Music: This deaf man heard the infinite… (Beethoven 250 years old)

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Magnificent tribute to Beethoven in this programme proposed by the renowned violinist Ami Flammer, who is also celebrating the 300th anniversary of Guarnerius! He invites us to experience the Maestro's last four string quartets.

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Unbelievable, mythical works of art and crazy freedom!

Ami Flammer, surrounded by his three friends Paul Serri on violin, Michel Michalakakos on viola and Diana Ligeti on cello, celebrates in the most beautiful way possible the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven by performing his last four string quartets op 130, 131, 132 and 135. It is also the occasion to celebrate the 300th anniversary of his violin - a Guarnerius, Joseph son of Andrew. It belonged to Ignatius Schuppanzigh, a great violinist, friend of Beethoven's, creator of the first quartet - the perfect form: four tessitura: two violins, a viola, a cello, the sixteen-stringed instrument! Beethoven's last four quartets were played on this violin; Beethoven knew it well, but never heard it because he had been deaf for a long time. This double anniversary makes it possible to be one with an incredible moment in the history of music that these last compositions represent, outside the rules of writing and yet always coherent, having opened the way to composers such as John Cage or Salvator Sciarrino. A concert full of surprises for those who, like Ami Flammer, continue to be amazed by Beethoven's sound and musical imagination. 250 years and still not a wrinkle!

Languages spoken

  • French

Types

  • Cultural

Themes

  • Classical music

Categories

  • Show
  • Concert

Service

Services

Animals are not accepted.

Prices

Extra cost: From 5 € to 29 € Booking is strongly recommended.

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Opening

Ouvert le 14/11/2020
  • Le SAMEDI à partir de 19:30:00

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Music: This deaf man heard the infinite… (Beethoven 250 years old)

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Music: This deaf man heard the infinite… (Beethoven 250 years old)

Châteauvallon - Centre National de Création et de Diffusion Culturelles
795 chemin de Châteauvallon
83190 Ollioules