• 1.26 (水)
  • 20.00
  • ブレーメン
    ·ディー・グロッケ
  • 本公演には2Gプラスルールが適用されます

フィンランド・メドレー

モーツァルト、エリントン、 ランタラの作品

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, MINNA PENSOLA and ANTTI TIKKANEN have unfortunately had to cancel their performances at the concerts on 26th and 27th January.

We would like to thank TARMO PELTOKOSKI for agreeing at short notice to conduct the concerts with a modified programme.

Please note: this event is subject to the 2G plus rule. Admission is restricted to those who have fully vaccinated or recovered status and can also present a negative test result.

Should the concerts have to be cancelled, which we do not currently expect, you will of course receive a refund.

プログラム

    • ヴォルフガング・アマデウス・モーツァルト (1756–1791)
    • 歌劇『後宮からの誘拐』K.384序曲
    • ヴォルフガング・アマデウス・モーツァルト
    • ヴァイオリン協奏曲第21番 ハ長調 K.467
    • デューク・エリントン (1899 – 1974)
    • イン・ア・センチメンタル・ムード
    • イーロ・ランタラ (*1970)
    • アナザー・ラグタイム
    • ヴォルフガング・アマデウス・モーツァルト
    • 交響曲第38番 ニ長調 K.504「プラハ」
    • イーロ・ランタラ
    • 7時の序曲 (初演)

ピアノ

イーロ・ランタラ

This multiple award-winning pianist, Born in 1970, is considered »Finland’s most internationally renowned jazz musician« (Jazz Finland). As a “natural phenomenon on the keys” (Jazzthing) Iiro Rantala is a singular master of his instrument, able to expertly combine virtuosity with intelligence, emotion and humour.

Rantala studied Jazz Piano at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, as well as classical piano at the Manhattan School of Music. In his home country, he is a superstar and musical ambassador with his own television programme. However, this excellent all-rounder is well-known far beyond the borders of Scandinavia, having won an ›Echo Jazz‹ in the category ›Best International Pianist‹. His very own Trio Töykeät, with whom he also played until 2006, has given 2300 concerts in over 40 countries and with his surprising ideas, has turned many genres – particularly the tango – completely upside down.

In addition, Rantala has composed for numerous theatre pieces, musicals and feature films and since 2011 has been at the helm of the Jazz Piano Festival in Kapsäkki. Alongside his work for fim, television, radio and also as solo artist, Rantala has also produced several great albums; the album ›Lost Heroes‹ released in 2011 was celebrated by the Süddeutsche Zeitung as a »Masterpiece« and the German Record Critics’ Award was only one of several prestigious awards it received. He has also won prizes for his concept albums, which deal with both the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and the work of John Lennon.

ピアノ

イーロ・ランタラ

This multiple award-winning pianist, Born in 1970, is considered »Finland’s most internationally renowned jazz musician« (Jazz Finland). As a “natural phenomenon on the keys” (Jazzthing) Iiro Rantala is a singular master of his instrument, able to expertly combine virtuosity with intelligence, emotion and humour.

Rantala studied Jazz Piano at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, as well as classical piano at the Manhattan School of Music. In his home country, he is a superstar and musical ambassador with his own television programme. However, this excellent all-rounder is well-known far beyond the borders of Scandinavia, having won an ›Echo Jazz‹ in the category ›Best International Pianist‹. His very own Trio Töykeät, with whom he also played until 2006, has given 2300 concerts in over 40 countries and with his surprising ideas, has turned many genres – particularly the tango – completely upside down.

In addition, Rantala has composed for numerous theatre pieces, musicals and feature films and since 2011 has been at the helm of the Jazz Piano Festival in Kapsäkki. Alongside his work for fim, television, radio and also as solo artist, Rantala has also produced several great albums; the album ›Lost Heroes‹ released in 2011 was celebrated by the Süddeutsche Zeitung as a »Masterpiece« and the German Record Critics’ Award was only one of several prestigious awards it received. He has also won prizes for his concept albums, which deal with both the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and the work of John Lennon.