Avondconcert Kasteel Heeze

Storioni Festival
Wed 1 Jun ’22 20:15 uur

Hervé Joulain, horn
Erik Bosgraaf, recorder
Justus Grimm, cello
Danae Dörken, piano
Dianto Reed Quintet,
Storioni Trio

Jean-Philippe Rameau (arr. Raaf Hekkema) - Prélude & Allemande from 'Suite la Triomphante'. 
Isaac Albéniz (arr. Hugo Bouma) - Asturias from 'Suite Española op.47'. 
Manuel de Falla (arr. Hugo Bouma) - selection from 'El amor brujo
Robert Schumann - Adagio & Allegro op.70 for horn and piano
Frank Bridge - 'Four pieces' for cello and piano 
Jacob van Eyck - Music for solo recorder from Der Fluyten Lust-hof
Johannes Brahms - Piano Trio op.8

Wed 1 Jun ’22
20:15 uur
  • Wed 1 Jun ’22
    20:15 uur
    Kasteel Heeze
    Past event

The third concert also takes place in the courtyard of the historic Castle Heeze. Here the Storioni Trio will once again be performing, together with recorder player Erik Bosgraaf, cellist Justus Grimm and pianist Danae Dörken, the French horn player Hervé Joulain, who has sung solo with more than a hundred orchestras and is solo horn player of the Orchestre National de France. And finally the Dianto Reed Quintet, an ensemble of Spanish reed players that came to the Netherlands for further study. in the Netherlands.

Last year, they won first prize at both the Storioni Competition and the Grachtenfestival Conservatorium Concours. They were also finalists at the Dutch Classical Talent. This reed quintet opens with ideal music for the outdoors by the French Baroque genius Jean Philippe Rameau, and with pages full of Spanish sunshine and folklore by Manuel de Falla and Isaac Albéniz. This will be followed by one of the earliest works for French horn by Robert Schumann, the Adagio & Allegro. Clara Schumann found it 'prächtig, frisch und leidenschaftlich'. 


After the wonderful pieces for cello and piano by Frank Bridge music that perfectly fits the historical entourage is heard, recorder music by jonkheer Jacob van Eijck, the blind organist, who played the carillon and recorder at the request of the city of Utrecht to entertain the strollers and couples in love in the park around St. John's Church. St. John's Church. The last word is for the Storioni Trio with a generous romantic novella by Johannes Brahms.