»Schlossmusik auf Gödens«



»Schlossmusik auf Gödens«

Midori Seiler (© Annemone Taake)|Andreas Staier (© Josep Molina)

Midori Seiler (© Annemone Taake)|Andreas Staier (© Josep Molina)

Friday , 13.09.19 - 8:00 pm

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A Major KV 526, Adagio H Minor KV 540
Franz Schubert: Sonata for Violin and Piano D Major D 384, Nr. 1 and Nr. 3 out of Moments Musicaux D 780, Sonata for Violin and Piano A Major D 574

Little more than four decades lay between the births of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Franz Schubert, but this period was to become one of the most eventful epochs in music history. In Vienna, the unequalled embodiment of a musical metropolis, the transformation from the classical to the romantic period was completed — and seen from today’s perspective, Mozart and Schubert, respectively, are outstanding representatives of these two periods. Midori Seiler and Andreas Staier have chosen a representative sample from the chamber music compositions of Mozart and Schubert. With their strong sense of authenticity, they make this time of change tangible, a period when the traditions of the First Viennese School were questioned and the path to the romantic period was paved. A summit meeting of two celebrated representatives of historical performance practise who utilise their supreme technical finesse to draw a wealth of tonal colours and nuances from their instruments to culminate in a highly expressive, vibrant and most inspiring interpretations.

Midori Seiler Violin
Andreas Staier Fortepiano

Tickets: Einheitspreis € 35 (erm. € 28)

in cooperation with Landkreis Friesland
supported by Barthel Stiftung

Bus-Shuttle Bremen - Sande/Friesland - Bremen:
Departure Domsheide: 18:00 Uhr
Beginning of the concert: 20:00 Uhr
Departure concert location: ca. 22:00 Uhr
Arrival Domsheide: ca. 23:15 Uhr
Fare round trip: 17 EUR
Tickets at »Ticket-Service in der Glocke« (0421 / 33 66 99, Monday to

Friday 10-18 o'clock, on Saturday 10-15 o'clock); ask any questions at

»Musikfest-Hotline« (0421 / 33 66 77.)