Tabea Debus & Samuele Telari

Woolwich Works, Woolwich
Thursday 7 March 2024, 8.00pm

Full price: £13
Students/ Under 18s/ UC: £11.25

Past Event

A unique programme of music and movement, inspired by the physicality of Roosendael’s Rotations, created by virtuoso recorder player Tabea Debus and dazzling accordion player Samuele Telari, in collaboration with award-winning choreographer Sally Marie whose choreography is performed by dancer Elisa Blasi.

Featuring a new commission and works from giants of twentieth century music, the show’s choreography of the musicians makes full use of the ‘in the round’ setting.

This performance has no interval. There will be a post-show Q&A with the artists.

PÄRT – Pari Intervallo
BARTÓK – Pe loc (From Six Romanian Folk Dances)
ROOSENDAEL – Rotations for solo recorder
BARTÓK – Buciumeana (From Six Romanian Folk Dances)
LIM – slowly, turning
SEMIONOV – Allegretto (From Bulgarian Suite)
BACH –Siciliano, Largo (From Sonata in c-Moll BWV 1017)
CARDINI – Would you keep a secret?
BARTÓK – Poargă românească & Mărunte (From Six Romanian Folk Dances)
HOSOKAWA – Sen V for solo accordion
PÄRT – Spiegel im Spiegel


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Presented by Music in the Round, in partnership with the Young Classical Artists Trust.

Thanks to the Hinrichsen Foundation for supporting Sounds of Now.