The “Carion Quintet” will perform in the chamber series “Personally” of Liepāja Concert Hall “Lielais dzintars” on Sunday, October 24, at 3 pm, offering an expressively and cleverly designed program “Venice Carnival”.
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According to Elizabeth Hartman, a representative of the concert hall “Delfi”, the audience will be able to “recognize the musical landmarks of the trip – Vivaldi’s rhythmic drive and energy, Paganini’s luminescent virtuosity; Puccini’s and Verdi’s La Fenice’s premiere audience will be like a refreshing champagne in the carnival’s temperamental atmosphere. “
The approach of the Latvian / Danish quintet “Carion” to chamber music is confirmed by praised performances at the most prestigious festivals in Europe – Reingava Festival, “Kisingen Summer”, Bonn Beethoven Festival, Bergen Festival, as well as Louisiana Festival and elsewhere. Carion’s discography features five highly rated albums, which have been praised by Gramophone and BBC Music Magazine. These recordings have also received an award from Danish Radio and the title of “Best Classical Music Album 2015” on the iTunes platform.
According to Hartmane, the choice of the ensemble “Carion” repertoire is not limited to one style or era, but covers a wide field of music, arranging the compositions in conceptual similarity. Some of the original compositions have been composed for a wind quintet, most of them – in collaboration with composers and arrangers, including the great forest ranger of the ensemble, David MAP Palmqvist.
“No trip can be truly successful without learning something new. In this concert we will discover undeservedly forgotten baroque masters – Giovanni Battiste Bounamenti and Francesco Cavalli. undeniable connection with our well-known 20th century chameleon Igor Stravinsky, “before the concert program” Venice Carnival “introduces the quartet musicians.
With a uniquely developed stage performance culture, including dramatic elements, choreographic movements and various other musical ideas in its performances, the quintet has become one of the leading wind ensembles in the world in recent years, writes the representative of “Big Amber”.
Latvian musicians – clarinetist Egīls Šēfers and oboist Egils Upatnieks also play in the quintet together with flutist Dora Šeres, forest ranger David MAP Palmqvist and bassoonist Nils Anders Vedsten-Larsen.
The organizers remind that the post-concert talks characteristic of the concert series “Personally” have been canceled during the emergency.
Two more events are expected to continue until the end of the year. On Sunday, November 28, at 3 pm, world-renowned domestic musicians – violinist Eva Bindere, pianist Reinis Zariņš and cellist Kristīne Blaumane will perform, and on Sunday, December 12, at 3 pm, the Swedish folk music trio “Ahlberg, Ek & Roswall” will close.
Concert tickets are available “Ticket Paradise” box offices.
The concert can be attended only by persons who: have been vaccinated against Covid-19 or have contracted a Covid-19 infection in the last six months. Visitors under the age of 12 must present a certificate confirming the spread of the infection, and visitors over the age of 12 must present a certificate confirming the spread of the infection or vaccination. A face mask must be worn in the concert hall and during the whole concert visit. Seats in the hall will be located at a distance of two meters. Ticket holders need to personalize their tickets here.
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