Eva Stavrou, Flute,
Tim Van Thuyne, Oboe,
Ilias Papadopoulos, Clarinet,
Mavroudes Troullos, Bassoon,
Areti Prosilia, Piano
French romantic music is an important Era in the history of music and a landmark for the evolution of wind instruments. One of the most important composers of this period is Camille Saint-Saëns. He dealt with the writing and promotion of woodwinds, writing three sonatas for oboe, clarinet and bassoon and a Romance for flute. Indeed, the last work he wrote shortly before he died was the Sonata for Bassoon.
Our aim is to bring these four masterpieces in one concert where the audience can have a comprehensive idea about them, get to know them and compare them, but also to exchange creative ideas. As we have studied in French-speaking countries with great tradition of performing French music, we want to approach Camille's thinking and culture and present it clearly to the public.
-Romance for Flute and Piano
-Clatinet Sonata op.167
-Sonata for Oboe and Piano in D Major op.166
-Sonata for Bassoon and Piano op.168
Art Base, Sunday 11/2/18 15h, 12,50E ( reduced 7E),
29 rue des Sables Zandstraat, 1000 Bruxelles.
For reservations & more info to art-base.be