Always striving to enrich the solo accordion repertoire, this innovative recital by Ghenadie Rotari showcases the work of three very different contemporary female composers.
Searching for the repertoire of the future, Heike Matthiesen presents this recital of brand new pieces written by female composers from around the world, combined with masterpieces of a new canon.
This multimedia performance for soprano and motion graphics uses operatic arias to show the different facets of a woman’s life in quarantine - relationship, different kinds of gender-specific violence and the women’s movement.
Neo-classical composer and pianist Antonija Pacek embraces and heals with her music, choosing this programme to inspire people to take care not to pollute the sea - a source of healing for both spirit and soul.
Composers over the last four centuries have been fascinated by birds and their song. Petris Vasks defines birds as "a bridge between the earth and heaven"; Elisabeth will present compositions from the past 70 years, inspired by birdsong.
Through this innovative lecture-recital that addresses the issues of climate crisis with the help of nature-inspired art songs and neoclassical electronic music, Soprano Sofia Livotov inspires the audience to take action for a sustainable future and to commemorate the connection between nature and music.
The concert will feature a short presentation about swans visiting the Fenland in the UK, including two piano miniatures inspired by them and one further piece highlighting the plight of the natural world on a global scale.
Lumen Ensemble combines the radically different sound worlds of harp and violin to create a daring programme, where elements of folk melodies and nostalgia come together in an inimitable way, connecting with nature and expressing a desire for a different place and time.