JOHANNES FLEISCHMANN's

PROJECTS

 

This season, Johannes Fleischmann boldly treads new paths in chamber music and performs with outstanding musicians and ensembles such as Norman Shetler, Magda Amara, Christopher Hinterhuber, Harriet Krijgh, Hyung-ki Joo and the „NWCS - Neue Wiener Concert Schrammeln“.

 
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PIANO & VIOLIN

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&
CHRISTOPHER HINTERHUBER

 
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PARTNER

Christopher Hinterhuber has won numerous top prizes and honors at the international piano competitions in Leipzig (Bach), Saarbrücken (Bach), Pretoria (Unisa), Zurich (Geza Anda) and Vienna (Beethoven) among others. As “Rising Star” 2002/03, he performed with violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja in the international series at the Carnegie Hall, New York and in all important musical centers in Europe. He regularly gives masterclasses in Japan, Europe and South America and is director of the institute and professor for piano at the University for Music and performing Arts in Vienna.

 

PROGRAM

  •  Ludwig van Beethoven - Violin Sonata No. 5 in F major, Op.24

  • Franz Schubert - D.574, Violin Sonata in A major, Op.162

  • Igor Stravinsky - Divertimento for violin and piano

  •  Franz Schubert - D.574, Violin Sonata in A major, Op.162

  • Fazil Say - Sonata for violin and piano, Op.7

  • Ludwig van Beethoven - Violin Sonata No. 10 in G

 
 

PIANO & VIOLIN

JF/v
&
NORMAN SHETLER

 
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PARTNER

Norman Shetler has built a distinguished career that is all the more remarkable for its excellence and variety in many facets of the arts. Some of the outstanding names with which he has performed both in concert and on recordings are baritones Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and William Warfield, tenor Peter Schreier, violinist Nathan Milstein, cellist Leonard Rose, Heinrich Schiff and the Juilliard Quartet to name but a few. He has held distinguished professorships both at Salzburg‘s famed Mozarteum and the University of Vienna—and this besides being in constant demand in Europe, the United States, and Asia for master classes and musical workshops.

 

PROGRAM

  •  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Violin Sonata No. 18 in G Major, KV 301

  • Johannes Brahms - Violin Sonata No. 2 in A major, op. 100

  • Leoš Janácek - Sonata for violin and piano

  • César Franck - Sonata for violin and piano in A major

 
 

TRADITIONAL VIENNESE MUSIC

NEUE WIENER
CONCERT SCHRAMMELN

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DESCRIPTION

The "Neue Wiener Concert Schrammeln" have been charging Viennese music with a fresh wind. 
The four musicians succeed impressively in joining elegance and Viennese charm to make the sensitive interpretations of original Schrammel music a real pleasure.  The marked musical understanding and the virtuosity of each musician allows the ensemble to make every facette of concert Schrammel music come alive, which earns it a place within the genre of chamber music.

 
 
 

internationally based electro-classical project 

SYMPHONIACS

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