Photo: Alexander Vejnovic
Dear friends of music and art,
we are pleased to present harpsichordist Tatjana Vorobjova. Today’s program is entitled Poetry of the Harpsichord. You will hear works by J. Krieger, E. C. Jaquet de la Guerre, D. Scarlatti and J. S. Bach.
Tatjana Vorobjova comes from Riga/Latvia, where she began her first musical education playing the piano. Passionate interest in baroque music and harpsichord playing led her to study harpsichord in Oslo and at the Musikhochschule Köln with Prof. Ketil Haugsand and with Hermann Stinders at the Royal Conservatory in Brussels.
She is particularly interested in harpsichord playing that is rich in sound, dynamic and lively, and finely nuanced. Equally important to her is the expansion of the harpsichord’s expressive possibilities.
Tatjana Vorobjova lives and works as a freelance harpsichordist in Cologne. Concerts with various orchestras and ensembles have taken her to the Kölner Philharmonie, the Konzerthaus Berlin, and to many concert halls in Germany, Belgium, England, France, Italy, Latvia, and Switzerland. As a sought-after continuo harpsichordist, she regularly plays with the chamber orchestra “Sinfonietta Köln”, the “Neues Rheinisches Kammerorchester” and the baroque orchestra “Consortium Musica Sacra Köln”.
In 2004 she founded her chamber music ensemble “Le Parnasse Musical”. Already her first CD with works by Joh. Chr. Bach and W.A. Mozart’s early harpsichord concertos brought the attention of critics to her sensitive and at the same time fiery harpsichord playing. Her solo CD “Cembalo cantabile” (Amati) ” and … also received equal attention. “Johann Krieger – Six Musical Parts” (MDG 2021):
“…a highly expressive interpretation…This is cantabile playing of the highest order.” (Johan van Veen)
“…superb performances captured in gorgeous, demonstration-quality sound…A marvellous disc” (Fanfare).
In 2022 MDG released her latest CD:
“Domenico Scarlatti – ma cantabile”.
Saturday, 17 June 2023
Musikstudio & Galerie: Gabriele Paqué
Admission: 30,- €
Poetry of the Harpsichord
Johann Krieger (1671 – 1735)
Preludio in d
Partita in d
(from “Six Musical Parts”)
Corrente – Sarabanda (Le Double) – Gigue
Praeludium in g
aus: Partita in B
Sarabanda with doubles and variations
Menuet and Bourrée in a
Fantasia in C
Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre (1664 – 1729)
Prelude – Allemande – Courante – Sarabande – Gigue – Chaconne
Domenico Scarlatti (1685 – 1757)
Sonata G-Dur K 144 – Cantabile
Sonata g-Moll K 8 – Allegro
Sonata Es-Dur K 253 – Allegro
Sonata D-Dur K 490 – Cantabile
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750)
Partita No. 3 in A minor BWV 827
Fantasia – Allemande – Corrente – Sarabande – Burlesca – Scherzo – Gigue
Tatjana Vorobjova, harpsichord
Instrument: 2-manual harpsichord after Rucker’s Grand Ravalement, built by Titus Crijnen, 2004
We are looking forward to your visit!
01.07.2023 – CONCERT: Sigrun Stephan (clavichord and harpsichord) presents “Contrasts” – Works by W. Byrd, C. Burney, J. G. Müthel, C. P. E. Bach, C. Erbach, W. F. Bach, J. Haydn and L. v. Beethoven
Note on parking!
Parking spots in Bonn-Poppelsdorf, about a 10 minutes walk from the Blücherstraße!
Current exhibition: Giovanni Pelliccioli – Beyond the realms of thought
The gallery is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 2 – 6 pm.
By appointment, the exhibition can also be visited at other times.
Blücherstr. 14, 53115 Bonn