This afternoon concert features bassoon, horn and violin soloists: In the Bassoon Sonata by Camille Saint-Saens, in which the 86-year-old composer looks back on his long life in a serene and somewhat melancholic manner; in "Nocturne" and "Cortège," two expressive character pieces for violin and piano by Lili Boulanger, who died much too young; and in a spirited "Canción" (song) by the Spanish composer Enrique Granados, adapted for horn and piano. These pieces are framed by Jean Francaix's "Schäferstündchen," in which he winkingly portrays Paris as a city of love, and Darius Milhaud's Suite for violin, clarinet and piano, which flirts rather persistently with the Brazilian samba. The "Siete Canciones populares españolas" by Manuel de Falla draw on the full range: rhythmically rousing, harmonically piquant and heartfelt songs modeled on Spanish folk music. Finally, the three movements from "Worlds beyond" by the young tenor saxophonist and composer Daniel Schnyder, who is audibly oriented toward jazz harmonies and rhythms, develop an irresistible pull.
Admission from 4 p.m.
Adult: 39 €
Children (up to and including 18 years): 19 €
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