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VOM PANORAMA ZUM TRIPTYCHON

Gioconda Leykauf-Segantinilecture

James Atkinson (baritone), Hamish Brown (piano)

Gioconda Leykauf-Segantini (lecture in german), James Atkinson (baritone), Hamish Brown (piano)

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Date:
Wednesday, 31. July 2024
Time:
7:00 pm
Duration:
75 min, no interval
Tickets:
CHF 60 | 40
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Giovanni Segantini was only 41 years old when he died on the Schafberg in the Engadin on 28 September 1899. The Alps symbolised an almost mystical place of longing for the painter. In his large-scale paintings, he focussed on the life of mountain farmers, but also created symbolist image compositions and thus became a pioneer of modern painting. Gioconda Leykauf-Segantini, the artist’s granddaughter, introduces her grandfather’s work at Atelier Bolt. Some of his paintings will be projected in their original size and prints of selected paintings can be purchased. Works by the host Christian Bolt will also be on display. Songs by Gustav Mahler will frame this very personal evening. Like Segantini, Mahler was also inspired by nature and opened the door to modernism in music.

Gioconda Leykauf-Segantini, lecture in german
James Atkinson, baritone
Hamish Brown, piano

The concert is sold out. You can register on the waiting list at info@klosters-music.ch.
We would like to invite you to the exhibition, which continues from 1 August to 23 August.

Gustav Mahler
(1860-1911)
«Ging heut’ Morgen über’s Feld»
aus «Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen»
«Hans und Grete»
aus «Lieder und Gesänge aus der Jugendzeit»
Gioconda Leykauf-Segantini
Vortrag «Giovanni Segantini vom Panorama zum Triptychon»
Gustav Mahler
«Wer hat das Liedlein erdacht?»
aus «Des Knaben Wunderhorn»
Gioconda Leykauf-Segantini
Vortrag «Giovanni Segantini vom Panorama zum Triptychon»
Gustav Mahler
«Frühlingsmorgen»
aus «Lieder und Gesänge aus der Jugendzeit»
«Scheiden und Meiden»
aus «Des Knaben Wunderhorn»