Mahler | Brahms

Anima Eterna Brugge | Thomas Bauer



CONDUCTOR & PIANO* Jos van Immerseel
BARITONE Thomas Bauer

* Piano Bechstein, Berlin ca.1870


    Balázs Bozzai, Daniela Helm, Laura Johnson, Jakob Lehmann, Nicolas Mazzoleni, László Paulik, Lea Schwamm, Fiona Stevens premiers violons

    Barbara Erdner, Karel Ingelaere, Albrecht Kühner, Liesbeth Nijs, Jörn Erik Sieglerschmidt, Joseph Tan, Tami Troman seconds violons

    Angelika Wirth violon

    Erzsébet Adam, Gabrielle Kancachian, Hannah Shaw, Esther Van Der Eijk, Bernadette Verhagen, Noah Mayer altos

    Renée Allen, Ulrich Hübner, Martin Mürner, Jörg Schulteß cors

    Stefanie Kessler, Anne Pustlauk, Oeds Van Middelkoop flûtes

    Gunter Carlier, Timothy Dowling, Robert Schlegl trombones

    Nicolas Cerveau, Inka Döring, Hilary Metzger, Joël Schatzman, Nicholas Selo, Verena Zauner violoncelles

    Marjan De Haer harpe

    Julien Debordes, Flora Padar bassons

    Odilo Ettelt, Peter Rabl, Lisa Shklyaver clarinettes

    Ben Faes, Mattias Frostenson, James Munro, Beltane Ruiz Molina contrebasses

    Wim De Vlaminck, Koen Plaetinck percussions

    Jan Huylebroeck timbales

    Antoine Pecqueur double basson

    Nicolas Isabelle, Sebastian Schärr trompettes

    Elisabeth Schollaert, Jean-Philippe Thiébaut hautbois


    HUGO WOLF (1860 - 1903)
       Nimmersatte Liebe
       Lebe Wohl
       Der Feuerreiter

    GUSTAV MAHLER (1860 - 1911)
    Adagietto aus der 5. Symphonie 
    Lieder eines fahrende Gesellen 

    JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833 - 1897)
    Symphonie Nr. 1 c-Moll op. 68 

On period instruments, Anima Eterna Brugge and Jos van Immerseel unite two generations of geniuses intimately connected with Vienna. The youngest, Mahler and Wolf, friends who shared an apartment while studying at the city’s conservatory, are highlighted with Lieder. The nostalgic soul of the traveller, pining for lost love, of the great Thomas Bauer — his Winterreise remains unforgettable — will again illuminate the songs of the wanderer, a work by a very young Mahler already master of the unique sound that would characterize his symphonies. For the two young troublemakers, their elder Johannes Brahms represented the rear guard. His first and late confrontation with the universe of the symphony, opening as if with footsteps to conquer a new and unknown land, is nonetheless no less a work as rich in the ferment of the future as those of his younger rabble-rousing contemporaries!

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  • March 2019
    • Saturday 09 at 20:00
Price Concert 1
From 5,50€ to 46€
1h40 included intermission

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