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Karin Schaupp and Umberto Clerici


Karin Schaupp and Umberto Clerici

  • Date: Thursday, 5 April 2018, 7pm
  • Venue: Armidale Town Hall — 127 Rusden St, Armidale, NSW
  • Tickets: Adult: $45 | Pensioner: $35 | Student: $25 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 1800 688 482

Event Details

Internationally renowned musicians Karin Schaupp and Umberto Clerici first shared a concert stage as part of the 2015 Musica Viva Festival, where the combination of guitar and cello proved a major hit.

In 2018 they continue their critically acclaimed collaboration with a programme exploring song throughout the ages. From gentle Spanish lullabies to fiery contemporary works, from Schubert to De Falla, Clerici and Schaupp reinvent beautiful melodies with lush accompaniments for the unique and intoxicating combination of cello and guitar. The listener is taken on an emotional journey through life, with songs drawn from all over the world and from different life stages, interwoven with anecdotes about the inspiration behind these timeless melodies.


SCHUBERT Lob der Tränen
RAVEL Kaddish
MONTEVERDI Lasciatemi Morire
CACCINI Amarilli
RODRIGO Aranjuez Ma Pensee
MENDELSSOHN Op. 62 no. 1 Songs without Words
Manuel de FALLA Jota
John RUTTER selected Songs
RACHMANINOFF Song of Grusia op. 4 no. 4
DVORAK Lasst Mich Allein op. 82/1
COPLAND (arr. Nestor) At the River
Elena KATS-CHERNIN Eliza’s Aria from Wild Swans Suite

Featured non-Australian music: Schubert, Ravel, Moteverdi, Caccini, Rodrigo, Mendelssohn, Falla, Rutter, Rachmaninoff, Dvorak, Copland

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (02) 8394 6666 or by email to contact@musicaviva.com.au

Featured Australian Works

Eliza Aria (duos: guitar, cello) by Elena Kats-Chernin
— performed by Umberto Clerici and Karin Schaupp

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