Camerata Salzburg . Pjotr Anderszewski
Grosse Fuge in Bes, opus 133 Ludwig van Beethoven
Concerto voor piano en orkest nr 23 in A, KV488 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Concerto voor piano en orkest nr 17 in G, KV453 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Adagio & Fuga in c, KV546 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
music performance Camerata Salzburg
musical director Alexander Janiczek
piano Pjotr Anderszewski
introduction Jan Devlieger . 7.15pm . Blue Bar
€26, €22, €18 (basis) / €22, €18, €14 (-25/65+) / €8 (-19 jaar) Blue Hall deSingel Antwerp
The Polish piano virtuoso Piotr Anderszewski appears to be quite at home with the baton and in this concert with the Camerata Salzburg he combines the two talents, directing the orchestra from the keyboard.

He plays the solo parts in two of Mozart's masterly piano concertos. First of all No. 23, for which this Salzburg genius expanded his orchestral palette by the inclusion of a couple of clarinets with their melancholy sound. In addition, the programme includes polyphonic highlights by the two great classicists, Mozart and Beethoven. These are the 'Adagio and Fugue in C-minor' and the monumental 'Grosse Fuge' respectively, music in which each part takes an equal share. This is grist to Camerata Salzburg's mill, being an ensemble that has elevated transparency and 'attention to individualism in the overall sound' to the level of a musical philosophy.
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Agnieszka It is Piotr, not Pjotr. Looking forward to my first visit to Antwerp.
1 year ago
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