1. G. Bizet, Aragonaise from the Opera “Carmen”
2. P. Tschaikowski, “Russian Dance” from the ballet “Swan Lake”
3. A. Tsfasmann, “Intermezzo”
4. P. Sarasate, “Gypsy ways”
5. S. Bechet, “Petite Fleur”
6. E. Baranova, “Hommage a Paganini”
7. J. Brahms, Hungarian Dances No. 1, No. 5
1. R. Galliano, “Song for Joss”
2. A. Khachaturian, “Sabre Dance”
3. V. Monti, Czardas
4. Klezmer Sounds
5. Ch. Valdes, “Claudia”
6. Romanian Hora
7. A. Piazzolla, “Libertango”
8. G. Dinicu, “Hora martisorolui”
9. Balkan Beat
Once upon a time, four instruments with four souls and four different stories met. They talked in four different languages. What a great discovery when they found a common language that brought them together, united them and inspired them to start something new.
The new program ” Exhilarated by the world ” of the Cuarteto Repentino offers a variety of musical styles, epochs and origins. Classic meets Jazz, Latin follows Klezmer. A pleasure for music lovers of the most different directions!
The magic of music overcomes barriers and broadens horizons. The oceans of feelings meet and the flying sounds form a rainbow that reaches into the vastness and creates a smile on your face because of its colours.
If you are a musician not only by profession, but also by birth and life, if making music feels just like breathing, then you are constantly searching for new tones and emotions.
“Never hesitate to go far away, beyond all seas, all borders, all countries, all faith.” Amin Maalouf
What happens when two oceans meet? Where does the rainbow start? When do the moon and the sun dance together in the sky?
…listen, when you’re a guest of ours. We are looking forward to a joint musical journey of discovery with you!