Romeo & Juliet
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Gjennom tidene har en rekke kunstnere har latt seg inspirere av Shakespeares evig aktuelle kjærlighetsdrama.
Kveldens to utøvere har funnet frem til musikk med Romeo og Julie som fellesnevner, arrangert for sine instrument, cello og klaver.
Viktig informasjon deg som har kjøpt billett(er) til konserten «Romeo & Julie» onsdag 11. april:
Concert program with Konstantin Manaev (cello) and Anastassiya Dranchuk (piano).
- Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) To the 100th birthday!
Three meditations from «Mass» (1968) for cello and piano
- Gordon Hamilton (1985*)
“Vrbanja Bridge” (2017) for cello and piano
after a real story of “Romeo&Juliet from Saraevo”
- Sergey Prokofiev (1891-1953)
Five pieces from Romeo&Juliet Op.75
transcription for cello and piano by Konstantin Manaev and Anastassiya Dranchuk
- I. Chaikovskiy (1840-1893)
Ouverture-Fantasie a la tragedy by Shakespeare “Romeo and Juliet”
concert transcription for cello and piano by Anton Safronov.
“Music of Sergey Prokofiev and P.I. Chaikovskiy is known to everybody and does not require any presentation. However, the idea of rearranging various symphonic works on the love theme Romeo and Juliet for a duet (cello and piano) has made us very enthusiastic, indeed almost inflamed. We supplement this historical material with our own thoughts, feelings, emotions and enthusiasm. We invite you for a musical journey through time from the Renaissance to the Present …»
– Konstantin Manaev
“The peculiarity of this love theme is that the main features of the drama retained: current events in world history are processed into new works of art. My new piece for cello and piano, “Vrbanja Bridge”, is based on the tragic story of Admira Ismic (a Bosniak) and Boško Brkic (a Bosnian Serb) living and afterwards killed during the Siege of Sarajevo”.
– Gordon Hamilton, modern Australian composer
Konstantin Manaev, born in Russia, began his studies at the Moscow Conservatory and continued at Carl Maria von Weber-Conservatory in Dresden and at the Academy of Music in Basel.?
Konstantin Manaev inspires his audience in New York, Los Angeles, Moscow, Paris, Berlin, Zurich, Vienna, Milan, St. Petersburg, Tokyo, he participated in the concert tour around Norway in 2014 (10 cities) and now he is in Stavanger!
“Come to the magic evening to meet this wonderful duet and the magnificent music and you will not regret!”