Let yourself be taken away on a flying carpet to worlds far from here, to places where physics has no place and magic has taken over. Walk through an enchanted forest, save an oriental princess, experiment with white and black magic or join the Suger Plum Fairy to the land of Cockaigne. The Rodion Trio is offering you bewitchingly beautiful music in which your imagination can run wild.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The Magic Flute; Ouverture
Pjotr Iljitsj Tjaikovsky, The Nutcracker Suite
Nicolai Rimski-Korsakov, Scheherazade; De Prince and the Princess
Paul Dukas, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
With the pieces of the ‘Enchanted!’ program the Rodion Trio has won the International Chamber Music Competition Almere 2013!
Carnaval in Paris!
The Rodion Trio is presenting a merry and festive concert with as a cornerstone the world famous and beloved Carnaval des Animeaux by Camille Saint-Saëns. Other pieces on the program are from another French composer; the energetic trio and the elegant sonate by Francis Poulenc. Rodion Trio will bring the carnaval to you with lyrical, humoristic and virtuous music. No splutter, but very stylish!
Francis Poulenc, Trio op. 13
Camille Saint-Saëns, Carnaval des Animeaux
Masters in Disguise
The Rodion Trio wants to make you feel at home with the familiar sounds of the masters of classical music. But be aware! These familiar sounds are all wrapped up in a completely new package! Romantic, sensitive, but also stimulating and special arrangements.
Clara Schumann, Three Romances op. 22
Francis Poulenc, Sonate for two clarinets
Claude Debussy, Rhapsody for orchestra en saxophone
Sergei Rachmaninov, Symphonic dances no. 2
The girls from Syrène are opening up the musical liquor cabinet. Through a
drink menu, you will be guided through the entire saxophone landscape. You
are the taster and in an interactive and theatrical way you will be composing
the concert program. The menu consists of beers, wines, liquers and
digestives and will be covering the entire musical spectrum. But very good
news: you will still be able to drive home…
Michael Nyman, Song for Tony
Jean Francaix, Petit Quatuor pour saxophones
Samuel Barber, Adagio for strings
Tristan Keuris, Saxofoonkwartet
George Gerswhin, Rhapsody in blue