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    Hope, Annika

    Bassist, contrabassist and double-bassist who appeared at the Savannah Music Festival with the Beaux Arts Trio in a major recital of Antonin Dvorak’s “Piano Quintet in A major, Op. 81” and “Piano Quintet in A major, D. 667” (“Trout”) on 29th March 2005.

     

    On 29th July 2007, she performed in a program of Beethoven’s Egmont overture, Goethe’s “Es lebe der Krieg”, Heine’s “The Grenadiers”, and Stravinsky’s “Die Geschichte vom Soldaten” at Rostock Halle.

     

    She participated in the Bach’s Lunch series at the El Paso Museum of Art alongside cellist Zuill Bailey, violinist Benny Kim, and pianists Dena Kay Jones and Sebastian Knauer, on 10th January 2008.  On 20th January 2008, Annika, Sebastian and Zuill hooked up with violinist Daniel Hope and violist Carla Maria Rodriguez for the El Paso Pro Musica Chamber Musical Festival in Magoffin Auditorium at the University of Texas-El Paso.

     

    Annika returned to the Savannah Music Festival at the Telfair Academy of Arts & Sciences on 25th March 2008, in a triple-header that comprised Johannes Brahms “Quartet for Piano and Strings No. 3 in C minor, Op. 60”, Antonin Dvorak’s “Quintet for String Quartet and Double Bass in G major, Op. 77/B49”, and Sergei Prokofiev’s “Overture on Hebrew Themes for Clarinet, String Quartet and Piano in C minor, Op. 34”. 

     

    On 27th February 2009, she hit the stage of Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York for a double-bill of Beethoven’s Egmont overture and Stravinsky’s Histoire de Soldat, narrated by Klaus Maria Brandauer.

     

    She joined the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and they performed Dvorak’s “De houtduif”, Sir Edward Elgar’s oratorio, The Light of Life, and Zoltan Kodaly’s The Music Makers, with Groot Omroepkoor, on 29th May 2009.  On 11th September 2009, they offered up Franz Joseph Haydn’s “Symfonie nr. 100 in G” (“Militaire”) and Michael Tippett’s oratorio, A Child of Our Time.

     

    Annika has also performed with the Kolner Philharmonie and the Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra.

     

    Sources:

    1. http://savannahnow.com/features/musicfest/classicalindex.shtml
    2. www.sadibey.com/dosyalar/Basin.../A/Alman_Kultur_Merkezi_06.doc
    3. http://www.alte-musik.net/archiv/234-vom-9juni-bis-9september-festspiele-mecklenburg-vorpommern.html
    4. http://eventful.com/elpaso/events/bachs-lunch-/E0-001-008356380-2'
    5. http://lasgaylight.talkbigbrother.com/2008/01/20/off-the-court-jefferson-may-not-exude-confidence-like-several/
    6. http://www.instantencore.com/concert/details.aspx?PId=5015124
    7. http://www.concertonet.com/scripts/review.php?ID_review=5362
    8. http://old.radio4.nl/data/media/db_download/134_b12e65.pdf
    9. http://porz-illu.de/Philharmonie_05_10_2
    10. http://www.koelner-philharmonie.de/veranstaltung/?pdf=1&c=14&s=18.09.2007
    11. http://old.radio4.nl/data/media/db_download/124_5f3b10.pdf
    12. http://www.nl-rso.org/musicianse.html

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



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