The Online Music Guild - Presents
Concerts Spirituels - #StayHome Concert Pack
As the world shelters from these unprecedented times, we are helping musicians continue performing. Support them by enjoying our exclusive Online Concert Series. Enjoy concerts in the safety of home and watch them indefinitely. Concerts Spirituels is a concert series featuring pianists Yasmin Fainstein, Eva Nikolaidou, Rafael Lima, and Luke Most: Four concerts divided into two parts.
The first part will take place in December and it is called Impressions from Brazil and France, with the music of Villa-Lobos and Ravel. The second part is called The Golden Age of Piano, and it is a promenade on Romanticism until the beginning of the 20th century. A unique concept in the world of classical music exclusive at the Online Music Guild. You will have access to the premiere of each show and the replays. After that, you will be able to watch the shows on demand straight from our website.
All concerts will be premiered at 2:00pm CST (GMT - 5:00)
The grand total for the four should be $19.96 (USD) if purchased individually. This bundle is set at $15.99 an a. You will be automatically registered to all four premieres. You will get four confirmation emails plus an invoice. We will also send you a reminder 15 minutes before the premiere of each show. Furthermore, you will have unlimited access to the four shows. To purchase all the shows, you can CLICK HERE or use the subscribe button at the bottom of the concerts description.
To Heitor Villa-Lobos - 12-05-2020
Concerts Spirituels open the cycle with a program addressed to the piano compositions of Heitor Villalobos, the well-known Brazilian composer who could combine the trends of Impressionism with the popular music of his homeland. At the same time, this repertoire reflects the influence of the master of the masters of all times, Johann Sebastian Bach.
To Maurice Ravel - 12-06-2020
The second concert of the Concerts Spirituels has a program dedicated to Maurice Ravel with two pieces that in their very origin were ballet music and with time they had their soul beyond dance. Without a question, Valses Nobles et Sentimentales and Le Tombeau de Couperin transcended in history as two of the most inspired by Ravel’s works of music.
Beethoven and Schubert - 01-23-2020
The third part of Concerts Spirituels has a program that combines the music of two early romantic composers, Beethoven and Schubert, at the very beginning of The Golden Age of Piano. Beethoven’s Variations and Schubert’s Sonata represent the genres more cultivated during Romanticism, the Theme and Variations and the well-established Sonata.
Romantic Impressions - 01-24-2020
The fourth concert of the Concerts Spirituels contains music linked to France, which played an important role in the development of Romanticism and the birth of Impressionism. This repertoire is an exciting promenade, along with composers of the Romantic period, towards the twentieth century.