Sunday, 26_01_2020 11 a.m. | Festsaal im Münchner Künstlerhaus | 4ht Chamber Music Concert | Save date

»Eismeer« – Elke im Gespräch

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

"Vier Phantasiestücke" for piano, violin and violoncello, Opus 88

Marc-Aurel Floros

"Eismeer" concert phantasy for violin, violoncello and piano

Intermission

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

Piano trio in B major, Opus 8

 

Bernhard Metz, Violin

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

Sven Faulian, Cello

The musician was born in Neubrandenburg and began his cello studies in 1981 at the music school in his native city. In 1985 he was accepted as an outside student at the "Special School of Music" of the Hanns Eisler Music Academy in Berlin, and from...  more

Paul Rivinius, Piano

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

Elke Heidenreich, speaker