philharmonie zuidnederland | Bach met Brunello

Tonight, the Italian conductor and cellist Mario Brunello introduces his compatriot to you, the violinist Giuliano Carmignola, from Venice. “In Italy, he has the status of, say, a rock star”, Brunello stated in an interview.

Passion for the classics
A critic of the BBC Music Magazine lauded Carmignola for his “rich immersion and delicate expression”. Tonight, the two of them will play Mozart’s sparkling but profound Sinfonia Concertante. Quite remarkable, as Brunello will play the score originally written for the viola on his own (17th-century) cello. And add to that Haydn’s 49th Symphony, La Passione―what’s in a name―and Bach’s most beautiful Brandenburg Concertos.

When

  • Thursday the 5th of March 2020at 20:00

Prices

  • €21.00

Location