20:00 | Edesche ConcertzaalEde
As a composer, what can you add to Schubert's radiant First Piano Trio? Brahms had his own thoughts about that. "You have not had such a beautiful trio from me before," he wrote contentedly to his publisher. And indeed, Brahms' Second Piano Trio, op. 87 excels in catchy melodies and surprising sound effects. The Van Baerle Trio sets both pieces fraternally side by side. Enjoy the compelling playing of pianist Hannes Minnaar, violinist Maria Milstein and cellist Gideon den Herder, three soloists pur sang who together form this top ensemble. They will also play a breathtaking chamber music version of Liszt's piano classic Vallée d'Obermann.