Three Days in Bamberg 9-11th January 2013

Posted on January 11th, 2013 by


The 1695 organ of St Stephan’s church-a cherub with a perfect Biber bow!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have just returned from a wonderful few days at the Villa Concordia in Bamberg. My dear friend and colleague, Ansgar Beste, is one of the year-long residents at this idealistic centre for the artst. At the heart of this concert was his fabulous work for prepared violin, ‘Dialogues Fragiles’. LISTEN

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I also played works by previous Villa Concordia alumni,  Heimir Sveinsson, Akell Másson, Johannes X. Schachtner, and a new work for violin and play back by recent alumna, Laura Konjetsky ‘Die Rote Zugabe’.Link

 

 

 

Composer Ansgar Beste in his workshop in Bamberg

Posters for Villa Concordia events

My working desk: Widmann’s Etudes in all their spendour

Composer Georges Lentz

Playing NIgel Clarke’s ‘Pernambuco’

With Composer Ansgar Beste, after playing his ‘Dialogues Fragiles’

Epiphany in Franconia