Saturday night won’t be the first time we see Quatuor Danel on stage this festival, but it is the first time that we put them right in the spotlight, even though another soloist joins them. Or four in fact. You’re welcome!
Four times Quatuor Danel plays with four widely differing soloists and four completely different classical masterpieces from four different wind directions. Four musical encounters that never before took place. Lorenzo Gatto takes the lead and immerses himself in the Viennese School with for example the Rondo for violin and quartet by Franz Schubert. Philippe Thuriot found his inspiration in South America and plays a piece for accordion and quartet by Astor Piazzolla. Ekaterina Levental chose the Russian Kaddish by Alexander Raskatov and Frank Peters picked out a piano quintet from la bella Italia by Ottorino Respighi.
And we bet that Marc Erkens will be there too, introducing again at his piano in his own passionate way!
Franz Schubert rondo for violin and string quartet D438
Alexander Raskatov 'Kaddish' for mezzo-soprano and string quartet
Ottorino Respighi piano quintet
Astor Piazzolla 'Adios Nonino' & 'Libertango' for accordion and string quartet
Quatuor Danel | Lorenzo Gatto violin | Ekaterina Levental mezzo-soprano
Philippe Thuriot accordion | Frank Peters piano | Marc Erkens introduction
€ 22,5 / € 10 (-26 y)
-18 y: € 5 (to be paid at the counter upon presentation of ID)
This performance qualifies for the reduction > 4 concerts and the Festival Pass.
The restaurants Bistro Bis and Intermezzo in Tongeren offer you a 3-course B-Classic menu!
More details on our Ticket page.
F. Schubert - rondo voor viool en strijkkwartet D438
Respighi pianokwintet, I
Piazolla 'Adios nonino'