BOULEZ ENSEMBLE XXII

BACH, HADDAD, STRAVINSKY

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© Matthias Baus
Fri, 31st January 2020, 19:30
Pierre Boulez Saal, Französische Straße 33 D, Berlin, Deutschland
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Artists

Boulez Ensemble
Silvia Careddu

Flute

Assaf Leibowitz

Clarinet

Gregor Witt

Oboe

Charlotte Schleiss

Oboe

Katharina Wichate

Oboe

Mor Biron

Bassoon / Contrabassoon

Florian Hanspach-Torkildsen

English horn / Heckelphone

Samuel Seidenberg

French Horn

Sebastian Posch

French Horn

Alper Coker

Trumpet

Nimrod Ron

Tuba

Jiyoon Lee

Violin

Petra Schwieger

Violin

David Moreau

Violin

Sarah Jégou-Sageman

Violin

Jamila Asgarzade

Violin

Samir Obaido

Violin

Hisham Khoury

Violin

Katrin Spiegel

Viola

Julia Clancy

Viola

Ben Voce

Viola

Sennu Laine

Violoncello

Assif Binness

Violoncello

Christoph Anacker

Double Bass

Anton Kammermeier

Double Bass

Aline Khouri

Harp

Teodoro Anzellotti

Accordion

Clemens Flick

Harpsichord

Giuseppe Mentuccia

Piano

Lev Loftus

Percussion

Dominic Oelze

Percussion

Elias Aboud

Percussion

Thomas Guggeis

Conductor

Program

Johann Sebastian Bach

Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 in F major BWV 1046

Paul Hindemith

Chamber Music No. 1 for 12 Solo Instruments Op. 24/1

Saed Haddad

Sombre for 13 Musicians

Igor Strawinsky

Concerto in E-flat for Chamber Orchestra "Dumbarton Oaks"

Duration: c.: 2h 0m

Thomas Guggeis—kapellmeister at the Stuttgart Opera since 2018 and previously Daniel Barenboim’s assistant at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden—makes his debut leading the Boulez Ensemble with the world premiere of Sombre, a new composition by Jordanian composer Saed Haddad. He also conducts Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 and works from the 1920s and 30s by Hindemith and Stravinsky—two composers strongly influenced by the music of Bach.

Promoter & ticket sales

Pierre Boulez Saal | Französische Straße 33 D, Berlin, Germany

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