Dit concert is al geweest. Bekijk hieronder de serie Kamermuziek '20/'21:
- Wiener Kammersymphonie and Domenico Codispoti - 23 October 2021
- Koninklijk Concergebouworkest, Arno Piters, and Jeroen Bal - 29 January 2022
- Anastasia Kobekina - 5 February 2022
- David Orlowsky, Lauma Skride, and Anastasia Kobekina - 5 March 2022
- Arosa Trio, Maja Bogdanovic, Nino Gvetadze, and Frederieke Saeijs - 19 March 2022
- Severin von Eckardstein and Sophie Jaffé - 26 March 2022
- Sitkovetsky Trio, Isang Enders, Wu Qian, and Alexander Sitkovetsky - 9 April 2022
- Jean-Sélim Abdelouma and Anastasia Kobekina - 30 April 2022
Royal Concertgebouw OrchestraTheRoyal Concertgebouw Orchestra belongs to the absolute world top. Not only do the musicians excel in the great symphonic repertoire, they are also great lovers of chamber music. Eight KCO soloists celebrate their love for Schubert's beautiful 'Octet' in the Edesche Concert Hall. Chamber music of the highest level, with the allure of a compelling symphony.
Arno Piters: "I was studying to crush, because you want that recognition anyway."
Within the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra there is plenty of room for chamber music. "That's important, especially for the strings. They are on their own; every scratch, every mistake you hear. Chamber music benefits the ensemble playing of the whole orchestra, because you have to pay close attention to what's going on around you. And then it doesn't really matter who you play with, because everyone plays the stars of the sky. That's why I think it's so great to do the program together with the beautiful octets of Schubert and Widmann"!
(Read the interview with Arno Piters.)