Sunday, 22_03_2020 11 a.m. | Festsaal im Münchner Künstlerhaus | 6th Chamber Music Concert | Save date

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Johannes Brahms

"New Trails“ was the title of an enthusiastic article in the "Neue Zeitschrift für Musik“ in which Robert Schumann introduced Johannes Brahms (born on May 7th 1833 in Hamburg) to the musical world. Praised as an innovator by Schumann, Brahms was...  more

Trio in E-flat major, Opus 40, for Horn, Violin and Piano

Why Johannes Brahms composed a trio for violin, waldhorn and piano, of all combinations, in May of 1865 in Baden-Baden, has remained unexplained to this day. That combination did not exist to that moment, and it was also again set aside until 1982,...

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Intermission

Franz Schubert

With the compositions of Franz Schubert, a new sound entered music history: a cantabile tenderness, which, time and again, completely unexpectedly shifts into an evocation of dark depression and fateful, inescapable catastrophe. These abrupt mood...  more

Piano Trio in E-flat major D 929

 

Ulrich Haider, Horn

Ulrich Haider was born in 1971 in Erding and received his first horn instruction at the age of 11. While still in school he became a junior student of Otto Schmitz at the Munich Music Academy in 1987, continuing his studies with him after completing...  more

Wolfram Lohschütz, Violin

Wolfram Lohschütz was born in Bad Kissingen and received his first violin lessons at the age of five. At the tender age of seven, he was already a student of Gerd Hoelscher at the Music Academy in Würzburg. He won several first prizes from the...  more

Veit Wenk-Wolff, Cello

Veit Wenk-Wolff was born in 1963 in Heidelberg and grew up in Norway. He received his first cello instruction at the age of 6, later studying with Aage Kvalbein (Oslo), Peter Grümmer (Zurich) and at the Arts Academy in Berlin with Eberhard Finke. He...  more

Paul Rivinius, Piano

Paul Rivinius, born in 1970, received his first piano lessons at the age of six from G. Grosch in Munich. Other teachers were A. Sellier, W. Blankenheim, N. Barrett and R. Havenith. At the same time he studied the horn with Marie Luise Neunecker. ...  more