Groupmuse x Le Wagon: Cara Dawson Trio

Groupmuse x Le Wagon: Cara Dawson Trio

Kreuzberg

Fri, February 3, 2023 6:00 PM, CET

Capacity
80 of 100 spots still available
Vaccine policy
COVID vaccine not required
Testing policy
COVID testing not required
Indoors
This is an indoor event
Mask policy
Masks are not required
If you feel sick, stay home
Drinking policy
Bring your own drinks
Wheelchair access
Not wheelchair accessible

This is a private groupmuse.

A live, in-person performance in an intimate setting, only open to people whom the host invites.

Host

Join us at the Le Wagon coding bootcamp for an exciting concert for alumni+friends. Drinks will be provided ūüćĽ

The Cara Dawson Trio is an emerging young ensemble, exploring old and new repertoire for the still underrepresented combination of harp, viola and flute. The formation was made popular in the turn of the last century with Debussy’s Sonata en Trio, the second in his series of sonatas for unique instrumental combinations. For generations since, this unusual formation has inspired composers with its archaic feeling. Its sound world is flowery yet chaotic, a contrasting quality which is reflected in Sofia Gubaidulina’s 1980 work Garden of Joy and Sorrow. These trios will each conclude one half of the program, and will be interspersed with solo works for each instrument from different epochs.

Krist√≥f Sikl√≥si is a Berlin based composer and flautist. After completing a Flute Masters Degree in Budapest, he now studies composition at Universit√§t der K√ľnste Berlin. Having always had a deep interest in new music practices, he has in recent years organised and taken part in a diverse range of events in Budapest and Berlin. He has collaborated with several composers researching new flute techniques, after which various new flute pieces were born. Through teaching, as well as orchestral, chamber and solo playing, he has gained a lot of experience in the so-called classical repertoire as well. As a performer, his aim is to popularise lesser known repertoire, encourage composers to write new pieces and make transcriptions or arrangements.

Anna Jurriaanse is a Viola student under Sascha Fr√∂mbling at the Universit√§t der K√ľnste in Berlin, having completed her bachelor in The Hague. She has always been very passionate about chamber music, and since 2016 she has been a regular member of the Pelargos Quartet, with which she performed Stockhausen's Helicopter String Quartet in 2019. Especially as a viola player, she enjoys being able to change roles each time. From leading to following, accompanying, communicating and much more. Anna loves all kinds of music and art in different settings, but she has a preference for playing the more late romantic/modern repertoire.

Cara Dawson is a harpist from England with a reputation spanning various musical scenes. She is a graduate of the Guildhall School and Trinity Laban, and now continues at Universit√§t der K√ľnste Berlin. Her awards have included the Ida Caroll Award for Strings, Henry Wood Trust Scholarship and the John Marson Harp Award for Outstanding Musicianship. In recent years, she has dedicated significant time to performing new music and regularly works with composers to write new works for harp solo and within ensembles. In 2018, Cara co-founded the composer/performer collective 'red panel‚Äô. In 2022, she was a semi finalist in the World Harp Competition, and was invited to the Dutch Harp Festival to a perform a recital of newly commissioned and self arranged works for harp and electronics.

What's the music?

Flute Sonata in A minor, Wq. 132, H.562
CPE Bach

(Selection from) Signs, Games and Messages
György Kurtág

Garten von Freuden und Traurigkeiten
SoÔ¨Āa Gubaidulina

-interval-

Suite for Harp
Benjamin Britten

Sonate En Trio
Claude Debussy

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