Franz Schubert – Salvatore Sciarrino

Monday 19 November 2018 - Auditorium

8.30 p.m.
© Harald Hoffman
Franz Schubert – Salvatore Sciarrino
Concert

© Harald Hoffman

The music of Salvatore Sciarrino evokes the fascinating cultures that have accumulated on Sicilian soil. It hints at the elegance and harmonious proportions of Greek sculptures, the violence and ways of Renaissance noblemen, the extravagance and anamorphosis of the Baroque and Mannerist eras. Above all, we hear in it a highly contemporary awareness of an ecology of sound and of listening. The taut, dramatic music suggests a vision of a volcanic eruption, but observed from afar, muffled. The deep, sumptuous equilibrium of the String Quintet Op. 163, Franz Schubert’s monumental composition of his final year, shares the same sense of intimacy, lyricism and variation: the themes are repeated but with slight shifts, constantly modulating the shade and light of their elements, like an endless backwards gaze. 

Quatuor Hagen

« Une musique qui résonne comme si elle venait d’une autre planète... » « Le sommet de la musicalité ! »

(Drehpunkt Kultur et Die Presse.com)

Après chaque concert du « quatuor à cordes de Salzbourg de renommée mondiale », les auditeurs conquis restent « fascinés pendant des minutes entières, plongés dans leurs pensées, quasiment immobiles, bien conscients qu’ils viennent de vivre un moment véritablement exceptionnel. En ces occasions, les mélomanes partagent « le souhait que la musique ne s’arrête jamais » a écrit un critique musical.

La saison 2018/19 va offrir aux amateurs de musique de chambre l’occasion de vivre intensément la musique, de participer à « des moments inoubliables de pure magie musicale » (Drehpunkt Kultur). Le quatuor Hagen y privilégiera Schubert tout en s'attachant au répertoire tonal fourmillant de détails de Chostakovitch, Beethoven, Dvořák et Schumann.

 

Le quatuor Hagen retrouvera le Concertgebouw d’Amsterdam, le Wigmore Hall à Londres mais aussi Bruxelles, Hambourg, Cologne et Berlin, pour ne citer que ces quelques étapes. L’ensemble sera invité au Festival de Salzbourg et aux Schubertiades d’Hohenems. La tournée asiatique le conduira au Japon, à Tokyo et Fukushima, en Chine, à Macao et à Taïwan. Il jouera aussi aux États-Unis au Carnegie Hall de New York, à Baltimore, Cincinnati, Indianapolis et Philadelphie.

L’enregistrement des quintettes à cordes de Mozart K. 387 et K. 458 a reçu en France le Diapason d'or et le Choc du magazine Classica. En Allemagne il a été élu meilleur enregistrement d’œuvres de musique de chambre des 17e et 18e siècles et s’est vu décerner le fameux prix ECHO Klassik 2016.

En 2011, le Quatuor Hagen a fêté son 30e anniversaire en signant chez Myrios Classics deux enregistrements d’œuvres de Mozart, Webern, Beethoven, Grieg et le quintette avec clarinette de Brahms (avec Jörg Widmann). Toujours en 2011, il a remporté le prix ECHO Klassik de l’Ensemble de l’année ; en 2012, la formation a été nommée membre honoraire du Konzerthaus de Vienne.

 

La Quatuor Hagen a débuté son immense carrière de près de quarante ans en 1981. Au cours des premières années, il a remporté une impressionnante série de prix dans des concours de musique de chambre prestigieux et signé un contrat d’enregistrement exclusif avec Deutsche Grammophon qui s’est traduit par la sortie de quelque quarante-cinq CD dans les vingt années qui ont suivi. Ce parcours exceptionnel a permis à la formation de tracer son sillon dans l’immensité du répertoire pour quatuors à cordes dans lequel leur marque distinctive ne cesse de briller. Leur collaboration avec de nombreux artistes tels le compositeur György Kurtág et le regretté Nikolaus Harnoncourt st tout aussi importante que leur apparition sur scène aux côtés d’interprètes comme Maurizio Pollini, Mitsuko Uchida, Sabine Meyer, Krystian Zimerman, Heinrich Schiff et Jörg Widmann.

