“Kamerfest” taking place in Tirana

On October 10,at 19.00  in the hall of Alex Buda of the Academy of Sciences will be held the concert of the American soprano Katerina Wetington (accompanied by pianist and a well-known Kamerfest supporter Derek Han). Also invited will be perform by Kosovo flute player Zane Abazi. The program will include works by Handel, David, Benedict, etc. The concert is named “Europe and America in songs”.

On October 11 at 20.00 still in Alex Buda hall of Academy of Sciences is going to take place the concert of the violinist Sihana Badivuku and the pianist Derek Han. They will perform Bach three sonatas for piano and violin of

This program, as exciting as it is interesting and especially played by such artists will surely create queues to find a place in the small hall of our Academy of Sciences. The concert is titled “3 Brahms Sonatas” and reflects the creativity of the last years of the author’s life. This creativity is characterized by romantic accents with roots rooted in the enduring classic structure. However these sonatas have variations of different measures which we will have the chance to enjoy and appreciate.

To my opinion  these 2 concerts in Tirana from “Kamerfest” are not only 2 concerts but primarily they are models to be followed by many Festivals taking place in our countries. This concept of exchanging ideas has been old thought but never been realized. Wishing this to be the path that will lead us to a wide and fruitful cooperation, we must once again express our thanks and gratitude to the organizers of “Kamerfest” and especially to the Festival Artistic Director Sihana Badivuku.

Nestor Kraja

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