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30
May 2019
Thursday
7:00 PM
NFM, Main Hall
Plac Wolności 1, 50-071 Wrocław

Violin sonatas | Bomsori Kim & Rafał Blechacz

Performers:

Bomsori Kim – violin
Rafał Blechacz – piano

Programme:

W.A. Mozart Violin Sonata in F major KV 376
G. Fauré Violin Sonata in A major  op. 13 nr 1
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C. Debussy Violin Snata in G minor
K. Szymanowski Violin Sonata in D minor op. 9

 

This project is part of the commemoration of the centennial of the regaining of independence and rebuilding Polish statehood

Bomsori Kim / Rafał Blechacz / fot. Harald Hoffmann

Bomsori Kim and Rafał Blechacz – for the first time together on the stage of the National Forum of Music. The winner of 15th Chopin Competition and the 2nd prize winner of the 15th International Henryk Wieniawski Competition meet in Wrocław to offer music lovers a memorable evening with chamber music. An interestingly tailored programme performed by excellent artists is a proposal that you cannot overlook!

During the May evening, we will hear four sonatas for violin and piano. The first of them will be the work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – the composer who changed the eighteenth-century thinking about this kind of compositions. It was thanks to him that the pianist ceased to perform only the function of an accompanist and became a real partner for the violinist in the progress of the musical narrative.

In Mozart's sonatas for violin and piano, the instruments interact with each other, sometimes surprising the listener with the ingenuity of the author and the richness, lightness and singing of the melodies he composed. Sonatas for violin and piano in Mozart's time were treated primarily as a genre fulfilling a social function intended for making music together. Along with the development of chamber music, the sonata has gained popularity, and composers in the eras to follow eagerly drew inspiration from Classical patterns, including Gabriel Fauré, called the ‘French Brahms’. His work is a perfect link between the music of composers of German Romanticism (brought up in the tradition of Mozart and Beethoven's music) and French Impressionism. The father of the second of these trends was Claude Debussy, the author of the enchanting Sonata for violin and piano in G minor – a work that maintains the classical form, sparkling with the typical diversity of colours drawn from both instruments. The youthful Sonata for violin and piano by Karol Szymanowski also reveals unusual sensitivity to the sound.

Tickets:
SEAT TYPE AVAILABILITY KINDS OF TICKETS PRICES
VIP Available
  • VIP Ticket
250 PLN
I kategoria Available
  • Zone I Normal Ticket
  • Zone I Reduced Ticket
200 PLN
180 PLN
II kategoria Only a few seats left
  • Zone II Normal Ticket
  • Zone II Reduced Ticket
160 PLN
140 PLN
III kategoria Not available
  • Zone III Normal Ticket
  • Zone III Reduced Ticket
110 PLN
90 PLN
VIP Room Only a few seats left
  • VIP Room
100 PLN
Bilet VIP Room gwarantuje wstęp do sali VIP Room w przerwie koncertu i ważny jest tylko z biletem na koncert.

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