Arnold SCHÖNBERG / arr. R. Bischof – “Kristallnacht” Fuge
Mario Hossen – Violin, Maria Dolores Gaitan-Piano, Frédéric Audibert – Cello
Gabriel PIERNE – “Voyage au pays du tender”
Floraleda Sacchi – Harp, Mario Carbotta – Flute, Jacqueline Preys – Violin, Marta Potulska –Viola, Anton Niculescu – Cello
Paul DUKAS – Variations, interlude et Finale über ein Thema von Rameau
Victoria Vassilenko – Piano
Claude DEBUSSY – Violoncello Sonata
Anton Niculescu – Cello, Emanuela Piemonti -Piano
Cesar FRANCK – Piano Quintet
Ivan Martin – Piano, Mario Hossen- Violin, Jacqueline Preys – Violin, Gerard Causse – Viola, Sandro Laffranchini- Cello
Masterpieces of French and Austrian modernism
On July 6 the audience of Varna Summer IMF will have the chance to listen to rarely performed masterpieces of French modernism and European composers influenced by it. The concert will take place at the City Art Gallery and it is the third scene musical event in the program of the International Symposium. This final of a series of concerts dedicated to French modernism will combine the virtuosity of European performers on harp, flute, violin, viola, piano and violoncello. The audience will hear the interpretations of Victoria Vassilenko, Floraleda Sacchi, Mario Carbotta, Jacqueline Preys, Marta Potulska, Anton Niculescu, Emanuela Piemonti, Ivan Martin, Gerard Causse, Sandro Laffranchini.
Arnold Schönberg ‘s “Kristallnacht” Fuge, arranged by Rainer Bischof, will be performed. The favourite of the festival audience, the violinist Mario Hossen, together with the pianist Maria Dolores Gaitan and the cellist Frédéric Audibert will delight the attendees with their interpretation of the masterpiece.
The program of the concert includes also the Piano Quintet by Cesar Franck, Debussy’s Violoncello Sonata, Variations by Paul Dukas and “Voyage au pays du tender” by Gabriel Pierne.
The concert is part of the International Symposium, dedicated in 2022 to French modernism. The attendees will have the unique opportunity to listen to Prof. Hartmut Krones, Lily Goleminova and other notable researchers of music culture from France, Bulgaria, Switzerland and Austria. The theorists will analyse the style and works of French modernist composers, their relationship with the New Viennese school and the influence of the French school on the music of Bulgarian composers.