A cello elegy

A Cello Elegy by Duo Domo
at Palazzetto Bru Zane
A cello elegy

The soul-stirring melodies of cello and piano with the chamber music concert, “A Cello Elegy”, a part of the esteemed “Fauré and His Pupils” cycle, will be staged at Palazzetto Bru Zane on May 7, 2024.

The mesmerizing performance by the Duo Domo, comprising Domonkos Hartmann (cello) and Domonkos Csabay (piano), promises an enchanting evening featuring works for cello and piano by Fauré, Roger-Ducasse, N. Boulanger, and Koechlin.

Immerse yourself in the profound beauty of Gabriel Fauré’s Élégie, a cornerstone of the cello repertoire since its publication in 1883, continuing to captivate audiences with its timeless allure. Beyond this masterpiece, delve into Fauré’s diverse treatment of the cello in conjunction with scores by his esteemed students. Witness a delightful juxtaposition of genres as the Duo Domo presents compositions that transcend classical forms, embracing the essence of salon imagery, as seen in Roger-Ducasse’s Romance, and the evocative echoes of folk music in Koechlin’s Chansons bretonnes.

Moreover, revel in the artistry of Nadia Boulanger, who ingeniously transcribed organ pieces for the cello, adding a unique and compelling dimension to the instrument’s repertoire.

Join us for an evening that celebrates the cello’s emotive resonance, exploring diverse compositions that weave a tapestry of emotions, from introspective elegance to vibrant folkloric echoes. Experience the lyrical harmonies and masterful interplay between cello and piano, illuminating the richness of this timeless musical heritage.

Website: www.bru-zane.com

Location: Palazzetto Bru Zane, Venice

Schedule: May 7, 2024

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