These recitals will be exclusively broadcast (deferred) here and at the remaining digital platforms of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation throughout the day.
With a wide variety of different instruments from body percussion through bells to the vibraphone, percussionist Vanessa Porter creates hypnotic soundscapes ranging from delicate beauty to violent eruptions. She also integrates electronic sounds into her playing – and a new work commissioned from the important composer Georges Aperghis.
Vanessa Porter Percussion
FOLIES À DEUX
Appendice alla perfezione, for 14 bells
?Corporel, for percussionist on his body
Anvil Chorus, for Set-up
The Messenger *
Shapes, for vibraphon
Le corps à corps, for zarb and voice
Alexander Sandi Kuhn
À Deux, for vibraphon
The sounds between the pieces are composed by Vanessa Porter and created by Daniel Mudrack. The sounds are mainly recorded with percussion instruments by Vanessa Porter.
* Commissioned by Kölner Philharmonie (KölnMusik) and Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, with the support of ECHO.
Vanessa Porter was nominated by the Kölner Philharmonie (KölnMusik) and Festspielhaus Baden-Baden.
What an entry into the world of classical music! In 2012 Daniel Barenboim gave Cristina Gómez Godoy, then just turned 21, a position in his Staatskapelle Berlin, where she now plays the solo oboe. Since then, the young virtuoso, who was born in the Spanish town of Linares, fills her free days playing with other world-class orchestras like the Berlin Philharmonic, or in a witty chamber-music ensemble alongside Daniel Barenboim, Guy Braunstein or Claire Huangci.
Cristina Gómez Godoy Oboe
Sara Ferrández Viola
Mario Häring Piano
Sonata for Oboe and Piano, in D major, op. 166
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Trio in E-flat major, K. 498, Kegelstatt
Preludes from Book 1 (selection)
Serenade in F minor, op. 73
This other Eden *
* Commissioned by L’Auditori Barcelona and Palau de la Música Catalana, with the support of ECHO.
Cristina Gómez Godoy was nominated by L’Auditori Barcelona and Palau de la Música Catalana.
Diana Tishchenko, born in Crimea in 1990, stood out from the flood of talented young violinists at an early age. As the trade magazine The Strad put it: she has »the ability to captivate the audience with her strong personality and her impressive gestures«. The members of the international Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra agreed: they chose her as the youngest concertmaster of all time.
Diana Tishchenko Violin
José Gallardo Piano
Violin Sonata in G minor
A Box of Darkness with a Bird in its Heart, for solo violin *
Violin Sonata in A major
* Commissioned by Casa da Música and Cité de la Musique – Philharmonie de Paris, with the support of ECHO.
Diana Tishchenko was nominated by Casa da Música and Cité de la Musique – Philharmonie de Paris.
It all began as an experiment at the Frankfurt College of Music, where four highly musical young people met, and then matured in the next ten years into one of the biggest hopes among the young generation of string quartets. The Aris Quartett has already walked off with a whole number of major prizes, including no fewer than five awards at the ARD Music Competition.
Anna Katharina Wildermuth Violin
Noémi Zipperling Violin
Caspar Vinzens Viola
Lukas Sieber Cello
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervánszky, op. 28
String Quartet No. 8, in C minor, op. 110
String Quartet No. 3, in D major, op. 44 No. 1
* Commissioned by Elbphilharmonie Hamburg and Konzerthaus Dortmund, with the support of ECHO.
Aris Quartett was nominated by Elbphilharmonie Hamburg and Konzerthaus Dortmund.
James Newby has skyrocketed into the world of classical singing. Be it in an intimate song recital or on the big opera stage, be as the clown Papageno, the demonic Erlkönig or the desperate Wanderer – prizes and panegyrics have been showered on the 26-year-old British singer, who moves with ease between characters and genres. Only last season, he was the BBC's »New Generation Artist«, and he has also been a member of the ensemble at the Hanover State Opera since 2019.
James Newby Baritone
Marcelo Amaral Piano
6 Lieder, op. 13
Kerner-Lieder, op. 35
James Newby was nominated by The Barbican Centre.
As a member of the ECHO (European Concert Hall Organization) network, featuring a group of prestigious concert halls in Europe, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation once again hosts the Rising Stars series. Throughout a musically intense day, filled with deferred broadcasts recorded at the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, the focus is on the new talents of contemporary musical creation and interpretation. As always, the programme is centred around a diversity of languages and performances by musicians of exceptional talent.
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