The Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival live on Arte Concert

Posted on September 7, 2016

Every year in summer some of the best musicians worldwide meet in Israel for The Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival founded by Elena Bashkirova. This year, the 19th Festival, is dedicated to interrelated composers like Brahms/Schumann, Bartók/Kodály or Schubert/Beethoven and many more – played by artists like Sir András Schiff, Baiba Skride or Emmanuel Pahud. Three concerts will be broadcast live on Arte Concert:

 

Thursday 8 September, CEST 18:30      

Henri Dutilleux – Oboe Sonata (Francois Leleux, Eric Le Sage)

Ludwig van Beethoven – Piano Quintet,  op. 16 (Francois Leleux, Paul Meyer, Radovan Vlatkovic,
Gilbert Audin, Elena Bashkirova)

Johannes Brahms – Horn Trio, op. 40 (Radovan Vlatkovic, Baiba Skride, Kirill Gerstein)

                             INTERMISSION

Franz Schubert – Arpeggione Sonata (Emmanuel Pahud,  Elena Bashkirova)

Johannes Brahms – String Quintet No. 1 (Mihaela Martin, Benny Peled, Adrien La Marca, Madeleine Carruzzo, Alexander Knyazev)

 

Friday 9 September, CEST 12:00

Ferruccio Busoni – Fantasia Contrappuntistica (Sir András Schiff, Kirill Gerstein)

György Kurtág – Hommage à R. Sch., op. 15d (Paul Meyer, Adrien La Marca, Kirill Gerstein)

Robert Schumann – Märchenerzählungen, op. 132 (Paul Meyer, Adrien La Marca, Kirill Gerstein)

                           INTERMISSION

György Ligeti – 6 Bagatelles for Wind Quintet (Les Vents Francais)

Johannes Brahms – String Sextet in B flat major, op. 18 (Baiba Skride, Itamar Zorman, Krzysztof Chorzelski, Madeleine Carruzzo, Julian Steckel, Tim Park)

 

Saturday 10 September, CEST 19:40                   

Felix Mendelssohn – Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, op. 49 (Itamar Zorman, Tim Park, Kirill Gerstein)

                           INTERMISSION

Antonín Dvorák – Piano Quintet No. 2 (Baiba Skride, Benny Peled, Krzysztof Chorzelski, Julian Steckel, Menahem Pressler)

Max Reger – Serenade, op. 141a (Emmanuel Pahud, Itamar Zorman, Krzysztof Chorzelski)

Felix Mendelssohn – String Octet in E-flat major, op. 20 (Baiba Skride, Itamar Zorman, David Strongin, Benny Peled, Adrien La Marca, Madeleine
Carruzzo, Julian Steckel, Tim Park)