DATE AND VENUE
10 June 2011, Hagia Eirene Museum
GIDON KREMER conductor & soloist (violin)
- Arthur Vincent Lourié
Epilogue and Entrata from Concerto da Camera (1947)
- Dmitri Shostakovich
Sonata for Violin and Piano in G Major, Op.134
- The Art of Instrumentation:
Dedicated to J.S. Bach and Glenn Gould...
Stevan Kovac Tikmayer
Lasts 100’ inc. interval.
19.00-19.45 Hagia Eirene Museum Cloisters
with Gülsin Onay on “Glenn Gould and Bach”
To be held in Turkish.
Gidon Kremer will be granted a “Lifetime Achievement Award” before the concert.
An incessant contributor to the development of the contemporary music repertory thanks to the works he commissioned to living composers, Kremer will perform with the Kremerata Baltica for the first time in this concert, the Bach Transcriptions series dedicated to Glenn Gould and J.S. Bach.’