20:00 – 21:00
Marcus Mohlin (se) – cembalo
Fra og med 2017 flytter EARLY MONDAY fra LiteraturHaus til KoncertKirken – OG vi udvider serien til at omfatte 10 koncerter årligt! Nu kan du altså høre eksklusive tidlig musik koncerter i en uhøjtidelig og akustisk optimal ramme den første mandag i hver måned – bortset fra juli og august hvor vi holder lukket.
Velkommen til åbningen af den 8. sæson af EARLY MONDAY med det nye stjerneskud på cembalo-himlen, MARCUS MOHLIN fra Stockholm – nu i KoncertKirken!
Entré: 60 kr.
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Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707)
¤ Toccata (BuxWV 165)
¤ Suite (BuxWV 227)
Jacques Duphly (1715-1789)
¤ Suite (from “1st Livre, Pièces de clavecin)
– La Vanlo
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
¤ French suite no. 5 (BWV 816)
Marcus Mohlin was born 1989 in Stockholm, Sweden. He began playing the piano when he was 6 years old and was later introduced to the harpsichord when he took part in a school project where Peter Spissky, concert master in Concerto Copenhagen, was the teacher. Marcus studied harpsichord with Mayumi Kamata and Ulf Söderberg at the early music department (Collegium Musicum) of The Royal college of Music in Stockholm. During his studies he also took part in masterclasses with Ton Koopman and Rinaldo Alessandrini.
Today Marcus makes a living as a freelance musician travelling all over Europe playing concerts. He has perfomed together with baroque personalities as Lars-Ulrik Mortensen, Rachel Podger, Alfredo Bernadini, Jordi Savall, and has been invited to most of the big orchestras in Scandinavia, among them The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, The Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, Drottningholms Baroque Ensemble, Concerto Copenhagen and The Danish Radio Orchestra.
One of his swedish chamber music groups, Ensemble Flautino, has been rewarded with several scholarships from The Royal Swedish Academy of Music and in 2015 they recorded the complete Bach – Flute sonatas. Also in 2015 a Cd with Bachs concerti for 2-4 cembali was released featuring Marcus as a soloist togehter with Trevor Pinnock, Lars-Ulrik Mortensen, Marieke Spaans and Concerto Copenhagen
EARLY MONDAY støttes af Statens Kunstfond og Københavns Kommune.