Programme 2019

Thursday, July 25Friday, July 26Saturday, July 27Sunday, July 28

Thursday July 25, 18.30  o´clock.

 music from Debussy, Vivaldi, Messager, Nielsen and others

Venue: Chiesa Santa Caterina, Castelvittorio

Artists:

Toke Møldrup, violincello

Elsebeth Dreisig, soprano

Charles Kilpatrick, piano

The audience awaits an intimate and unique chamber music experience in the beautiful old church, Santa Catarina in Castelvittorio. The church has just been restored and on the walls are seen parts of ancient 14th century murals, paintings that appeared when you recently started cleaning the old stone walls.

BONUS:

Saturday July 6th, 18.30  o´clock.

The Most Beautiful Opera Choruses

Venue: Piazza XX Settembre, Castelvittorio

Conductor: Torben H.S. Svendsen

Pianist: Christian Von Gehren, piano

Soprano: Carla Talete

Tenor: Diego Saavedra

A Great Danish Choir

Opera highlights by Verdi, Mozart, Bizet and others

 

 

 

 

Friday July 26nd. 19.00 o´clock.

 Jazz night at the Piazza

  

19.00:

Bobo Moreno, vocal

Massimo Dal Pra, piano

Mirco Rebaudo, sax

A unique and unexpected combination of the marvellous danish soul  and jazz singer Bobo Moreno in a swinging intimate concert with the italian pianist Massimo Dal Pra and saxplayer  Mirco Rebaudo. The piazza in Castelvittorio will be sweating with juicy soulballads and jazz standards. A special evening not to be missed.

21.00:

Trio “K”

Giulliano raimondo on double bass, marco balbo on guitar and fabio turini on percussion.

George Gershwin, Dave Brubeck, Astor Piazzolla, Richard Galliano and others

The concert takes place on the idyllic Piazza of Castelvittorio and features among others the Trio “K” that plays bossa-inspired music.  A number of musical guests from Italy and Denmark will appear during the evening. The concert starts at 21.00 and continues, tradition faith, to far into the Italian summer night.

As a new issue we will this summer offer dining at the piazza during and before and after the concerts. Read more about this  HERE.

Saturday July 27, 18.30  o´clock.

Soloconcert with

Bjarke Mogensen, Accordeon

 Music by

Domenico Scarlatti,  Piotr I. Tchaikovsky, J. S. Bach, Astor Piazzolla, Poul Ruders & Anders Koppel 

Venue: Chiesa Santa Caterina, Castelvittorio

BJARKE MOGENSEN,

Bjarke Mogensen was born on the Danish island of Bornholm were he quickly made a name for himself as an internationally acclaimed accordion virtuoso and a versatile musician with a keen ear for different styles. His repertoire spans from the 16th century to contemporary music, and his playing has inspired composers at home and abroad to write new concertos, solos and chamber music specifically for him. Mogensen’s back catalogue includes many critically acclaimed releases, some of which are solo recordings whereas in others he plays opposite the symphony orchestra or appears as a key figure in smaller formations playing music from folk to avantgarde. As a solo performer Mogensen not only plays music originally written for the accordion but even has developed a successful repertoire of his own arrangements of classical works. The instrument he plays belongs to a very restricted number of exclusive Mythos accordions built by the Pigini firm in Italy.

At the concert he will present excerpts from his critically acclaimed album with music by baroque composer Domenico Scarlatti. An album sensationally won the National Danish Radio “listeners Prize” in 2019 competing with such giants as the Vienna Philharmonic and The Danish National Symphony Orchestra.

www.bjarkemogensen.com

27/7

Music by D. Scarlatti, P. I. Tchaikovsky, A. Piazzolla, Anders Koppel a.o.

