Colmar International Festival : Emmanuel Pahud and the Berliner Strings

" The largest classical music festival in Alsace. "

TRAVERSE FLUTE : EMMANUEL PAHUD VIOLIN : MAJA AVRAMOVIC VIOLA : JOAQUÍN RIQUELME GARCÍA Don't miss this prestigious evening! Emmanuel Pahud and three of his friends from the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra - you'll pardon the pun! - invite us to an extraordinary concert. Whether it's Mozart's quartets for flute and strings or Dvorák's famous American Quartet, presented here in a marvellous transcription for flute and strings, it is above all the spirit of sharing and complicity that these musicians invite us to discover with them. This unique pleasure that these instrumentalists - accustomed to playing in the world's most famous orchestra - take in playing chamber music together. It's a pleasure that's sure to be infectious! PROGRAM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Quartet for flute and strings No. 1 K. 285 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Quartet for flute and strings No. 3 K. Anh 171/285b Antonín Dvorák, String Quartet No. 12 Op. 96 "American" B. 179 (transcription for flute and string trio by Stephan Koncz)

Additional information
  • Duration of the visit : 2h
  • Prices : Category Gold: 58€ - Category 1: 45€ - Category 2: 35€ - Category 2 youth: 35€ - Category 3: 20€ - Category 3 youth: 10€
  • Type d'évènement, exposition : Music festival
  • Lieu/Départ de la manifestation : Eglise St- Matthieu
  • Stationnement pour véhicules : Less than 200 m from a free public car park, Less than 200 m from a paying public car park
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