BARTOLOMEYBITTMANN

BARTOLOMEYBITTMANN

BARTOLOMEYBITTMANN

25/08/2017

 

Extraordinary fusions for violin and cello.

Matthias Bartolomey  plays a “David Tecchler” cello of 1727, and Klemens Bittmann a “Josephus Pauli” violin of  1817 and a “Markus Kirchmayr” mandola of  2004. Both see the music as a bridge between different genres of music, stylistic fusion and a space where create connections. With them, the classical music is influenced by rock, jazz and folk, that give us the chance to have present and past together. That is the result of  a strict music education given by the tour in Europe and over the ocean, exhibitions at important festivals as well as prestigious awards, all of this things have taken shape in their works - including “Neubau” which will also resound in their concert at the Sounds of the Dolomites.

 

How to get to the Vajolet Refuge: by cable car from Vigo di Fassa to Ciampedìe and follow the path no. 540, or by mini-bus taxi from the chairlift parking in Pera di Fassa. From Gardeccia take the wide dirt road no. 546  to Preuss and Vajolet Refuges at 2.243 m. located on the rocks known as the “Porte Neigre” (walking time 1.00 hour). On the days of each concert  is possible to go to excursion with the local Alpine Guides (it’s free for the “Val di Fassa Card” holders). Info and booking: Phone +39 0462 609670 (Tourist Office of  Pozza),  from 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and from 3.00 p.m. to 7.00 p.m.  Each concert of Sounds of Dolomites is free. Is recommended to reach the place one hour before it (12.00 p.m.).

In case of bad weather the concert will be held at 5.30 p.m. in Navalge Theatre in Moena.

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