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Chamber Concert as part of the SEErenade

Haus Buchenried, Leoni am Starnberger See

  • Violin

    Iason Keramidis

    Iason Keramidis was born in Kavala, Greece in 1985. Receiving lessons from Prof Stelios Kafantaris aged 13, he studied at the State University of Music and the Performing Arts Stuttgart with Prof Ingolf Turban from 2003 and later at the State…

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  • Violin

    Clément Courtin

    Born in the French city of Lille, the musician began playing the violin at the age of eight; from 1995 to 1997 he studied in Paris with Suzanne Gessner. After that Clément Courtin joined Igor Oistrakh's class in Brussels, where, after studying for…

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  • Viola

    Wolfgang Berg

    Greatly influenced by his teachers, Rainer Moog and Hariolf Schlichtig, as well as the members of the Amadeus String Quartet, Wolfgang Berg concluded his studies at the Music Academy of Cologne by passing a concert examination. He was solo violist…

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  • Cello

    Manuel von der Nahmer

    A native of Wuppertal, the musician took his first cello lessons at the age of nine. After winning three federal prizes at the "Jugend musiziert" competition and first prize at the international "Charles Hennen" Chamber Music Competition in the…

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  • Johann Sebastian Bach

    With his cantatas and oratorios, the Leipzig Thomaskantor Johann Sebastian Bach was the ultimate paragon of Protestant liturgical music. At the same time, with works like The Well-Tempered Clavier, The Art of the Fugue and The Musical Offering, he…

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    Contrapunktus I and IX from "Die Kunst der Fuge" (The Art of Fugue), BWV 1080

  • Anton Webern

    Along with his teacher, Arnold Schönberg, and Alban Berg, Anton Webern (born on December 12th 1883 in Vienna) formed the so-called "Second Viennese School", which made a major contribution to the development of modern music in the 20th century. Like…

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    »Langsamer Satz« (Slow movement) for string quartet (1905)

  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    Ludwig van Beethoven, born in December 1770 in Bonn into a musical family, attracted attention early in his life thanks to his outstanding musical talent. In 1792 the Prince Elector of Bonn sent him to Vienna to enable him to perfect his knowledge…

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    String Quartet in C minor, Opus 18 No. 4

    String Quartet in C minor, Opus 18 No. 4

    Around 1785 the string quartet had developed as a genre that placed the highest æsthetic and compositional requirements on composers, musicians and listeners. This development was decisively determined by Franz Joseph Haydn, whose string quartets…

    more

  • Violin

    Iason Keramidis

    Iason Keramidis was born in Kavala, Greece in 1985. Receiving lessons from Prof Stelios Kafantaris aged 13, he studied at the State University of Music and the Performing Arts Stuttgart with Prof Ingolf Turban from 2003 and later at the State…

    more

  • Violin

    Clément Courtin

    Born in the French city of Lille, the musician began playing the violin at the age of eight; from 1995 to 1997 he studied in Paris with Suzanne Gessner. After that Clément Courtin joined Igor Oistrakh's class in Brussels, where, after studying for…

    more

  • Viola

    Wolfgang Berg

    Greatly influenced by his teachers, Rainer Moog and Hariolf Schlichtig, as well as the members of the Amadeus String Quartet, Wolfgang Berg concluded his studies at the Music Academy of Cologne by passing a concert examination. He was solo violist…

    more

  • Cello

    Manuel von der Nahmer

    A native of Wuppertal, the musician took his first cello lessons at the age of nine. After winning three federal prizes at the "Jugend musiziert" competition and first prize at the international "Charles Hennen" Chamber Music Competition in the…

    more

  • Johann Sebastian Bach

    With his cantatas and oratorios, the Leipzig Thomaskantor Johann Sebastian Bach was the ultimate paragon of Protestant liturgical music. At the same time, with works like The Well-Tempered Clavier, The Art of the Fugue and The Musical Offering, he…

    more

    Contrapunktus I and IX from "Die Kunst der Fuge" (The Art of Fugue), BWV 1080

  • Anton Webern

    Along with his teacher, Arnold Schönberg, and Alban Berg, Anton Webern (born on December 12th 1883 in Vienna) formed the so-called "Second Viennese School", which made a major contribution to the development of modern music in the 20th century. Like…

    more

    »Langsamer Satz« (Slow movement) for string quartet (1905)

  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    Ludwig van Beethoven, born in December 1770 in Bonn into a musical family, attracted attention early in his life thanks to his outstanding musical talent. In 1792 the Prince Elector of Bonn sent him to Vienna to enable him to perfect his knowledge…

    more

    String Quartet in C minor, Opus 18 No. 4

    Around 1785 the string quartet had developed as a genre that placed the highest æsthetic and compositional requirements on composers, musicians and listeners. This development was decisively determined by Franz Joseph Haydn, whose string quartets…

    more

credit Co Merz