2022 / 2023 Kulyash Baiseitova Chamber Hall the 10th Season
26 March * Sunday * 6.00 pm
TRIBUTE TO BRAHMS
(To the 190th anniversary of the composer)
Johannes Brahms wrote in all genres of music except for opera. He wrote about 80 works, including songs, serenades for orchestra, variations, sonatas, pieces for piano, cantatas, rhapsodies, requiems, concertos, overtures and symphonies.
For Brahms, chamber music was an integral part of his life, not only artistically, but also socially.
From an early age he was surrounded by chamber musicians – professionals and amateurs – and as early as the age of 10 he played chamber works by Mozart and Beethoven in a private concert organised by his father. At certain periods in his life, chamber music was his main voice, sincere and very personal. Brahms’ vast number of masterpieces for instrumental ensembles captures the spiritual and emotional life of the 19th century Romantic era.
The concert, dedicated to the great German composer, will feature a selection of his songs and romances as well as instrumental chamber music.
ON THE PROGRAMME:
Johannes Brahms. Sonata for Cello and Piano No. 1 in E minor, op.38
1. Allegro non troppo
2. Allegretto quasi menuetto
Johannes Brahms. Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano in A minor, op.114
3. Andante grazioso - Trio
Romances and songs by Johannes Brahms
Guldana ALDADOSSOVA (soprano)
Anara KAMELINOVA (piano)
Azhar KADYROVA (cello)
Stanislav UMAROV (clarinet)
Running time: 1 hour 20 minutes
Management reserves the right to substitute performers and works performed