Works by Claude Debussy, Charles-Marie Widor, Marin Marais, Francis Poulenc, Camille Saint-Saëns, Louis Vierne, Jean-Paul-Égide Martini, Jean-Baptiste Faure
Musica humana Chamber Music Ensemble opens its 2020 season with a concert French Reveries inviting the audience to extend the holiday mood with the music of the 18th–20th-century music.
Musica humana shares the stage with Vilnius University chamber orchestra and soloists: oboist Robertas Beinaris, the Artistic Director of Musica humana and the professor of the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, organist Virginijus Barkauskas residing in the USA, young harpist Gabrielė Beinarytė, a winner of numerous competitions currently studying at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre and Verona Conservatoire. Soprano Simona Liamo will perform French songs.
Ah, that charming, enchanting and inspiring French music! Victor Hugo speaks in Saint-Saëns’ song An invisible flute:
“Let nothing torment you.
Let us love! Let us love always!
The song most charming
Is the song of lovers.”