Een kostbare parel
10 december 2020 - 17:00
Paleiskerk Den Haag
10 december 2020 - 17:00
Paleiskerk Den Haag
VERVANGEND CONCERT in plaats van Klanken in plaats van woorden door Filip Hruby
Hartverscheurende lyriek, uitbundige virtuositeit, ongeremde grilligheid: tussen Wenen en Lübeck, in het Duitse taalgebied van de 17de eeuw, ontstond een nieuwe stijl. Componisten als Rosenmüller, Schmelzer en Biber wilden in hun muziek echte menselijke emoties vangen. De viool was hiervoor het ideale instrument, dat de meest wisselende stemmingen uit de muziek feilloos op het publiek over wist te brengen.
Vier jonge virtuoze musici, twee violisten, een gambiste en een organist, beheersen deze stijl als geen ander. Ze leerden elkaar kennen op het Koninklijk Conservatorium en delen de liefde voor expressieve muziek, waarmee ze hun publiek willen verleiden en verrassen. In deze donkere decemberdagen openen zij een schatkist vol warmbloedige en gepassioneerde muziek: wat is de kostbaarste parel in dit concert?
Apes and timpani: Clara Sawada en Pietro Battistoni, viool; Anna Lachegyi, viola da gamba; Mariano Boglioli, klavecimbel en orgel
Johann Rosenmüller (1619-1684)
Sonata prima à 2
(from Sonatae à 2, 3, 4 e 5 stromenti da arco et altri, 1682)
Johann Heinrich Schmelzer (1620-1680)
Polnische Sackpfeiffen à 3
(from Rost Codex, ca. 1680-88)
Antonio Bertali (1605-1669)
Sonata II à 3, IAB 4
(from Prothimia Suavissima - Duodenum primo, 1662)
Johann Pachelbel (1653 - 1706)
Aria VI “Sebaldina”, P. 198
(from Hexachordum Apollinis, 1699)
Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707)
Sonata ex G à 3, BuxWV 271
(from the Düben Collection, IMHS 13:28)
Heinrich Franz Ignaz von Biber (1644-1704)
Partita V in G minor
Intrada - Aria - Balletto - Gigue - Passacaglia
(from Harmonia artificiosa-ariosa, 1696)
Clara Sawada, is a violinist/violist born in São Paulo, Brazil. She has a degree in baroque violin from the São Paulo State School of Music (EMESP) where she studied with Luis Otavio Santos. One of the most active baroque violinists in Brazil, she also played in The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Portugal, Poland and the USA with several ensembles such as Collegium Musicum Den Haag, Musica Poetica, Das Neue Manheimer Orchester and conductors such as Sigswald Kuijken, Ryo Terakado, Nicolau de Figueiredo, Peter van Heyghen, Jordi Savall. Clara also recorded 2 CDs with the Juiz de Fora Baroque Orchestra, which premiered Mozart's Requiem - amongst other pieces - with period instruments in Brazil. She is currently in her Master studies in The Royal Conservatory of The Hague with Ryo Terakado.
Pietro Battistoni, born in Verona – Italy, got his degree in modern violin at the Conservatorio of Verona "E. F. Dall'Abaco" with M° Vinicio Capriotti in 2011. He began to study baroque violin in 2012 with M° Enrico Parizzi at the Conservatorio of Verona "E. F. Dall'Abaco", where he finished the Master course in baroque violin in February 2016 with the highest mark. He is now continuing his studies at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague with M° Enrico Gatti. He attended to master class with Sigiswald Kuijken, Chiara Banchini, Alberto e Paolo Grazzi, Marcello Gatti, Alberto Rasi, Martin Gester, Lars Ulrik Mortensen. He performed with the baroque orchestra "Il Teatro Armonico", conducted by M° Margherita Dalla Vecchia, with the Orchestra of S. Petronio church in Bologna under the guide of M° Michele Vannelli, with "Accademia degli Invaghiti" leaded by Francesco Moi. From 2017 he plays with "Accademia dell'Annunciata", conducted by M° Riccardo Doni, with whom he had the possibility to perform several times with M° Giuliano Carmignola. From 2017 he is member of "Theresia Youth Orchestra", conducted by M° Chiara Banchini, M° Alfredo Bernardini, M° Claudio Astronio.
