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Janoska Ensemble

Janoska Ensemble © Andreas_H. Bitesnich

Janoska Ensemble

Albumpräsentation »The Big Bs – Bach, Beethoven, Brahms«

Friday 1 July 2022
19:30 – ca. 20:45
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Janoska Ensemble

Ondrej Janoska, Violine

Roman Janoska, Violine

František Janoska, Klavier

Julius Darvas, Kontrabass

Programme

Johannes Brahms

Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 1 g-moll (Bearbeitung: Janoska Ensemble) (1868)

František Janoska

Souvenir pour Elise (nach Themen von Ludwig van Beethovens Bagatelle a-moll »Für Elise« WoO 59)

Roman Janoska

Buenos Días, Marco! (for my youngest son)

Béla Bartók

Román népi táncok »Rumänische Volkstänze« Sz 56 (Bearbeitung: Janoska Ensemble) (1915)

František Janoska

Bellissima Naomi!. Lullaby for my daughter

Dave Brubeck

Blue Rondo a la Turk (Bearbeitung: Janoska Ensemble)

Ondrej Janoska

Bagatelle pour Va-Le (for my two daughters Valentina and Leticia)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Konzert für zwei Violinen, Streicher und Basso continuo d-moll BWV 1043 (Bearbeitung: Janoska Ensemble) (1717–1723)

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Zugabe:

František Janoska

9 symphonies in 9 minutes. Paraphrase on Beethoven's 9 symphonies

Note

Nach dem Konzert signiert das Janoska Ensemble seine CDs für Sie in der Garderobenhalle des Mozart-Saals.

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

»The Big Bs«

Up until the time of Johannes Brahms, improvisation – that is, performing something without preparation, off the cuff – was still an indisputable trademark of the great masters. Today, this discipline has almost been forgotten, because while »free music-making« used to be a skill that every outstanding musician mastered, today the demand for precision in everyday concert life – and possibly also a lack of courage to play without sheet music – is displacing this ability. With »The Big B's«, the Janoska Ensemble presents the music of those composers who mastered this discipline: Bach, Beethoven, Brahms – all of them »patron saints« and role models of the Janoska Ensemble. So what could be more obvious than to name the new album after these »B's« and at the same time keep an eye out for other B's – with Bartók, Bernstein and Brubeck, others were found very quickly who could be ranked equally here.

The »Janoska Style« is a new, jointly created musical vision that – based on classical music – creates a link between jazz, pop and other stylistic elements. To this is added, as perhaps the most important component of making music together, the forgotten art of improvisation in classical music. This creates a new, unprecedented synergy, a bridge between original and modern interpretation, as it were, along with a fusion of improvisation and creativity. »The Big B's« in Janoska style: each number is unique and irretrievably indebted to the uniqueness of the moment.

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