Fri 10 March 2023, 19:00 hrs

Concert & Stakeholders Meeting

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On March 10, 2023 we will host the Dutch Virtual Stage stakeholders meeting in combination with a concert at the Kunstkring, Den Haag! Walk-in with drinks from 19:00 onwards. We will share the research we have been doing as part of our Virtual Stage collaboration over the past 2 years, followed by a duo concert with Rebecca Huber and Edoardo Valorz. We hope to see you there!


Concert: Inspiration (in Weimar)

Rebecca Huber (violin)
Edoardo Valorz (harpsichord)

This programme demonstrates the power of collaboration and the inspiration one can get from appreciating those around us.  Bach is the central figure in this program and part of what made him such an amazing composer was that he always looked to his colleagues for guidance throughout his career as a composer.  When JS Bach was working in Weimar, he had the opportunity to meet several prominent composers like Telemann and Pisendal.  We don’t tend to think of the influence that all of the great baroque composers had on one another but with this program, we shine a light on the beauty of collaboration and what can come from admiring and learning from ones colleagues.   Bach’s son Carl Phlllip was also born during his time in Weimar and the inclusion of his violin sonata shows the beginning of a new change and era.

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
Sonata in D major, TWV 41:D1 (from 6 Sonates à violon seul accompagné par le clavessin, 1715)
• Allemande
• Corrente
• Sarabanda
• Gigue

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Sonata for violin and cembalo obbligato No. 2 in A Major, BWV 1015
• Dolce
• Allegro assai
• Andante un poco
• Presto

Johann Georg Pisendel (1687-1755) / attr. J.S. Bach BWV 1024
Sonata in C minor for violin and continuo
• Adagio
• Presto
• Affettuoso
• Vivace

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)
Triosonata in G Major Wq144 (1747)
• Adagio
• Allegro
• Presto


Rebecca Huber