He Wednesday 9 October at 19.30 hours, National Dissemination Center Musical (CNDM) inaugurates the series of concerts featuring violinist Isabelle Faust German, "Artist in Residence" at the Center for season 19/20. In this residence, Isabelle Faust travel from the seventeenth century to the modern creations, some written specifically for her. In the first concert, to be held in the Chamber Hall of the National Music Auditorium, within the Liceo cycle Chamber XXI, Faust lead an octet of great instrumentalists composed of Anne-Katharina Schreiber (fiddle), Danusha Waskiewicz (viola), Kristin from Golt (cello), James Munro (double bass), Lorenzo Coppola (clarinet) Javier Zafra (fagot) y Teunis van der Zwart (horn). The program will consist of the Six bagatelles for string quartet of a. Webern and two key works of F. Schubert: he String Quartet No. 12 en do menor ‘Quartettsatz’ and the Octet in F major.
A lo largo de la temporada Isabelle Faust participará en cuatro conciertos más incluidos en tres ciclos diferentes de la programación del CNDM. The next meeting will be 4 November at the Auditorium 400 the Reina Sofia Museum, Series in the cycle 20/21, donde Isabelle Faust abordará un programa solista integrado por obras de G. Rochberg, L-G. Guillemain, H. Holliger, J. Georg Pisendel, G. Benjamin y H.I. Franz von Biber. Junto a la Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, la violinista alemana hará su incursión en el ciclo Universo Barroco, accompanied by Bernhard Forck (concertino y director) y Xenia Löffler (oboe) to interpret the large repertoire of J.S. Bach y č.p.. Bach. The concert will be held 2 March in the Symphony Hall of the National Auditorium. He 4 June three key players of the current scene will join Isabelle Faust in one of the most anticipated events of the Lyceum Chamber cycle XXI. Cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras, the pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard clarinetist Jörg Widmann and will play alongside Faust one of the most important works of the twentieth century: he Quartet for the End Times O. Messiaen. Complete music program A. Berg, M. Ravel y E. Carter. By last, in the Symphony Hall of the National Auditorium, el CNDM realizará un concierto en coproducción con la Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia con Isabelle Faust como solista de la primera versión del Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor J. Sibelius. The appointment will be 10 June 2020.
Isabelle Faust fascinates his audience with his solid performances. Delves into every conscious part of the musical context, historically appropriate instruments and authenticity in accordance with a state of contemporary knowledge. Destaca constantemente en un repertorio que va desde H. I. Franz von Biber a H. Lachenmann. After winning the Competition Leopold Mozart and Paganini, He acted very quickly with the most important orchestras in the world, such as the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, NHK Symphony Orchestra in Tokyo, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra. Faust is currently enjoying working closely with directors like Giovanni Antonini, Frans Brüggen, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Bernard Haitink, Daniel Harding, Philippe Herreweghe, Nelsons y Robin Ticciati. The great artistic curiosity Isabelle Faust and his open mind covering all ages and instrumental forms of cooperation. In addition to the great symphonic concerts violin, plays, for example, he Octet Schubert with historical instruments and Kafka Fragments G. Kurtág con Anna Prohaska about A Soldier's Story I. Stravinski con Dominique Horwitz. With great commitment, providing exceptional service to the interpretation of contemporary music and in the coming seasons will premiere works by P. Eötvös, O. Adamek, M. Stroppa, O. Strasnoy y B. Furrer. Faust recordings have been unanimously praised by critics and awarded the Diapason d'Or Award, Grammophone Award, Choc de l'année and other prizes. Las más recientes incluyen los conciertos de violín de Mozart con Il Giardino Armonico bajo la dirección de Giovanni Antonini. Isabelle Faust also has in his discography with outstanding recordings, among other, and scores of sonatas for solo violin J.S. Bach, así como conciertos de violín de L.v Beethoven y A. Berg directed by Claudio Abbado. Faust has a long collaboration in chamber music with the pianist Alexander Melnikov, con el que ha publicado todas las sonatas para piano y violín de L.v Beethoven, as well as other works. Isabelle Faust has been artist in residence at Kölner Philharmonie during the season 2018/2019.
Photograph: Felix Broede