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SIGNUM saxophone quartet

Cantus firmus

chamber music
Sun 22 Jan 2017 17.00
Chamber music hall
start 17.00
expected end time 18.10

Standard €17.00

Reduction -26 €8.50

Reduction 65+ €14.45

Part of Weekendpas Bach Academie

Under 26? Enjoy 50% discount!

The saxophone: if Bach had known this instrument, he would surely have composed for it. When arranged for the saxophone, it is not only his chorales and fugues that stand up well, keyboard and chamber music also lend themselves to the experiment. For example, the four young saxophonists of Signum, whose career is really taking off, present a true evergreen, Bach’s Italian Concerto. Taking ‘theme and variations’ as a motto, they are also playing two present-day works: chorale-based sections from Maslanka’s suite Recitation Book, and the minimalist Steve Reich’s ode to the clamorous Manhattan.

programme

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Overture in C, BWV1066 (selection)
Concerto nach Italiänischem Gusto, BWV971

David Maslanka (1943)
Recitation Book (selection)

Steve Reich (1936)
New York Counterpoint

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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Overture in C, BWV1066 (selection)
Concerto nach Italiänischem Gusto, BWV971...

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performers

SIGNUM saxophone quartet: Blaz Kemperle, Erik Nestler, Alan Luzar & Guerino Bellarosa

SIGNUM saxophone quartet
Blaž Kemperle: soprano saxophone
Erik Nestler: alto saxophone
Alan Lužar: tenor saxophone
Guerino Bellarosa: baritone saxophone

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SIGNUM saxophone quartet: Blaz Kemperle, Erik Nestler, Alan Luzar & Guerino Bellarosa

SIGNUM saxophone quarte...

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Sun 22 Jan 2017 17.00
Chamber music hall
start 17.00
expected end time 18.10

Standard €17.00

Reduction -26 €8.50

Reduction 65+ €14.45

Part of Weekendpas Bach Academie

Under 26? Enjoy 50% discount!

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