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Cancelled: Special chamber concert

Saturday, 04. December 2021, 8.00 pm
Munich, Max Joseph Saal

Sunday, 05. December 2021, 6.00 pm
Tutzing, Evangelische Akademie

Karin Löffler-Hunziker, Violin

Valérie Gillard, Violin

Anja Kreynacke, Viola

Jan Mischlich-Andresen, Cello

Lukas Maria Kuen, Piano

Kammerkonzert © Maria Capelli

Due to the stricter requirements to contain the Corona pandemic, these concerts unfortunately have to be cancelled.

To return your purchased tickets, please contact the point of sale where you purchased the tickets. Tickets purchased via BRticket can be returned to BRticket, Hopfenstr. 4, 80335 Munich, Germany, by December 31, 2021 at the latest (print@home: please send the ticket PDF by e-mail to service@br-ticket.de). In any case, please include your bank details (IBAN). If you got your tickets via phone or online by credit card, the ticket value will usually be credited there.

If you purchased your tickets at a Munich ticket agency, please contact them for the refund. BRticket cannot take back these tickets for technical reasons.

Further information for the concert in Tutzing can be found on the organizer’s website: Evangelische Akademie Tutzing


ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

The violin theme in the first movement of Haydn’s B flat major String Quartet, op. 76/4, spirals into the heights above a sustained chord from the other instruments. Listeners felt they were listening to the rising of the sun, which is why the work has been given the nickname “Sunrise” Quartet. Here Haydn’s music, in its evocative idiom, takes on almost pre-romantic traits. Anton Webern’s Langsamer Satz (slow movement) for string quartet stands on the programme as a sort of belated echo of romanticism. Things are quite different with his Six Bagatelles, tight-knit miniatures that dispense with everything nonessential, using only a few notes to hint at things the listeners can project in their own minds. Lastly, Schumann’s Piano Quintet is not only one of his most famous works altogether, but the piece that founded the very genre of the piano quintet – “a work abounding in strength and freshness”, as Clara Schumann so rapturously put it.

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