Walking Concert Geertekerk – Sonnenborgh – Paushuize

Monday December 30 | 12:00 hr
Janine Jansen  Violin Daniel Blendulf  Cello Clara Andrada de la Calle  Flute Jan Jansen  Harpsichord New Generation musicians  


12.00 – 12.45 hrs Geertekerk

J.S. Bach Sonata in E major, BWV 1016 | Sonata in e minor, BWV 1023 | Trio Sonata in C major, BWV 529

Janine Jansen, Daniel Blendulf, Clara Andrada de la Calle, Jan Jansen

13.15 – 14.00 hrs Sonnenborgh

Beethoven String Trio in c minor, Op. 9 no. 3

New Generation musicians Ludvig Gudim, Timothy Ridout & Amalie Stalheim

14.30 – 15.15 hrs Paushuize

Prokofiev Sonata in C major, opus 56 | Moszkowsky Suite in G major, opus 71

New Generation musicians Johan Dalene & Sonoko Miriam Welde


From Bach, via Bach arrangements, wandering through Romanticism and arriving at more modern times … Along these lines runs the route that Janine Jansen has set out for the Walking Concerts. Your ears cover great distances, both in place and in time. And: there are more roads that lead to Rome. The travel through one walking route is slightly more romantic / twentieth-century oriented. For both journeys, Bach is the starting point; in the Geertekerk we hear a Leipzig chapter, entirely devoted to the great master himself. Janine Jansen, Daniel Blendulf, Clara Andrada de la Calle and Jan Jansen sign for this. After that you follow a central European and Russian route and you end up in the Vienna of Beethoven. His String Trio, published in 1797, is in the hands of three New Generation musicians. From the Habsburg capital we arrive in Polish and Russian atmospheres, with Prokofiev’s Sonata for two violins and Moszkovsky’s impetuous Suite for two violins and piano. All presented by musicians from the New Generation!