Concert: Reflections. German-Japanese Encounters.

Reimers Concert 2018: Concert with Members of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie

Date

2018-06-06 - 19:30

Venue

JDZB

Additional Information

free admission


Program (subject to change without notice) Johann Sebastian BACH (1685–1750): Partita a-Moll for Flute solo BWV 1013, 1. Allemanda 2. Corrente
 Isang YUN (1917–1995): Rencontre for Piano, Violoncello and Clarinet
 FUJIKURA Dai (*1977): Samarasa for Violine solo (2010) Joe HISAISHI (*1950): Circus for PianoTrio from Vermeer & Escher TAKEMITSU Tōru (1930–1996): Air for Flute solo
 Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770–1827): Trio B-Dur for Clarinet, Violoncello and Piano, op. 11 „Gassenhauer-Trio“
 Johann Sebastian BACH (1685–1750): Partita a-Moll for Flute solo BWV 1013,
 3. Sarabande 4. ...

Program (subject to change without notice)
Johann Sebastian BACH (1685–1750): Partita a-Moll for Flute solo BWV 1013, 1. Allemanda 2. Corrente

Isang YUN (1917–1995): Rencontre for Piano, Violoncello and Clarinet

FUJIKURA Dai (*1977): Samarasa for Violine solo (2010)
Joe HISAISHI (*1950): Circus for PianoTrio from Vermeer & Escher
TAKEMITSU Tōru (1930–1996): Air for Flute solo

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770–1827): Trio B-Dur for Clarinet, Violoncello and Piano, op. 11 „Gassenhauer-Trio“

Johann Sebastian BACH (1685–1750): Partita a-Moll for Flute solo BWV 1013,
 3. Sarabande 4. Bourrée angloise


Artists of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie
Dóra ÁRPÁS (Flute)
Julien FLORÉANI (Clarinet)
Saskia NIEHL (Violine)
Basile ORTH (Violoncello)
Magdalena Cerezo FALCES (Piano)

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Duration

2018-06-06 19:30

Venue

JDZB

Additional Information

free admission


Information

The concert takes place on invitation of the JDZB and in cooperation with the Werner Reimers Foundation and the Jungen Deutschen Philharmonie.