Musique
Beethoven | 5 octaves #1
Jos van Immerseel

Ce concert est avancé à 19h, en raison des nouvelles mesures gouvernementales s’appliquant au département de la Côte d’Or. 

ASSOCIATE ARTIST

The first station of Jos van Immerseel’s Beethovian voyage on pianoforte is centred on the years 1798-99. In 1798, the composer brought out under the name of opus 10 a collection of three new sonatas ( the 5th, 6th and 7th) that would constitute a major milestone in his creative development. Nervous, versatile and full of contradictory passions, the remarkable Sonata op. 10 n°1 seems to appear out of nowhere, as if in a single stroke, ahead of the two extraordinary scores that would follow shortly after. The longest and most accomplished of the set, the Sonata op. 10 n°3 reaches for the first time a height of expressiveness in a body of work that would know quite a few!  Lastly, in culmination of these years before 1800, the Sonata op. 13 "Pathetique" innovates in almost all directions, beginning with its slow introduction whose essence will irrigate the entire sonata with a dramatic urgency and expressive power never before heard at the time. 

Cast

PIANOFORTE* Jos van Immerseel

*Pianoforte by Christopher Clarke, 1988, copy of an Anton Walter instrument, Vienna, late 18th century

Program

BEETHOVEN
Sonate en do mineur op. 10 n°1 
Andante WoO. 57
Sonate en ut mineur op. 13 « Pathétique »

Dates
27
Oct
19:00
Auditorium
Prices and seating plan
Tarif M, de 5,50€ à 25€
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Length
1h sans entracte