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Festival Cantabile and Gulbenkian Orchestra

Free admission

Festival Cantabile 2015, 6th edition – The Art of Chamber Music is back!

Festival Cantabile soloists: Diemut Poppen (viola and direction), Sebastian Manz (clarinet), Barnabás Kelemen (violin), Katalin Kokas (violin), Laszlo Fenyö (cello)
Gulbenkian Orchestra soloists: Pedro Meireles (violin), Ana Beatriz Manzanilla (violin), Lu Zheng (viola), Varoujan Bartikian (cello)

António Pinho Vargas > Antiques
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart > Clarinet quintet, K.581
António Pinho Vargas > Two violins for Carlos Paredes
Franz Schubert > 5 Minuets and 6 Trios, D.89
António Pinho Vargas > Three fragments for solo clarinet
Dmitri Chostakovitch > Two pieces for string octet, op. 11

The repertoire of the Festival Cantabile interweaves the past and the present, as the audience is invited to embark on a musical journey.

Entrusted, once again, to the artistic direction of internationally-renowned soloist Diemut Poppen, the Festival Cantabile brings to Portugal some of the world's most celebrated musicians. The work of the composer António Pinho Vargas will be especially featured in this concert.

Sponsor Goethe Institut


> 6
Saturday September 26, 7 pm
Admission dependent on presentation of ticket (tickets can be collected on the concert day from 5 pm onwards) 


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