CLASSICAL CONCERT & VAN KLEEF TASTING
When: Sunday 5 July 2020, 15:00 - 17:30 h.
Where: Museum Van Kleef, Lange Beestenmarkt 109 Den Haag
Price: € 29,50 per person
Reservation: Please contact us on telephone number 070 345 22 73
To help musici during the "Corona era" The Green Concerts & Van Kleef will present "Con Spirito"; an intimate concert with a Van Kleef tasting!
Tami Krausz on flute and Lilia Slavny on violin - more information about these internationally renowned artists, see below at this page.
18th Century French court music from Lodewijk de XIV's Versaille:
J.B. Lully: 'Marche pour la Cérémonie des Turcs' and Tambourin from 'Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme
F. Couperin: 'le tic toc choc' and 'le Rossignol en amour' (the nightingale in love)
J.B. de Boismortier: duo for flute and violin
English music on the thames:
G.F. Handel: meuet from “Water Music”
A. Corelli and A. Vivaldi : Variations on 'Les Follies d'Espagne'
German 'Sturm und Drang' from Hamburg:
G.Ph. Telemann and C.P.E.Bach: Hamburger Sonata and Duos for flute and violin
Vienese and English Salon music:
W.A.Mozart: Arranged exerpts from his Flute quartets
L.v.Beethoven: Variations on fashionalble Irish tune: “The Last Rose of Summer”and Irish gigue “Paddy whak”
19th century Garden Delight:
L. Delibes: 'Flower Duet'
W.A.Mozart: 'Alla Turca'
In between the musical pieces we'll serve:
A tasting of 6 different Van Kleef jenevers and/or liqueurs.
On the table(s) we keep refilling;
- warm, oven fresh bread
- two different, homemade pâtés (one will be vegetarian)
- fresh olives
- roasted nuts (peanuts, cashew nuts, almonds, etc.)
Tap water (unlimited)
Concert flutist Tami Krausz was born in Israel to a family of artists, philosophers and linguists. While completing her bachelor's degree in Tel Aviv music academy and having worked with Zubin Mehta and the young Israeli philharmonic, Tami had been exposed to Early Music and had received the NUFFIC scholarship form the Dutch government to continue her Masters in The Hague conservatoire. Upon graduation Cum laude under prof. Barthold Kuijken, Tami launched a performing career as principal flutist and soloist with some of the finest ensembles and conductors in Europe, among them: L'orchestre des Champs Elyse'es (Philippe Herreweghe), Le Concert de la loge (Julien Chauvin ) Le Cercle de l'harmonie (Jeremie Rohrer), Amstrdam Baroque Orchestra (Toon Koopman), Holland Baroque, B'rock (Ren'e Jacobs) Capella Augustina (Andreas Sperring), Capriccio Stravagante and the Polish Orkiestra Historyczna
Chamber music collaborations include Soprano Sandrine Piau, Soprano Claron McFadden, Contra tenor Philippe Jaroussky, Pianist Alexander Melnikov and violinist Julien Chauvin.
Her recent CD recording for Rame'e records of works by Beethoven and Kuhlau with pianist Shuann Chai is warmly received by the music press. Tami enjoys making drawing-sketches of her colleagues and nature scenery-drawings during rehearsals and on concert tours. "The Green Concerts" is Tami's most recent initiative, bringing high quality early music-theater acts to local music and art loving crowds in non-conventional green spaces.
Concert violinist Lilia Slavny was born in Moscow, Russia. She started her music studies on the violin at the age of 4, attending later the Moscow Music College of the P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatorium. In 1991 Lilia moved to Israel where she completed with honors her bachelors studies in the Rubin Academy of Music and Dance in Jerusalem under M.Kugel, D.Fradkin, and Eliezer Bendersky. In 1993 Lilia, unexpectedly, received a full scholarship for taking part in the Jerusalem Early Music Course, where for the first time she discovered historically informed performance and Baroque music, the music field which would soom become her main profession. She has been the principal player of the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra conducted and directed by David Shemer and a member of Binjamina quartet led by her teacher D.Fradkin. Being a passionate admirer of Gustav Leonhardt, Ton Koopman and Frans Bruggen, Lilia moved to the Netherlands in 2002 to study Baroque violin at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague under Elizabeth Wallfish and Kati Dbretzeni. She graduated in 2008 with distinction. She is the first prize winner of the International Soloist Competition for Early Instruments in Schärding Austria, 2004. She regularly performs internationally with such distinguished musicians as Ton Koopman, Alfredo Bernardini, Enrico Onofri, Philippe Jaroussky, and as a member as such ensembles as Apollo Ensemble, Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra (NL), Ludovice Ensemble (Portugal), the English Baroque Soloists, the King’s Consort (England), Le Cercle de l’Harmonie, Le Concert de la Loge (France), Il Gardellino (Belgium), Danedin Consot (Scotland), among others.
In her free time Lilia is a passionate amateur expert and collector of vintage and antique bijouterie, from time to time visiting workshops of goldsmiths and designers, and loves to read Russian literature and art history books.