JUL 24
JUL 24
Sunday

JULIANE BANSE, SOPRANO
CONSTANTIN ZIMMERMANN, ALTO
ILYA DOVNAR, TENOR
KONRAD JARNOT, BARITONE

CORO RICERCARE
COLOGNE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

PEDRO TEIXEIRA, CHORUS MASTER
CHRISTOPH POPPEN, CONDUCTOR

 

W. A. MOZART
Missa brevis in B-flat major, K.275

 

 

 

Free admission

SITKOVETSKY TRIO
ALEXANDER SITKOVETSKY, VIOLIN
ISANG ENDERS, CELLO
WU QIAN, PIANO

ADRIEN LA MARCA, VIOLA

 

 

JOHANNES BRAHMS
Piano Quartet No. 1 in g minor, Op. 25

JOHANNES BRAHMS
Piano Quartet No. 2 in A major, Op. 26

 

 

Supported by

 

VERNISSAGE

Welcome drinks

 

Opening of the Art Exhibition:

“Leone Holzhaus 1948-2022”

 

 

Leone Holzhaus (Bussum 1948 – Marvão 2022) was living in Portugal since the 90’s. She had a degree in Design at the Academy Artibus but her creative freedom is revealed in the fine arts and painting. Since 2010 she has been living in Barretos, a village at the foothills of the picturesque village of the Marvão fortress. Here time seems to have stopped. Leone had turned an old traditional grocery shop into her home. In the last years, she had opened a workshop and was displaying her pictures inside the castle walls of Marvão, where you could meet her, see the artist at work and buy her artworks.

Following the tradition of the great Dutch masters to represent the light inspired her greatly. She fell in love with this place in the mountainous interior of northern Alentejo near the border of Extremadura. The Portuguese intense sun determines the environmental landscape, draws contrasting shadows on whitewashed walls, defining the faces and clothes of the people of the countryside, streets and stone paths.

The Portuguese land and its people were the basis of the work of this artist. Her paintings are full of color and life, sharing stories of real people and showing us a picture of rural Portuguese culture. Her work offers a window into this genuine region of Portugal.
 
 
 
 

in collaboration with

 

 

 

Free admission

MEREL QUARTETT
MARY ELLEN WOODSIDE, VIOLIN
EDOUARD MÄTZENER, VIOLIN
ALESSANDRO D’AMICO, VIOLA
RAFAEL ROSENFELD, CELLO

TAE-HYUNG KIM, PIANO
FRANCISCO LOURENÇO, VIOLA
ISANG ENDERS, CELLO

 

 

JOHANNES BRAHMS
Piano Quintet in f minor, Op. 34

JOHANNES BRAHMS
String Sextet No. 2 in G major, Op. 36

 

 

Supported by

 

JOÃO BARRADAS, ACCORDION

 

ARVO PÄRT
Fratres

STEVE REICH
Piano Phase

ASTOR PIAZZOLLA
Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas

 

 

 

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