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Jos van Immerseel

Beethoven’s keyboards #1

keyboard
Sun 25 Oct 2020 -11.00
Concert hall stage
start 11.00
expected end time 12.30

standard rate €28.00

Reduction -26 €14.50

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Mature works by a thirty-something

‘It is my motto to play on a good instrument, or not at all,’ wrote Beethoven in 1810. Jos van Immerseel, who celebrates his 75th birthday this year, therefore cast a critical eye over Beethoven’s keyboard works: Which work was created when? And on which keyboard? After all, Immerseel does know the qualities of a good historical instrument better than anyone. When he tried Antwerp’s original Conrad Graf pianoforte at the beginning of his long career, he said it was ‘as if I was learning to play the piano again’.

programme

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Piano Sonata no.9 in E major, opus 14 no.1
Piano Sonata no.10 in G major, opus 14 no.2
Rondo in G major, opus 51 no.2
Piano Sonata ‘Quasi una Fantasia’ no.14 in C minor, opus 27 no.2

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Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Piano Sonata no.9 in E major, opus 14 no.1
Piano Sonata no.10 in G major, opu...

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performers

Jos van Immerseel: Walter pianoforte (copy Christopher Clarke)

Sun 25 Oct 2020 -11.00
Concert hall stage
start 11.00
expected end time 12.30

standard rate €28.00

Reduction -26 €14.50

We will inform you via our newsletter (register at the bottom of this page), this website and our social media pages.

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