Anna Lachegyi was born in Vác, Hungary, into a family of musicians. She started playing the cello at the age of five. Since then chamber music and early music have been playing a significant part in her life. She received her degree in performance on cello at the Debrecen Academy of Music in 2012, where she studied in the class of Ditta Rohmann. She began her viola da gamba studies with Sándor Szászvárosi seven years ago, and since then she has taken part in several master classes and courses, among others those held by Jordi Savall, Laurence Dreyfus, Marianne Müller, Kristóf Urbanetz and György Vashegyi. She has been an active participant of early music life in Budapest, member of the ensemble Budapest Bach Consort, regular guest artist with the early music ensembles Musica Profana and Sebastian Consort, founding member of Ariadné Consort. In 2015 she was accepted as viola da gamba student at the Royal Academy of Music in The Hague, the Netherlands, where she studies viola da gamba with Mieneke van der Velden and Philipp Pierlot, and baroque cello with Caroline Kang. She is founding member of the early music ensembles La Favorita and S105. She has performed with ensembles from all over Europe, such as Ricercar Consort (Belgium), Orfeo Baroque Orchestra (Hungary), Concerto Spiralis (Romania), Solamente Naturali (Slovakia) in numerous music festivals: Utrecht Early Music Festival (Netherlands), Femas Early Music Festival of Sevilla (Spain), Ars Sacra Festival (Hungary), Early Music Festival of Csíkszereda (Romania), Szalone Dni Musyki (Poland), La folle journée (France).
Mariano Boglioli is a harpsichord player based in The Netherlands. Born in Argentina, he began his musical education studying organ and piano with Marisa Gianni and Norma Scarafía. He continued at the Universidad Nacional de Rosario (piano and choir conducting), Universidad Nacional de La Plata (choir and orchestra conducting) and Conservatorio Manuel de Falla (harpsichord). His harpsichord teachers there were Jorge Lavista and Federico Ciancio. He moved to the Netherlands in 2012, where he finished his Master in harpsichord under the guide of Jacques Ogg and Patrick Ayrton. He participated actively in Master Classes by Luca Guglielmi, Dirk Boerner, Christophe Rousset, Kris Verhelst, Jordi Savall and Philippe Pierlot, among others. He has been part of ensembles such as La Compañía de las Luces (Buenos Aires), conducted by Marcelo Birman, with whom he recorded two CDs (David et Jonatas by M.A. Charpentier and Hipolyte et Aricie by J.P. Rameau). He performed regularly with La Barroca del Suquía, orchestra conducted by Manfredo Kraemer, either for orchestral or chamber music concerts. He also participated in projects lead by Juan Manuel Quintana and Gabriel Garrido. He also collabotated with the ensemble Musica Temprana (The Netherlands), Ensemble S105 (The Netherlands), Orquesta Sinfónica de Rosario (Argentina), Orquesta Sinfónica de Córdoba (Argentina), Ensemble De Profundis (Uruguay), and many more. He worked as co-repetitor at the Conservatorio Manuel de Falla in Buenos Aires, position he kept until he moved to the Netherlands. He is regularly invited by the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague to accompany master classes and auditions. Together with the ensemble Radio Antiqua he won the first prize in the Göttingen Chamber Music Competition (Germany, 2014) and they were selected for the Eeemerging program depending on the Festival d´Ambronay (France), being main members of the Academie baroque d´Ambronay 2015, conducted by Enrico Onofri. He was also part of the Ensemble Le Voci delle Grazie, selected as well for the above mentioned program. He created the ensemble L´Armée des Amoureux and he is a member of the ensembles La Pantomime and Het Stedelijk Ensemble. He performed in the following festivals: Pavia Barocca and Grandezze e Meraviglie (Italy), Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik (Austria), Göttingen International Haendel Festival (Gemany), Utrecht Early Music Festival and Grachten Festival (The Netherlands), Vivat Curlandia (Latvia), Música por los Caminos del Vino and Festival Camino de las Estancias (Argentina), Festival d´Ambronay (France), Seviqc Brežice Festival (Slovenia), International Bach Festival (Gran Canaria, Spain), among others.