Close-up: portretconcert Liviu Prunaru
Concertmaster Liviu Prunaru and colleagues from the Concertgebouw Orchestra play Dvořák's Terzetto and Tchaikovsky's string sextet Souvenir de Florence. A late Romantic masterpiece full of Mozartian elegance and Italian lilt.
Concertmaster Liviu Prunaru surrounds himself with like-minded fellow string players for a concert with two highlights of romantic chamber music. Dvořák's Terzetto owes its strange instrumentation to the fact that it was written for a chemistry student who lived in an adjoining room and took violin lessons there. The performance with Dvořák himself on viola was not performed, because the Terzetto proved too difficult for an amateur. But Dvořák loved this light-hearted work, and rightly so. Speaking of light-hearted: three years later Tchaikovsky wrote his sextet Souvenir de Florence , a late Romantic masterpiece full of Mozartian elegance and Italian lilt.
In the chamber music series Close-up, musicians from the Concertgebouw Orchestra play self-composed programs in the Recital Hall. These are all special one-off concerts that cannot be heard anywhere else. The way to experience the individual qualities of the orchestra musicians! The intimate concerts are organized by the Friends of the Concertgebouw and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
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