Running time:
2 parts by 40 minutes


Sonatas for flute and basso continuo
(BWV 1032, 1034, 1035)

Trio sonatas for two flutes and basso continuo
(BWV 1038, 1039)

Partita for flute solo
(BWV 1013)

The programme is subject to change

25 November 2019 Monday 19.00 Small Hall
19.00 Small Hall

Csalog. Ivousheikova. Koreneva
Bach’s Sonatas

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Benedek Csalog, baroque flute (Hungary)
Olga Ivousheikova, baroque flute
Aleksandra Koreneva, harpsichord

Baroque and early music are musical credo of Hungarian flautist Benedek Csalog. Csalog is a frequent participant of early music festivals in Paris, Innsbruck, Utrecht, Bruges. He has been teaching baroque flute at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Leipzig (Leipzig Music Academy) and at the Bydgoszcz Academy of Music (PL), and regularly gives master-classes in Europe, Russia, South-America and Japan. He recorded 12 albums for German, Belgian, and Hungarian labels, including Hungaroton and Ramee.

Olga Ivousheikova is the soloist of Pratum Integrum; she’s a professor of Moscow conservatory. She tours extensively in Russia and abroad. She plays with such prominent musicians as Alexander Rudin, Alexey Utkin, Tatiana Grindenko, Alexey Lubimov, Felix Renggli, Paolo Grazi, and Wieland Kuijken.

Aleksandra Koreneva is a Moscow conservatory graduate; she majored in “Harpsichord, historical keyboards, piano”. In 2004, she won both 1st prize and Audience Choice Award Prize at the international competition “Austria Barock Akademie” in Gmunden, Austria. She was a participant of “Richter’s December Nights” in Moscow, Finnish “Gergiev-fest”, Estonian “Mustonen-fest”, among many others.

Since 2008, she has been teaching harpsichord, hammerklavier, chamber ensemble, and continuo at Moscow Conservatory.