Mo. 24. April '23

20:00 Uhr



Joseph Moog | Anima Eterna Brugge | Jos van Immerseel (cond.)

Opening Concert

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Arcadi Volodos auf dem Klavierfestival Ruhr 2020

Franz Schubert: Incidental music for “Rosamunde” D 797 (selection) | Fantasy in C major op. 15 D 760 “Wanderer”, arranged for piano and orchestra by Franz Liszt S 366

Franz Liszt: Piano Concerto No. 2 in A major S 125

Franz Liszt: Au bord d’une source, aus: Années de pèlerinage, Première année: Suisse S 160
Franz Schubert: Ungeduld (“Ich schnitt es gern in alle Rinden ein”), aus: Die schöne Müllerin. Bearbeitung von Franz Liszt/Jacques Drillon
A passionate quest for the ideal timbre, a meticulous examination of the score, and in-depth inquiry into the historical situation in which a work emerged: all these qualities are shared by performance practice expert Jos van Immerseel and pianist Joseph Moog. In 1987, Immerseel founded the prizewinning ensemble Anima Eterna Brugge: its members play on instruments similar to those which the composers knew in their time and which inspired them to write their works. Joseph Moog, for his part, recorded Franz Liszt’s two piano concertos when he was only 20 years old – not with the aim of bravado display, but simply because he already felt a particular attraction to Liszt’s style. Moog now takes up Liszt’s Second Piano Concerto once more when he returns this year for his 9th performance at the Ruhr Piano Festival. Our inaugural concert thus presents a historically informed portrait in sound of Liszt’s day and age – an occasion upon which Jos van Immerseel and Joseph Moog collaborate as two ideal musical partners.
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Joseph Moog

Innovative programs and an award-winning discography portray Joseph Moog's extensive repertoire and characterise his unique artistic personality. Passionate musicianship, multifaceted sound aesthetics...


Anima Eterna Brugge

Anima Eterna Brugge is an international orchestra based in Bruges, Belgium. Specialised in repertoire written between 1750 and 1945, the orchestra can vary its size depending on the repertoire, perfor...


Jos van Immerseel

Pianist, conductor, researcher, collector, professor: the work of Jos van Immerseel is his life and that life is music. His primary teachers were Flor Peeters, organ and composition; Eugeen Traey, pia...



The Philharmonie Essen is the largest concert hall in the Ruhr area and was extensively renovated between 2002 and 2004. The Alfried Krupp Hall, the building's central event room, seats 1,906 visitors...


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