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Cello / Piano Konzert


Parrkirche Saas-Fee | Saas-Fee | Saastal | Wallis
Obere Dorfstrasse 2, CH-3906, Saas-Fee
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Do, 22. Aug 2019 - mehr Termine
20:30
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Beschreibung

Der Albanisch/Belgische Cellist Olsi Leka und der Niederländischen Pianist Peter Caelen sind verschiedensten Konzerthäusern weltweit unterwegs und nun zu Gast in Saas-Fee.

Olsi Leka war Preisträger zahlreicher internationaler Wettbewerbe. Er hat eine Proffesur am Konservatorium von Brüssel und Antwerpen. Seit 2014 spielt Olsi auf ein Cello von Raffaele Gagliano aus 1820, Eigentum der Fondation Eric Feldbusch.

Peter Caelen war Finalist beim Internationalen Johannes Brahms Wettbewerb in Pörtschach (Österreich). Er ist zu Meisterkurse in Belgiën, England und Finland eingeladen. Ausserdem ist er künstlerischer Leiter verschiedene Konzertreihen in den Niederlanden und Belgiën.

Programm:

20. August 2019 / Pfarrkirche Saas-Fee / 20.30 Uhr

  • Olsi Leka, Cello
  • Peter Caelen, Klavier
  • Werke von Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Sebastian Bach, Joseph Haydn, Robert Schumann und Felix Mendelssohn.

Eintrittspreis
CHF 15.-
Jugendliche bis 27 Jahre: CHF 10.-

22. August 2019 / Pfarrkirche Saas-Fee / 20.30

  • Das Saastal, damals und heute - Eine Reise in Musik, Wort und Bild
  • Olsi Leka, Cello
  • Peter Caelen, Klavier
  • Meisterwerke von u.a. Robert Schumann, Antonin Dvořák und Franz Liszt

Anhand von bis zu 120 Jahre alten Bildern werden Sie auf eine Reise in das alte und das neue Saastal mitgenommen. Die Bilder und Texte werden während dem Konzert gezeigt. Die Bilder wurden uns zur Verfügung gestellt von Thomas Burgener und Saas ischi Heimat

Eintrittspreis

  • CHF 15.-
  • Jugendliche bis 27 Jahre und Mitglieder Saas ischi Heimat: CHF 10.-

Biography of Olsi Leka:


Cellist Olsi Leka was born in Tirana, Albania, in 1980. He started studying the cello at the age of 6. During his studies, he twice obtained the first prize at the ‘Young Virtuosi’ competition (junior and senior categories), the first prize at the ‘Lyons Club Interpretation Competition' in Belgium and the second prize at the 'International Music Competition' in Cyprus.

During his last year at the conservatory he was appointed Cello Solo - First Cellist at the National Orchestra of Belgium, at the age of 24. This allowed him to work with a multitude of conductors and soloists of international renown like Valery Gergiev, Walter Weller, Hugh Wolf, Pinchas Zukerman, Vadim Repin, Misha Maisky, Hélene Grimaud and others. Since then, he has performed in chamber music appearances in numerous places and festivals such as ‘Schiermonnikoog Festival’ in Netherlands, the ‘Different trains Festival’ in Albania, the ‘Gjovig Musicfest’ in Norway , the ‘Excellent Concerts’ in the Netherlands and others.

He has performed in recitals with the pianists Daniel Blumenthal, Alexandar Madzar, Francois-René Duchable, Adam Laloum, Liebrecht Vanbeckevoort, Desar Sulejmani and Peter Caelen. As a soloist, he has played the concertos of PI. Tchaikovsky, A. Dvorak, R. Schumann, E.Lalo, M. Bruch, W. Bargiel. J.Brahms and more. A career highlight was the interpretation of the concerto ‘Tout un monde lointain ...’ by the French composer Henri Dutilleux. After preparation of the oeuvre with the composer in his Parisian Ile Saint-Louis studio, the work was played and recorded live in Brussels in his presence. The composer said it was one of the best interpretations he had ever heard.

In 2007 he was appointed cello Professor at the Royal Conservatory in Antwerp. In 2015 he was appointed cello Professor at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. He is regularly invited to give cello master classes in Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Italy and France.

He plays an exceptional cello of the famous Italian violin maker Raffaele Gagliano, generously made available to him by the Eric Feldbusch Foundation. This instrument was given to Eric Feldbush in 1965 by Queen Elisabeth of Belgium for the occasion of the creation of the “Queen Elisabeth” piano trio.



Biography of Peter Caelen:


Pianist Peter Caelen studied at the Conservatories of Maastricht and Amsterdam with Frans van Beveren, Joop Celis and Willem Brons. He continued his studies with Peter Feuchtwanger in London and Thomas Duis in Saarbrücken. Furthermore he has taken part in masterclasses with musicians such as Peter Donohoe, Lazar Berman, Eugen Indjic, Piotr Paleczny and Jan Michiels.

Peter Caelen plays concerts throughout Europe and China at major venues and series such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, De Doelen in Rotterdam, Beijing Concert Hall, Daning Theatre in Shanghai, the Qingdao Grand Theatre Concert Hall, Holywell Music Room in Oxford, Brussels Royal Conservatory Main Hall and Concerts de Midi, the Saarbrücker Kammerkonzerte, the Rhein Mosel Halle in Koblenz and Sellosali in Espoo. Furthermore he is also to be heard at festivals such as the the Klevischer Klaviersommer, the Mendelssohn-Tage, the Kamarihelmi Festival, the International Festival Summer in Old Ljubljana Town, the Alba Music Festival and the Euro Chamber Music Festival Gdansk. As a soloist he performed with several orchestras and as a chamber musician he works with numerous musicians such as violinists Simone Lamsma, Esther Yoo and Hans van Kerckhoven, cellist Olsi Leka, baritone Benno Schollum, the Carducci and Atrium String Quartets, members of the Belgian National Orchestra, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Symphonieorchester des Bayrischen Rundfunks and the wind soloists of the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.

Caelen won a first prize in the Princess Christina Competition in Den Bosch (The Netherlands). and was a finalist in the International Johannes Brahms Competition in Pörtschach (Austria). He was awarded a diploma during the World Music Competition Ibla Grand Prize in Italy. The Frits Philips Music Hall in Eindhoven presented him as ‘Zuiderlicht’ in 2005 and he was given the opportunity to compose his own concert series.

Peter Caelen was to be heard on several occasions on both Dutch and foreign broadcasting networks like Radio 4, Musiq'3, KLARA and SWR. Several solo cd's appeared as well as a cd with cellist Olsi Leka. Peter Caelen was invited to give masterclasses in the United Kingdom, Finland and Belgium. Besides he is a frequent jury member in competitions both in the Netherlands and abroad (a.o. Belfius Classics).

Peter Caelen is Director of the Excellent Concerts near Maastricht (The Netherlands). From 2014 he has as well been appointed artistic leader of the foundation Muziek Klassiek Gulpen (The Netherlands).


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