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Fröst / Tamestit / Wosner

Saturday 12 November 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Martin Fröst, Klarinette

Antoine Tamestit, Viola

Shai Wosner, Klavier

Programme

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Klaviertrio Es-Dur K 498 »Kegelstatt-Trio« (1786)

Gabriel Fauré

Klaviertrio d-moll op. 120 (Bearbeitung für Klarinette, Viola und Klavier: Shai Wosner) (1922–1923)

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Johannes Brahms

Zwei Gesänge op. 91 (Bearbeitung für Klarinette, Viola und Klavier) (1864)

Trio a-moll op. 114 für Klarinette, Violoncello und Klavier (Bearbeitung für Klarinette, Viola und Klavier: Shai Wosner) (1891)

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Zugabe:

Robert Schumann

3. Satz: Ruhiges Tempo, mit zartem Ausdruck (Märchenerzählungen op. 132) (1854)

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Links https://www.martinfrost.se
https://www.antoinetamestit.com
https://www.shaiwosner.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Original and approach

The Swedish clarinettist Martin Fröst, the French violist Antoine Tamestit and the Israeli pianist Shai Wosner are internationally highly successful soloists who are always happy to appear as chamber musicians. In both capacities they have also been frequent guests at the Vienna Konzerthaus - Martin Fröst most recently with solo concertos by Aaron Copland, Carl Maria von Weber and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Antoine Tamestit with those by Jörg Widmann and William Walton. The program is similarly diverse when the three virtuosos now join forces for an evening of chamber music: Mozart's "Kegelstatt Trio" is the first and at the same time most famous original work for clarinet, viola and piano in music history. Johannes Brahms' enchanting clarinet trio, on the other hand, actually calls for a violoncello instead of the viola, and Gabriel Fauré originally planned his only piano trio for the same instrumentation. The evening's pianist, Shai Wosner, who also studied composition in his younger years, is responsible for the approximation of Fauré's initial idea.

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