“My aim in concert is to create feelings of belonging” Rosanne Philippens.
She present a full evening based Schubert, the intimacy of his melody, the focus on making music together. With dear colleagues, as bassist Rick Stotijn and pianist Julien Quentin, Philippens explains the Schubert phenomenon in three chamber music masterpieces including the famous Trout Quintet.
Since Rosanne Philippens won the National Violin Competition Oskar Back in 2009, her career did not stop growing and she is mentioned in the same breath as Dutch flagships Janine Jansen, Liza Ferschtman and Simone Lamsma. Regarding chamber music, she focuses each year on a different composer. This time she professes her love for Schubert.
I had the pleasure to choreograph a dance duet for her interpretation of Schubert’s stunning “Fantasie for violin and piano” focusing on the intimacy of the conversation between both instruments, vibration, resonance and the wide range their atmospheres.
Wondering If all of it is endlessly captured, accumulated on the primary relationship between the violin strings and the bow.
Rosanne Philippens violin
Vladimir Percevic viola
Ella van Poucke cello
Rick Stotijn bass
Julien Quentin piano
Vera Goetzee & Anni Kaila dance
Rosabel Huguet choreography
28th of September 2016 at the Muziekgebouw aan’t IJ, Amsterdam
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