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10 Jul

L3 (Leipzig, Lisboa and Luanda)

Teatre Akadèmia
Wednesday, 10/07/2024 20:00

L3 (Leipzig, Lisboa and Luanda)

Teatre Akadèmia

Wednesday, 10/07/2024 20:00

This is an interdisciplinary proposal of the Portuguese company Sete Lágrimas, in which three artistic realities converge. Although differentiated from the geographical and cultural standpoints, they appeared at the same moment in time: music (with Bach’s cello suites), poetry (with the recital of 18th-century Portuguese poems) and the African dance kuduru of Angola.

 

Sete Lágrimas

Filipe Faria and Sérgio Peixoto, direction

 

Fábio Januário, dancer

Filipe Faria, voice and percussion

Sérgio Peixoto, voice

Pedro Castro, recorder and baroque oboe

João Hasselberg, double bass

11 Jul

DOMESTIC BACH

La Fàbrica Lliure
Thursday, 11/07/2024 20:00

DOMESTIC BACH

La Fàbrica Lliure

Thursday, 11/07/2024 20:00

Anacronía is one of the most prominent young groups in the field of antique music. It has recently been distinguished with the FestClásica seal and now offers a new programme in a genuinely unique space in Barcelona’s picturesque Gràcia quarter.

 

Together with the soprano Rita Morais, a winning soloist of the Salvat Bach Grant, the group from Murcia presents the Bach family with a broad unprejudiced outlook, beginning with the precious cantata BWV 82 in the soprano and transverse flute version, and going on to offer the vibrant classicism of Carl Philipp Emanuel and Johann Christian Bach.

 

Rita Morais, soprano

David Gutiérrez Aguilar, traverso

Sara Balasch Lozano, violin

María Gil Pérez, violin

Luis Manuel Vicente Beltrán, viola

Marc de la Linde Bonal, viola da gamba

Marina López Manzanera, harpsichord

 

Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782)

Flute Quartet in C Major WB 58

  1. Presto
  2. Rondo grazioso

 

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)

Der Frühling (Freude, du Lust der Götter) Wq. 237
(Texts by Christoph Martin Wieland)

 

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

Cantata Ich habe genug BWV 82a

  1. Aria: Ich habe genug
  2. Recitativo: Ich habe genug
  3. Aria: Schlummert ein, ihr matten Augen
  4. Recitativo: Mein Gott! wenn kömmt das schöne: Nun!
  5. Aria: Ich freue mich auf meinen Tod

 

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714 - 1788)

Divertimento in G Major H.642

  1. Allegro
  2. Andante un poco largo
  3. Rondeau in tempo di minuetto
15 Jul

CANTATAS CYCLE (BWV 107 & 113)

Museu de la Música (Sala de Teclats)
Monday, 15/07/2024 20:00

CANTATAS CYCLE (BWV 107 & 113)

Museu de la Música (Sala de Teclats)

Monday, 15/07/2024 20:00

We continue our tour of the Bach cantatas written in 1724 and interpreted by young soloists who have recently been distinguished by the Salvat Foundation. We now come to the cantatas BWV 107 and 113, works of immense expressivity which were both written in Leipzig in the summer of 1724. On an exceptional basis, this concert features a harpsichord dating from the times of Bach, built by the prestigious instrument maker Christian Zell. It is one of the few instruments of its type in existence worldwide.

 

Salvat Beca Bach Soloists

Maine Takeda, soprano

Matthias Dähling, countertenor

Marc Garcia, tenor

Charlie Baigent, bass

 

Bachcelona Consort 

Katy Elkin, oboe

Dani Ramírez, oboe

David Gutiérrez, traverso

Clara Creus, traverso

Ignacio Ramal, violin

Cristina Altemir, violin

Núria Pujolràs, viola

Clara Pouvreau, cello

 

Cantata BWV 107 Was willst du dich betrüben

Cantata BWV 113 Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut

17 Jul

CHAMBER BACH

Sala Parés
Wednesday, 17/07/2024 20:00

CHAMBER BACH

Sala Parés

Wednesday, 17/07/2024 20:00

The Equilibrium quartet was created by four musicians with long experience in interpretations according to historical criteria who had belonged to the most outstanding ensembles in this field, in both their native Poland and abroad. They formed this group to explore together the chamber music of the 18th and 19th centuries, and they collaborate actively with musicologists to reflect the interpretive practices of each period. Within the theme of this year’s Festival, they present a dialogue between Bach and Mendelssohn which will also allow us to discover two Polish romantic composers.

