Two brilliant adventurers set out across an enthralling musical landscape when they step onto the stage. This is how great artists play: with imagination, with attention to style, with flexibility of technique, and above all a great sense of being in love with the music.
The tour repertoire chosen by this intrepid duo offers a delicious survey of cello sonatas including Debussy’s sublime contribution to the genre. Nadia Boulanger’s tantalising and attractive Three Pieces will be performed, as well as music by American composer Samuel Barber, whose Sonata cellists love to play because ‘it lets the cello sing.’ Shostakovich’s Sonata takes audiences on an extraordinary emotional journey. Taking us up to the present day is a new work from a young Australian composer, Jakub Jankowski.
DEBUSSY Cello Sonata
BOULANGER Three Pieces for cello and piano
BARBER Cello Sonata, op 6
JANKOWSKI Aspects of Return for Cello and Piano (World Premiere)*
SHOSTAKOVICH Cello Sonata, op 40
NICOLAS ALTSTAEDT cello
ALEKSANDAR MADŽAR piano
UNDER 30 AND STUDENT RUSH TICKETS
- Under 30 tickets are $30 for anyone aged 30 years and under for Musica Viva concerts. A valid proof of ID must be presented.
- $15 Student Rush tickets are available at the box office an hour before each concert. A valid full-time student ID card must be presented upon purchase to receive the discount.
Concessions apply to full-time mature age students, means-tested Australian pensioners (Aged, Disability, Veteran’s Affairs and Supporting Parent), Seniors Card Holders WITH a government health care card, and all other Health Care card holders.
PRESENTED BY Musica Viva Australia
*This commission is supported by the Australian Executor Trustees Community Program and Adelaide Commissioning Circle
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