It is a special chamber music collection for especially curious and selective listeners. We will explore the abilities of cello in solo, duo and trio contexts.
The master of experiments A. Lukoszevieze (United Kingdom), interested in Fluxus movement, improvisations and avant-garde, remains loyal to this direction and presents his audiovisual performance.
The role of the duo is mostly explored in the classic combination of cello and piano. R. Kalnėnaitė and D. Stulgytė will combine J. S. Bach with A. Piazzola, Armonas USS Duo will present the finest Lithuanian composers’ pieces, filled with the local flair whilst Duo Urba together with the works of C. Saint Saëns and S. Rachmaninov will surprise us by performing the rarely heard A. Schnittke‘s piece. The programme of Guarneri Cello Duet that consists of two cellos will reveal the instrumental dialogue in the works of F. Chopin, A. Geringas, N. Paganini and others.
Music written for trios will be performed by Ensemble Schönbrunn Amsterdam. Here the cello instrument together with the flute and harpsichord will aim to transform the image of J. S. Bach’s music, demonstrating the authentic ancient music performance style that deeply interest contemporary audiences world-wide.
“Bach in a Different Key”
5 pm, Chapel of St Francis of Assisi
Ensemble Schönbrunn Amsterdam (The Netherlands):
Marten Root (flute), Viola de Hoog (cello), Menno van Delft (harpsichord)
Programme: Johann Sebastian Bach
“Dances for Cello”
5 pm, Pranas Domšaitis Gallery
Ramutė Kalnėnaitė (cello)
Daiva Stulgytė (piano)
Programme: Johann Sebastian Bach, Joseph Haydn, Ástor Piazzolla, Vinzenz Emanuel Koželuch, Piotr Tchaikovsky, Sergei Prokofiev, David Popper, Enrique Granados, Francis Poulenc, Faustas Latėnas
5 pm, Conference Hall of the I. Simonaitytė Public Library
Anton Lukoszevieze (cello, United Kingdom)
5 pm, Ground Floor Foyer of the Klaipėda Concert Hall
Armonas Uss Duo: Rimantas Armonas (cello), Irena Uss (piano)
Programme: Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis, Vytautas Barkauskas, Jurgis Juozapaitis, Bronius Kutavičius, Anatolijus Šenderovas, Vytautas Germanavičius
“Conversation with Cello”
5 pm, Concert Hall of KU Academy of Arts
Duo Urba: Marius Urba (cello, Lithuania / Germany), Vita Kan (piano, Germany)
Programme: Sergei Rachmaninov, Camille Saint-Saëns, Alfred Schnittke, Nikolai Kapustin
“Antique Instruments – Modern Sound”
5 pm, Exhibition Hall of the Klaipėda Clock Museum
Guarneri Cello Duo: Vytautas Sondeckis (cello, Lithuania / Germany), Sven Forsberg (cello, Sweden / Germany)
Programme: Johann Sebastian Bach, Luigi Boccherini, Niccolò Paganini, Alex Geringas, Cæcilie Norby, Frédéric Chopin, Johan Halvorsen