Amsterdam Sinfonietta mit Lucas & Arthur Jussen

unter der Leitung von Candida Thompson
Amsterdam Sinfonietta Candida Thompson Conductor Lucas & Arthur Jussen Piano
Arvo Pärt „These Words ...“ für Streichorchester und Schlagzeug Fazil Say „Anka Kuşu (Phoenix)“ - Konzert für Klavier zu vier Händen und Kammerorchester op. 97 (2020) Pause Franz Schubert Allegro für Klavier zu vier Händen a-Moll D 947 („Lebensstürme“) Gustav Mahler Adagio Fis-Dur aus der Sinfonie Nr. 10, bearbeitet von P. Ish-Hurwitz

Lucas and Artur Jussen, our celebrated Artists in Residence 2021/22, are coming to visit us! They are travelling with the Amsterdam Sinfonietta and will perform a commissioned work by the Turkish composer and pianist Fazıl Say, who has also been Artist in Residence with us. „Anka Kuşu“ is about the Persian mythical creature Simurgh, a bird that seems to be related to the western Phoenix. The virtuoso piano concerto is full of oriental rhythms. Before that, Arvo Pärt's „These words...“ will be heard, a musical prayer that is meant to dissuade people from committing crimes and to protect them from human weaknesses. The Amsterdam Sinfonietta will conclude the programme with the Adagio from Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 10, the composer's last unfinished work, a lament about his wife Alma's infidelity. Schubert's four-hand Allegro „Lebensstürme“ fits thematically perfectly in between.

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