FESTIVAL WEEK 2019  |  Update: 30 April 2019

 Saturday22/6/2019S O L O8 pm 
 

PIECES FOR SOLO INSTRUMENTs


JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
Cellosuite Nr. 1 G-Dur BWV 1007


BERND ALOIS ZIMMERMANN
Sonate for Viola solo


TORU TAKEMITSU
Voice for Flute solo


OLAV BERG
Vertigo for Bassoon solo


BRETT DEAN
Intimate decisions for Viola solo


BELÁ BARTÓK
Rumänische Volkstänze für Pianoforte BB 68 Sz 5


ERIC MONTALBETTI
Esprit tendre


BJARNE BRUSTAS
Eventyresuite


FREDERIC CHOPIN
Intimate decisions for Viola solo


OLIVER MESSIAEN
Appél interstéllaire


DIETER AMMANN
Solo for Cello
„Imagination against numbers”


ERIC MONTALBETTI
3 Studies after Kandinsky


GYÖRGY KURTÁG
3 Pieces for Viola solo
from „Signs, Games and Messages” – Jelek I


JÖRG WIDMANN
Fantasy for Clarinet solo


LEOš JANÁčEK
Sonata for Piano Nr. 1 es-Moll


HEINZ HOLLIGER
3 Pieces for Bassoon solo (1. und 3.)


EUGÉNE YSAYE
Sonata Nr. 3 for Violin solo d-Moll op. 27,3


 

 

 

INTERPRETEN



Quirine Viersen  ·  Cello



Elisabeth Kufferath  ·  Viola



Andrea Lieberknecht  ·  Flute



Dag Jensen  ·  Bassoon



Volker Jacobsen  ·  Viola



Danae Dörken  ·  Piano



Viola Wilmsen  ·  Oboe



Florian Donderer  ·  Violin



Young Hwan Jung  ·  Piano



Zora Slokar  ·  Horn




Maximilian Hornung  ·  Cello



Kiveli Dörken  ·  Piano




Sindy Mohamed  ·  Viola



Sharon Kam  ·  Clarinet



Lars Vogt  ·  Piano



Theo Plath  ·  Bassoon



Antje Weithaas  ·  Violin


 

 

 Sunday23/6/2019Matinee 11 pm 
 A musical-literary evening

with Konrad Beikircher
and Lars Vogt


"To be a child once more,"
or: 
"In those days all the colors were brighter" 
with piano works by Robert Schumann, Bela Bartók, and Thomas Larcher

How do adults remember their childhood? 
That is the question that will be addressed by actor/comedian Konrad Beikircher, with texts he has selected for this programme or has written himself, and Lars Vogt, who has selected the piano works.
As Konrad Beikircher remarks: "A certain aroma, a sound, the fragment of a tune, an image, a word: when we notice them, all of a sudden we feel as if we were once more three, five, or seven years old. When we can hold on to that moment, we can feel an explosion of happiness inside us. Or it can be fear, or a feeling of comfort, or a memory of when we were playing freely without a care. However: things are not as they were. The life we have lived since then throws its shadow on our recollection: the colors wash out and everything is bathed in the grey colors of memory."
 Sunday23/6/2019INAUGURAL CONCERT 
7 pm 
 

ROBERT SCHUMANN
Kinderszenen op. 15 

Lars Vogt  ·  Piano


BOHUSLAV MARTINŮ
Variations on a Slovakian Theme

Danae Dörken  ·  Piano
Quirine Viersen  ·  Cello


LEO SMIT
Sextet for Wind Instruments, Horn and Piano

Andrea Lieberknecht  ·  Flute 
Viola Wilmsen  ·  Oboe  
Sharon Kam  ·  Clarinet
Dag Jensen  ·  Bassoon  
Zora Slokar  ·  Horn
Kiveli Dörken  ·  Piano 


DAVE MARIC
„Run Chime“ for String Quartet and Percussion

Antje Weithaas  ·  Violin
Florian Donderer  ·  Violin  
Volker Jacobsen  ·  Viola
Maximilian Hornung  ·  Cello  
Hans Kristian Kjos Sörensen  ·  Percussion 


SERGEI TANEYEV
Piano Quintet in G Minor, Op. 30

Young Hwan Jung  ·  Piano  
Antje Weithaas  ·  Violin
Florian Donderer  ·  Violin
Volker Jacobsen  ·  Viola
Maximilian Hornung  ·  Cello

 Monday24/69/20198 pm 
 

VOLKER DAVID KIRCHNER
“Exil” for Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano

Sharon Kam  ·  Clarinet 
Florian Donderer  ·  Violin  
Quirine Viersen  ·  Cello
Danae Dörken  ·  Piano 


LUCIANO BERIO
„Naturale“
Su melodie siciliane / On Sicilian Melodies
for Viola, Percussion and Recorded Voice

Elisabeth Kufferath  ·  Viola  
Hans Kristian Kjos Sörensen  ·  Percussion 


MAX BRUCH
String Quintett in E flat Major, op. posth.   

