Céline Moinet & Florian UhligPrepare to be enchanted by the extraordinary Céline Moinet, “…one of the finest oboists in the world” [International Record Review], in a very special end of year concert
|Sat 02 Dec, 8pm||Rotunda Hospital (Pillar Room), Dublin 1|
**Please read carefully the information below on access to The Pillar Room venue on Saturday 2nd December**
Doors to The Pillar Room will open at 7.30pm on Saturday 2nd December. The concert will begin at 8pm with a festive reception taking place at the interval - the concert is expected to end at approximately 10pm.
Please note that latecomers will be asked to wait until a suitable break in the performance before they can enter the hall.
The Pillar Room pedestrian entrance is located on Parnell Square East, it is accessed through a gate to the right-hand side of the Gate Theatre, Cavendish Row.
Parking will be available in the Rotunda Hospital car park at a flat rate of €6. The car park entrance is located on Parnell Square West, beside the hospital entrance - payment must be made on exit from the car park - exact change is needed (€2, €1 and 50c coins only).
**The car park will close at 11pm sharp**
Prepare to be enchanted by the extraordinary Céline Moinet, “…one of the finest oboists in the world” [International Record Review], in Music Network's very special end of year concert on Saturday 2nd December at The Pillar Room, Rotunda Hospital, Dublin 1. Performing with acclaimed pianist Florian Uhlig, the programme includes chamber music by Robert Schumann, Carl Nielsen, Clara Schumann and Antonio Pasculli as well as a piece by Irish composer James Wilson.
Expect a fearless performance executed with technical aplomb and sublime virtuosity from this stunning duo in the wonderful surrounds of the Rotunda Hospital’s Pillar Room. Dublin audiences have the opportunity to hear them perform repertoire from Moinet’s recently released CD with Berlin Classics, ‘Schumann Romances’ in advance of their BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert at Wigmore Hall on Monday 4th December.
For the past ten years, Céline Moinet has been one of the most exceptional performing artists on her instrument. The young oboist’s concerts bring both audiences and critics alike to rapturous applause. In demand as a soloist with major orchestras all over the world, she has played at the Salzburg Easter Festival under Christoph Eschenbach, with the Staatskapelle Dresden, at the Pacific Music Festival under Fabio Luisi and with the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra in Suntory Hall. She also regularly tours as a soloist with the Dresden Kapellsolisten and the Kammerorchester Basel. Céline is principal oboe of Dresden Staatskapelle, a position she has held since 2008.
Florian Uhlig made his orchestral debut at the Barbican in London in 1997 and since then he has performed worldwide with leading orchestras. In addition to his solo projects, Florian is much in demand as a chamber musician and lieder pianist - he was the last partner of the legendary baritone Hermann Prey. In 2009, Florian Uhlig founded the Johannesburg International Mozart Festival in South Africa. As Artistic Director, he has guided the fortunes of the two-week music festival, which presents symphony and choral concerts as well as chamber and solo recitals featuring top-class ensembles and artists. Additionally the festival highlights the importance of interdisciplinary projects, contemporary music, the promotion of young artists and social integration.
|Sat 02 Dec||Rotunda Hospital (Pillar Room), Dublin 1||8pm , €25 / €20||(01) 475 0224||Music Network|
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Three Romances Op. 94
I. Nicht Schnell
II. Einfach, Innig
III. Nicht Schnell
Nachtstücke Op. 23
I. Mehr langsam, oft zurückhaltend
II. Markiert und lebhaft
III. Mit großer Lebhaftigkeit
Kinderszenen, Op. 15
VIII. Am Kamin
12 Klavierstücke für kleine und große Kinder, Op. 85
Carl Nielsen (1865-1931)
Two Fantasy Pieces Op. 2
I. Romance: Andante con duolo
II. Humoresque: Allegretto Scherzando
James Wilson (1922 - 2005)
Clara Schumann (1819-1896)
Three Romances, Op. 22
I. Andante Molto
II. Allegretto. Mit zartem Vortrage
III. Leidenschaftlich Schnell
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Kreisleriana Op. 16 (Mov I – III)
I. Äußerst bewegt
II. Sehr innig und nicht zu rasch
III. Sehr aufgeregt
Antonio Pasculli (1842-1924)
Fantasia sull'opera Poliuto di Donizetti
Schumann - Romances for oboe & piano : II. Einfach, innig
Mozart - Oboenkonzert : I. Allegro aperto
"An exhilarating performance – edgy, audacious, fired up with virtuosic bravado – and the multiphonics and breathtaking"- BBC Music Magazine [on Céline Moinet]
"Florian Uhlig plays in masterly fashion. His interpretations bear comparison with the very best."- Süddeutsche Zeitung