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CLASSICAL CONCERT | Quarteto Wihan: Haydn, Janácek, Schumann | 17,50-20€

April 25, 2021 @ 11:00 - 12:30


The CCB, which has recently reopened its doors to the public, also rings in the revolutionary celebrations with some classical tunes courtesy of the Wihan quartet. There’s actually five of them for this one, and they are:
Violin- Jan Schulmeister, Leos Cepicky;
Viola- Jakub Cepicky;
Cello- Michal Kanka,
Piano- Miguel Borges Coelho.

Here’s what the CCB says:
“The Wihan Quartet will present at the CCB works by three great composers from different centuries (Joseph Haydn – 1790, Robert Schumann – 1842, Leoš Janácek – 1928) with a style of composition completely different from each other. The way Haydn creates a bright and energetic world in constant change, with the unforgettable theme of the Lark which appears and disappears, is completely different from complex and intense music, almost intimate, as the composition title says, written by Janácek to reflect his long friendship with Kamila Stösslova, and both are completely different from the way Schumann combines strings and piano, by addressing the dynamics of each instrument to create chamber music with an almost symphonic sound. But they all have one thing in common – the three composers show their technical prowess in compositions with a great expressive energy, creating engaging and lasting music.”

Sunday, Apr. 25, at 11h.

Tickets: 17,50-20€.

View the full program and get your tix here.


April 25, 2021
11:00 - 12:30
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Centro Cultural de Belém
CCB Lisbon
Lisboa, Lisboa 1449-003 Portugal
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