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Kopatchinskaja Patricia © Marco Borggreve

Kopatchinskaja / Bieri / Leschenko

Saturday 23 September 2023
19:30
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Violine

Reto Bieri, Klarinette

Polina Leschenko, Klavier

Programme

George Enescu

1. Satz: Ménétrier (Impressions d'enfance op. 28 für Violine und Klavier) (1940)

Sonate Nr. 3 a-moll op. 25 für Violine und Klavier »Dans le caractère populaire roumain« (1926)

Francis Poulenc

Auswahl (L'invitation au château S 138) (1947)

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PatKop

Ghiribizzi. Duos für Violine und Klarinette (2021)

Béla Bartók

Kontraste Sz 111 für Klarinette, Violine und Klavier (1938–1939)

Darius Milhaud

3. Satz: Jeu (Suite op. 157b für Violine, Klarinette und Klavier) (1936)

Paul Schoenfield

Trio für Klarinette, Violine und Klavier (1990)

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Francis Poulenc

Walzer (L'invitation au château S 138) (1947)

Note

Dieser Abend ist dem Andenken an Ernst Haupt-Stummer gewidmet.

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https://www.retobieri.ch

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Hurray for diversity!

To kick off her portrait series, Patricia Kopatchinskaja will be joined by her longtime artistic partners Reto Bieri and Polina Leschenko. The imaginative violinist, who is the youngest honorary member of the Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft, presents a tailor-made program with a personal touch, combining excerpts from her own composition »Ghiribizzi« with works of classical modernism. Thus, two works from the pen of George Enescu, which awaken memories of her homeland and childhood in Patricia Kopatchinskaja, will be heard, as well as Bartók's »Contrasts«, bursting with inventiveness, or Milhaud's cheerfully idyllic Suite op. 157b. For the finale, the musicians will perform Paul Schoenfield's Clarinet Trio, composed in 1990, for the first time at the Vienna Konzerthaus, allowing Hasidic melodies to float through the Mozart Hall.
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