Events and tours

Beethoven by the Baltic Sea

2020 November 11
1 h 50 min
10 Eur
Start of the Event: 6.30 pm 
Place of the event: Klaipėda Concert Hall
Dalia Dėdinskaitė (violin)
Gleb Pyšniak (cello)
Ralf Taal (piano, Estonia)
Programme: Ludwig van Beethoven, Pēteris Vasks,Arvo Pärt, Anatolijus Šenderovas




We at the Klaipėda Concert Hall will have yet another chance to attend the appearance of the riveting musical family – violinist Dalia Dėdinskaitė and cellist Gleb Pyšniak. We still remember the period when they both played with the Klaipėda Chamber Orchestra. Currently, they work at the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society: Gleb joined the Čiurlionis String Quartet, while Dalia was recently appointed the concertmaster of the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra.
 
This time they invited Estonian pianist Ralf Taal to take part in the chamber programme titled “Beethoven by the Baltic Sea,” which links the work of the Viennese classic to that of contemporary composers from the three Baltic countries. The Estonian pianist has built solid reputation for his interpretations of the 21s-century piano repertoire, as well as received accolades in several international piano competitions. According to the initiator of this programme, cellist Gleb Pyšniak, “we are going to team up with the wonderful pianist who is currently numbered among the leading Estonian performers. Since this year we mark the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven’s birth and 30th anniversary of restoration of the independence of Lithuania, we decided to perform Beethoven’s fantastic Second Symphony (to my knowledge, its version for piano trio has never been performed in Lithuania before) and combine it with the works by the Baltic composers – Pēteris Vasks,Arvo Pärt and Anatolijus Šenderovas – as a musical reflection of sorts. We will repeat the same programme in five cities across Estonia. Some time ago we have performed the chamber version of Beethoven’s Second Symphony at the Tartu festival. This concert was recorded and broadcast by the Estonian Klassika Raadio.”
The concert goers showing symptoms of acute respiratory infections (cold or flu like symptoms), experiencing fever (37.3ºC and more) or other signs of infectious diseases shall not be admitted to the events and no claims for ticket refunds shall be accepted.
 
While attending our events, it is mandatory to wear face coverings (face masks or respirators), except children under 6 years of age.
 
All concert goers shall be subject to temperature check at the entrance.
 
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Children under age 7 are not admitted to the evening concerts. The Klaipėda Concert Hall offers special educational projects for the pre-school children and their parents.