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The Camerata string ensemble presents works by Brahms. Photo: Doreen Marques.
The Camerata string ensemble presents works by Brahms. Photo: Doreen Marques.

The Camerata string ensemble presents works by Brahms

Works by Johannes Brahms are the Ensemble of Strings of the Camerata Antiqua of Curitiba, This Saturday (19), às 18h30, in one presentation, in the chapel Santa Maria. With the musical direction of Winston Ramalho and the pianist Luis Guilherme Pozzi, will execute the works "Sonata for violin and piano No. 3" and the "string quintet No. 2 in g major Op. 111”.

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In season 2017 the Camerata Antiqua of Curitiba, the concerts of the Ensemble of Strings passed to be free to expand access to the population. With this format, the instrumentalists are divided to present repertoires of classical compounds for smaller formations, as quartets and quintets. "The idea is to explore the individual talent of musicians from Camerata and, with it, create more space for chamber music ", explains Janete Andrade, Classical music Coordinator of the Cultural Foundation of Curitiba.

Johannes Brahms – The German composer Johannes Brahms was born in 1833. His father introduced him in music and, After graduating in piano, went on to compose under the tutelage of German master Eduard Marxsen. In 1868, achieved fame throughout Europe for the premiere of your German Requiem. Was respected in your time as one of the greatest composers and considered at the same time Bach and Beethoven, with which the three “B” in the history of music. His romantic inspiration is in numerous collections of Lieder. Its production has great austerity and nobility of expression. Brahms died in 1897, in Vienna (Áustria).

Service:

String ensemble Camerata Antiqua of Curitiba
Quintets by Brahms
Musical direction Winston Ramalho (PR)
Luiz Guilherme Piano Pozzi (PR)
Local: Chapel Santa Maria Cultural Space – Laurindo Advisor, 273
Date and time: 19 August 2017 (Saturday), às 18h30
Tickets: $ 30 and half price $ 15

Phone: 3321-2849

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