Joseph Puglia, photo: Ada Nieuwendijk

Mahler & Beyond

Sparkling program with Mahler as a starting point

GUSTAV MAHLER
Des Antonius von Padua Fischpredigt (arr. Klaus Simon)
Rheinlegendchen (arr. Klaus Simon)
IGOR STRAVINSKY
Elégy (violin solo)
LUCIANO BERIO 
Folk Songs
PAUL HINDEMITH 
Sonata op. 31 nr. 2 (violin solo)
JÖRG WIDMANN
Dubairische Tänze (parts)
24 Duos (selection) for violin and cello
HELENA WINKELMAN
Fremdländler

ASKO|SCHÖNBERG
curator & concertmeester Joseph Puglia
mezzo soprano Barbara Kozelj

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Thursday, 12 September 2019
20:15 hours
Donderdagavondserie
Amsterdam
Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ

19.15 uur Inleiding

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Asko|Schönberg opens the Thursday evening series with a sparkling, festive programme brimming with surprises. Mahler’s songs are the starting point.

Our top violinist Joseph Puglia (b. 1984), who curated the programme, will be taking you on a musical journey through time of leading composers from around 1900 up to the present day, examining how they relate both to one another and to the Zeitgeist, and exploring new musical ground at each stage. This is the follow-up programme to Bach & Beyond, with which Asko|Schönberg and Puglia opened the season in September 2017. Spurred on by that evening’s success and the overwhelming public reaction, Puglia has now designed this new instalment around the master Mahler.

Joseph Puglia over zijn programma Bach & beyond

met dank aan NTR/NPO Cultura