Concert programs of the ensemble "Semper-musica"

Concert programs:

"In the name of Clara"

R. Schumann - Quartet op.47 Es-dur for piano, violin, viola and cello

I. Brahms - Quartet №1 g-moll op.25 for piano, violin, viola and cello

The program is composed of works by romantics composers. This genre is easy for anyone to listen to, regardless of age, musical tastes and degree of preparedness. The kaleidoscopic nature of the images and moods in Schumann’s music is replaced by the expression of the Brahms quartet, one of the vertices of romantic music - beloved by both listeners and musicians. Connoisseurs will be able to hold creative parallels, and lovers will spend an unforgettably pleasant evening in a cozy hall, enjoying the beautiful music.

"The music of old Vienna"

If there are holiday cities in the world, then Vienna is undoubtedly one of them. We invite listeners to make an imaginary journey, and transfer to Vienna a couple of centuries ago. Simplicity and sophistication, depth of thought, sincerity of feelings, as well as ease of perception are the hallmarks of the music style of the great Viennese classics.

In a programme:

VAMozart - Divertimento Es-dur, K.563 for violin, viola and cello

H. Haydn - Trio No. 1 G-dur, op.53 for violin, viola and cello

F. Schubert - Trio No. 1 in B flat major D.471 for violin, viola and cello

L. van Beethoven - Trio c-moll, op.9 No. 3 for violin, viola and cello

"For three persons… "

("Serenada tre", threesome serenade)

The program includes musical "wonders" created by famous composers in the popular serenade genre, which are not often heard in concert performance.

.In a programme:

Ludwig van Beethoven - Serenade D-dur, op.8 for violin, viola and cello

Ernö Donanji - Serenade C-dur, op.10 for violin, viola and cello

George Enescu - Morning Serenade for Violin, Viola and Cello

Zoltan Kodai - Intermezzo for violin, viola and cello

The mysterious Russian soul (or "Encyclopedia of the Russian soul")

Masterpieces of Russian Chamber Music

M.I.Glinka - Pathetic Trio in D Minor for Piano, Violin and Cello (1827)

S.V. Rakhmaninov - The Elegiac Trio in G Minor for Piano, Violin and Cello (1892)

N.A.Rimsky-Korsakov - Trio in C Minor for Piano, Violin and Cello (1897)

"Oh, Mozart, you are the light! ..."

VAMozart - Preludes and Fugues, K.404a for violin, viola and cello

VAMozart - Divertimento Es-dur, K.563 for violin, viola and cello

"Good night"

JS Bach: Goldberg variations for string trio

The author's title is “Aria and 30 variations for clavier, otherwise they are also called Goldberg Variations.” According to legend, they were written by Bach for the Russian envoy’s bedroom envoy Hermann Karl von Keyzerling. since he suffered from insomnia. The Goldberg variations are one of the most significant works of all that have been created in the entire history of academic music.

"Seven last words of our Savior on the Cross"

Joseph Haydn - Quartet for 2 violins, viola and cello op.51

The theme of the Passion of the Lord is dominant in European culture, and unites representatives of all areas of art in search of sacred meanings of life and death.

Masterpieces and Premieres ("The Musical Feeling of Genius")

Frank Martin (1890 - 1974) - Quintet for piano, 2 violins, viola and cello

Robert Schumann - Piano Quintet, op.44

"Lux aeterna - Eternal Light"

Requiem of V.A. Mozart in transcription for string quartet.

"One against fate." Ludwig van Beethoven.

In a programme:

Scottish and Irish folk songs by Beethoven in the art for voice with violin, cello and piano

Romance number 2 for violin and piano

10 variations on the theme of Wenzel Muller's song "Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu"

Trio op.1 No.2 G-dur for violin, cello and piano

Dedication to Svyatoslav Richter

The program includes chamber music from the repertoire of the great pianist.

I. Brahms - Quartet No.1, Op.25 for piano, violin, viola and cello

F. Schubert - A-dur Quintet D.667, op.post.114 Trout Quintet for piano, violin, viola, cello and double bass.

"In a light genre ..."

The concert program was compiled in the best traditions of salon music making in the 19th century aristocratic living rooms from works by serious Western European composers of the Romantic era, written in the genre of divertissement and miniature.

The program includes music by Schubert, Schumann, Grieg, Paganini, Brahms, Dvorak and others.

"Tales of fishermen and fish"

The community of music and literature gave the world priceless pearls.

G.Venyavsky - "Legend" for violin and piano

L. Janacek - "Fairy Tale" for cello and piano

R.Shuman - "Fairy-Tale Paintings" for viola and piano

F. Schubert - "Trout" quintet for piano, violin, viola, cello and double bass op. 114

"Three geniuses of romantic music - three worlds, three destinies"

J. Brahms - Sonata №1 e-moll for cello and piano

S.Frank - A-dur Sonata for Violin and Piano

F.Mendelson Trio No 1 d-moll, op.49 for piano, violin and cello

"Masterpieces and Premieres"

- the author's project, conceived as an opportunity, on a par with the recognized gems of the world classics, to give new life at concert venues to undeservedly forgotten, or completely unknown to a wide range of listeners, works, and even more so to be worthy presented to the public.

In a programme:

F.Mendelssohn Trio No 2 c-moll, op.66

N.Gade "Novelette" a-moll, op.29

K.Sharvenka Trio No 2 a-moll, op.45

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