Fr 20:00

Ein lustiges Häuflein

Camerata Variabile

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In this programme by Camerata Variabile, we encounter a loose association of jovial natures with a quiet delight in the poetic and the whimsical, a merry bunch in which harp, flute and bassoon are the ringleaders of a gathering full of spirit, elegance and a little social dynamite (Beckett). A world premiere by Daniel Fueter is also part of this joyful round dance.


Salomé Im Hof (director); Camerata Variabile: Isabelle Schnöller (flute), Rui Lopes (bassoon), Helena Winkelman (violin), Lea Boesch (viola), Christoph Dangel (cello), Stefan Preyer (double bass), Consuelo Giulianelli (harp)


Staged concert with Dramaticule by Beckett «Come and Go»
François Devienne (1759-1803): Bassoon Quartet in F major op. 73, 2 (1798)
Jacques Ibert (1890-1962): «Deux Interludes» (1946) for harp, flute and violin
Erwin Schulhoff (1894-1942): Concertino for flute, viola and double bass (1925)
Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868): From: «Six Arias from the Barber of Seville» for bassoon and double bass
Daniel Fueter (*1949): New work (premiere) for bassoon, harp, string trio and double bass
Charles Koechlin (1867-1950): «Primavera Quintett» op. 156 (1934) for flute, harp and string trio


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110 minutes, with break


Normal price: 40.-
Reduced (pupils and students): 20.-
Colourkey: 15.-
Music students: 15.-


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