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Greatest Adagios

Daan Vandewalle & Keiko Shichijo

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Sun 24 Feb 2019 -18.00
Concert hall
start 18.00
expected end time 20.15

Standard €22.00

Reduction -26 €11.00

Reduction 65+ €19.80

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Slow Schubert movements meet the frugality of Feldman

Deceptive emptiness and daring austerity. In his music, Morton Feldman manages to create a hypnotic effect on the listener by paring back the action. Between progression and stillstand, the secret of Feldman's music touches on the secret of time itself. Pianist Daan Vandewalle couples Feldman with Schubert adagios.

programme

Morton Feldman (1926-1987)
Two Pianos (1957)
Palais de Mari (1986)

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Adagio In G, D178 (1815)

Morton Feldman
Piano (1977)
Piano Three Hands (1957)

Franz Schubert
Adagio in As from Piano Sonata nr. 19, D958 (1828)

Morton Feldman
Three Pieces for Piano (1954)
Last Pieces (1959)

Franz Schubert
Adagio in E, D612 (1818)

Morton Feldman
Piano Four Hands (1958)

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Morton Feldman (1926-1987)
Two Pianos (1957)
Palais de Mari (1986)

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Adagio In G, D1...

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performers

Daan Vandewalle: piano
Keiko Shichijo: piano

Sun 24 Feb 2019 -18.00
Concert hall
start 18.00
expected end time 20.15

Standard €22.00

Reduction -26 €11.00

Reduction 65+ €19.80

Ticket sales for performances in November and onward will begin at a later date. We will inform you of the start of sales via our newsletter (register at the bottom of this page), this website and our social media pages.

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