Sunday, 03_11_2019 11 a.m. | Festsaal im Münchner Künstlerhaus | 2nd Chamber Music Concert | Save date

»Intimes Drama«

Robert Schumann

Robert Schumann, born on June 8th 1810 in Zwickau, actually wanted to become a pianist, but had to give up this plan because of a hand injury caused by excessive practicing. Until 1840, he exclusively composed works for piano and art songs, before...  more

String Quartett in A major, Opus 41 No. 3

Intermission

Béla Bartók

The source from which Hungarian composer Béla Bartók drew his musical language was south-eastern European folklore, which he collected and studied along with Zoltán Kodály. On the basis of this folklore, Bartók developed a Hungarian idiom of modern...  more

String Quartet No. 1, Opus 7

 

Georg Pfirsch, Violin

Georg Pfirsch (born 1989 in Munich) began his music education at the age of six years. As a student of former Munich Philharmonic Jorge Sutil, he was, from 2006, also tutored by Igor Ozim. Following his acceptance as young student at the Mozarteum in...  more

Johanna Zaunschirm, Violin

Johanna Zaunschirm was born in Hamburg and grew up near Salzburg. Aged six, she began her musical education under Pavla Kinzl at the Musikum Oberndorf. In 2002, Bruno Steinschaden admitted her to the preparatory course at the Mozarteum University....  more

Julie Risbet, Viola

Viola player Julie Risbet studied with Jean Sulem at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris, where she graduated with honours in May 2008. Subsequently, she continued her studies with Hariolf Schlichtig at the Hochschule...  more

David Hausdorf, Cello

The Berlin-born musician took his first cello lessons at the age of five; after early competition successes he was accepted as a preparatory student in the class of Josef Schwab at the "Hanns Eisler" Academy of Music in Berlin and later graduated...  more