Le répertoire concertant et discographique du Quatuor Hagen se distingue par sa programmation captivante et intelligemment ordonnée embrassant toute l’histoire du quatuor à cordes depuis les prémices pré-haydiennes jusqu’à György Kurtág. Le Quatuor Hagen travaille aussi en étroite collaboration avec des compositeurs de sa génération et interprète, outre des œuvres existantes, des œuvres de commande et des premières mondiales de nouveaux opus.

Pour de nombreux jeunes quatuors, le Quatuor Hagen est un modèle de qualité du son, de variété de style, de jeu d’ensemble et de profond respect pour les œuvres et leurs compositeurs. Les quatre interprètes sont professeurs et chargés de cours au Mozarteum de Salzbourg et à l’École supérieure de musique de Bâle. Ils donnent des master classes internationales qui leur permettent de transmettre leur immense expérience à leurs jeunes collègues.

Les membres du Quatuor Hagen jouent sur des instruments de grands maîtres luthiers italiens.

The artists

Composer
Musicians
Salvatorre Sciarrino

Salvatore Sciarrino (Palermo, 1947) boasts of being born free and not in a music school.

 

He started composing when he was twelve as a self-taught person and held his first public concert in 1962.

 

But Sciarrino considers all the works before 1966 as an developing apprenticeship because that is when his personal style began to reveal itself. There is something really particular that characterizes this music: it leads to a different way of listening, a global emotional realization, of reality as well as of one’s self. And after forty years, the extensive catalogue of Sciarrino’s compositions is still in a phase of surprising creative development. After his classical studies and a few years of university in his home city, the Sicilian composer moved to Rome in 1969 and in 1977 to Milan. Since 1983, he has lived in Città di Castello, in Umbria.

 

He has composed for: Teatro alla Scala, RAI, Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Biennale di Venezia, Teatro La Fenice di Venezia, Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova, Fondazione Arena di Verona, Stuttgart Opera Theatre, Brussels La Monnaie, Frankfurt Opera Theatre, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, London Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Suntory Hall. He has also composed for the following festivals: Schwetzinger Festspiele, Donaueschinger Musiktage, Witten, Salzburg, New York, Wien Modern, Wiener Festwochen, Berliner Festspiele Musik, Holland Festival, Alborough, Festival d’Automne (Paris), Ultima (Oslo).

He was published by Ricordi from 1969 to 2004. Since 2005, Rai Trade has had exclusive rights for Sciarrino’s works. Sciarrino’s discography is pretty extensive and counts over 100 CDs, published by the best international record labels and very often awarded and noted.

 

Apart from being author of most of his theatre opera’s librettos, Sciarrino wrote a rich production of articles, essays and texts of various genres some of which have been chosen and collected in Carte da suono, CIDIM – Novecento, 2001. Particularly important is his interdisciplinary book about musical form: Le figure della musica, da Beethoven a oggi, Ricordi 1998.

 

Sciarrino taught at the Music Academies of Milan (1974–83), Perugia (1983–87) and Florence (1987– 96). He also worked as a teacher in various specialization courses and masterclasses among which are those held in Città di Castello from 1979 to 2000 and the Lectures at Boston University. He currently teaches in the summer masterclasses at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena.

 

From 1978 to 1980, he was Artistic Director of Teatro Comunale di Bologna.

 

Academic of Santa Cecilia (Roma), Academic of Fine Arts of Bavaria and Academic of the Arts (Berlin), Sciarrino has won many awards, among the most recent are: the Prince Pierre de Monaco (2003), the prestigious Feltrinelli International Award (Premio Internazionale Feltrinelli) (2003), the Salzburg Music Prize (2006), an International Composition Price established by the Salzburg Land, the Frontiers of Knowledge Prize from the Spanish BBVA Foundation (2011), the A Life in Music Prize from the Teatro La Fenice – Associazione Rubinstein in Venice (2014), the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement from the Venice Biennale (2016).

Quatuor Hagen

“Music that sounds as if it came from another planet...” “The pinnacle of musicality!”

