Interfinity: Interfinity @ Perron

Restaurant Perron

The Interfinity concert festival is a unique event that offers a fascinating mix of high-caliber international and local artists in innovative and genre-crossing concerts; over the past few years, it has become an established part of Basel’s annual musical calendar. With a lot of dedication, the organizers draw from the huge well of music and present a surprising palette of musical styles where composers, ensembles, professors, and musicians meet in the infinity of the musical universe. From Baroque, Classic, and Romanticism to contemporary music they are exploring with great curiosity the endless worlds of sound.
On these four consecutive evenings, the Interfinity festival will grace the trendy restaurant “Perron,” an “insider tip.” Located in the old St. Johann train station, it delights connoisseurs with its classic French cuisine. Interfinity pursues the same quality standards in music—a “match made in heaven”! Audiences can look forward to high-quality music from baroque to jazz in the charming ambience of the Perron. After the concerts, the audience will be treated to culinary delights.
March 13: The ensemble “Sonorità” takes you into the baroque worlds of Walsh, Purcell, and Williams with a program entitled “A Bird Fancyer's Delight.” Lea Sobbe, Hojin Kwon, Melanie Flores, Ekachai Maskulrat, and Pablo Fitzgerald are proven experts in early music.
March 14: The saxophone quartet Kebyart is rightly one of the best-known young ensembles—their sound is sophisticated and unique. How do Rameau and Bach sound on the saxophone? Their program complements their own arrangements with commissioned works from well-known composers such as Jörg Widmann, who regularly writes for the ensemble.
March 15: Kaito Kobayashi is a winner of countless international competitions and plays concerts throughout Japan and Europe. Together with Haruna Mikumo (violin), Olivier Carillier (viola), and Maksim Babash (cello), Kobayashi interprets the Piano Quartet No. 2 in E flat major by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. He also brilliantly accompanies the Latvian clarinetist Anna Gagane in Johannes Brahms' Sonata for Clarinet and Piano No. 2 and in Witold Lutosławski's “Dance Preludes.”
March 16: The internationally renowned jazz musicians Jorge Rossy (drums), Mathieu Michel (flugelhorn), and Colin Vallon (piano) bring the series to a brilliant end.
Admission per concert (without dinner) is CHF 30 (CHF 20 for people under age 28). Concert including dinner (excluding drinks) is CHF 65 (normal price) and CHF 55 (reduced).


Restaurant Perron
Vogesenplatz 1
4056 Basel

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