SUNDAY 29 January 2017 at Quintinha da Música

SUNDAY 29 January 2017 at 16h00 at Quintinha da Música €25

Carola Ligt (flute) and Inge Lulofs (piano) including works from Schubert and Piazolla


Inge Lulofs plays piano and celesta with the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra, and is the accompanist for all auditions. She holds a Performance Diploma (1985) from the Conservatory in Enschede, The Netherlands and has formed part of the Valerius Ensemble since its founding in 1988. This Ensemble consists mainly of musicians from the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra and performs regularly with national and international soloists. The CDs and DVDs recorded by the Ensemble include works by Paul Hindemith, Max Reger, Leo Samama and Raimundo Pena Forte. In an innovative version of ‘Le Carnaval des Animaux’, by Saint-Saëns, the Ensemble cooperated with the comedian Herman Finkers. Inge performs regularly as an accompanist of instrumentalists, vocalists and choirs, and has made various radio and TV recordings. Her concert tours have included Russia, South Korea, the United States, Germany, Portugal and Spain. She teaches piano at the music school in Nordhorn (Germany), and has her own studio in Enschede for private pi no instruction. Carola Ligt studied with Raymond Delnoye at the Tilburg Conservatory of Music. She graduated 'cum laude' as a teaching musician, performing musician and had a special recommendation in chamber music. Afterwards she studied with Gaby van Riet and joined masterclasses with Gaby van Riet, Trevor Wye, Peter-Lukas Graf, Emile Biessen and Johan Rijcken. Carola won first prize in the Dutch National Flute Competition in 1985 and in 1986 received the Buma Trophy for the best performance of a Dutch composition. She played flute in several orchestras, including the Dutch Student Chamber Music Orchestra, the Jeunesses Musicales World Orchestra and has performed as soloist with the L' Orchestre International de Flandre. In 1996 she was appointed principal flute in the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra, based in Enschede and now appears with several chamber music ensembles, among them The Valerius Ensemble. Carola is professor of flute at the Dutch “ArtEZ Institute of the Arts” (Conservatory of Music) in Ensc ede en Zwolle and has given masterclasses in Brazil, Belgium, Poland as well as The Netherlands. She is often asked to be a member of the judging panel in music competitions, for example at the Prinses Christina Concours.


Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828) Sonata in A minor (D821) #
(Arpeggione ) Allegro moderato
Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918) Petite Suite (4 hands piano)
En Bateau
Cécile Chaminade (1857 - 1944) Concertino, op 107

i n t e r v a l

Philippe Gaubert (1879 - 1941) Romance
Astor Piazzolla (1921 -1992) Tango - Étude no 3 (flute solo)
Molto marcato e energico
Carl Reinecke (1824 - 1910) Ballade, op 288
Frank Martin (1890 - 1974) Ballade
Allegro ben moderato
 Molto vivace


Interval Canapés and Drinks prepared by Maria and Teun
Concerts organised by Algarve History Association
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