(Drehpunkt Kultur and Die Presse.com)

 

After recitals given by the “four world-class string players from Salzburg”, rapt audiences remain “entranced several minutes with quasi-absolute stillness in their thoughts, well aware that they have experienced something truly exceptional”, as the press has noted. On these occasions, concertgoers share “the wish that the music would never stop.”

For chamber music lovers, the 2018/2019 season thus offers a number of welcome opportunities for utter listening enjoyment – “unforgettable moments of sheer musical magic” (Drehpunkt Kultur). The Hagen Quartet will be focusing on Franz Schubert for this season. In addition, they will also be directing their attention mainly to Shostakovich, but also to Beethoven, Dvořák and Schumann with all their tonal shapes and concentrated musical details.

 

Once again, in the course of this concert season, the Hagen Quartet’s performance schedule will take them to the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Wigmore Hall London and moreover to Brussels, Hamburg, Cologne and Berlin, to name but a few. They are also guests again at the Salzburg Festival and the Schubertiade Hohenems. In Asia there will be another tour with concerts in Tokyo and Fukushima as well as concerts in China, Macao and Taiwan. The Hagen Quartet will travel to the United States for concerts at Carnegie Hall New York, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Philadelphia.

 

The Hagen Quartet’s recording featuring the Mozart String Quintets K387 and K458 was awarded the Diapason d'or and the Choc of Classica Magazine (France), as well as the coveted German ECHO Klassik Prize (2016) for the Best Chamber Music Recording of the 17th/18th Centuries.

 

In 2011, the Hagen Quartet celebrated their 30th anniversary with two recordings for Myrios Classics featuring works by Mozart, Webern, Beethoven, Grieg and the Brahms Clarinet Quintet (with Jörg Widmann). That same year, the Hagen Quartet won the ECHO Klassik Prize as Ensemble of the Year; in 2012, the quartet was named Honorary Member of the Vienna Konzerthaus.

 

The Hagen Quartet’s unprecedented 3 1/2-decade career began in 1981. Its early years, marked by a series of prizes in chamber music competitions and an exclusive recording contract with Deutsche Grammophon that was to produce around forty-five CDs over the following twenty years, enabled the group to work its way through the immensely vast repertoire for string quartet in which this ensemble’s distinctive profile has emerged. Collaborations with artistic personalities such as György Kurtág and the late Nikolaus Harnoncourt are as important to the Hagen Quartet as its concert appearances with performers including Maurizio Pollini, Mitsuko Uchida, Sabine Meyer, Krystian Zimerman, Heinrich Schiff, and Jörg Widmann.

 

The group’s concert repertoire and discography feature attractive and intelligently arranged programmes embracing the entire history of the string quartet genre, from its pre-Haydn beginnings right through to Kurtág. The Hagen Quartet also works closely with composers of its own generation: not only reviving existing works, but also commissioning and premiering new pieces.

Many young string quartets regard the Hagen Quartet as a model in terms of sound quality, stylistic variety, ensemble playing and serious commitment to the works and composers of the genre. As teachers and mentors at the Salzburg Mozarteum and the Hochschule in Basel, as well as in international masterclasses, the quartet’s members pass on their great wealth of experience to younger colleagues.

The Hagen Quartet plays on old Italian master instruments.

Carolin Widmann

A wonderfully versatile musician, Carolin Widmann’s activities span the great classical concerti, new commissions specially written for her, solo recitals, a wide variety of chamber music and play/direction performances from the violin.

 

Widmann was awarded the Bayerischer Staatspreis for music in 2017, honouring her individuality and exceptional musicianship. Widmann was also the recipient of an International Classical Music Award (Concerto category) for her critically acclaimed recording of both Mendelssohn’s and Schumann’s Violin Concertos with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, released in August 2016 by ECM and which Widmann herself conducted from the violin.

