Dear Friends of the Piano Salon Christophori!
Three upcoming concerts for you – and a special concert on Monday the week after next.
CONCERT # 1
This coming Tuesday, at 20.30 hrs best known as a terrific drummer and founder of the group ‘Metrobop’ Martin Krümmling will present his own trio, nice, easy to listen better and catchy jazz can not be. An absolute must for ‘classic’ jazz lovers!
Ludwig van Beethoven - www.foto-face-com
THE TWO-PIANOS SERIES mit
CONCERT # 2
Li-Chun Su -
Gewinnerin der Porto International Piano Competition
Program - Ludwig van Beethoven
Klavierkonzert No.1 C-Dur Op. 15
Klavierkonzert No.3 c-moll Op. 37
am 2. Klavier: Julia Glaß
Then this coming Friday, 14th October at 2030 hrs Li-Chun Su, well known to the Salon’s audiences will play a new all-Beethoven program.
Li-Chun Su is a pianist and artist who brings virtuosic mastery of the keyboards to an almost spiritual level.
With her the instrument delves into the very meaning to the score –no matter how technically difficult and this has made her concerts well attended and very popular.
CONCERT # 3
Julien Quentin und befreundete Musiker von Weltrang
Sayaka Shoji – Violine
Julien Quentin – Klavier
Debussy Violinsonate g-moll
Brahms Violinsonate Nr. 1 G-Dur op. 78
Schubert Fantasie in C D. 934
On Monday the 17th October also at 2030 hrs Julien Quentin will continue with his series of partnering with chamber ensemble Musica Litoralis, in which he brings chamber music with musicians of international standing to the Salon.
On Monday, then you will be able to hear one of the world’s best violinists, Sayaka Shoji, born in Japan, and grew up in Tuscany, Italy. At 15 years of age was the winner of the Paganini Competition, the world’s most important competition for young violinists.
She consequently signed contracts with DGG / Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft and then performed in concerts around the world .
In a concert to be given in Osaka, in the near future with Julien Quentin as accompanist, she will have the use of one of the great instruments in the world
Sayaka will play one of the most important of the Stradivarius violins – the ‘Recamier’ which used to belong to the French Emperor Napoleon’s. It is the most expensive ever auctioned Stradivarius violin and has been used over the centuries by the best violinists of the world.
As usual you can reserve seats at www.konzertfluegel.com / N_konzerte.html and to cancel them by entering a minus sign before the number of places on re-entry well. There is ample parking directly in front of the salon on the premises of the bank buildings. The entrance is wheel-chair accessible.
jazz on its cool side
Martin Krümmling Trio
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Tags: beethoven Klavierkonzert No.1 C-Dur Op. 15, beethoven Klavierkonzert No.3 c-moll Op. 37, Julia Glaß, Li-Chun Su, Martin Krümmling Trio, MUSICA LITORALIS, Piano Salon Christophori, Sayaka Shoji