SUBLIME – Chamber Music Concert

SUBLIME – Chamber Music Concert

The opening concert of Ensemble Trivium’s 2022 season will soothe your soul, calm your mind and delight your eardrums. A perfect start to a year of renewed optimism and hope!

Let us lift your spirits with one of Haydn’s sublime op. 5 quartets for flute and string trio.

Immerse yourself in the exotic and sensual world of Debussy’s Six Epigraphes Antiques. Originally composed for piano for four hands, in this concert you’ll hear a masterful transcription for flute and string trio. You may recognise the first four movements which are derived from Les Chansons de Bilitis, composed 15 years earlier as incidental music for poems by Debussy’s friend Pierre Louÿs.

Escape to the splendours of the countryside with Dvořák’s famous and much loved American quartet. Delighting in a summer vacation and family reunion in rural Spillville/Iowa, he sketched this masterpiece in only three days. Hear a unique version with the flute replacing the first violin in an arrangement done by members of the Berlin Philharmonic.

HAYDN Quartet in G major, Hob II:1, no.4
DEBUSSY Six Épigraphes Antiques (arr. Bernard Chapron)
DVOŘÁK Quartet in F major op.96 ‘American’ (arr. Stephan Koncz/Emmanuel Pahud)

Monika Koerner, flute
Anne Horton, violin
Yoko Okayasu, viola
György Déri, cello

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