Amandine Beyer, violin, director

18.08.19 | 22:00 h

 Espai Ter concert hall, 8.00 pm  Introductory lecture to the concert programme by Amandine Beter and Baldomero Barciela.

"Wisdom, the only freedom"(Seneca, Epistulae 37, 4)

Amandine Beyer
Amandine Beyer
Gli Incogniti
Gli Incogniti

Amandine Beyer, violin, director | Neven Lesage and Gabriel Pidoux, oboes | Théo Suchanek and Cyril Vittecoq, horns | Alejandro Pérez Marín, bassoon | Alba Roca, Natalie Carducci, Flavio Losco, Katia Viel and Vadym Makarenko, violins | Marta Páramo and Ottavia Rausa, violas | Baldomero Barciela, viola da gamba | Marco Ceccato and Rebeca Ferri, cellos | Anna Fontana, harpsichord


Tempora mutantur

Haydn: Symphony no. 47 in G major “Palindrome”, Hob. I:47 / Concerto for violin, harpsichord and strings in F major, Hob. VIII:6 / Concerto for violin in G major, Hob. VIIa:4 / Symphony no. 64 in A major “Tempora mutantur”, Hob. I:64

After the enjoyable game of hide-and-seek in search of works correctly or mistakenly attributed to Bach, which was last summer’s concert by French violinist Amandine Beyer and her ensemble Gli Incogniti, the group return to the Torroella Festival as a larger chamber orchestra to give a concert of works by Joseph Haydn. They will play two of his symphonies and two concerti, one of these a double concerto for violin and harpsichord.

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