Vrijdag 14 februari 2020 20.30 uur
De violistes Anastasia Krivosheina en Kardelen Buruk spelen werken van Karl Stamitz, Nelu Fieraru, Wilhelm Friedemann Bach en Béla Bartok.
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20.00 uur inloop
20.30 uur: concert 1e deel
Karl Stamitz - Duet voor 2 altviolen
Nelu Fieraru - Roemeense dansen
21.00 uur pauze met proeverij
21.30 uur concert 2e deel
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach - Duet voor 2 altviolen
Béla Bartok - Duet voor 2 violen (gearrangeerd voor altviool)
22.00 uur einde
The Turkish violist Kardelen Buruk began studying music at the age of 8, beginning viola at 12. In 2018 She was selected for The Global Leaders Program where she travelled extensively throughout Chile and Jamaica, working to increase access and the impact of music in disadvantaged communities. Kardelen Buruk founded an initiative to develop concerts for underserved communities called Music Bridge, which presented their in May 2019. At the International Viola Congress 2018, she premiered her original musical theater production ‘Moonwalk’ in Hofplein Theater, Rotterdam. She is also the first prize winner of De Grote Kamermuziek Prijs 2019. She is currently enrolled in Master of Music program at the Royal Conservatory studying viola performance under Mikhail Zemtsov.
is a talented musician, she is very passionate about playing viola and getting new experiences in music. Coming from Russia she had an extended education in the musical field. Anastasiia gained professional education at Moscow State Gnesin College of Music and continues her study at Koninklijk Conservatorium in Den Haag with Prof. Mikhail Zemtsov.Nowadays she is participating at various chamber music and orchestra projects, working with musicians such as Gilles Apap, Misha Maisky, Maxim Vengerov, Valery Gergiev and many more.
Kardelen and Anastasiia have been playing in a viola duo since February 2018. They have worked on a variety of repertoire both contemporary and classical and have performed regularly in concerts.