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Rising Stars: Mathis Kaspar Stier, Fagott

Friday 3 May 2024
19:30
Schubert-Saal

 

Performers

Mathis Kaspar Stier, Fagott
für den Gemeinschaftszyklus »Rising Stars« nominiert von Elbphilharmonie und Kölner Philharmonie

Julius Schepansky, Akkordeon

Programme

Philipp Friedrich Böddecker

Sonata sopra »La Monica« (1651))

Alexandre Tansman

Sonatine für Fagott und Klavier (1952)

María Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir

Remembering (EA)
Kompositionsauftrag von Elbphilharmonie, Kölner Philharmonie und European Concert Hall Organisation

Krzysztof Penderecki

Drei Miniaturen für Klarinette und Klavier (Bearbeitung für Fagott und Akkordeon: Mathis Kaspar Stier) (1956)

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Johann Sebastian Bach

Triosonate Nr. 1 Es-Dur BWV 525 (Bearbeitung für Fagott und Akkorden: Mathis Kaspar Stier) (1727 ca.)

Heinz Holliger

Klaus-ur (Drei Stücke für Fagott solo Nr. 3) (2001–2002)

Lepo Sumera

Quasi improvisata (Bearbeitung für Fagott und Akkordeon: Mathis Kaspar Stier) (1987)

Roger Boutry

Interférences I für Fagott und Klavier (1972)

Note

Freie Platzwahl

Subscription series Rising Stars

Links https://www.mathiskasparstier.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Bassoon can do more

The solo bassoonist of the WDR Symphony Orchestra Mathis Kaspar Stier demonstrates the versatility of his instrument and its often underestimated suitability as a solo and chamber music instrument. The specialist magazine Concerti described his playing as having »articulatory variety« and praised his sense of style with »a pleasantly timbred, flexible tone«. At his »Rising Star« concert at the Wiener Konzerthaus, he will perform works from the German Baroque period as well as music from the 20th and 21st centuries in a duo with accordionist Julius Schepansky. The program also includes the commissioned work »Remembering«, composed for Mathis Kaspar Stier by the internationally acclaimed Icelandic composer Maria Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir for bassoon solo and electronics.

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