Appassionata und Gezi Park - Kaiserslautern
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    17. Dez. 2018

Appassionata und Gezi Park

Do., 03.05.2018
20:00 Uhr bis ca. 22:00 Uhr



Über die Veranstaltung

im Rahmen von: Kammerkonzerte

Fazıl Say, Klavier
19:15 Uhr Einführung im Roten Saal: Tanja Hermann
20:00 Uhr, Konzert, Fruchthalle
In Kooperation mit der Villa Musica

Frédéric Chopin
Nocturne e-moll op. post. 72 Nr. 1
Nocturne cis-moll KK IVa, 16 Lento
con gran espressione, op. post.
Nocturne c-moll KK IVb, 8 op. post.
Ludwig van Beethoven
Klaviersonate Nr. 23 f-moll op. 57 „Appassionata“
Erik Satie
Six Gnossiennes
Fazıl Say
„Gezi Park 2“, Sonate für Klavier op. 52

Kategorie I 25,00 Euro, ermäßigt 16,50 Euro
Kategorie II 20,00 Euro, ermäßigt 13,50 Euro
Kategorie III 14,00 Euro, ermäßigt 10,00 Euro
Tickets erhältlich in der Tourist-Information Kaiserslautern u. a.


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  • Fazil Say - Klavier
    With his extraordinary pianistic talents, Fazıl Say has been touching audiences and critics alike for more than twenty-five years, in a way that has become rare in the increasingly materialistic and elaborately organised classical music world. Concerts with this artist are something different. They are more direct, more open, more exciting; in short, they go straight to the heart. Which is exactly what the composer Aribert Reimann thought in 1986 when, during a visit to Ankara, he had the opportunity, more or less by chance, to appreciate the playing of the sixteen-year-old pianist. He immediately asked the American pianist David Levine, who was accompanying him on the trip, to come to the city’s con-servatory, using the now much-quoted words: ‘You absolutely must hear him, this boy plays like a devil.’ Fazıl Say had his first piano lessons from Mithat Fenmen, who had himself studied with Alfred Cortot in Paris. Perhaps sensing just how talented his pupil was, Fenmen asked the boy to improvise every day on themes to do with his daily life before going on to complete his essential piano exercises and studies. This contact with free creative processes and forms is seen as the source of the immense improvisatory talent and the aesthetic outlook that make Fazıl Say the pianist and composer he is today. He has been commissioned to write music for, among others, the Salzburg Festival, the WDR, the Dortmund Konzerthaus and the Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern festivals. His work includes compositions for solo keyboard and chamber music, as well as solo concertos and large-scale orchestral works. From 1987 onwards, Fazıl Say fine-tuned his skills as a classical pianist with David Levine, first at the Musikhochschule Robert Schumann in Düsseldorf and later in Berlin. This formed the aesthetic basis for his Mozart and Schubert interpretations, in particular. His outstanding technique very quickly enabled him to master the so-called warhorses of the repertoire with masterful ease. It is precisely this blend of refinement (in Bach, Haydn, and Mozart) and virtuoso brilliance in the works of Liszt, Mussorgsky and Beethoven that gained him victory at the Young Concert Artists international competition in New York in 1994. Since then he has played with all of the renowned American and European orches-tras and numerous leading conductors, building up a multifaceted repertoire ranging from Bach, through the Viennese Classics (Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven) and the Romantics, right up to contemporary music, including his own piano compositions. Guest appearances have taken Fazıl Say to countless countries on all five continents; the French newspaper Le Figaro called him ‘a genius’. He also performs chamber music regu-larly: for many years he was part of a fantastic duo with the violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja. Other notable collaborators include Maxim Vengerov, the Borusan Quartet of Istanbul and the cellist Nicolas Altstaedt. From 2005 to 2010, he was artist in residence at the Dortmund Konzerthaus; during the 2010/11 season he held the same position at the Berlin Konzerthaus. Fazıl Say was also a focal point of the programme of the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival in the summer of 2011. There have been further residencies and Fazıl Say festivals in Paris, Tokyo, Meran, Hamburg, and Istanbul. During the 2012/13 season Fazıl Say was the artist in residence at the Hessischer Rundfunk in Frankfurt am Main and at the Rheingau Musik Festival 2013, where he was honoured with the Rheingau Musik Preis. In April 2015 Fazıl Say gave a successful concert with Orpheus Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, New York, that was followed by a tour with concerts all over Europe. In 2014 he was the artist in residence at the Bodenseefestival, where he played 14 concerts. During their 2015/2016 season the Alte Oper Frankfurt and the Zürcher Kammerorchester invited him to be their artist in residence. His recordings of works by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Gershwin and Stravinsky have been highly praised by critics and won several prizes, including three ECHO Klassik Awards. In 2014, his recording of Beethoven’s piano concerto No. 3 (with hr-Sinfonieorchester / Gian-andrea Noseda) and Beethoven’s sonatas op. 111 and op. 27/2 Moonlight was released, as well as the CD ‘Say plays Say’, featuring his compositions for piano. Since 2016 Fazıl Say is an exclusive Warner Classics artist.

  • Tanja Hermann - Einführung
    Tanja Hermann studierte Theater-, Musik- und Filmwissenschaft an der Universität Bayreuth und der Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität Mainz und absolvierte ein Kulturmanagementstudium an der Fernuniversität Hagen. Nach Engagements in Heidenheim und Pforzheim war sie freischaffend tätig. Von 2009 bis 2012 war sie am Pfalztheater für Marketing zuständig. Seit der Spielzeit 2012|2013 arbeitet sie als Dramaturgin für Konzert, Ballett und Musiktheater, und betreute zuletzt unter anderem „Pariser Leben“, den Ballettabend "Boléro", die Kinderoper „Prinzessin Anna oder Wie man einen Helden findet“ und Beethovens „Fidelio“.

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