28/7

Music by A. Piazzolla, A. Vivaldi, Eduardas Balsys, J. Gade, G.F. Händel, B. Mogensen, Anders Koppel

Duo Møldrup/Mogensen

Toke Møldrup, cello

Bjarke Mogensen, akkordeon

Den legendariske cellist Mtislav Rostopovich var på sine eksilrejser i det gamle Sovjet ofte hensat til at spille i fjerne forsamlingshuse i Sibirien hvor det ikke var muligt at opstøve et klaver og han blev derfor ofte sat til at spille sammen med et accordeon og udtalte efterfølgende i interviews:

“Hvis cellister vil udforske alle celloens muligheder, så skal de ikke akkompagneres af et klaver, men af et accordeon”

I de senere år har akkordeon’et i stigende grad indtaget koncertscenen bl.a. takket været

eksponenter som Bjarke Mogensen. Som akkompagnerende instrument fungerer det fremragende og næsten orkestralt med alle sine klangfarver. Duo Møldrup/Mogensen begyndte at spille sammen i 2005 og de to efterspurgte musikere har i denne konstellation skabt et virtuost ensemble. Sammen har de bl.a indspillet de anmelderroste album the song I’ll never sing – værker af Kasper Rofelt samt Collages de Temps med værker af Martin Lohse. Duoen har uropført musik af bl.a. Allan Gravgaard, Anders Koppel, Martin Stauning og samt samarbejdet med komponisten Sofia Gubaidulina. Senest var duoen solister med DR Symfoniorkestret i uropførelsen af den nyskrevne dobbeltkoncert ‘Chromatische Weltmusik’ skrevet af komponisten Christian Winther Christensen der modtog fremragende anmeldelser i ind og udland.

Saturday July 27th. 21.00 o´clock.

Opera at the piazza

Venue: Piazza XX Settembre, Castelvittorio

Artists: 8 young talents under the instruction of  Elsebeth Dreisig, soprano and Charles Kilpatrick, piano. The piazza will be transformed into an operastage.

Sunday July 28, 19.00 o´clock.

Galla Concert at the piazza in Castelvittorio

presenting all the artists on a string of pearls.

Venue: Piazza XX Settembre, Castelvittorio

Artists:

Elsebeth Dreisig, soprano

Charles Kilpatrick, piano

 

Duo Mogensen & Møldrup

Bjarke Mogensen, Accordeon

Toke Møldrup, Cello

Music by A. Piazzolla, A. Vivaldi, Eduardas Balsys, J. Gade, G.F. Händel, B. Mogensen, Anders Koppel

Duo Møldrup/Mogensen

Toke Møldrup, cello

Bjarke Mogensen, akkordeon

Den legendariske cellist Mtislav Rostopovich var på sine eksilrejser i det gamle Sovjet ofte hensat til at spille i fjerne forsamlingshuse i Sibirien hvor det ikke var muligt at opstøve et klaver og han blev derfor ofte sat til at spille sammen med et accordeon og udtalte efterfølgende i interviews:

“Hvis cellister vil udforske alle celloens muligheder, så skal de ikke akkompagneres af et klaver, men af et accordeon”

I de senere år har akkordeon’et i stigende grad indtaget koncertscenen bl.a. takket været

eksponenter som Bjarke Mogensen. Som akkompagnerende instrument fungerer det fremragende og næsten orkestralt med alle sine klangfarver. Duo Møldrup/Mogensen begyndte at spille sammen i 2005 og de to efterspurgte musikere har i denne konstellation skabt et virtuost ensemble. Sammen har de bl.a indspillet de anmelderroste album the song I’ll never sing – værker af Kasper Rofelt samt Collages de Temps med værker af Martin Lohse. Duoen har uropført musik af bl.a. Allan Gravgaard, Anders Koppel, Martin Stauning og samt samarbejdet med komponisten Sofia Gubaidulina. Senest var duoen solister med DR Symfoniorkestret i uropførelsen af den nyskrevne dobbeltkoncert ‘Chromatische Weltmusik’ skrevet af komponisten Christian Winther Christensen der modtog fremragende anmeldelser i ind og udland.

 

Artists: Elsebeth Dreisig, soprano and Charles Kilpatrick, piano 

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