Antje Weithaas & Mahan Esfahani
A different kind of cross-over: violinist Antje Weithaas and her duo partner Mahan Esfahani on the cembalo build a bridge between the music of the 18th and 20th centuries. Connecting moments here are the historical keyboard instrument, rediscovered about a hundred years ago and since then also considered by composers with new compositions, as well as Johann Sebastian Bach, who is omnipresent in this program. And then, of course, there is the great passion of both performers for old and new music.
Concert with intermission. Followed by KÜNSTLER | TALK for members of the Freundeskreis (Senatssaal).
In cooperation with Heidelberg University
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Antje Weithaas Violin
Mahan Esfahani Cembalo
Darius Milhaud Sonate für Violine und Cembalo op. 257
Johann Sebastian Bach Chromatische Fantasie und Fuge d-Moll für Cembalo BWV 903
Sonate e-Moll für Violine und B.c. BWV 1023
Sonate Nr. 3 E-Dur für Violine und obligates Cembalo BWV 1016
Eugene Ysaÿe Sonate Nr. 2 für Violine solo op. 27
Walter Piston Sonatina für Violine und Cembalo