Jill Lawson and Luísa Tender

Portugal/USA
Main Programme
08
July

21h30
Venue: Monastery of Alcobaça - D. Dinis Cloyster

Stories, songs and dances for four-hand piano

This programme is an open window on the musical life of Paris in the transition between the 19th and 20th centuries. Through works for piano four hands - a very widespread formation at the time - we remember four french composers who were very different from each other. Saint-Saëns and Fauré were teacher and pupil. Debussy and Saint-Saëns were considered, and considered themselves, incompatible. Chaminade, a woman, imposed herself in an exclusively male world. Despite the differences between composers and musical languages, there are links that unite the themes of the movements that follow here. Among others, the dance scenes, the lullabies or dream songs, and the inspiration in distant worlds.

Jill Lawson and Luísa Tender, four-hand piano

Price: €10
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Safety rules
The safety rules for public access to the festival follow the recommendations of the Direção-Geral de Saúde (DGS). We will welcome you with complete safety and confidence.

Access to the venue
The access to the Mosteiro de Alcobaça is made through the Portaria (Monastery) entrance. The exit is through the same place. The entrance is exclusive to ticket holders. The entrance is made from 20h45 and until 15 minutes before the beginning of the show. No entry is allowed after the beginning of the show.

Safety guidelines
Masks must be worn, even with a visor.
Meet safety distances when entering the venue.
Use the hand sanitizer dispensers available in several areas of the venue.
Comply with respiratory etiquette.
Respect the distance between the seats.
No physical format of the programme notes will be handed out.
You may consult the programme notes in digital media through the access https://www.cistermusica.com/pt/conteudos
If you have any questions, ask the room assistants for support.

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