BACH !!! Three days, three soloists and three exclamation marks.

By on November 8, 2017
Marios Tamides

BACH !!! Three days, three soloists and three exclamations marks
A incomparable opportunity to enjoy all of Bach’s solo suites for piano, cello and violin – live, in a row and during a weekend – with soloists who belong to the absolute top layer in the world: Andreas Brantelid, Christian Ihle Hadland and Isabelle Faust.

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) has affected and influenced musicians and composers for centuries. His presence is often tracked far beyond what we count as art music.

During a weekend in February we will inspect this incomparable giant with lupp and present his most scaled-down work in full figure. UKK offers a rare opportunity and a big bite of amazing music: Johann Sebastian Bach’s all solo suites for cello, piano and violin!

– Many who play violin, piano or cello have played the solo partitas and sonata of Bach, but very rarely you get the chance to hear these live – and above all not all at once. Hearing three full-featured instrumentalists playing all six solo pieces on each instrument on an evening is a challenge and a unique chance! Do not miss this, says Stefan Holmström, producer of the project at Uppsala Concert & Congress

We are therefore looking forward to three monumental concerts where a magnificent artistry meets three extraordinary soloists.

Friday 2/2 19.00 Sal B
Cellist Andreas Brantelid plays J.S. Bach’s six solo cello suites BWV 1007-1012.

Saturday 3/2 16.00 Sal B
Pianist Christian Ihle Hadland plays J.S. Bach’s six solo partitas for the piano BWV 825 – 830.

Sunday 4/2 16.00 Sal B
Violinists Isabelle Faust plays J.S. Bach’s partitas and sonatas for solo violin BWV 1001-1006.

Helena Olofsson, Entertainment | Uppsala