Romina Lischka and Maude Gratton
works by Johann Sebastian Bach for viola da gamba and harpsichord

Romina Lischka and Made Gratton are two young musicians who have made a name for themselves, not least by their close association with Philippe Herreweghe and Philippe Pierlot. Their musical interests are widespread: While the French harpsichordist devotes herself intensively to playing the organ, Romina Lischka studies North Indian classical singing alongside her work as a gamba player. In Thuringia, however, they devote themselves entirely to Bach with a programme featuring his gamba sonatas.

Romina Lischka — viola da gamba
Maude Gratton — harpsichord

Sonatas for Viola da gamba and basso continuo BWV 1027–1029; Suite for solo cello No. 5 BWV 1011; Trio sonata No. 4 in C major BWV 529; Partita No. 4 for harpsichord BWV 828

tickets 18 €
reduced 9 €
(incl. admission to the exhibition)

Tickets also available at Leuchtenburg, phone +49 (0) 36424 . 71 33 00.

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