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© Fetival Ljubljana

  • 7 Aug 2024 ob 20:00

    Križanke Church (Church of Our Lady of Mercy), Trg francoske revolucije 2

Matic Kuder, clarinet
Marko Zupan, flute
Luka Mitev, bassoon
Andrej Žust, horn
Martina FIljak, piano

Unlike symphonic or solo music, chamber music is a distillation of the musical essence, and thus requires a more attentive listener. Ludwig van Beethoven is without doubt one of the greatest names in chamber music, and his Trio for Piano, Flute and Bassoon in G major  is a youthful, Mozart-inspired work. Franz Berwald is a composer who has enjoyed something of a renaissance in recent decades, and his Beethovenian Quartet for Piano and Winds in E-flat major  is one of the many chamber works he has written. Although Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov is not renowned as a chamber composer, he left a handful of works in that genre, including the melancholic Quintet for Piano and Winds in B-flat major.  These works will be heard in a sophisticated performance by the clarinettist Matic Kuder and hornist Andrej Žust, two of the three Slovenes in the famed Berlin Philharmonic, the flautist Marko Zupan, who has a varied international career as a soloist, chamber musician, improviser, arranger and teacher, the bassoonist Luka Mitev, who has appeared in numerous recitals organised by Jeunesses Musicales Slovenia and the Ljubljana Festival, and the pianist Martina Filjak, whose victory at the Cleveland International Piano Competition in 2009 set her on the path to international success.

Ludwig van Beethoven: Trio for Piano, Flute and Bassoon in G major, WoO 37
Franz Berwald: Quartet for Piano and Winds in E-flat major, Op. 1
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Quintet for Piano and Winds in B-flat major



More information is available on the organizer's website.

Tickets: 24 €