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3 FEV | Concert Promenade

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Avenida de Berna, 45-A – Lisbon
217 823 000

The term ‘promenade’ (from the French ‘promenade’) began to be used in the 19th century in London to name the concerts in the gardens, during which the public could stroll while enjoying live music.

In January 2016, the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum adopted this concept, transferring the usual Sunday concerts, previously held in the lobby of the Museum and Library, to the galleries, allowing the public to enjoy live music during their visit. We, therefore, encourage the visitor to move freely during the concerts, reserving seating for people with reduced mobility.

The concerts take place on the first Sunday of each month, at 12 noon.

This concert is organized within the scope of the complementary programming of the exhibition Pose and Variations. Sculpture in Paris at the time of Rodin.

Karol Szymanovsky
Mythes op. 30 for violin and piano
La Fontaine d’Arethuse
Dryades et Pan

Maurice Ravel
Trio in Lá m for piano, violin and cello
Pantoum. Assez vif
Passacaille. Très Large
Last. Animé

Trio Loureiro and Bouterey-Ishido
Matilde Loureiro, violin
Yuuki Bouterey-Ishido, cello
Jun Bouterey-Ishido, piano

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