PUTBUS FESTIVAL 2022


26.05. - 06.06.2022

The four elements

FIRE - WATER - AIR - EARTH


SERVICE
Box Office opening times: Tuesday to Friday 10 am - 1pm and 4 pm - 6 pm
On performance days the Box Office will open one hour prior to the performance starting.

Telephone orders: 038 301 - 80 83 30. Tickets can also be ordered at all authorised booking agents in Germany and at eventim.de.
www.theater-vorpommern.de
www.putbus-festspiele.de
Theater Vorpommern GmbHTheater Putbus Markt 13, 18581 Putbus

Package price
Book a package and save! When booking three or more events (dinner excluding), you receive a 20% discount from a normal price (only box offices of the Vorpommern Theatre).

THEATREBUS
Free return by TheatreBus or TheatreTaxi: After the shows TheatreBus or TheatreTaxi returns guests via Binz to Göhren, to Bergen and Sassnitz. Please note! If you want to use this service please sign up BEFORE the show at the Box office.

VENUES
Theater Putbus, Markt 13, 18581 Putbus
Stage Goor on the beach behind the bath house

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Saturday, June 04, 2022
7 30 p.m.

Air andLoveTickets  

Chamber concert with Flautando, Cologne

"Air and Love" - an inexhaustible theme that has always been topical and has left wonderful sounding traces in the history of music. And of course it is about great feelings – then as now, and in all cultures. The popular melodies from the Renaissance, the Baroque and up to the modern age tell of consuming devotion, of separation and reunion, jealousy and oaths of loyalty, of glowing passion and deadly power. The breath is part of all these emotions: the sighing, the jubilation, the faltering as well as the hot breath - it is easy for the recorder to merge air and emotion, love and music.

Flautando Cologne is: Susanna Borsch - Susanne Hochscheid - Ursula Thelen - Kerstin de Witt. They sweep the dust out of the centuries-old scores with an almost contagious liveliness. More than 40 different recorders are used in their exciting tonal experiments. Highest precision and an astonishingly homogeneous, sometimes organ-like sound are the trademarks of the four excellent wind players, who always surprise with unusual performance concepts. In this context, a singing recorder player is certainly one of the special features of the charming formation from Cologne and she also speaks - how could it be otherwise - of love.

Programme:

John Playford
1651-1721
Red House
Never love thee more
Italian Rant
Francesco Landini
1325-1410
Adiu, adiu dous dame
Amor in huom gentil
Kurt Well
1900-1950
Surabaya Johnny
from "Happy End"
Georg Philipp
1681 – 1767
Telemann concert A minor
Adagio/Allegro/Adagio/Vivace
Anonymus Edremit van’ a bakar – folk song from Van
Sapkamin teregi düz – folk song fromTrabzon
Denizoglu Ali Bey Yolum bulaman
Sabahtan kalktim – Turkish folk song
Pause  
Neidhart
13. Jh.
„Ein Ritter im Reuental”
The music of the minstrel Neidhart
(Arr. Holger Schäfer)
Michel Pignolet de Monteclaire
1667-1737
„Mais tout parle d´amour”
Dietrich Buxtehude
1637-1707
Ciacona in eBuxWV 160
Johann Sebastian Bach
1685-1750
Arioso from „Capriccio sopra la
lontananza del suo fratello dilettissimo“ BWV 992
Fuge aus BWV 550
from England and Ireland  The Gentle Giant/Flook
Scarborugh Fair
The Bag of Spuds

 

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