During this performance, Floor le Coultre and Tim Brackman take you on a voyage of discovery through many different centuries and style periods. Where we start with Hindemith, you are immediately put on the wrong track. What is the best way to listen to it? Tim will explain it to you! Louis Spohr is a contemporary of the violin virtuoso Paganini in the 19th century. However, Louis writes much more in the style of Mozart but very virtuoso. A powerful work for two violins that demand the utmost from the players! For the next work, Floor will bring out her viola: we will play the fantastic madrigals by Martinu for you. This is a real discovery for us and we look forward to surprising you with it. Finally, the festive piece by Handel/Halvorsen. A beautiful theme by Handel transformed into fireworks for violin and viola by the Norwegian violinist Johan Halvorsen at the beginning of the 20th century.