Beatrice Rana & Amsterdam Sinfonietta
Even at the debut of the nine-year-old Beatrice Rana with orchestra, a Bach piano concerto was on the program. Today, the Italian pianist plays »her« Bach with much more sensitivity, detail and complexity, as she has demonstrated not least with her recording of the Goldberg Variations. In Heidelberg she can be experienced with two concerts of the Thomaskantor. In addition, the strings of the Amsterdam Sinfonietta will set their own accents with a passionate symphony by Bach's son Carl Philipp Emanuel and two sonorous string works of the 20th century from England.
Concert with intermission
In cooperation with the University of Heidelberg
Please check the current Corona regulations and our hygiene rules before attending the concert.
Dr. Hans-Peter Wild
Beatrice Rana Piano
Candida Thompson Violin & Direction
Amsterdam Sinfonietta String orchestra
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Hamburger Sinfonie Nr. 6 für Streicher und B.c. E-Dur
Frank Bridge Lament
Johann Sebastian Bach Klavierkonzert d-Moll BWV 1052
Klavierkonzert D-Dur BWV 1054
William T. Walton Sonata for strings