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MAY 25 - 7:00 PM

God's fiddler and the prophets

Josef Suk (1874-1935), Love Song, Op.7 No.1, for violin and piano
Jenö Hubay (1858-1937), ‘Valse Caprice’ by 3 Morceaux, Op.52, No.3, for violin and piano

JESÚS REINA violin / ANTONIO ORTÍZ piano

Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962), Schön Rosmarin, for violin and piano Liebesleid, for violin and piano

ERZHAN KULIBAEV violin / ÓSCAR MARTÍN piano

Giovanni Battista Viotti (1755-1824), ‘Maestoso moderato e con molta espressione’ by Duetto concertante in C minor, Op.29, No.3, para dos violines

Jean-Marie Leclair (1697-1764), ‘Gavotta’ and ‘Presto’ from Sonata for two violins, Op.3, No.5

Charles-Auguste de Bériot (1802-1870), ‘Moderato tempo di bolero’ by Aria Spagnola, Op.113, No.6 in D major, for two violins

KOH GABRIEL KAMEDA violin / ANNA MARGRETHE NILSEN violin

Henryk Wieniawski (1835-1880), Polonaise de concert No.1 in D major, Op.4, for violin and piano

 

ERZHAN KULIBAEV violin / ANTONIO ORTÍZ piano

 

 

Ferdinand David (1810-1873), A selection of works by Bunte Reihe, Op.30, for violin and piano Serenade, Impromptu in B flat major, Erinnerung in C major, Im Sturm in F minor

ANNA MARGRETHE NILSEN violin / JULIEN QUENTIN piano

arr. Jascha Heifetz (1901-1987), Beau Soir by Claude Debussy, arranged for violin and piano, It ain't necessarily so (Porgy and Bess) by George Gershwin, arranged for violin and piano

ERZHAN KULIBAEV violin / ÓSCAR MARTÍN piano

Jesús de Monasterio (1836-1903), Farewell to the Alhambra, for violin and piano

Pablo de Sarasate (1844-1908), Basque Capricho, Op.24, for violin and piano

 

JESÚS REINA violin / ÓSCAR MARTÍN piano

In this concert, one finds pioneers and performers of the violin whose names are engraved in history. From modern times the name Jascha Heifetz stands out, having been nicknamed "God's Fiddler".

 

But before Heifetz is a long row of pure violin virtuosos, known for their style, sound, and self-composed pieces. Enriching the violin repertoire, they wrote compositions that suited their playing and technique, somewhat resembling today's famous music singer-songwriters.

 

Furthermore, premiering pieces would always excite an audience hungry to hear new sounds, more virtuosity and to feel intimate encores touching their hearts.

SINGLE TICKET 15€ (NO DISCOUNTS)