Named ‘Musician of the Year’ at the International Classical Music Awards 2013, Widmann has enjoyed collaborations with some of the world’s leading orchestras include the Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Seattle Symphony, Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Orchestre National de France, Tonhalle Zurich, Czech Philharmonic, Vienna Radio Symphony, Bayerische Rundfunk, and Sydney Symphony, with distinguished conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle, Riccardo Chailly, Sir Roger Norrington, Edward Gardner, Sakari Oramo, Vladimir Jurowski, Marek Janowski, Christoph von Dohnányi and Daniel Harding. She has also appeared at such widely known festivals as Berliner Festspiele, Salzburg, Lucerne, Festival d' Automne, Ravinia Festival and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. During the 2014-15 season, Widmann was Artist-in-Residence at the Alte Oper, Frankfurt, which included numerous recital and chamber performances and a play/direct project on gut strings with Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin. That season also saw Carolin perform the world premiere of a new violin concerto written for her by Julian Anderson, at the Southbank Centre with the London Philharmonic under Jurowski.

 

Following the release of Widmann’s critically acclaimed Mendelssohn/Schumann Concerto’s disc, the 2016/2017 season saw her give debuts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Irish Chamber Orchestra, Orquestra Sinfonia do Estado de São Paulo, Halle Orchestra, Stavanger Symphony, as well as Nuremberg Philharmonic. Widmann also premiered Michael Zev Gordon’s new violin concerto with the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Sakari Oramo.

 

Highlights of Widmann’s 2018-19 season include invitations to the Berliner Philharmoniker, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, BBC Philharmonic, RSB Orchester Berlin, London Philharmonic, Gulbenkian Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony, Orchestra della Svizzera italiana and the MDR Sinfonieorchester Leipzig. She will also perform the world premiere of Jörg Widmann’s Violin Concerto No. 2 at Suntory Hall in Tokyo and will perform the work in Europe with Orchestre de Paris and Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra under Daniel Harding and Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra at the Alte Oper under Andrés Orozco-Estrada.

 

A prolific chamber musician, Carolin appears regulary at the leading concert halls including Wigmore Hall, Bozar in Brussels, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden and the Alte Oper in Frankfurt. This season she will embark on major recital tours of North and South America, Italy and she will return to the Wiener Konzerthaus to perform an all Beethoven recital as part of their Beethoven celebrations.

 

Her discs of Schubert and Schumann sonatas received critical acclaim including the “Diapason d'Or” and the German Record Critics' Award. In 2006, Carolin Widmann's debut CD, “Reflections I,” was named “Critics' Choice of the Year” by the German Record Critics’ Award Association. Her recording of Morton Feldman’s concerto “Violin and Orchestra” with Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra under Emilio Pomarico was released in 2013.

 

Carolin Widmann was born in Munich and studied with Igor Ozim in Cologne, Michèle Auclair in Boston and David Takeno at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.

 

Since 2006, she has been professor of violin at Leipzig’s University of Music and Theatre “Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy”. Carolin Widmann plays a G.B. Guadagnini violin from 1782.

Gautier Capuçon

Gautier Capuçon is a true 21st century ambassador for the cello. Performing each season with many of the world’s foremost conductors and instrumentalists, he is also founder and leader of the Classe d’Excellence de Violoncelle at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris – based in the new Auditorium designed by Frank Gehry.  Acclaimed internationally for his expressive musicianship, exuberant virtuosity, and for the deep sonority of his 1701 Matteo Goffriller cello, Capuçon is this season’s Artist in Residence with Orquesta de Valencia.

The 2018/19 season sees Capuçon premiere a new concerto for cello and piano (Dubugnon, Eros Athanatos) with the pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet – a piece written for the duo – with symphony orchestras of West Australia, Antwerp, WDR and Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France. Elsewhere, he performs as soloist with, amongst others: the philharmonic orchestras of New York, Los Angeles, Munich and the Czech Republic; the symphony orchestras of Chicago, NHK and Sydney; Chamber Orchestra of Europe and Orchestre de Paris  As a chamber musician, he performs with Lisa Batiashvili and Jean-Yves Thibaudet on an extensive piano trio European tour, as well as appearing with recital partners Frank Braley, Gabriela Montero, Jean-Yves Thibaudet and Yuja Wang in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Walt Disney Hall, Aix en Provence and the Musikverein.

