An angel at the harp


Sun 24.9.2017, 6 p.m., 2017-9-24T18:00 Burg Namedy

An angel at the harp

Mathilde Calderini (Flute)
Hélène Clément (Viola)
Agnès Clément (harp)

Benjamin Britten:
‘Lachrymae. Reflections on a song of John Dowland’ for viola and piano op. 48 (1950)

Wilhelm Posse:
»Carnival of Venice« for harp

Jacques Ibert:
»Entr'acte« for flute and harp (1935)

Joseph Jongen:
Deux pièces en trio for flute, viola and harp op. 80 (1925)

Paul Hindemith:
sonata for harp (1939)

Elias Parish-Alvars:
Theme and variations on Bellini's opera 'Norma' for harp op. 36

Claude Debussy:
Sonata for flute, viola and harp (1915)


The harp is the instrument of angels. In this case the angel is the French harpist Agnès Clément, who won every prize at the most recent Munich Competition. But because we are here on earth, we’re also partial to timbral enrichments. Like scudding clouds, they result from the various formats that this programme holds in store for us. Warm and delicate sounds predominate, as does the intimate interplay of chamber music, including the rarely heard combination of flute, viola and harp ...

Additional Information:

Sponsored by LTS

Joint event with Concerts at Burg Namedy

Agnes Clement © Tyjse Severens

Agnes Clement © Tyjse Severens

Activate Google+

2 clicks for more privacy. The button is only activated
when you click here.
Information: Only when you have clicked to activate the adjacent services will information be transferred to Facebook, Twitter or Google+. Decide how we are to transmit data.