A performance that celebrates the Bauhaus centennial by shedding light on the unknown musical dimension of the famous German art and design school. A concert that traces back the repertoire up to the early 20th century through works of composers connected to the Bauhaus by means of music, performed by members of the Deutsche Symphony Orchestra.
CLEMENS LINDER | Violin
ADELE BITTER| Cello
HOLGER GROSCHOPP | Piano
Baabdath | Maronite Parish Hall 8:00 pm
J. S. BACH (1685 – 1750)
Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue BWV 903, transcribed for cello and pianoforte by F. Busoni Fantasia Fugue
A. SCHOENBERG (1874 – 1951)
Piece in D minor for violin & piano Fantasy for violin with piano accompaniment Op. 47 Scherzando Poco traquillo Scherzando Meno mosso Tempo I
S. RACHMANINOFF (1873 – 1943)
‘Trio élégiaque’ No. 1 in G Minor for violin, cello and piano
L. FEININGER (1871 – 1956)
Fugue I in E-flat Minor for piano Fugue III ‘Gigue’ in G Major for piano
F. BUSONI (1866 – 1924)
Two Short Pieces for the Cultivation of Polyphonic Playing for piano
H. EISLER (1898 – 1952)
Duo for violin and cello Op. 7, No. 1
L. VAN BEETHOVEN (1770 – 1827)
Trio No. 4 for violin, cello and piano Op. 70, No. 1 in D major (‘Ghost’)
Allegro vivace e con brio
Largo assai ed espressivo
Clemens Linder (Violin)
Clemens Linder was born in Austria and began playing the violin at the age of nine. He studied with Maria Kikel, Klara Flieder and Ernst Kovacic at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. After graduating with distinction he moved to Berlin where he holds the position of the assistant principal of the second violins of the Deutsches Symphony Orchestra Berlin.
Adele Bitter (Cello)
Adele Bitter was born in Berlin, where she absorbed vital musical influences as a child and began playing cello at an early age. After several years of study with Katharina Maechler and Dietmar Schwalke (now in the Berliner Philharmoniker), she joined the class of Prof. Gerhard Mantel at the Frankfurt Conservatory.
Holger Groschopp (Piano)
Holger Groschopp was born in Berlin and pursued his piano studies in his hometown with Georg Sava. In addition he studied composition with Isang Yun and song interpretation with Aribert Reimann and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. His extensive solo career has taken him to most European countries, the Middle and Far East and North and Central America.