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Ange de la mort, Ange de l’amour@Bank Austria Salon im Alten Rathaus

Ange de la mort, Ange de l’amour

Fr., 27. Mai. 2016 19:00 @ Bank Austria Salon im Alten Rathaus , Wien

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Ein Konzert im Rahmen von „Friday Nights with Yury Revich“

Pianist Alexander Taras De Sina präsentiert seine Vision der monumentalen B-Moll Sonate von Franz Liszt durch die Linse einer Live-Ballet-Performance. Rund um die Themen Heldentum, Kampf und Triumph des Guten über das Böse lädt die Erzählung dazu ein, die unsterbliche Kraft der Liebe zu erkunden, die in jedem von uns schlummert.

Kombiniert mit Schuberts Sonate in A-Moll, erläutert Liszts Werk die Wiener Faszination des „Memento mori“ und zeigt damit, wie unsere Vision des Todes Türen zu einer neuen Selbstwahrnehmung öffnet.


Pianist Alexander Taras De Sina presents a vision of the monumental Sonata in B minor of Franz Liszt as interpreted through the lens of a live ballet performance.

Unfolding around themes of heroism, struggle, and the triumph of good over evil, the narrative invites us to explore the immortal power of love that lives in us all.

The work is paired with the “middle” Sonata in A minor of Schubert, expounding upon the Viennese fascination with the Memento mori.

Narrated through poetic readings, this window into Schubert’s life and death illuminates parallels with the HIV/AIDS crisis of our own time and the ways in which our vision of death opens the door to a new vision of who we are in life.

Born in New York City and influenced by the musical diversity of his hometown, Alexander began studying piano at the age of five. He gave his first concert in Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall at seven, followed at fifteen by a tour of Japan, as documented by
NHK Television, and graduating at eighteen from both the LaGuardia High School and the Manhattan School of Music. Mr. De Sina holds dual American and British citizenship. He is of Ukrainian heritage on his mother’s side and Italian on his father’s. He lives between Vienna and London.

Program:
-John Adams: “China Gates”
-Franz Schubert: Sonata in A minor, D. 784
-Franz Liszt: Sonata in B minor

Performers:
-Alexander Taras De Sina (piano)
-Raúl Macías Ramos (choreography)
-Brigitte Pekarek (poetic reading)
-Manaho Shimokawa (ballet)
-Milan Krško (ballet)
-Olga Megyeri (ballet)
-Florian Godovitz (moderation)
-Mia Papaefthimiou (curation)

Tickets via https://www.onepoint.fm/fnwyr/events/62001
20 euro / Students 10 euro

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