Mon, 4. March 2019

Mei-Ann Chen, Dirigentin © KK
Mei-Ann Chen, Dirigentin
Gewandhaus
Bernd Glemser, the darling of the audience, gets two piano concertos on the podium: Schumann's “Introduction and Allegro” and Mendelssohn's Number 1. The excellent Taiwanese conductor Mei-Ann Chen adds Mendelssohn's “Italian".

Tue, 5. March 2019

Mei-Ann Chen, Dirigentin © KK
Mei-Ann Chen, Dirigentin
Gewandhaus
Bernd Glemser, the darling of the audience, gets two piano concertos on the podium: Schumann's “Introduction and Allegro” and Mendelssohn's Number 1. The excellent Taiwanese conductor Mei-Ann Chen adds Mendelssohn's “Italian".

Mon, 18. March 2019

Rüdiger Lotter, Violine © Werner Kmetitsch
Rüdiger Lotter, Violine
Bach im Caféhaus
Music by the gentlemen from the house of Bach, composed for performances in the Café Zimmermann in Leipzig. Of course, most beautiful music, as made for the excellent Munich violinist Rüdiger Lotter.

Tue, 19. March 2019

Rüdiger Lotter, Violine © Werner Kmetitsch
Rüdiger Lotter, Violine
Bach im Caféhaus
Music by the gentlemen from the house of Bach, composed for performances in the Café Zimmermann in Leipzig. Of course, most beautiful music, as made for the excellent Munich violinist Rüdiger Lotter.

Mon, 1. April 2019

Lara St. John, Violine © Andrew Ousley
Lara St. John, Violine
Sommer in der Schweiz
Mei-Ann Chen conjures up the summer in Switzerland with one of her core pieces, Raff’s Symphony No. 9 from 1878. Perfect start: Rossini's Wilhelm Tell Overture. In between: Piazzolla's “Seasons of Buenos Aires” with Lara St. John on the violin.

Tue, 2. April 2019

Lara St. John, Violine © Andrew Ousley
Lara St. John, Violine
Sommer in der Schweiz
Mei-Ann Chen conjures up the summer in Switzerland with one of her core pieces, Raff’s Symphony No. 9 from 1878. Perfect start: Rossini's Wilhelm Tell Overture. In between: Piazzolla's “Seasons of Buenos Aires” with Lara St. John on the violin.

Mon, 6. May 2019

Sergio Azzolini mit recreationBAROCK im Minoritensaal © Sandra Wanderer
Sergio Azzolini mit recreationBAROCK im Minoritensaal
Ein Traum von Venedig
Impatiently awaited by the audience and the orchestra: the spirited, sensational bassoonist Sergio Azzolini invites with concertos by Vivaldi, Telemann, Fasch and Johann Sebastian Bach to “a dream of Venice”.

Tue, 7. May 2019

Sergio Azzolini mit recreationBAROCK im Minoritensaal © Sandra Wanderer
Sergio Azzolini mit recreationBAROCK im Minoritensaal
Ein Traum von Venedig
Impatiently awaited by the audience and the orchestra: the spirited, sensational bassoonist Sergio Azzolini invites with concertos by Vivaldi, Telemann, Fasch and Johann Sebastian Bach to “a dream of Venice”.

Mon, 20. May 2019

Julia Hagen, Violoncello © Neda Navaee
Julia Hagen, Violoncello
A Serious Game
Christian Muthspiel presents a programme from old and new: Bach’s first cello suite, from which he developed his own cello concerto “A Serious Game”, Stravinsky’s “Pulcinella Suite” and Kodály’s “Dances from Galantha”. On the cello: Julia Hagen from Salzburg.

Tue, 21. May 2019

Julia Hagen, Violoncello © Neda Navaee
Julia Hagen, Violoncello
A Serious Game
Christian Muthspiel presents a programme from old and new: Bach’s first cello suite, from which he developed his own cello concerto “A Serious Game”, Stravinsky’s “Pulcinella Suite” and Kodály’s “Dances from Galantha”. On the cello: Julia Hagen from Salzburg.
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