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»British Idylls«

Münchner Künstlerhaus

  • Violin

    Bernhard Metz

    Bernhard Metz was born in Saarbrücken and took his first violin lessons at the Pflüger Foundation, headed by Wolfgang Marschner, in Freiburg. While still in secondary school, he also studied with Roman Nodel in Mannheim and Rainer Kussmaul in…

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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

    Konstantin Sellheim

    Konstantin Sellheim is among the most sought-after instrumentalists of his generation. After studying violin with Prof. Atila Aydintan at Hannover University of Music and Theatre, in 1996 he began viola studies with Volker Worlitzsch from the…

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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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  • Piano

    Paul Rivinius

    Paul Rivinius received his first piano lessons at the age of five.

    His first teachers were Gustaf Grosch in Munich and Alexander Sellier,Walter Blankenheim and Nerine Barrett at the Saarbrücken College of Music.

    After leaving school he also studied…

    more

  • Henry Purcell

    Henry Purcell was considered the most important English composer during his lifetime during the Baroque period. He was organist at Westminster Abbey at the Chapel Royal. His works were held in high esteem by his contemporaries and successors, notably…

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    Chaconne for two violins, viola and basso continuo G Minor Z 730

  • Graham Waterhouse

    Composer and Cellist Graham Waterhouse was born in London in 1962 into a musical family and has lived in Munich since 1992. He received his musical education at Cambridge University and at Folkwang Hochschule in Essen and Hochschule für Musik Köln.…

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    »Alchymic Quartet«

  • Frank Bridge

    Frank Bridge, born in Brighton in 1879 and died in Eastbourne in 1941, was an English composer, violist and conductor, and is today considered one of Britain's most important composers, although his oeuvre is not all that extensive. Benjamin Britten…

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    »Three Idylls« for String Quartet

  • Edward Elgar

    Like Henry Purcell for the English music of the baroque era and Benjamin Britten for the English music of the modern age, Edward Elgar (1857 ? 1934) is regarded as the representative composer for English music in the late romantic period. This rank…

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    Quintet for Piano, Two Violins, Viola and Violoncello in A minor, Opus 84

  • Violin

    Bernhard Metz

    Bernhard Metz was born in Saarbrücken and took his first violin lessons at the Pflüger Foundation, headed by Wolfgang Marschner, in Freiburg. While still in secondary school, he also studied with Roman Nodel in Mannheim and Rainer Kussmaul in…

    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

    Konstantin Sellheim

    Konstantin Sellheim is among the most sought-after instrumentalists of his generation. After studying violin with Prof. Atila Aydintan at Hannover University of Music and Theatre, in 1996 he began viola studies with Volker Worlitzsch from the…

    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

  • Piano

    Paul Rivinius

    Paul Rivinius received his first piano lessons at the age of five.

    His first teachers were Gustaf Grosch in Munich and Alexander Sellier,Walter Blankenheim and Nerine Barrett at the Saarbrücken College of Music.

    After leaving school he also studied…

    more

  • Henry Purcell

    Henry Purcell was considered the most important English composer during his lifetime during the Baroque period. He was organist at Westminster Abbey at the Chapel Royal. His works were held in high esteem by his contemporaries and successors, notably…

    more

    Chaconne for two violins, viola and basso continuo G Minor Z 730

  • Graham Waterhouse

    Composer and Cellist Graham Waterhouse was born in London in 1962 into a musical family and has lived in Munich since 1992. He received his musical education at Cambridge University and at Folkwang Hochschule in Essen and Hochschule für Musik Köln.…

    more

    »Alchymic Quartet«

  • Frank Bridge

    Frank Bridge, born in Brighton in 1879 and died in Eastbourne in 1941, was an English composer, violist and conductor, and is today considered one of Britain's most important composers, although his oeuvre is not all that extensive. Benjamin Britten…

    more

    »Three Idylls« for String Quartet

  • Edward Elgar

    Like Henry Purcell for the English music of the baroque era and Benjamin Britten for the English music of the modern age, Edward Elgar (1857 ? 1934) is regarded as the representative composer for English music in the late romantic period. This rank…

    more

    Quintet for Piano, Two Violins, Viola and Violoncello in A minor, Opus 84

Duration of concert: ca. 1 ¾ Stunden

Directions

The Isarphilharmonie is located on the terrain of the »Gasteig HP8«. Please use public transportation if possible, as there is limited parking available.

Isarphilharmonie
Hans-Preißinger-Straße 8, 81379 München

  • Arrival by subway:
    U3: Station Brudermühlstraße, walking distance 350m or bus 54/X30
    U1: Station Candidplatz, bus 54/X30 or shuttle to Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8

  • Arrival by bus:
    Bus 54: Station Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8
    Bus X30: Station Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8

  • Arrival by car:
    Blumengroßmarkt, Lagerhausstraße 5: Shuttle to Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8

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