Sound of Masterpieces
|Location:||Kadriorg Art Museum|
Artwork: Francesco Bartolozzi. “Music Lesson” (1751). Introduction by art historian Aleksandra Murre
Neeme Punder (baroque flute), Olev Ainomäe (baroque oboe), Ene Nael (harpsichord), Tõnu Jõesaar (viola da gamba)
Telemann. “Der getreue Music-Meister” / “The Constant Music Master”
An evening filled with the warmth, intimacy and simplicity of music performed at home.
Telemann wrote “Der getreue Music-Meister” (1728), a cycle consisting of small compositions in seventy different genres, for students or hobbyists. This simple music could be played by anyone, so the fact that it will be performed by Estonia’s best and most experienced baroque gurus who have been on stage for years, carries a particular philosophy – back to basics. Performing such simple compositions presents the musicians with a challenge. Will these masters, who are used to great and complex works, still know how to be convincing and enjoyable in this role.
Concert series Sound of Masterpieces in Kadriorg presents the valuable art collection of the Kadriorg Art Museum. Each concert introduces one masterpiece with explanations from an art historian and followed by music according to the era and theme of the masterpiece.
With one intermission, it will last about 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Tickets 15€ Piletilevi outlets
The concert ticket is also valid for visitn the exhibitions at the Kadriorg Art Museum on the same day (from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
In cooperation with Eesti Kontsert