 

Sulamita Ślubowska, violin

Małgorzata Malke, violin

Anna Nowak-Pokrzywińska, viola

Tomasz Pokrzywiński, cello

 

S. Bach
Kunst der Fuge BWV 1080, Contrapunctus 1

 

A. Mozart
Fugues for string quartet after J.S. Bach KV 405

 

Elsner
String Quartet op. 8 no 1

 

Mendelssohn
Pieces for String Quartet, Op. 81, MWV R 35 - IV. Fuga

 

Kurpiński

Fantasy for string quartet C major

21 Jul

BACHCELONA CLOSING

Fundación Foto Colectania
Sunday, 21/07/2024 20:00

BACHCELONA CLOSING

Fundación Foto Colectania

Sunday, 21/07/2024 20:00

To finish up this edition of the Bachcelona Festival, we propose an eclectic concert featuring the participation of the acclaimed young artist Bruno Delgado, in an interdisciplinary work which takes the cinema media as its starting point.

This project has been jointly developed with the Donostia-San Sebastián Musical Fortnight and it will also be presented on 5th August in San Sebastián, specifically in the Cloister of San Telmo. Moreover, this closing concert will once again present winning soloists of the Salvat Bach Grant and the Bachcelona Consort, led by the violinist Farran Sylvan James.

 

Salvat Beca Bach Soloists

Maëlys Robinne, soprano

Eulàlia Fantova, alto

Matthew Thomson, tenor

Noé Chapolard, bass (finalist SBB 2024)

 

Bachcelona Consort

Farran Sylvan James, violin

Alba Roca, violin

Mau Ziemkiewicz, viola

Guillermo Turina, cello

Daniel Tarrida, harpsichord

12 Sep

CANTATAS CYCLE (BWV 78 & 99)

Museu de la Música (Sala de Teclats)
Thursday, 12/09/2024 20:00

CANTATAS CYCLE (BWV 78 & 99)

Museu de la Música (Sala de Teclats)

Thursday, 12/09/2024 20:00

We often come across passages of great instrumental virtuosity in Bach’s cantatas. For example, in August and September of 1724 he consecutively composed various cantatas in which the flute’s role is quite notable and of exceptional difficulty. The foremost hypothesis in this respect is that the famous French flautist Pierre-Gabriel Buffardin was visiting Leipzig at that time and Bach took the opportunity to dedicate some cantatas to him.

 

This concert is held in collaboration with the Korkyra Baroque Festival of Croatia, where we are also presenting this programme. The performance will comprise the cantatas BWV 78 Jesu, der du meine Seele and BWV 99 Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan – two beautiful works, both composed in September of 1724, just one week apart from each other.

 

Salvat Beca Bach Soloists

Maine Takeda, soprano

Matthias Dähling, countertenor

Marc Garcia, tenor

Charlie Baigent, bass

 

Bachcelona Consort 

Katy Elkin, oboe

Dani Ramírez, oboe

David Gutiérrez, traverso

Ignacio Ramal, violin

Cristina Altemir, violin

Clara Pouvreau, cello

Daniel Tarrida, harpsichord

26 Nov

CANTATAS CYCLE (BWV 116 & 200)

Museu de la Música (Sala de Teclats)
Tuesday, 26/11/2024 20:00

CANTATAS CYCLE (BWV 116 & 200)

Museu de la Música (Sala de Teclats)

Tuesday, 26/11/2024 20:00

Jointly prepared with the Idanha-a-Nova Festival (Portugal) and the Spanish Music Festival of Cádiz, this programme includes two Bach cantatas (BWV 116 and 200) in addition to a dialogue with the music of Francesc Valls, a contemporary of Bach and the foremost exponent of the Baroque in 18th-century Barcelona. Specifically, a selection is offered from Valls’s Missa Regalis, dedicated to the King of Portugal and first performed in 1740.

 

 

Salvat Beca Bach Soloists

Maëlys Robinne, soprano

Eulàlia Fantova, alto

Ferran Mitjans, tenor

Oriol Mallart, bass

 

Bachcelona Consort

Katy Elkin, oboe

Ignacio Ramal, violin

Cristina Altemir, violin

Núria Pujolràs, viola

Guillermo Turina, cello
30 Dec 2025

CANTATAS CYCLE (BWV 122 & 133)

Església Luterana de parla Alemanya
Monday, 30/12/2024 19:00

CANTATAS CYCLE (BWV 122 & 133)

Església Luterana de parla Alemanya

Monday, 30/12/2024 19:00

To finish off the year, we present two of Bach’s specifically Christmas cantatas (BWV 122 and 133), also composed in 1724, in the month of December. One usually hears the Christmas Oratorio at this time of year, but on this occasion the audience has the chance to discover two superb works which likewise express the hope, joy and redemption symbolised by the coming of the Messiah.

 

Salvat Beca Bach Soloists

Maëlys Robinne, soprano

Eulàlia Fantova, alto

Matthew Thomson, tenor

Vincent de Soomer, bass

 

Bachcelona Consort

Katy Elkin, oboe

Daniel Ramírez, oboe

Ignacio Ramal, violin

Núria Pujolràs, viola

Clara Pouvreau, cello

Daniel Tarrida, harpsichord

Fundació Bachcelona
Email: fundacio@bachcelona.com
 

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