No 75 Music from The Queen’s Chamber Band

Thu 15th June 2017  »  9:30 pm
Altes Rathaus

– J. C. Bach: Quartett C-Dur, (Frühfassung von op. 8 Nr. 1, WarB B 51, aus der Sammlung Kulukundis) – J. C. Bach: Quartett D-Dur, (Frühfassung von op. 8 Nr. 2, WarB B 52, aus der Sammlung Kulukundis) – J. C. Bach: Quartett G-Dur, (Frühfassung von op. 8 Nr. 5, Warb B 55, aus der Sammlung Kulukundis) – J. C. Bach: Quartett B-Dur, (Frühfassung von op. 8 Nr. 6, WarB B 56, aus der Sammlung Kulukundis) – J. C. Bach: Quartett f-Moll, (Frühfassung von op. 8 Nr. 4, Warb B 54, aus der Sammlung Kulukundis) – J. C. Bach: Quartett Es-Dur, op. 8 Nr. 3, Warb B 53

Go Arai (oboe), Daniel Deuter (violin), Thomas Fritzsch (viola da gamba), Inka Döring (violoncello)

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Ticket prices: € 37,00 | 29,00
reduced: € 32,00 | 23,00

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»My Christian is a stupid boy; that’s why he’s certain to make his fortune in the world one day.« These are the words that Leipzig’s Thomaskantor Johann Sebastian Bach is said to have uttered to intimate friends about his youngest son. And indeed, Johann Christian was later to become the metropolis-dweller among Bach’s sons, his career taking him first to Italy and, from 1762, to London. There, he composed operas, concertos and chamber music, and together with Carl Friedrich Abel organised a popular concert series. Eventually, Johann Christian Bach was appointed to the English royal court and founded »The Queen’s Chamber Band«.

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