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Jos van Immerseel

Beethoven’s keyboards #2

keyboard
Sun 25 Oct 2020 -14.00
Sales starts on Aug 31, 2020
Concert hall stage
start 14.00

B - Standaard €28.00

Reduction -26 €14.50

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.

The sound in Beethoven’s ears

Beethoven closely followed the evolution of Viennese keyboard instruments. Jos van Immerseel – who celebrates his 75th birthday this year – celebrates Beethoven’s 250th birthday with the composer’s finest music from the period 1795 to 1804. The central question here is: What did Beethoven think? For this diptych, Van Immerseel chose a copy of a Walter pianoforte, on which everything ‘from the deepest depths to the highest highs’ is exactly how it should be. Among other works, six sonatas will be cast in a fresh light.

programme

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Marcia funebre sulla morte d’un Eroe, opus 26
Grand Sonata ‘Pastoral’ no.15 in D major, opus 28
Andante in F major WoO57 (originally intended to be part of the Waldstein Sonata, opus 53)
Piano Sonata no.18 in E-flat major, opus 31 no.3

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Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Marcia funebre sulla morte d’un Eroe, opus 26
Grand Sonata ‘Pastoral’ no.15 i...

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performers

Jos van Immerseel: Walter pianoforte (copy Christopher Clarke)

Sun 25 Oct 2020 -14.00
Sales starts on Aug 31, 2020
Concert hall stage
start 14.00

B - Standaard €28.00

Reduction -26 €14.50

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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