Recitals in the Open Sky House

Every monday at 6:45 pm













Forthcoming Concerts

Mo 8th April 2019, 6.45-7.45pm
Classical Piano concert - Keiko Nakayama


Born in Japan, Keiko Nakayama came to the Folkwang Hochschule in Essen after graduating from the University of Shimane / Japan. Since then she has been a pianist in Europe and Japan. She is currently working at the University of Music and Dance in Cologne and Aachen. Invitations to numerous master classes round off her activities as a pianist. Keiko will play a classical piano concerto in her elegant and spirited style.

Keiko on youtube

Mo 13th May 2019, 6.45-7.45pm
"Amores de Argentina" - piano concert with Zaida Saiace

Pianist Zaida Saiace, born in Argentina, began playing the piano at the age of six. She obtained her diploma as a concert pianist and piano teacher at the Conservatory of La Lucila/Buenos Aires. She has received various scholarships in Argentina and abroad.
Since 1980 Zada Saiace has given concerts as a soloist and in chamber music ensembles, performed at festivals and made radio and CD recordings. Her rich repertoire includes classical and contemporary European composers as well as tango, South American folklore and jazz. In her programmes with 20th century Argentinean, Brazilian and French composers, the pianist moves across musical genres such as those between classical and popular
Zaida Saice on Wikipedia
... and Youtube

Mo 24th Juni 2019, 6.45-7.45pm
Abhishek Borkar - Sarod, Arup Sen Gupta - Tabla

More info soon


Mo 1st July 2019, 6.45-7.45pm
Dan Hepperle - Shakuhachi

More info soon

Dan Hepperle

Concerts Archive

Mo 25th March 2019, 6.45-7.45pm
South Indian Classical Violin Music - Dr M Lalitha and M Nandini

Dr. M. Lalitha and M. Nandini will perform South Indian classical music - as a violin duet. They have already performed worldwide and became the first Indian classical musicians to be interviewed and played on the BBC. In Great Britain and the USA they have been selected as cultural ambassadors. Your music leads us to the heart of a deep empathy with Indian spirituality, with part of your music created for meditation.
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Internet, facebook

Mo 4th March 2019, 6.45-7.45pm
Piano concert - Pablo Paredes

The Chilean pianist combines the influences of the entire South American folklore with intuitive improvisation and current musical influences. The musical styles range from waltz, traditional and new tango to Danzón, Huayno and other rhythms less known here in Europe: Pablo Paredes develops his own clear and uncomplicated language for this music.

John David
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