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GOLDBERG

[strings]

Bach’s ‘Goldberg Variations’ are a series of 30 variations for keyboard. The composition, originally published in 1741 as the fourth of Bach’s “Clavier Übung”, is considered as one of the most important examples of musical variation-form. The piece is named after Johann Gottlieb Goldberg, who was probably the first to perform it. Some 300 years later, violinist Dm. Sitkovetsky arranged the variations for string trio.

Eric Sleichim: artistic direction

BL!NDMAN [strings] (trio)
Pieter Jansen: violin
Kris Hellemans: viola
Romek Maniewski: cello

GOLDBERG is a BL!NDMAN production

Programme

J.S. Bach: Goldberg Variationen, BWV 988, adaptation for string trio by Dm. Sitkovetsky

Agenda

2009
17 May
Abdijhoeve ten Bogaerde (org. CC Koksijde)
Koksijde (BE)
26 Apr
CC Genk
Genk (BE)
29 Mar
CC 't Getouw
Mol (BE)
2008
04 Oct
CC De Velinx
Tongeren (BE)