Elisabeth Nielsen plays Mozart and Schumann

i: Concert


Saturday 21st of January at 19:30 (7.30 PM)

The young and booming Danish soloist Elisabeth Nielsen has returned home from Vienna and Rome with plenty of artistic inspiration. The program that she has chosen to play comprises “Mozart sonata KV 333” and “Schumann Carnaval” and mirrors perfectly her great artistic intentions and qualities. As a part of the event, the young pianist will present facts about the music and talk about her plans for the future, sign CD’s, and respond to questions from the audience.
During the break, Nielsen Salons will serve a glass of wine with almond cookies while you will have the opportunity to enjoy the ongoing exhibition in the library hall.
Look forward to a spectacular cultural event in the unique historical context of the Round Tower!
Elisabeth Holmegaard Nielsen is graduating from the soloist class at Royal Danish Academy of Music after studies in Copenhagen and the Univerisity of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, preparing her debut concert in the summer of 2017.
She performs regularly at festivals in Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Slovakia, Austria, Ukraine, Sweden and Denmark and is a prize-winner at several international competitions, including the ”International Piano Competition for Young Musicians” in the Netherlands.
Elisabeth Nielsen is very active both as a soloist, playing chamber music, accompagnies singers, and loves involving herself in cross-genre projects. In 2015 she initiated a celebration of Carl Nielsen’s 150th anniversary with a series of concerts in Denmark, Ukraine, Austria and Italy.
Elisabeth Nielsen is current with her debut-CD with the record-label DANACORD containing works by Bach, Schumann and Prokofiev, recorded at the Bartok Studio Milano. The CD-releases took place in the Concert Hall of Tivoli and at the festival ”Nuova Coppa Pianisti” in Italy, 2015.
In 2016 she became the recipient of the Sonning Prize for young talents. At the moment she has the status as ”Artist in Residence” at Circolo Scandinavo in Rome. www.facebook.com/nielsenpianist
The concert is arranged by Nielsen Salons, a music association with the purpose of supporting young talented artists, predominantly musicians, by offering the opportunity to perform for an audience in the shape of “salon concerts” in private homes or at larger public venues. www.facebook.com/nielsensaloner.
The admission includes concert, wine, exhibition and access to the Round Tower: DKK 175,-
Students and members of Nielsen Salons: DKK 125,-.
By tickets online here or at the entrance of the Round Tower”