Dit concert is al geweest. Bekijk hieronder de serie Kamermuziek '20/'21:
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- Wiener Kammersymphonie und Domenico Godispoti - 24 Oktober 2020
- Koninklijk Concergebouworkest, Arno Piters und Jeroen Bal - 6 November 2020
- Nino Gvetadze und Frederieke Saeijs - 14 November 2020
- Anastasia Kobekina, Rosanne Philippens, Adriane La Marca und Julien Quentin - 23 Januar 2021
- Sitkovetsky Trio, Isang Enders, Wu Qian und Alexander Sitkovetsky - 10 April 2021
- Severin von Eckardstein und Sophie Jaffé - 17 April 2021
- David Orlowski, Lauma Skride und Anastasia Kobekina - 24 April 2021
Schumann - Piano Trio No. 1, on. 63
Fauré. - Piano trio, on. 120
Saint-Saëns - Piano Trio No. 2, op. 92
Trio Wanderer's name sounds German, but the members of this world-renowned ensemble are very French. In the Edesche Concert Hall, the three gentlemen bring the best of these two worlds together with piano trios by Schumann, Fauré and Saint-Saëns. Trio Wanderer learned the trade with Menahem Pressler, the pianist of the Beaux Arts Trio, among others. It is therefore not surprising that Trio Wanderer is regularly named the heir of this legendary piano trio. In 1988 the trio began their career with the highest distinction at the ARD International Music Competition in Munich. Meanwhile, three decades later Trio Wanderer travels along all the famous concert halls of the world with rave reviews as a logical consequence: "Open and fresh", according to de Volkskrant. "The best thing you can have today when it comes to trios," says Le Monde.
Schumann's birthday present
Trio Wanderer comes to the Edesche Concert Hall with absolute classics. Schumann's 'First Piano Trio', for example, is one of his best and best-known pieces. Schumann wrote it as a birthday present for his wife Clara. She was so happy with it that she wrote in her diary: "It sounds so youthful and powerful, but at the same time it is masterful in its elaboration Clara probably referred to the narrative character of the music. Schumann used a find that Beethoven also often used in his music. The trio starts out dark and gloomy, but gradually more and more the light breaks through; fully in the radiant finale.
Vincent Coq on Saint-Saëns' Second Piano Trio:
"There's so much variety between the five parts. Like no other, the composer switches between profound music and lighter passages with even a musical joke here and there. For us it's always a feast to play this piano trio and a pleasure for the audience to listen to"
(Read the interview with Vincent Coq.)
The last thoughts of Gabriel Fauré
The contrast with Fauré's 'Piano Trio' can hardly be greater. The 'First Piano Trio' flowed, so to speak, straight from Schumann's pen, while the 77-year-old and deaf Fauré, on the other hand, took a lot of trouble to get his notes on paper. He wrote to his wife: "I haven't come up with two notes I'd like to write down yet. Would my inspiration have dried up?" That inspiration finally came anyway. A year before his death, Fauré delivered one of his most serene chamber music works. A reviewer described the piece as full of balance and elegant clarity. Fauré's 'Piano Trio' has always rejoiced in illustrious performers. The illustrious trio of pianist Alfred Cortot, violinist Jacques Thibaud and cellist Pablo Casals played one of the first performances, later followed by the Beaux Arts Trio. Trio Wanderer continues this line.
Trio Wanderer consists of:
- Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian, violin
- Vincent Coq, piano
- Raphael Pidoux, cello
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