Classical concerts 2017
We are pleased to invite classical music enthusiasts to a series of intimate, unique classical concerts with selected artists in 2016.
The artists have been elected in collaboration with Jens-Christian Wandt, who will personally introduce the artists before each concert.
The concerts will take place in our atmospheric Salon, which was originally the salon of the guests at Skodsborg Bathing Sanatorium. Tea and coffee was served in the salon after dinner, and guests were entertained daily by music, reading aloud and the like. Nowadays the salon is furnished with the original console mirrors and chandeliers from the palace of Countess Danner.
During the intermission we serve a glass of bubbly.
Trio Vitruvi has played together since 2013 and won the P2 Chamber Music Competition in 2014, where they by the jury was characterized as “an extravagant ensemble”. The trio consists of pianist Alexander McKenzie, violinist Niklas Walentin and cellist Jacob la Cour, who each fills the music with a rare heat, energy and technical superiority. They play with a burning enthusiasm as well as an authentic musical integrity and depth that give their audience both a unique and insightful experience.
Jacob la Cour (cello)
Jacob la Cour began his cello studies at the age of six, and was accepted into Henrik Brendstrups class in 2007. After 3 years of studies here he moved to Berlin to study with professor Claudio Bohorquez, thereafter with professor Tilmann Wick at Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien in Hannover. Jacob has been principal cellist in the European Union Youth Orchestra.
Niklas Walentin (violin)
Niklas Walentin has won many competitions and prices; He is, among other 3-fold winner of the Carl Nielsen International Violin Competition 2012. Niklas received the Danish critics honorary award 2015. He plays on a Joannes Fransiscus Pressenda q. Raphael from 1837, bought and on loan by the Augustinus Foundation.
Alexander McKenzie (piano)
Alexander McKenzie has won many first prizes and received grants from, among others, Leonie Sonning 2012 and Harby Foundation 2016. Alexander has played with most orchestras in Denmark as a soloist. Alexander comes from a family of musicians and grew up in Australia. He moved to Denmark in 2007, where he studied with Amalie Malling at the Royal Danish Music Conservatory.
Sunday 1 October 2017 from 3 – 5 pm
DKK 195 incl. a glass of bubbly.
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