Isabelle Faust  ·  Violin  
Florian Donderer  ·  Violin 
Elisabeth Kufferath  ·  Viola  
Sindy Mohamed  ·  Viola
Maximilian Hornung  ·  Cello 


ROBERT SCHUMANN
Piano Quintet in E flat Major, Op. 44

Lars Vogt  ·  Piano 
Antje Weithaas  ·  Violin  
Sarah Christian  ·  Violin 
Florian Donderer  ·  Viola  
Quirine Viersen  ·  Cello

 Tuesday25/6/20198 pm 
 

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
Piano Trio in E flat Major, Op. 70 No. 2

Enrico Pace  ·  Piano 
Florian Donderer  ·  Violin  
Tanja Tetzlaff  ·  Cello 


 
JOSEPH RHEINBERGER
Nonet in E flat Major, Op. 139


Antje Weithaas  ·  Violin
Elisabeth Kufferath  ·  Viola  
Quirine Viersen  ·  Cello
Charles DeRamus  ·  Double Bass    
Andrea Lieberknecht  ·  Flute
Viola Wilmsen  ·  Oboe  
Nicola Jürgensen  ·  Clarinet 
Zora Slokar  ·  Horn
Dag Jensen  ·  Bassoon



ALBAN BERG
Adagio for Violin, Clarinet and Piano   


Isabelle Faust  ·  Violin 
Sharon Kam  ·  Clarinet  
Kiveli Dörken  ·  Piano 


 
FRANZ SCHUBERT
String Quartet in D MinorD 810    –  The Death and the Maiden


Sarah Christian  ·  Violin
Anna Reszniak  ·  Violin  
Elisabeth Kufferath  ·  Viola
Maximilian Hornung  ·  Cello

 Wednesday26/6/20198 pm 
 
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
Symphonie in D Major No. 38, K. 504
"Prague"
Arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel 


Danae Dörken  ·  Piano  
Andrea Lieberknecht  ·  Flute
Antje Weithaas  ·  Violin  
Julian Steckel  ·  Cello



FERDINAND RIES
Octet in A flat Major, Op. 128


Sarah Christian  ·  Violin  
Sindy Mohamed  ·  Viola
Julian Steckel  ·  Cello  
Charles DeRamus  ·  Double Bass 
Nicola Jürgensen  ·  Clarinet  
Theo Plath  ·  Bassoon 
Kristian Katzenberg  ·  Horn  
Kiveli Dörken  ·  Piano 



BOHUSLAV MARTINŮ
Sextet for Wind Quintet and Piano


Andrea Lieberknecht  ·  Flute
Céline Moinet   ·  Oboe  
Nicola Jürgensen  ·  Clarinet  
Dag Jensen  ·  Bassoon 
Theo Plath  ·  Bassoon  
Enrico Pace  ·  Piano



LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
String Quintet in C Minor, Op. 104


Isabelle Faust  ·  Violin
Katharine Gowers  ·  Violin  
Yura Lee  ·  Viola  
Sindy Mohamed  ·  Viola  
Julian Steckel  ·  Cello

 

 Thursday27/6/20198 pm 
 

ARNOLD SCHÖNBERG
Chamber Symphonie No. 1 in E Major, Op. 9  
arr. by Anton von Webern  

Andrea Lieberknecht  ·  Flute
Sharon Kam  ·  Clarinet 
Florian Donderer  ·  Violin  
Tanja Tetzlaff  ·  Cello
Enrico Pace  ·  Piano 


 
FELIX MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY
‘A Summernight Dream’     arr. by Andreas N. Tarkmann
Incidental Music, Op. 61 


Andrea Lieberknecht  ·  Flute  
Céline Moinet   ·  Oboe  
Viola Wilmsen  ·  Oboe  
Nicola Jürgensen  ·  Clarinet  
Sharon Kam  ·  Clarinet  
Kristian Katzenberger  ·  Horn  
Zora Slokar  ·  Horn
Theo Plath  ·  Bassoon  
Dag Jensen  ·  Bassoon 
Charles DeRamus  ·  Double Bass



FRANZ SCHUBERT
Die Winterreise D 911 


Julian Prégardien  ·  Tenor
Lars Vogt  ·  Piano

 

 Friday28/6/20197 pm 
 
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
Folksongs (Selection)  


Julian Prégardien  ·  Tenor
Anna Reszniak  ·  Violin
Gustav Rivinius  ·  Cello
Lars Vogt  ·  Piano



