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gmp Musitektur #108 

TrioDan – Heimspiel. Romanian Chamber Music 

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Date
Tuesday, 27 February 2018, 7:30 pm

Please register before 19 February by phone (030/617855) or by email ([email protected])


Venue
gmp Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner, Hardenbergstr. 4-5, 10623 Berlin

The Romanian TrioDan dedicates this year exclusively to the sounds of their homeland. On Tuesday, 27 February, at 7:30 pm, they present not only folklore music, which is well known in the music of Béla Bartók or George Enescu. Hosted in the Berlin gmp office, Hardenbergstraße 4-5, the program brings unknown treasures to life, as the three brothers look back to the time of the 16th-17th century, when the Renaissance flourished in Transylvanian princely courts.

Organist and pianist Michael Dan and his two brothers Aaron and Theo Dan (flute and violin), who live in Tübingen, have been traveling in Germany for more than 20 years with annually changing programs. Many of the compositions, arrangements and adaptations that the trio presents come from their own pens.

In Romania, where so many cultures have always been at home and cross-pollinate each other, music is equally versatile. That is why Hungarian and German songs will not be missing in this Romanian program, as well as Balkan, Slavic and Jewish influences and even those of the Roma, which blend into a unique soundscape.

Program
Aaron Dan
- Suite Antique
- Horicica (Romanian folk song)

George Enescu

- Cantabile et Presto

Aaron Dan
- Sternenmusik II

Béla Bartók
- Six Romanian folk dances

Aaron Dan
- Capriccietto Transilvan

George Enescu
- Impressions d’enfance Op. 28

Johnny Rǎducanu
- Jocul Tambalelor

Aaron Dan
- Three folk melodies from Romania