Boris Bizjak, Domen Marinčič, Tomaž Sevšek Šramel

Baroque music for traverso, viola da gamba and harpsichord

28. July 2020
9.00 pm
Knights' Hall, Križanke
19 €

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Boris Bizjak, traverso flute
Domen Marinčič, viola da gamba
Tomaž Sevšek Šramel, harpsichord

J. S. Bach: Sonate in E major for flute and basso continuo, BWV 1034
R. Marais: Suite II in C minor for viola da gamba and basso continuo
G. Tartini: Sonate for flute and basso continuo in A major
G. Tartini: / arr. L. Frischmuth: Largo iz Concerta VI proti F-duru
J. M. Leclair: Sonate for flute and basso continuo No.1 in E minor, op.2
J. S. Bach: Sonata in B minor for flute and basso continuo, BWV 1030

Boris Bizjak is an internationally recognised London based Slovene flautist who has built himself a reputation as a virtuoso musician with a remarkable sense for improvisation. He graduated from the École Normale de Musique in Paris in the class of Pierre-Yves Artaud. Alongside the standard flute repertoire, he specialises in Baroque music played on period instruments. He is known to European, American, Japanese and Chinese concertgoers for his captivating performances characterised by breadth of perception and a charismatic stage presence. He will be accompanied by two acclaimed Slovene interpreters of Baroque music who have performed throughout the world. Tomaž Sevšek Šramel is an assistant professor of organ at the Ljubljana Academy of Music. As an organist and harpsichordist, he works with the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra, as well as with choirs, chamber ensembles and well-known soloists. Domen Marinčič, for many years the artistic director of the Radovljica Festival, has participated in the recording of 35 albums for well-known labels. He has been a visiting professor at European universities and a speaker at international musicological symposia and has reconstructed the missing parts of incompletely preserved seventeenth- and eighteenth-century works for performance and publication purposes.
The concert is an accompanying event of the 68th Ljubljana Festival and will take place as part of the European cross-border project “tARTini”, co-financed by the EU’s Interreg Italy–Slovenia cross-border cooperation programme, which brings together institutions in Piran, Ljubljana, Trieste and Padua with the aim of stimulating cultural tourism and promoting cultural heritage.

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