Prose concert at Geomuseum Faxe
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Program

Welcome by
cost museum director Ilse Sørensen

Carl Nielsen:
Prelude to Act 2 of Masquerade

Reading 1 "The Waves"

Claude Debussy:
Pour invoker Pan, dieu du vent d'été
("Awakening Pan, God of the Summer Wind")
To thank the rain in the morning
("As thanks for the morning rain")

Reading 2 “A grey-yellow oat kernel”

Edvard Grieg:
The stream and Evening on the high mountain and Notturno

Reading 3 "The horror of childhood and the happiness of childhood"

Shostakovich arr. Fabrice Pierre:
2nd and 3rd movements from 24 Preludes

Carl Nielsen: The fog lifts

Reading 4 “The depopulated landscape”

Antonio Vivaldi:
Spring

Prose concert with author Josefine Klougart as speaker and Danish Chamber Players.
"Collage": Nature is full of revelations.

Collage with music and text pieces revolving around nature can be experienced with a view over Faxe Kalkbrud. A lyrical concert, where text and music touch nature in the form of short poetic pieces of music and read out episodes and tableaus intertwine. Music by i.a. Carl Nielsen, Saint-Saëns, Grieg, Debussy and Vivaldi.
Reading from Josefine Klougart's novel "Alt dette kunne du få" (2021).
Introduction before the concert to the Geomuseet's exhibition.

"We are nature” says Josefine Klougart, and she is particularly able to sense the coherence of everything, and to put into words the almost religious experiences that normally lie outside of language. We are in the middle of a completely all-encompassing natural crisis – we have the climate crisis and the biodiversity crisis – and both are the result of a lack of understanding that we are part of this finely meshed network of life, says the author.

In these years, the Danish Chamber Players have an artistic focus on nature, and try in different ways to sharpen the feeling towards nature through music. For this prose concert, we are in the middle of nature's elements on the edge of Faxe Kalkbrud.

Klougart has distinguished himself as one of the very strong voices of Danish literature (with, among other things, two nominations for the Nordic Council's literature prize and in 2022 with a nomination for DR's literature prize and recipient of Jyllandsposten's Literature Prize 2022). In her books, nature is a very central element.

Special remarks

Ticket price:
Standard DKK 195
Member* DKK 175
*member of the Danish Chamber Players' Friends Association, Faxe-Art og Musikforening and Østsjælland's Museum Association

The concert has a duration of approx. 1 hour.

The museum will then give an intro to Geomuseum Faxe. The museum's exhibition Denmark's Fossil Coral Reef, Jim Lyngvild and the museum's Cultural History section v/School Service Officer Carsten Niss

Afterwards, a glass is served, which is included in the price, and there will be an opportunity to look around the museum's exhibition.

Date
Saturday, March 25, 2023
Time
Kl. 17: 00
Duration: approx. 1 hour
Location
Geomuseum Faxe
Østervej 2b, 4640 Faxe
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There is free admission to the concert.

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