Anna Pilleroni, harp
Eugenio Palumbo, mandolin
Johann Sebastian Bach - Sonata in G minor BWV 1020
Ludwig van Beethoven - Andagio ma non troppo in E flat major WoO 43b
Bernard Andrès - Zerbina
Vincent Beer-Demander - Tombeau à Raffaele Calace, for solo mandolin
Astor Piazzolla - Histoire du Tango: Café 1930, Night-club 1960
Thu 11 Jan ’2412:30 uurSmall Hall
Anna Pilleroni developed an interest in the harp through her passion for ballet. Elegance, discipline, and harmony are the words that describe her music. On stage, she can be seen both as a soloist and as part of chamber music ensembles. Since 2020, she has also been a member of the KhromaDuo and, since pursuing a master's degree at the Conservatorium Maastricht, she collaborates with composition students.
Eugenio Palumbo is a splendid example for the new generation of mandolin players. As a promoter of original repertoire, he believes that the creation of new works is essential for the rediscovery of the mandolin. Palumbo collaborates with composers each year in the creation of solo and chamber music pieces. He navigates between a historical and contemporary repertoire, and together with Anna Pilleroni, they form a duo that is unparalleled in the international concert scene.
Lunchtime concerts are a delicious break in the middle of your day, and you can take this literally! An hour of lovely music in our Small Hall. From piano recitals to chamber music and wind instruments, we offer a varied and refreshing programme. Because we think it's important to offer a stage to budding talent, you'll find recently graduated musicians and competition winners performing for you.
After the concert
Of course, a lunchtime concert is not complete without a tasty lunch. Therefore, you can enjoy a tasty homemade soup and delicious fresh bread in the City Foyer after the concert. You can order this along with your ticket and it is possible up to 24 hours before the concert.