Like his Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin, Johann Sebastian Bach wrote the six Cello Suites as pieces for study and instruction rather than performance. His skills as a violinist, however, far exceeded those on the cello, and he likely played the Cello Suites on the smaller violoncello da spalla, which is held at the shoulder (Ital. “spalla”) like a violin or viola. Sergey Malov is among the few musicians today to have mastered this almost forgotten instrument. His debut at the Pierre Boulez Saal offers a rare opportunity to experience these familiar works in a new light.
1 hour 15 minutes
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Pierre Boulez SaalFranzösische Straße 33 D
15.00 EUR - 55.00 EUR