STRING - 139

2012-12-22 18:00 - 19:30

STRING - 139

When: 22th Dec, 2012 18:00-19:30
Where: UCCA - Auditorium

STRING - 139


In 1723, J.S. Bach was a Kantor at the St. Thomas Church, Leipzig. It was part of his job to perform a church cantata every Sunday and Holiday, related to the readings prescribed by the Lutheran liturgy for the specific occasion. As a true Christian, Bach preferred to conduct his own cantatas, and he composed a new work every week as part of the church service. Three annual cycles of cantatas have survived. Bach said, "Music's only purpose should be the glory of God and the recreation of the human spirit." On November 12, 1724, Bach finished his No.139 sacred Cantata "Believe in God, God Blesses" (Wohldem, der sich auf seinenGott, BWV 139). The name of this Cantata has perfectly described Bach's pure belief and his persistence in accordance with his belief: a Church Musician.

Although music nowadays has more purposes than just for the glory of God, people have never stopped the searching journey for the true meaning of life, and never stopped praising the spirit of persistence. As time passes by, fashion may have changed into old classy, while humble insistence may have turned out to be great achievements. The classical works, like a mirror from the past, provide those busy persons a true reflection of who they really are.

The aim of GuitarW Music Workshop, is to fulfill its musical dreams in the classical string music world. Inspired by Bach’s persistence to his pure belief, we will present 139 concerts where hundreds of well-known musicians from all over the world will perform in different styles. If you are the person who has the same belief in classical music, please join us. Let’s together experience the every note of each classy piece, and take a deep breath for a moment while your mind is floating in the ocean of melody.

Jan  Depreter
He graduated three times Summa Cum Laude, from the Lemmens Institute in Leuven, the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp and the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, where he studied with ZoranDukic. After his studies he perfected his art with renowned artists as: Roberto Aussel, Odair Assad, Costas Cotsiolis, David Russell and Manuel Barrueco.
Jan Depreter has been a featured soloist in recitals throughout Europe, North and Middle America, Asia, Africa and Oceania. In 2006 he topped the bill at Guitar Festivals in Beijing (China), Mexico City (Mexico), Cairo (Egypt), Alessandria (Italy) and Osaka (Japan) covering four continents in one year.

He has played most major guitar concertos with international orchestras like the Royal Philharmonic of Flanders, La Chapelle de Lorraine, the Royal Chambre Orchestra of Wallonia, the Orchesta del Ciutat de Torrent, the Municipal Ochestra of Benicasim and the Flanders Radio Orchestra.


Paulo BELLINATI - Brazil
"MORELIANA—Hommage à Sergei Rachmaninov"
"PRELUDE Nr. 1 Heitor"


Johann Sebastian BACH
"CELLO SUITE Nr. 1 BWV 1007"
-"Menuett I& II Da Capo"
Domenico SCARLATTI - Italy
"SONATA K.11 / L. 352 in e minor"
Enrique GRANADOS - Spain
Isaac ALBéNIZ -Spain
"LLA Op.47 Nr.3"
Giulio REGONDI - Switzerland
"URNE (Rêverie Op.19)"


Ticket: 931RMB(VIP)、319RMB(Exclusive)、139RMB(Regular)
Tel: 010-57800200
Add: 798 Art District, No. 4 Jiuxianqiao Lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing


*Information provided by Ullens Center For Contemporary Art


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