Ingeborga Lubomirska (declamation, singing, percussion)
Lidia Miller (sand animation artist)
Maria Kamysheva (percussion)
Maria Kulakova (harp, electric harp)
Maria Moiseeva (organ)
Programme: Celtic folk music, Ch. W. Gluck, G. Rossini, E. Grieg, C. Orff, A. Lyadov, S. Prokofiev and more
|Ticket prices 800 (400) to 2500|
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What can be better than travelling to unknown fairytalish places in good company? This afternoon the famous story told by Tolkien in The Hobbit will be presented in a completely new way, because it is the music that will plan a route for the courageous little hobbit! The harp’s charming voice will take the listeners to another world, and the combination of various instruments will remind that true friendship and sincere feelings are always things that really matter.
The concert will help those who are perfectly familiar with the novel to take a fresh look on it, but will also be of interest to those who are newcomers to Tolkien’s wonderful worlds. Words and music are joined by dynamic visualizaion – sand animation.
Bonny Portmore (Irish folk song )
An Adventure in Middle-earth
The William Tell Overture (arr. for saxophone, organ and drum)
Marsch der Freiwilligen Jäger aus den Befreiungskriegen
Baba Yaga (arr. for saxophone, organ and drum)
March of the Dwarfs from Peer Gynt (arr. for organ)
Morning Mood from Peer Gynt (arr. for organ, harp and flute)
Greensleeves (Early English song)
Scarborough Fair (English folk ballad)
Tri martolod (Breton folk song)
Dance of the Goblins
Fragment from Scythian Suite (arr. for organ and percussion)
Ch. W. Gluck
Melody from Orfeo ed Euridice (arr. for flute and organ)
Étude symphonique pour harpe
In the Hall of the Mountain King from Peer Gynt (arr. for saxophone, organ and drum)
Ley day do (Breton song arr. for voice, electric harp, tin whistle, percussion and organ)
Please note that the programme may be subject to change.