SUNDAY MARCH 14

2.30pm – Oceanographic Museum

CONCERT – LISZT & SECOND VIENNESE SCHOOL

The intimate chamber music of the three Viennese composers was a veritable laboratory for their modernism. Rejecting the pathos, virtuosity and striving for effect that was attracting ever-larger audiences to Vienna’s big concert halls, Schoenberg, Berg and Webern paved the way for a new style, in the capital’s salons. The soloists of the Ensemble intercontemporain are marvelous exponents of these finely-honed, forward-looking miniatures.

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Photo / Ensemble intercontemporain ©Ensemble intercontemporain

Anton Webern
Deux pièces, pour violoncelle et piano
Arnold Schönberg
Fantaisie, pour violon et piano, op. 47
Ein Stelldichein, pour hautbois, clarinette, violon, violoncelle et piano
Franz Liszt
La lugubre gondola I
Alban Berg
Quatre pièces, pour clarinette et piano, op. 5
Arnold Schönberg
Weihnachtsmusik, pour deux violons, violoncelle, harmonium et piano

Soloists of the Ensemble intercontemporain