Enjoy an evening of music for string quartet at the Japan Information & Cultural Center of the Embassy of Japan in the company of the Brussels Philharmonic Soloists. Our principals Nadja Nevolovitsch, Mari Hagiwara, Mihai Cocea and Kristaps Bergs will play music by Mozart, Debussy and Arnold Nevolovitsch. We spoke with violinist Nadja on performing the Noveletten, a piece composed by her father Arnold.
Day in and day out, the musicians of Brussels Philharmonic practise together in order to shine in the numerous masterpieces for orchestra played during the concerts. But on top of the orchestral collaboration, they regularly unite in smaller ensembles and delve into the rich chamber music repertoire. Enjoy an evening in the company of Brussels Philharmonic Soloists Nadja Nevolovitsch, (principal first violins), Mari Hagiwara (principal second violins), Mihai Cocea (principal viola) and Kristaps Bergs (principal cello). These four top musicians will play the colourful music of Mozart, Debussy and Arnold Nevolovitsch.
We spoke with violinst Nadja Nevolovitsch about Noveletten composed by her father Arnold Nevolovitsch. You can discover the piece, originally written for a bassoon quartet, live ons stage on March 19 during a free concert at the Embassy of Japan.
Nadja Nevolovitsch, violin
Mari Hagiwara, violin
Mihai Cocea, viola
Kristaps Bergs, cello
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart • Divertimento in D-major, K. 136
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart • Divertimento in F-major, K. 138
Arnold Nevolovitsch • Noveletten
Claude Debussy • String Quartet in G majort, op. 10
Japan Information & Cultural Centre (JICC) of the Embassy of Japan in Belgium: Van Maerlantstraat 1 Rue Van Maerlant, 1040 Brussels
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