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Avi Avital

Avi Avital © Christoph Koestlin

Avi Avital, Ksenija Sidorova & Amir Wahba

»Between Worlds«

Wednesday 6 April 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:00
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Avi Avital, Mandoline

Ksenija Sidorova, Akkordeon

Amir Wahba, Percussion

Programme

»Between Worlds«

Béla Bartók

Román népi táncok »Rumänische Volkstänze« Sz 56 (Bearbeitung) (Bearbeitung für Streichorchester: Arthur Willner) (1915/1928)

Anonymus

Nacyem nacyem. Volkslied aus der Türkei

Johann Sebastian Bach

Sonate Nr. 6 G-Dur BWV 1019 für Violine und Cembalo: (1. Satz: Allegro) (1725 vor/1740 vor)

Anonymus

Mi yitneni of. Volkslied aus Israel

Johann Sebastian Bach

Ouverture / Partita nach französischer Art h-moll BWV 831 (Sarabande) (1735))

Amir Wahba

Improvisation

Anonymus

Bucimis. Volkslied aus Bulgarien

Manuel de Falla

Siete canciones populares españolas (Bearbeitung: Efraín Oscher) (1914–1915)

Heitor Villa-Lobos

Aria »Cantilena« (Bachianas brasileiras Nr. 5 für Mezzosopran und acht Violoncelli) (Bearbeitung: Avi Avital und Richard Galliano) (1938)

Nikolai Budashkin

Konzert a-moll für Mandoline (1. Satz: Allegro)

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Ernest Bloch

Nigun »Improvisation« (Baal Shem. Drei chassidische Stimmungen für Violine und Klavier) (Bearbeitung) (1923)

Avi Avital

Avi's song

Note

Unterstützt von Kapsch
Unterstützt von Wiener Städtische Versicherungsverein und Wiener Städtische
Medienpartner Ö1 Club und Der Standard

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Links https://www.aviavital.com
http://www.ksenijasidorova.com
https://www.amirwahba.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Timelessly Beautiful

On his return to the Wiener Konzerthaus, Avi Avital embarks on a musical journey through space and time with Ksenija Sidorova and Amir Wahba. Nominated in 2010 as the first mandolinist to win a Grammy, Avi Avital has dusted off the reputation of the mandolin, long ridiculed only as a folk instrument, and its repertoire with virtuosity. »I consider it my mission to fill the historical gap in the mandolin literature,« explains the 1978 ECHO Award winner born in Be'er Sheva, in southern Israel, who has been hailed by the New York Times for his »explosively charismatic« live performances.

What makes »Between Worlds« so special is the unusual lineup: with Ksenija Sidorova and Amir Wahba, Avital brings a terrific accordionist and an internationally sought-after percussionist to his side. Like Avi Avital, Latvian Ksenija Sidorova is considered a versatile ambassador for her instrument. Percussionist Amir Wahba enriches the ingenious trio with his fondness for the world's most diverse musical styles. The fascinating tightrope walk between styles and epochs, between regions and cultures, which musically lead an unexcited, harmonious coexistence, makes one dream.

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