As a member of the ECHO – European Concert Hall Organisation network, which consists of a group of prestigious concert halls across Europe, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is opening its venue and hosting the Rising Stars cycle. Throughout the musically intense day, in which admission is free, attention will be on the Rising Stars of musical interpretation and creation, to provide the public with the chance to witness the live performances of these future stars. Once again, the programme concentrates on a range of events, with performances by musicians of outstanding talent.
Jörg Widmann (n. 1973)
Air, for solo horn
Roxanna Panufnik (n. 1968)
Sonnets without words (arr. 2020)
1. Mine eye
2. Music to hear
3. Sweet Love Remember’d
Mark Simpson (n. 1988)
Nachtstück (commissioned by ECHO)
Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 – 1943)
Cello Sonata in G minor, op. 19
3rd movement: Andante (arr. Ben Goldscheider)
York Bowen (1884 – 1961)
Horn Sonata, in E-flat major, op. 101
1. Moderato expressivo
2. Poco lento maestoso
3. Allegro con spirito
Ben Goldscheider is nominated as an ECHO Rising Star by the Barbican Centre London.
15 Jan / 16:30 / Auditorium 2 / Free admission*
Talk with Ben Goldscheider, moderated by Andrea Lupi
*A valid EU COVID Digital Certificate (vaccination, testing or recovery) is mandatory to attend this event.
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