Saturday 7th October 2017, 4:00 PM
Slovak Philharmonic Small Hall
Samuel Michalec, Klára Varsamisová, Norbert Daniš, Eduard Lenner, Peter Nágel, Peter Šándor
Alexander Albrecht – Sonata in F major for piano
Ivan Hrušovský – Fantasie, Introduction and Fugue in Ancient Style for piano four hands
Milan Novák – Piano Suite No. 1
– Little Suite for Piano
Hanuš Domanský – Dithyrambs
ADMISSION: 12 € TICKETS
This evening presenting the Slovak piano music brings works by significant representatives of our modern music culture. Due to his orientation on music of important European composers from the turn of the 20th century Alexander Albrecht stood in the shadow of his generation peers for a long time, who – in harmony with the period aesthetics – worked mostly with the Slovak folk music inspirations. While searching for their compositional identity the contemporaries Ivan Hrušovský and Milan Novák faced the aesthetics of Neoclassicism as a style returning to musical forms and stylistic characteristics of past epochs. Hanuš Domanský and Juraj Hatrík belong to the generation of the so-called avant-garde which appeared in the musical life in the 1970s and dealt mostly with the work of West-European composers, but finally both let themselves be inspired mostly by the classics of European music of the first half of the 20th century.
This concert continues the projects presenting the Slovak piano music (BMF 2015) and Slovak chamber music (BMF 2016) which met with positive response of the listeners.