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Concert by the Modern Cello-Piano Duo

At Bir Miftuh Chapel, Limits of Gudja
Saturday, 1st June 2019 at 20.00 hours

The Modern Cello-Piano Duo is made up of Daniel Sorour (Violoncello) and Clemens Kröger (Piano)

The main objective of „The Modern Cello-Piano Duo“ is to combine classical literature with modern music, especially from the 20th century. Feeling well connected to composers of the classical and romantic period such as Brahms, Schubert and Beethoven, the two musicians show the continuation of the styles in many different composing techniques and cultural surroundings.

„The Modern Cello-Piano Duo“ participates in around 60 concerts a year and has travelled a lot around the world. Having been to China, Japan and all over Europe, the last tours took them to Lebanon, Chile and Namibia. The Duo has built an extensive part of their repertoire especially through the influences from their South American journeys.

The Duo which is being brought over to Malta by the German-Maltese Circle, will give a concert during the 2019 Bir Miftuh International Festival, a chamber music festival in the medieval chapel of Santa Maria ta’ Bir Miftuh. The festival, organized by Din l’Art Helwa has the purpose of promoting the common European cultural heritage.

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