Works G.Fauré, F. Schubert, J. Brahms and others
Content In their programme "Evening Sentiment", Natascha Ziegler and Luzia Ernst present the shades of the blue hour. The duo was inspired by the multi-faceted emotional worlds of the dawning darkness, which has fed the arts for centuries. In addition to atmospheric texts from various centuries and romantic song settings, harp music and image projections accompany this entertaining intermezzo between light and dark. The programme consists of three thematic blocks. At the beginning, twilight is depicted on the object, namely in nature. This is followed by a look inside, into the human emotional world. The longing for another person and their affection, the observation of strangers, but also thoughts of death and abandonment are expressed. The third thematic section deals with the "heure bleue" in France. In a good hour filled with music and text, this concept gives the concert-goer peace and a deep insight into the human soul. Three exemplarily selected works of art by Nordic painters illustrate the moods of the individual thematic blocks. If the venue is equipped appropriately, this form of multimedia access can complement the lecture.
Works D.Milhaud, R. Schumann, P.I. Tschaikowsky and others
Content In their programme " Of departure and desire", Natascha Ziegler and Luzia Ernst present a selection of songs and texts from life's journeys. Here, the duo tells of foreignness, change as well as the longing for homecoming and homeland. In addition to texts and song settings from various centuries, harp music and image projections accompany this entertaining intermezzo. The programme consists of three thematic blocks. The journey begins with the longing that drives the heart to leave a place in search of freedom. This is followed by the forced migration into a foreign land, opening up the emotional worlds of the homeless or those who write from exile. The third section deals with "coming home". In a good hour of music and text, this concept gives the concert-goer peace, food for thought and a deep insight into the human soul. Three exemplarily selected works of art illustrate the moods of the individual thematic blocks. If the venue is equipped appropriately, this form of multimedia access can complement the lecture.
Works B.Andrés, B.Britten, R.Strauß and others
Visual Design Lena Vogel
Content Light, captured through glass, reveals to the viewer for a moment the richness of nature's colours. The frame of this spectacle - the prism. Inspired by this natural phenomenon, this programme creates a framework in which light, colour and sound merge anew and merge into each other: Sound becomes soundscape, static forms transform into living music. The combination of voice, harp music and visual experience invites an incomparable performance. The interplay of these elements is taken up on a musical-compositional, poetic and performative level. performative level. The interdisciplinary fusion of the three arts enables flowing transitions in which space and time blur and the audience falls into a musical prism.
Works E.Elgar, R.Schumann, B.Andrés and others
Content For centuries, a wide variety of composers and poets have been inspired by the impressions of their outside world and have captured their observations in words and music. The boundless beauty of the elements leads to a fullness that can hardly be comprehended in words. The fertile, blossoming and whispering garden reveals its secrets only to those who look and listen closely. The water combines weightlessness, wild effervescence and calm flow. The intangible air surrounds everyone, is everything and nothing at the same time. In their programme Nature´s Gifts, Natascha Ziegler and Luzia Ernst take you on a journey through the epoch gardens of music and literature. In addition to atmospheric texts and song settings from different centuries and different countries, harp music and image projections accompany this entertaining intermezzo of the mutual attraction of feeling and creation.
Works B.Britten, E.Granados, I.Gurney and others
Content In their new programme Portale, the Duo Cantarpa succeeds in opening up new connections between epochs and styles! Under the motto "opening, passage, continuation", the young musicians play with the contrasting element. Baroque & modern, Spanish & French sounds as well as opera arias & lullabies meet and create new connections between the centuries. The duo remains true to their concept of combining spoken word with jointly performed art songs and solo harp repertoire. The doors to other cultures, other languages and other styles in music are also presented to the audience physically, as an installation on stage. In this way, the portals created by the Duo Cantarpa come to life. Let us take you on a special journey through the world of classical music.