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Verbier Festival - SEONG-JIN CHO

Kulturell, Freizeit und Unterhaltung, Festival, Konzert, Klassische Musik Um Verbier
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  • Pianist Seong-Jin Cho explores the theme and variations genre, from Georg Friedrich Händel to Sofia Gubaidulina, via two masterpieces of the romantic period.

  • Suite No. 5 in E major is the most well-known of the sixteen harpsichord suites left by Händel, himself a keyboard virtuoso. Its fame comes from the suite’s theme and variations final movement, known as, “The Harmonious Blacksmith.”
    Brahms was fascinated by the variation genre and used it widely. His Variations on a Theme of Händel, Op. 24 are considered to be his greatest achievement in the genre, with its rigorous construction and creativity of imagination.
    Schumann’s Symphonic Etudes,...
    Suite No. 5 in E major is the most well-known of the sixteen harpsichord suites left by Händel, himself a keyboard virtuoso. Its fame comes from the suite’s theme and variations final movement, known as, “The Harmonious Blacksmith.”
    Brahms was fascinated by the variation genre and used it widely. His Variations on a Theme of Händel, Op. 24 are considered to be his greatest achievement in the genre, with its rigorous construction and creativity of imagination.
    Schumann’s Symphonic Etudes, Op. 13 conceal behind their title a theme and its twelve variations. A work of masterly architecture and orchestral sonorities, and of extreme virtuosity, it plays out as a dramatic crescendo, from an initial funeral march to a victorious march.

    Ticketverkauf in Gotham Coworking : 09:00 Uhr - 17:00 Uhr
    Rue de Médran 12, 1936 Verbier
  • Gesprochene Sprachen
    • Englisch
  • der 25. Juli 2023
  • Voller Preis
    Von 50 CHF bis zu 80 CHF
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Zeitplan
Zeitplan
  • der 25. Juli 2023 von 11:00 bis 12:45
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