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Karel Boeschoten

Karel Boeschoten

Since studying with Herman Krebbers and Igor Ozim, Dutch violinist Karel Boeschoten has performed with many leading orchestras, including the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam and the Camerata Bern. In 2004 he was guest-concertmaster of the Orchestra Filarmonica della Scala di Milano. As a soloist he has performed at such prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall and the Berliner Philharmonie. Boeschoten is also a composer and has written several works, especially for solo violin. He is familiar with numerous musical styles and has performed as the musical partner of a flamenco dancer in Switzerland at the Lucerne Festival and the Montreux Jazz Festival. As a member of the ensemble Kalandos, he plays mainly Hungarian and Romanian folk music. He has been a guest at many festivals around the world, and until 2016 was Artistic Director of the Swiss Rüttihubeliade Festival.


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Programme

5. Kontio School 11.00

Maurice Ravel (1875—1937):

Introduction and Allegro, Op. 46 for flute, clarinet, harp and string quartet (1905)

Sun
15.7.

6. Kuhmo Church 15.00

Johannes Brahms (1833—1897):

Trio, Anh. 3/1 for two violins and double bass “Hymn in Veneration of the Great Joachim” (1853)

Sun
15.7.

8. Kuhmo Arts Centre 20.15

Philip Glass (1937):

Violin Concerto No. 2 “American Four Seasons” (2009)

Sun
15.7.

10. Kontio School 14.15

John Tavener (1944—2013):

Prayer of the Heart for voice, byzantine bell, tibetan temple bowl, string quartet and recorded heartbeat (1999)

Mon
16.7.

14. Kuhmo Church 11.00

Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679—1745):

Hiponcondrie a 7 Concertanti in A, ZWV 187 (1723)

Tue
17.7.

22. Kuhmo Arts Centre 18.15

Edvard Grieg (1843—1907):

Two Nordic Melodies, Op. 63 for string orchestra (1895)

Wed
18.7.

32. Kuhmo Arts Centre 18.00

Aaron Copland (1900—1990):

Clarinet Concerto (1947-48)

Fri
20.7.

33. Kuhmo Arts Centre 20.15

Luigi Boccherini (1743—1805):

La Ritirata di Madrid from Guitar Quintet No. 9 in C, G. 453 (1799)

Fri
20.7.