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Boriso-Glebsky / Hakhnazaryan / Tchaidze © Neda Navaee

Boriso-Glebsky / Hakhnazaryan / Tchaidze

Wednesday 5 June 2024
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Nikita Boriso-Glebsky, Violine

Narek Hakhnazaryan, Violoncello

Georgy Tchaidze, Klavier

Programme

Ernest Bloch

Drei Nocturnes für Klaviertrio (1924)

Mieczysław Weinberg

Klaviertrio op. 24 (1945)

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Josef Suk

Elegie Des-Dur op. 23 »Pod dojmem Zeyerova Vyšehradu / Unter dem Eindruck von Zeyers Vyšehrad« (Fassung für Klaviertrio) (1902)

Antonín Dvořák

Klaviertrio e-moll op. 90 »Dumky-Trio« (1890–1891)

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Antonín Dvořák

Humoreske Ges-Dur op. 101/7 (Bearbeitung für Klaviertrio: Gayane Hakhnazaryan) (1894)

Note

Ersatztermin für den 29. April 2024

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Links http://boriso-glebsky.info
http://georgytchaidze.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Friendships

A fine network of friendships and a preoccupation with his own origins form the extra-musical points of reference for this concerto. Together with Smetana, Dvořák established a specifically »Czech type« of the genre, particularly with the Piano Trios op. 65 and op. 90, which influenced the work of his son-in-law Josef Suk, among others. Suk's Elegy op. 23 was composed in memory of his friend Julius Zeyer and with reference to his poetry cycle »Vyšehrad«. Expelled from Poland by the National Socialists, Weinberg found a new home in Moscow and a friend and patron in Shostakovich. In his Trio op. 24 from 1945, he quotes from Shostakovich's Trio op. 67, with which he reacted to the persecution of the Jewish population in the USSR. Bloch, who was also Jewish and had already emigrated to the USA in 1924, dealt intensively with his religion, his Swiss origins and his new homeland in his works.
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