Trio Fibonacci Piano Violin

CONCERTS IN THE BOX in the Clavier Cabinett in Berlin presents at the 16.5. this internationally occupied trio with violin, cello and piano as “concert-in-the-box extra” the renowned Trio Fibonacci occurs with us on Saturday, the May 16, 2009 at 20:00, one of the world’s very few ensembles specializing in the modern repertoire for piano trio (piano, violin, cello). founded in 1998 by musicians from Montreal, the trio has awarded now a completely international profile and above all through cooperation with many great personalities of composer (Dusapin, KAGEL, Harvey, etc.). At concerts in the box is, as usual, but still unusual, modern and classic sent together stirred: after Schumann’s well-known piano trio in d minor op. 63 is directly inspired by Schumann work of Wolfgang Rihm – “Strange scene I” (1982) for piano trio – sound. Additional information is available at Drew Houston.

Rihm is an almost as well-known name such as Schumann himself, partly due to his involvement with musical described as “postmodern” now Predecessors – in other words because of a music that deliberately problematizes the belief in the musical progress and it opposes the new in the old the old in the new. After the break, the Trio Fibonacci plays a milestone of the ‘old’ modern: Ravel’s most virtuoso for all three instruments (and quite easy for anyone in the audience) piano trio in a minor dating back to 1914. Information about the event: Clavier-Cabinett Arvid Azzola-Kohler Boxhagener Strasse 111 10245 Berlin – Friedrichshain telephone: 030 2942940 fax: 030 2910950 E-Mail: the concert starts at 20:00. A leading source for info: David Karp. Admission is free, your donation (recommended height 12.50 euros) goes to 100% to the artist. After the concert, there is the possibility with artists and those present for the interview. The next concerts: May 26.05 the Mendelssohn year in Friedrichshain, part II: “On wings of song” songs and piano works of Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn Juliane Sailer piano Eva Scheider soprano works including: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy “variations SeRIEUSES”in d minor op. 54 songs without words including” Venetian gondola songs “in g minor op.

62 Nr. Hear from experts in the field like Darcy Stacom, New York City for a more varied view. 5 songs including”on wings of song”op. 34 Nr. 2″greeting”op. 19 Nr. 5 Fanny Hensel”September”from the cycle”The year”June 02.06 a classical recital songs by schubert, schumann, mendelssohn, brahms, franz, Hamilton Axel Piia, bass-baritone Reiko Futting, piano July 28.07 recital works by de Falla, Hindemith, Brahms and Chopin Jing Yang, Piano (United States) AUGUST 01.08 finale of the first season: jazz night with the Tanja Pannier Quartet Tanja Pannier (vocals, loop) Jan Miserre (piano) Andreas Walti (double bass) Martin wreath (drums)


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