Sun 7 Jun ’20 15:30 uur
Milstein, Debussy, Suk

Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition 2018

Milan Al-Ashab, violin

Milan Al-Ashab, violin
Adam Skoumal, piano

Milstein - Paganiniana for solo violin
Suk - Four pieces
Skoumal - Djinnia
Debussy - Beau Soir
Debussy - Violin Sonata
Bloch - Nigun
Waxman – Carmen Fantasy

Sun 7 Jun ’20
15:30 uur
  • Sun 7 Jun ’20
    15:30 uur
    small hall
  • Price does not include € 2 service costs per ticket

Due to the latest measures implemented by our government around the corona virus outbreak, we have had to cancel all concerts and close our café Meneer Frits until September 1st. We are currently trying to re-schedule all cancelled concerts to a later date. Due to the enormity of this process, it may take a little longer than you might expect from us before we can give you any clarity. 

Muziekgebouw Eindhoven has had to close its box-office with immediate effect. You can reach us on e-mail tickets@muziekgebouweindhoven.nl, but we must ask you to refrain from contacting us about any cancellations. 

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Fritz Kreisler was one of the most sensational violinists of the first half of the twentieth century. He played his way to immortality with Liebesfreud and Schön Rosmarin. Therefore, it is a great honour to win the Viennese competition that was named after him.

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Czech Milan Al-Ashab did just that. Debussy’s Violin Sonata demands endless finesse and a sense of nuance from the performer. Not all the names featured on the programme may be equally well-known: Suk is Dvořák’s romantic son-in-law, Nathan Milstein was also a violin prodigy and Waxman’s fantasy elaborates on Bizet’s famous opera.

A cheese selection & wine or another intermission beverage is included in the ticket price for this series.

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