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Beethoven 250: P. Neostus (flööt), M. Altrov (klarnet), R. Kallasmaa (oboe), J. Peäske (fagott), K. Perandi (metsasarv), A. Lonks (klaver)

Sa 18/04/2020 18:00
Kadrioru loss, Tallinn
13.50 - 17.50

Tue, 14 March at 7 pm Pärnu Concert Hall

Sat, 18 April at 6 pm Kadriorg Palace

Concert Series ”Beethoven 250”

Pipilota Neostus(flute)

Marten Altrov (clarinet)

Riivo Kallasmaa (oboe)

Jakob Peäske (bassoon)

Kreete Perandi (French horn)

Auli Lonks (piano) 

Introduction Lauri Väinmaa

Programme:

Beethoven.

Quintet for piano, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon in E flat major, op. 16

Trio for Piano, Flute and Bassoon G major WoO 37

 

The series of chamber music celebrating Beethoven's 250th anniversary ends on a thrilling note. The best young wind instrument players in Estonia will perform chamber music created by the composer for wind instruments, which has been somewhat obscured behind the beloved piano, violin and cello sonatas and trios, and sounds rather rarely. Yet this music carries Beethoven's magnanimous handwriting and is undoubtedly part of the repertoires that both the interpreters and the audience love to play and listen to.

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Beethoven 250: P. Neostus (flööt), M. Altrov (klarnet), R. Kallasmaa (oboe), J. Peäske (fagott), K. Perandi (metsasarv), A. Lonks (klaver) Sa 18/04/2020 18:00 Kadrioru loss, Tallinn 13.50 - 17.50
Venue
Kadrioru loss, Tallinn
Weizenbergi 37 Tallinn Põhja-Eesti Estonia
Promoter
SA Eesti Kontsert
Estonia pst. 4 Tallinn Harjumaa
pilet@concert.ee
Reg. no: 90012596
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