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Summer School : Wouter Wagemakers - ‘The architecture of Venice’ - TivoliVredenburg, Club Nine
Why does St Mark’s Basilica strike us as so Byzantine ? And why are there so many impressive palaces along Venice’s Grand Canal ? Wouter Wagemakers is currently working on his doctorate in Italian architecture at the University of Amsterdam. In this Summer School he recounts the history of the top architectural sights in Venice.
Language : Dutch
Sa 27 Aug / 9.30 - TivoliVredenburg, Club NineRetour haut de page
Malgosia Fiebig : ‘Galuppi, Merula, Castello and Vivaldi on carillon’ - Domtoren
The sonata form came into being in the early years of the seventeenth century, as a new step in the coming of age of instrumental music. Tarquinio Merula and Dario Castello both played a crucial role in this development. City carillonneur Malgosia Fiebig plays their early ‘sonate concertate’, and by means of works by Galuppi illustrates to what extent the genre had changed a century later. In addition, Fiebig will strew a few arrangements of Vivaldi’s best-known flute concertos out over the city.
Sa 27 Aug / 11.00 - Domtoren, Flora’s Hof
+ Have a peek at the carillon, in cooperation with Toerisme Utrecht. This guided tour takes you to a height of 70 meters. During the tour you can briefly visit the carillonneur to see her in action.
Start : 10.30, duration : 90 minutes. Assemble : 10.15, entrance Domtoren, Domplein 21. € 10 per person.Retour haut de page
Marco Mencoboni : ‘Claudio Merulo on the harpsichord’ - Lutherse Kerk
Harpsichordist and conductor Marco Mencoboni is without doubt one of the most creative minds on the early music scene of today. It’s not for nothing that he has chosen to play the music of Claudio Merulo, whose toccatas incorporate countless innovative miracles which were a source of inspiration to other great minds such as Frescobaldi and Sweelinck.
Sa 27 Aug / 13.00 - Lutherse KerkRetour haut de page
Michel Godard & co : ‘An Egyptian in Venice’ - Willibrordkerk
What if in 1620 an Egyptian traveller and musician had come ashore in Venice, and subsequently met Claudio Monteverdi ? Would they have got along with each other musically in terms of their improvisations, their harmony and ornamentation technique ? Serpent player Michel Godard experiments on the basis of this scenario. With fellow musicians including the Egyptian Ihab Radwan and mezzo-soprano Guillemette Laurens, he explores the similarities between music from two different continents.
Sa 27 Aug / 15.00 - WillibrordkerkRetour haut de page
Scherzi Musicali / Nicholas Achten : ‘Amorous dialogues by Sances’ - Leeuwenbergh
Giovanni Felice Sances, who later on in his life would score some great successes in the service of the Hapsburg emperor, spent a short time in Venice as a young man, composing mainly secular music. Nicholas Achten, a man of many talents who leads his ensemble as singer, harpist, harpsichordist and lutenist, has chosen for this programme Sances’ love dialogues and mini-operas from this period. The ups and downs of young lovers, beset by villainous scoundrels and monsters, will leave no-one unmoved.
Soloists : Deborah Cachet, soprano ; Reinoud Van Mechelen, tenor ; Nicholas Achten, baritone, harp, harpsichord
Sa 27 Aug / 15.00 - LeeuwenberghRetour haut de page
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Evènements à venir
Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht - Summer School : Wouter Wagemakers
Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht - Malgosia Fiebig : ‘Galuppi, Merula, Castello and Vivaldi on carillon’
Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht - Marco Mencoboni : ‘Claudio Merulo on the harpsichord’
Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht - Michel Godard & co : ‘An Egyptian in Venice’
Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht - Scherzi Musicali / Nicholas Achten : ‘Amorous dialogues by Sances’
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Le REMA est soutenu par le Ministère de la culture et de la communication.