wind quintet (2013)
Photo: Junge Deutsche Philharmonie ©︎ Achim REISSNER)
Registration (max. three persons) with firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration starts on 13 May 2019 from 9 am
(E-Mails, which receive us earlier, will be ignored. Please be aware that the tickets are usually fully taken very quickly. For technical reasons we can respond to your mail only a few days later, please bring a print out of our confirmation mail with you)
In cooperation with Werner Reimers Foundation and supported by Metzler Bank.
Cooperation with: Junge Deutsche Philharmonie, Frankfurt a.M.; Werner Reimers Foundation, Bad Homburg; Japanese Cultural Institute Cologne (The Japan Foundation)