OBC Chamber Music

OBC CHAMBER MUSIC 9

MUSIC FOR A EUROPE IN TURMOIL

  • Dates 21 May 2019
  • Hall Hall 2 Oriol Martorell
  • Cycle OBC Chamber Music

A successor of the Baroque ensemble for two violins and cello, the string trio of violin, viola ‎and cello is a very common arrangement in chamber music. This concert features some string ‎trios by composers from Eastern Europe during the first half of the 20th century. Some ‎composers are well known and are important milestones in the creation of their time, such as ‎Enescu, Kodály and Martinů. Noteworthy are the works of the composers Hans Krása and ‎Gideon Klein. Both written in 1944, these works were their last since they were murdered ‎during the Nazi holocaust in the extermination camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau.‎

ENESCU: Aubade
KODALY: Intermezzo
KRÁSA: Passacaglia & Fugue
KLEIN: Trio
MARTINŮ: Trio No. 2, H. 238‎

Anca Ratiu, violin ‎
Christine de Lacoste, viola ‎
Jean-Baptiste Texier, cello

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