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Join Mari Samuelsen and friends for an intimate interactive concert live from Newtone Studios, Oslo. With some of her closest musical friends, Mari will perform works by Philip Glass, Ludovico Einaudi and Brian Eno, plus world premieres from her newest Deutsche Grammophon releases. During the live performance, you are invited to vote for the encore you'd like to hear. Then join the musicians in the Virtual Green Room afterwards, where they will be answering your questions.
Mari Samuelsen, one of today’s most innovative and imaginative violinists, is enjoying a remarkable rise on the international concert stage thanks to a mixture of artistry and breathtaking musical finesse. She is an exclusive Deutsche Grammophon artist and in 2019 released her self-titled album, MARI, which BBC Music Magazine described as having "a radiant eloquence that traces the music's emotional peaks and troughs with a compelling sense of inevitability".
Mari Samuelsen, solo violin
Gunnar Flagstad, piano
Madeleine Ossum, violin 1
Helena Maria Falk Botolfsen, violin 2
Damon Taheri, viola
Ingvild Nesdal Sandnes, cello
Eskild Abelseth, double bass
You support the artist directly with your ticket purchase: IDAGIO pays out 80% of the net revenue directly to the artists.
1. Concert – 50 mins
2. Encore: You will be able to submit your choice through an online form – 5 mins
3. Virtual Green Room: Following the performance, Mari Samuelsen will stay online to answer your questions. You will be able to submit them beforehand through an online form – 20 mins
Johann Paul von Westhoff, arr. Christian Badzura – Sonata for Violin and Basso continuo No. 3 in D minor
Ludovico Einaudi – I Giorni (arr. For violin, piano and string orchestra)
Philip Glass – Echorus
Ludovico Einaudi, arr. Christian Badzura – Una Mattina
Brian Eno, arr. Christian Badzura – By This River
Ludovico Einaudi – Experience
Philip Glass – Metamorphosis II
Encore (audience vote):
1. Ludwig van Beethoven, arr. Christian Badzura – Moonlight (world premiere)
2. Brian Eno, arr. Max Knoth – Emerald and Stone
Read our interview with Mari Samuelsen on the IDAGIO magazine here.
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