BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck//Veranstaltungskalender//DE METHOD:PUBLISH CALSCALE:Gregorian BEGIN:VEVENT TZID=Berlin DTSTAMP: DTSTART:20230310T190000 DTEND: CREATED: LAST-MODIFIED: SEQUENCE:0 URL:/en/legal-notice.htmlUID: SUMMARY: Springtime for Wind Instruments DESCRIPTION:Chen Halevi, clarinetVilla Musica scholarship holders   Spring awakening in pure wind sound: the Israeli clarinettist Chen Halevi, professor in Trossingen, plays Beethoven\'s Bonn Sextet for clarinets, horns and bassoons with young colleagues from the Villa Musica - a bow to the genius loci. His flute duo for friend Westerholdt and Mozart\'s Viennese Wind Serenade KV 375 envelop the lobby of the Arp Museum in spring-like melodiousness. Two Britons bring a breath of fresh air to Viennese classical music: music by 16-year-old Benjamin Britten and Scottish composer Thea Musgrave. Translated with (free version)   Ludwig van Beethoven: Sextet in E-flat major, op. 71Duo in G major, WoO 26Benjamin Britten: Movement for Wind Sextet (1930)Thea Musgrave: Impromptu No. 2Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Serenade in E flat major, KV 375 LOCATION: Arp Museum Rolandseck - Lobby New Building BEGIN:VALARM ACTION:DISPLAY DESCRIPTION:Springtime for Wind Instruments) TRIGGER:-PT15M END:VALARM END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR