‘When art meets music’ at Bin Hamoodah Fort on Thurs., 9th Nov.

Trombone Trio

The Trombone Trio of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra with pianist Jeroen Bal: ‘When art meets music’

Set in the beautiful outdoor Bin Hamoodah Fort in Al Ain on November 9th, “The Trombone Trio of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra” and pianist Jeroen Bal will explore the connection between music and visual arts, therefore creating a unique sensory experience that will take the audience on a harmonious musical journey that is rare of its kind.

In a programme inspired by artworks, the Trombone trio will perform pieces by composers such as Modest Mussorgsky, but also Anton Bruckner and Franz Schubert, whose music isn’t only to portray the presentation of certain paintings or buildings, but also to evocate the feeling left behind by the visual impression on the artists…

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Lucerne Symphony Orchestra plays Al Jahili Fort on 12 Oct.


Opening the new Abu Dhabi Classics 2017-2018 Season with a Gala Concert in Al Jahili Fort (Al Ain), the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra will play one of Beethoven’s most popular Symphonies: the 4th Symphony, written in 1806. For one of the fathers of the Romanic movement in music, German composer Robert Schumann, this Symphony was also, the “most romantic” of Beethoven’s Symphonic works. Completing the evening in Al Jahili Fort will also be the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg’s Piano Concerto composed in 1868, a work widely influenced by the same Robert Schumann and its interest in folk music. Also on the programme for the evening, the Siegfied-Idyll, the Symphonic Poem Richard Wagner offered his wife Cosima for the birth of their son Siegfried in 1869.

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More details of this concert, including ticket information, are available at:- http://abudhabimusic.ae/en/events/lucerne.symphony.orchestra.aspx