Date and Time
Sun, 3rd Apr, 2022 at 17:00 - 19:00
‘A Journey Through Landscapes, Within and Without’
G.Francesco Malipiero: Notturno (1919) ; Il canto della lontanezza (1919)
Johannes Brahms: Sonata in A-major Opus 10
Wilhelm Stenhammar: Violin Sonata in A-minor Opus 19
JS Bach Sonata 6 in G-major BWV 1019
Daniele Rinaldo: “A pianist of extraordinary dramatic flair” (The New York Times), “one of the greatest Italian talents of his generation” (The Voice), “a memorable artist… of remarkable maturity and fantasy” (El Paìs).
The Italian pianist Daniele Rinaldo has already performed in major venues and festivals all over the world, such as “Rising Stars” in Alice Tully Hall, Chelsea Music Festival and Steinway Hall in New York, Lorin Maazel’s Castleton Festival, Wigmore Hall, Barbican, St. John’s Smith Square and St. Martin-in-the-Fields in London, Konzerthaus in Berlin as well as in the main halls of Paris, Basel, Zurich, Rome, Salzburg and Frankfurt, as well as touring extensively Italy, Germany, Scotland, Spain, Japan, Hong Kong, China and South America.
Elisabeth Zeuthen Schneider: Elisabeth studied at The Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen before continuing her studies in the USA. She has been awarded all the most prestigious prizes in Denmark including the Carl Nielsen, Jakob Gade and Sonning Foundation grants.She has been a soloist with all the major Danish orchestras, and was for a number of years Associate Concertmaster of The Royal Danish Orchestra and later The Danish National Symphony Orchestra. She was the leader of the Trinitatis Chamber Orchestra connected to the Trinitatis Church in Copenhagen, for twenty years doing all the Bach Passions and most of his cantatas with Trinitatis Cantori. She now combines her performing career with a teaching post as Professor of Violin and Chamber music at The Royal Danish Academy
of Music in Copenhagen.
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