MÁTYÁS SEIBER
Serenade for Piano Sextet

Nicola Jürgensen  ·  Clarinet  
Sharon Kam  ·  Clarinet  
Dag Jensen  ·  Bassoon
Theo Plath  ·  Bassoon 
Zora Slokar  ·  Horn
Kristian Katzenberger  ·  Horn



ÉRIC MONTALBETTI
Sonata for Violin solo  

Christian Tetzlaff  ·  Violin



ÉRIC MONTALBETTI                            World Premiere*
“Song of Thanks for the Life in Friendship” à Christian Tetzlaff and Lars Vogt“ 

Christian Tetzlaff  ·  Violin
Alexander Vorontsov  ·  Piano 



JOSEF SUK
Piano Quintet in G Minor, Op. 8

Kiveli Dörken  ·  Piano  
Christian Tetzlaff  ·  Violin 
Florian Donderer  ·  Violin  
Volker Jacobsen  ·  Viola
Tanja Tetzlaff  ·  Cello


*sponsered by our honorary member Dr. Ulrich Rohs – GIF-Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH

 Friday28/6/2019NIGHT CONCERT10.30 pm 
 ENCORE … SURPRISE … Zugabe … #6
 

“Little gems” from our SPANNUNGEN Festival Artists – presenting them in an entirely unaccustomed manner!
An “encore”, in French, literally means “Please! We want to hear some more!”
Our “Encore” format will feature surprises announced by the artists themselves.
In French, the word “surprise” always sounds more refined – after having tasted a delicacy ...
There will be some musical humor, and we will also get to hear pieces that will cause amazement and astonishment …
We look forward to these surprises offered by our fervent Festival virtuosi.

 Saturday29/6/20198 pm 
 

ASTOR PIAZOLLA
Le Grand Tango 

Tanja Tetzlaff  ·  Cello
Lars Vogt  ·  Piano


 
GYÖRGY KURTÁG  
Eight Duos for Violin and Cymbalon, Op. 4  


Christian Tetzlaff  ·  Violin
Hans Kristian Kjos Sörensen  ·  Cymbalon


 
CHARLES IVES
Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano 


Florian Donderer  ·  Violin
Gustav Rivinius  ·  Cello
Kiveli Dörken  ·  Piano 


 
LEOŠ JANÁČEK   
Sonata for Violin and piano


Sarah Christian  ·  Violin
Danae Dörken  ·  Piano


 
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
Serenade No. 12 in C Minor, K. 388      


Céline Moinet   ·  Oboe
Viola Wilmsen  ·  Oboe
Sharon Kam  ·  Clarinet    
Nicola Jürgensen  ·  Clarinet    
Zora Slokar  ·  Horn  
Kristian Katzenberger  ·  Horn
Dag Jensen  ·  Bassoon 
Theo Plath  ·  Bassoon

 Sunday30/6/201911 am 
 
TOSHIRO MAYUZUMI
Bunraku 

Gustav Rivinius  ·  Cello


 
ERNEST JOHN MOERAN
Fantasy Quartet for Oboe, Violin, Viola and Cello  


Viola Wilmsen  ·  Oboe  
Katharine Gowers  ·  Violin  
Volker Jacobsen  ·  Viola
Maximilian Hornung  ·  Cello


 
BENJAMIN BRITTEN
String Quartet No. 2 in C Major, Op. 36      


Sarah Christian  ·  Violin
Yura Lee  ·  Violin  
Sindy Mohamed  ·  Viola  
Maximilian Hornung  ·  Cello 


 
KINAN AZMEH
A Scattered Sketchbook, for Clarinet and Violin


Nicola Jürgensen  ·  Clarinet  
Yura Lee  ·  Violin 


 
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
String Quartet in G Major, K. 387    


Christian Tetzlaff  ·  Violin
Katharine Gowers  ·  Violin  
Volker Jacobsen  ·  Viola  
Gustav Rivinius  ·  Cello

 

 Sunday30/6/20197 pm 
 

JOSEPH HAYDN
Piano Trio No. 39 in G MajorHob. XV/25
Gypsy“ 

Young Hwan Jung  ·  Piano  
Anna Reszniak  ·  Violin  
Gustav Rivinius  ·  Cello


 
ZÓLTAN KODÁLY
Duo for Violin and Cello, Op. 7 


Yura Lee  ·  Violin  
Maximilian Hornung  ·  Cello


 
GYÖRGY KURTÁG
Tre Pezzi for Cymbalon and Clarinet


Hans Kristian Kjos Sörensen  ·  Cymbalon
Sharon Kam  ·  Clarinet


 
JOHANNES BRAHMS
Piano Quartet in G Minor, Op. 25


Lars Vogt  ·  Piano  
Christian Tetzlaff  ·  Violin  
Yura Lee  ·  Viola  
Gustav Rivinius  ·  Cello