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  • Friday, 17 September 2021 to Tuesday, 28 September 2021

    Sea Sounds Festival

    Norderney, Deutschland

    The sea in view, the ear on the pulse of the island: With the Sea­sounds Fes­ti­val, the Orch­ester im Trep­pen­haus is a guest on Norder­ney for the sec­ond time and plays in Sep­tem­ber not just a clas­si­cal music fes­ti­val, but a pro­gram that can only exist in this place. With a play­ful explorato­ry dri­ve, the young orches­tra from Hanover explores the bound­aries of the live con­cert sit­u­a­tion, open­ing doors to new lis­ten­ing expe­ri­ences, inti­mate moments and sur­pris­ing con­tent. On the beach, on a bicy­cle, in the island church, blind­fold­ed, dur­ing a silent movie, as impro­vi­sa­tion to lit­er­a­ture and always very close to the audi­ence: con­cert as expe­ri­ence. Clas­si­cal music as per­for­mance, with sur­pris­ing con­nec­tions to our real­i­ty.

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  • Friday, 1 October 2021 , 8:00 pm

    Gezeitenkonzerte

    Das Landschaftsforum der Ostfriesischen Landschaft, Georgswall 1, 26603 Aurich, Deutschland

    Songs and Dances — In the Mirror of Life

    Fea­tur­ing music from dif­fer­ent coun­tries, con­ti­nents and folk­loris­tic tra­di­tions, this pro­gram empha­sizes the con­nect­ing pow­er of music.

    In times dom­i­nat­ed by glob­al­iza­tion, but also dis­so­ci­a­tion and more and more extreme polit­i­cal opin­ions, we want to cel­e­brate plu­ral­ism and at the same time con­cen­trate on what unites us, on the basic ques­tions of life and emo­tions that we all share.

    Our pro­gram Songs and Dances — In the Mir­ror of Life with works by Dvo­rak, Rav­el, Bar­tok, de Fal­la, Piaz­zol­la and oth­ers is com­ple­ment­ed by excerpts from the doc­u­men­tary Human by the French film­mak­er Yann Arthus-Bertrand. This cineast art­work is quot­ing the lifes and sto­ries of peo­ple from all over the world, yet — just as the music we play — always comes back to cen­tral top­ics that, after all, move us most as humans, like fam­i­ly, death, jus­tice, war and love.

    Duo Karuna - Jes­si­ca Kaiser, Gui­tar | Johan­na Rup­pert, Vio­lin

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  • Saturday, 2 October 2021 , 8:00 pm

    Gezeitenkonzerte

    Steinhaus Bunderhee, Steinhausstraße 64, 26831 Bunde, Deutschland

    Songs and Dances — In the Mirror of Life

    Fea­tur­ing music from dif­fer­ent coun­tries, con­ti­nents and folk­loris­tic tra­di­tions, this pro­gram empha­sizes the con­nect­ing pow­er of music.

    In times dom­i­nat­ed by glob­al­iza­tion, but also dis­so­ci­a­tion and more and more extreme polit­i­cal opin­ions, we want to cel­e­brate plu­ral­ism and at the same time con­cen­trate on what unites us, on the basic ques­tions of life and emo­tions that we all share.

    Our pro­gram Songs and Dances — In the Mir­ror of Life with works by Dvo­rak, Rav­el, Bar­tok, de Fal­la, Piaz­zol­la and oth­ers is com­ple­ment­ed by excerpts from the doc­u­men­tary Human by the French film­mak­er Yann Arthus-Bertrand. This cineast art­work is quot­ing the lifes and sto­ries of peo­ple from all over the world, yet — just as the music we play — always comes back to cen­tral top­ics that, after all, move us most as humans, like fam­i­ly, death, jus­tice, war and love.

    Duo Karuna - Jes­si­ca Kaiser, Gui­tar | Johan­na Rup­pert, Vio­lin

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  • Saturday, 9 October 2021 , 7:30 pm

    Brucknerhaus Linz

    Brucknerhaus Linz, Untere Donaulände 7, 4010 Linz, Österreich

    Piano trios by Bruckner’s stu­dents

    Sev­er­al of Bruckner’s stu­dents, in con­trast to their teacher, devot­ed them­selves with great pas­sion to the com­po­si­tion of cham­ber music works, as exem­pli­fied by the three piano trios pre­sent­ed in this con­cert. Paul Caro, a native of Bres­lau, stud­ied with Bruck­n­er from 1880 to 1885, to whom he gave the print­ed edi­tion of his Piano Trio in E major in Sep­tem­ber 1886; the sheet music with the hand­writ­ten ded­i­ca­tion “Her­rn Pro­fes­sor Anton Bruck­n­er in dankbar­er Verehrung” from Bruckner’s estate is now in St. Flo­ri­an Abbey. Mathilde Kra­lik von Meyr­swalden, a native of Linz who was Bruckner’s pri­vate pupil from 1875 on, achieved one of her first great suc­cess­es with her Piano Trio in F major, first per­formed in 1880. Franz Marschn­er, born in Leit­meritz, Bohemia, and a stu­dent of Bruckner’s coun­ter­point from 1883 to 1885, cre­at­ed an ambi­tious work of almost sym­phon­ic dimen­sions with his Piano Trio in C minor around 1902.

    The con­cert, for which three young, inter­na­tion­al­ly sought-after musi­cians join forces to form the TONALi Trio, is the crown­ing finale of Austria’s first coop­er­a­tion with TONALi Tour, a project that involves young peo­ple from three Linz schools in the over­all event man­age­ment.

    Pieces by Mathilde Kra­lik, Paul Caro and Franz Marschn­er

    TONALi Trio

    Johan­na Rup­pert | Vio­line

    Christoph Heesch | Vio­lon­cel­lo

    Alexan­der Vorontsov | Klavier

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