 

Throughout his career, Capuçon has developed a number of long-standing relationships. Each season he is invited by many of the world’s leading orchestras, including the philharmonic orchestras of Berlin, Vienna, Los Angeles and New York, and the symphony orchestras of Chicago, San Francisco and London. He regularly works with conductors such as Lionel Bringuier, Semyon Bychkov, Gustavo Dudamel, Charles Dutoit, Christoph Eschenbach, Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Valery Gergiev, Andris Nelsons, and Yannick Nézet-Séguin; and collaborates with contemporary composers including Lera Auerbach, Karol Beffa, Esteban Benzecry, Nicola Campogrande, Qigang Chen, Jerome Ducros, Henry Dutilleux, Thierry Escaich, Philippe Manoury, Bruno Mantovani, Krzysztof Penderecki, Wolfgang Rihm, and Jörg Widmann.  As a chamber musician, he performs annually in the major halls and festivals with partners such as Nicholas Angelich, Martha Argerich, Daniel Barenboim, Lisa Batiashvili, Frank Braley, Renaud Capuçon, Jérome Ducros, Katia and Marielle Labèque, Menahem Pressler, Jean-Yves Thibaudet and the Artemis and Ébène quartets.

 

Recording exclusively for Erato (Warner Classics), Capuçon has won multiple awards and holds an extensive discography. His latest album – Intuition - was released in 2018 and recorded with the Paris Chamber Orchestra/Douglas Boyd and Jérôme Ducros. Earlier recordings include concertos by Shostakovich (Mariinsky Orchestra/Valery Gergiev) and Saint-Saëns (Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France/Lionel Bringuier), the complete Beethoven Sonatas with Frank Braley, and Schubert’s String Quintet with the Ébène Quartet. Capuçon’s next album – a disk of Schumann works with Bernard Haitink, Martha Argerich and Renaud Capuçon - will be released in January 2019.  Elsewhere, he appears on screen and online in programmes such as The Artist Academy, Prodiges, and Now Hear This, and in 2013 Deutsche Grammophon released a DVD featuring Capuçon as soloist with the Berliner Philharmoniker and Gustavo Dudamel in a live performance of Haydn’s Cello Concerto No.1.

 

Born in Chambéry, Capuçon began playing the cello at the age of five with Augustin Lefèbvre. He studied in Paris with Philippe Muller and Annie Cochet-Zakine, and later with Heinrich Schiff in Vienna. He received several international prizes, including the First Great Prize of the André Navarra International Competition in Toulouse (France).

 

Gautier Capuçon is represented worldwide by HarrisonParrott Ltd.

Matteo Cesari

Artist, interpreter and researcher as in one, passionately keen on contemporary music, Matteo Cesari (Bologna, 1985) has played as a soloist worldwide, from Europe to China, from Australia to the United States. His musical career path has been enriched from Italy till Conservatoire de Paris and at Université Paris IV (Sorbonne), where he has obtained his doctor degree with the highest honour (congratulations from the jury) in April 2015, specialized in interpretation, research and practice, with his thesis on the interpretation of time in L'orologio di Bergson of Salvatore Sciarrino and Carceri d'Invenzione IIb of Brian Ferneyhough. Being the laureate at several other competitions, he also won the Kranichsteiner Musikpreis at Darmstadt.

He has collaborated with numerous soloists of his generation such as the singers Stéphane Degout and Barbara Hannigan, the harpists Anneleen Lenaerts and Émilie Gastaud. As a soloist he has played with BBC Scottish Orchestra and the Ensemble Intercontemporain. He has worked with some of the well-renowned composers, conductors and artists of his time such as Salvatore Sciarrino, Brian Ferneyhough, Pierre Boulez, Péter Eötvös, Matthias Pintscher, Tito Ceccherini, Ivan Fedele, Hugues Dufourt, Stefano Gervasoni, Bruno Mantovani, Michael Finnissy and Pierluigi Billone.

 

He has given quantities of masterclasses and seminars organized by the Conservatory of Shanghai (China), Tokyo University of the Arts (Japan), Monash University (Australia) and University of London (UK). On a very regular base, he works as a teaching assistant in the composition class of Salvatore at Accademia Chigiana of Siena in Italy.

