Dear friends of music,
Sara De Ascaniis already delightet the audience together with Georgy Voylochnikov in the Musikstudio in May 2019. This time she performs together with the violinist Irakli Tsadaia and both have put together a great program with works by Debussy, Franck and Prokofiev!
De Ascaniis can already look back on a remarkable career in her young years: she regularly performs at various festivals, such as the Festival of the International Concert Association of Lake Constance or the Salzburg Chamber Music Festival, and has played in concert halls such as the Bing Theater (Los Angeles, USA), the Vienna Hall in Salzburg or La Fenice in Venice. She is also a winner of various competitions: she won the Mozart Prize at the Mozarteum, the J.S. Bach Prize from Sestri Levante, the Recanati Prize, the Schumann Prize from the Rospigliosi Competition in Lamporecchio and many others.
Irakli Tsadaia isn’t a stranger to the international music scene as well by a long shot. As a student of the famous teacher Victor Tretjakov he has won numerous competitions such as Jugend Musiziert, Louis-Spohr International Violin Competition in Weimar, Paganini International Competition in Moscow and International Violin Competition Valsesia Musica in Italy. His interpretations of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, Introduction and Rondó Capriccioso by Saint-Saëns, Gypsy Ways by Sarasate and Four Seasons by Piazzolla were broadcasted by ARD, SWR, BR (Bayerischer Rundfunk) and by the national Georgian radio. He was also concert master of the Georgian Chamber Orchestra Ingolstadt from 2013 to 2018 and has been deputy concert master with the Beethoven Orchestra Bonn since 2018.
You can look forward to a breathtaking concert!
Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune, L.86
(Arranged by Jascha Heifetz)
Sergej Prokofiev (1891-1953)
Sonata for violin and piano in D major op.94a
– Allegro con brio
César Franck (1822-1890)
Violin Sonata in A major
– Allegretto ben moderato
– Ben moderato: Recitativo- Fantasia
– Allegretto poco mosso