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Café Zimmermann & Rupert Charlesworth

Café Zimmermann & Rupert Charlesworth

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Writing about the keyboard music of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, the second son of J.S. Bach, J.F. Reichardt claimed that no earlier music had ever been so rich and harmonious, with such a noble lilt, such beauty, order and originality. The sensitive lilt of C.P.E. Bachs music can also be heard in other instrumental works, such as his sinfonias and trio sonatas. Rupert Charlesworth, the young British winner of the Handel Singing Competition in London (2013) and the Cesti Competition in Innsbruck (2014) is the perfect singer for the galant areas and cantatas, with his attractive and elegant voice.

Rupert Charlesworth, tenor | Karel Valter, traverso | Regina Gleim, traverso | Pablo Valetti, violin & artistic director | Mauro Lopes Ferreira, violin | Patricia Gagnon, viola | Petr Skalka, cello | Céline Frisch, harpsichord
C.P.E. Bach: Sonate in Bes voor twee violen en basso continuo, Wq 158 | Fürsten sind am Lebensziele, Wq 214 | Selma, Wq 236 | Drei Arien, Wq 211 | Sinfonia in a voor twee violen en basso continuo, Wq 156 | Der Stoiker, Wq 199/8 | Lyda, Wq 202/G/2 | Phyllis, Wq 202/C/2 | Der Frühling. An Röschen, Wq 200/9 | Belinde, Wq 202/B/3 | Sonatina in d voor twee fluiten, strijkers en obligaat klavecimbel, Wq 104 | Der Frühling, Wq 237
THU 10.11.16 | 21.00
20.15 Introduction by Frederic Delmotte (in Dutch)

Cat. 1: € 28 / € 24
Cat. 2: € 24 / € 20
-19: € 5

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