Otto Katzameier

Munich bass baritone Otto Katzameier, regular guest at the Salzburger Festspiele, Lincoln Center Festival New York, Wiener Festwochen, Münchner Biennale, at festivals in Tokyo, Oslo, London, Aix-en-Provence, the Opéra National de Paris, Teatro alla Scala di Milano, Teatro la Fenice in Venice, Opéra National de Lyon, Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma, Teatro Real in Madrid etc., has made an international name for himself primarily in the contemporary repertoire. Numerous works have been and are being especially composed for him.

Salvatore Sciarrino has already written three operas and a concert cycle for him. In 2017 the versatile artist made his highly regarded conducting debut at the Staatsoper Berlin with Aribert Reimann's "Gespenstersonate". Upcoming projects are the premiere of the opera "Violetter Schnee" by Beat Furrer under the direction of Matthias Pintscher and Claus Guth, and the premiere of the reworking of Jörg Widmann's "Babylon" directed by Daniel Barenboim and Andreas Kriegenburg, both at the Staatsoper Berlin, the premiere of "Thérèse by Philipp Maintz at the Salzburger Osterfestspielen and the Hamburgischen Staatsoper, for which he wrote the libretto, and in which he will also sing the role of "Laurent", as well as a concert tour with "Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen" by Gustav Mahler and directed by Maxime Pascal. 

Christian Dierstein

Christian Dierstein has established himself among the most interesting performers in the contempory music of our time. He studied under Bernhard Wulff at the Freiburg Musikhochschule and under Gaston Sylvestre in Paris. He is the winner of numerous competitions and received scholarships from the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes and the Akademie Schloß Solitude, Stuttgart.

 

He is the percussionist of the Ensemble recherche since 1988.

 

Together with Marcus Weiss and Nic Hodges he forms the trio accanto. In addition to his performances of new music, he has focused on non-European music and free improvisation.

He has given solo concerts throughout Europe. In the season 2010/11 he was one of the "Rising Stars" from the European Concert Hall Organisation.Important appearances include: Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Athens, Berliner Festspiele, Brussel Festival, Donaueschinger Musiktage,  Huddersfield Festival, Lucerne Festival, Monday evening concerts Los Angeles, Rachmaninov Hall Moskau, Festival d'Autome Paris, Ircam Paris, Rome, Salzburg Festival, Schleswig Holstein Festival, Suntory Hall Tokyo, Wien Modern, Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik, Zürich Festival für neue Musik and others.

 

He has recorded for several labels including Kairos, col legno, Stradivarius, Winter & Winter, neon and his recordings have been the recipients of numerous awards.

 

Christian Dierstein works together regulary with several of the greatest living composers, figures such as Hans Abrahamsen, Beat Furrer, Hugues Dufourt, Helmut Lachenmann, Rebecca Saunders, Salvatore Sciarrino.

 

Since 2001 he is Professor for percussion and new chamber music at the Hochschule für Musik in Basel, Switzerland.

 

He gave masterclasses in Buenos Aires, Berlin, Chicago, Los Angeles, Genf, Madrid, Moskau, New York, Oslo, Peking, Valencia, Tiflis and others. Since 2008 he is one of the percussion tutor of the Darmstädter summer courses, since 2011 he is the percussion tutor of the Impuls academy in Graz, since 2014 regular guest teacher in Madrid and 2017 tutor of the Luzern academy.

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Monday 19 November 2018
8.30 p.m. - Auditorium

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Programme

World premiere by Salvatore Sciarrino

Hagen Quartet - Otto Katzameier, baritone

Gautier Capuçon, cello - Carolin Widmann, violin

Matteo Cesari, flute - Christian Dierstein, percussion

 

 

SALVATORE SCIARRINO

Six Capricci for solo violin

 

SALVATORE SCIARRINO

Immagine Fenicia for solo flute

 

SALVATORE SCIARRINO
Venere che le Grazie la fioriscono for solo flute

 

SALVATORE SCIARRINO

Stupori, World premiere for flute, baritone, violin and percussion

Commissioned by the Fondation Louis Vuitton

 

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FRANZ SCHUBERT

String quartet Op.163

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