PRISMA

 

Elisabeth Champollion
recorder
Franciska Hajdu
violin
Alon Sariel
mandoline and lute
Soma Salat-Zakariás
viola da gamba

17.09.2022 – 20:00
Palazzo Sangiovanni
Alessano (LECCE)

John Playford (1623-1686/87)

Hornpipe
Johny Cock (from: The Division Violin)
Newcastle (from: The Dancing Master)

Traditional

My wife’s a wanton wee thing
The 9th of July
Dusty windowsills

Archibald McDonald of Keppoch
Daphne
The Star of County Down>
Musical Priest
Cooleys
Swallowtail jig

 

John Playford (1623-1686/87)

All in a garden green
Drive the cold winter away

Traditional

Skye Boat Song
Neil Gow’s Lament for his second wife
Londonderry Air

John Playford (1623-1686/87)

Upon a Summer’s Day
Godesses

Henry Purcell(1659-1695)

Rondeau
Hornpipe
(from: The Fairy Queen)

Nicola Matteis (1650-1714)

Ground after the Scotch Humour

Henry Purcell(1659-1695)

Rondeau
Hornpipe
(from: Abdelazer)

Ralph McTell(1944-)

Streets of London

Traditional

Carolan’s Draught

Thomas Ford(1580-1648)

Cate of Bardie

Traditional

Jenny’s wedding
The sailor’s wife
The green fields
Kerry Reel
Tatter Jack Walsh

PRISMA

These artist-adventurers from different regions of Europe and beyond are united by the sheer joy they share as they dive into new musical worlds. PRISMA approaches its music directly through firsthand experience: encounters with local musicians form an integral part of their travels. In this way, they pick up many concrete musical ideas while touring to places like Hungary, Slovenia, Czechia and Romania as well as Italy and England – specific melodies or pieces that are then absorbed into their programs.
The four young musicians let their French-German, Hungarian and Israeli roots flow organically into their programs, which they have dedicated to the connection between historically rooted folk music and the “art” music of earlier centuries. On their first CD “SEASONS” (2018), traditional dances like the tarantella, ciaccona and canario can be heard alongside the ensemble’s own fresh arrangements of Italian baroque music. Their second CD “IL TRANSILVANO” (2020) goes one step further, building bridges between Hungarian and Italian art and folk music.
The four members of PRISMA met for the first time several weeks before the 2015 edition of the International H.I.F. Biber Competition in Austria; after a short but very intense rehearsal period, they returned home with the competition’s top prize. One year later, the quartet was selected for the EU-sponsored ensemble program “Eeemerging”, with which it maintains a connection to this day.