IMPORTANT NOTICE: For reasons beyond L'Auditori's control, this concert, initially scheduled for April 9, 2024 at 7 p.m., has changed its date and will be held on May 28 at the same time . Tickets already purchased will be valid.
Sergei Dogadin© Anastasia Steiner
      Narek Haknazaryan© Marco Borggreve
              Chamber Music
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              Intocables

              Sergei Dogadin & Narek Hakhnazaryan

              Ravel: Sonata


              Tue. 28-05-2024
              19:00
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              Repertoire

              Reinhold Glière: Eight pieces for violin and cello, Op. 39. Selection (1909) 12′
              Aleksey Igudesman: Flamenco Fantasy for violin (2016) 4′
              Maurice Ravel: Sonata for violin and cello, M 73 (1920-1922) 21′
              Komitas Vardapet: Apricot Tree for cello (1902-06) 3′
              Giovanni Sollima: Lamentatio for cello (2003) 4′
              Zoltán Kodály: Duo for violin and cello, Op. 7 (1914) 25′
              Johan Halvorsen: Sarabande con variazioni (1897) 9′

              ARTISTS

              Sergei Dogadin, violin
              Narek Hakhnazaryan, cello

              Programme

              The duet formed by Russian violinist Sergei Dogadin and Armenian cellist Narek Hakhnazaryan introduces us to one of the most delicate pieces in Maurice Ravel’s chamber repertoire, his Sonata in A Minor, which the French musician wrote in memory of Claude Debussy, who died five years before it was written. Suggestive and rarely performed pieces by Reinhold Glière, Zoltán Kodály, Johan Halvorsen and Komitas Vardapet share the programme with more recent works by Nathan Milstein and Giovanni Sollima, the latter for solo violin and cello respectively.

              Chamber Music
              /
              Intocables

              Sergei Dogadin & Narek Hakhnazaryan

              Ravel: Sonata


              Tue. 28-05-2024
              19:00
              Share on social networks:
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