Friday 20. October. 2023, @ 19:30 Uhr
LANDSCAPES OF FEELINGS
Classical Concert - Tickets (15/12€) - Register email@example.com
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About the Artists
Dedicating this concert Landscapes of Feelings, to our present exhibition of handmade Quilts by the Siddi women, the trio offers this is an opportunity to keep art alive, while bringing empowerment to the women as artists, as makers, and as teachers of resilience, perseverance and creative experience.
Classically experienced, Tomoko Akasaka, started playing the violin first at the age of five and went to the special school of the Toho Music University. Switching to Viola later, she studied at the Toho Tokyo University until the age of 21. She also regularly collaborates with Helmut Lachenmann, Toshio Hosokawa and has performed and performed numerous contemporary works for viola. Tomoko Akasaka joined the Amaryllis Quartet in 2016 and currently lives in Berlin.
Praised by the press as “a magician” (New York’s WQXR) whose „brilliant sound and remarkable technical acumen shatter any stereotype of his instrument“ (The NY Times), Sivan Magen transforms the harp into an expressive, colorful and virtuosic instrument, moving it to center stage through the exploration of the standard repertoire, the commissioning of today’s composers and his new adaptations to the harp of some of the greatest music of the last three centuries. Since fall 2017 he is Principal Harpist of the Finnish Radio Symphony.
Israeli born flutist Roy Amotz has established himself as a soloist and in the chamber music field worldwide, and performs with leading ensembles and orchestras. He has played under the Baton of conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, James Levine, Zubin Mehta, Daniel Harding and Christoph von Dohnanny, and participated in festivals such as the International Chamber Music Festival in Jerusalem, the Verbier Festival and the Lucerne Festival.
He studied at the Berlin University of Arts and currently lives in Berlin.