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Duo concerts with Victoria Wong
Together with Victoria Wong this autumn led us to several concerts in Bonn, Stuttgart and Berlin. The programs included Schubert's A major Duo, Franck's Violin Sonata, Dvorak's Sonatina Op. 100, as well as Saint-Saëns / Ysayes Caprice en Forme de Valse. Below you can find some fotos from a very special concert location in the Classic Center of Mercedes Benz:
© Harry Steininger
Clara Haskil competition
It was a great honor for me to participate at this year's Clara Haskil International Piano Competition in Vevey . Even though the competition wasn't successful for me, I enjoyed my performance a lot and would like to share it. The quarter-finals included Haydn's Sonata in E mino, Beethoven's Sonata Op. 109, as well as Heinz Holliger's "Lebenslinien".
Festival Encuentro de Musica Santander
It was an incredible experience for me to have had the opportunity to participate in this years Festival Encuentro de Musica in Santdaner, Spain. In six concerts within 18 days I was not only allowed to perform as a soloist, but also to make a lot of chamber music with other incredible musicians. The program included Beethoven's variations on "Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen" with Miklós Perényi (cello), Klughardt's "Schilflieder" with Christa Maria Stangorra (viola) and Dominik Wollenweber (oboe), and Beethoven's "Ghost Trio" with Yuriko Takemoto (violin) ) and Sara Gabalawi (cello).
May 21, 2021
Duo concert with Arthur Rusanovksy
Arthur Rusanovsky (violin) and I appeared with an entertaining program on the topic of the devil live in the TONALI Hall in Hamburg. Many thanks to TONALI and the entire crew for this very creative realisation.
May 7, 2021
Beginning at minute 41 you can listen to Brahms 3rd Piano Quartet in C minor, which we performed in a charity concert of the Paul Hindemith Society Berlin.
Many thanks to my dear colleagues: Victoria Wong (violin), Karolina Pawul (viola) and Sebastian Mirow (cello). It was a blast!
Masters exam & Artist Diploma
At the beginning of the year, I played graduation concerts of my master degree.
The recital program included Bach's French Overture, Rachmaninov's 2nd Sonata, and Bartók's "Out of Doors". I am particularly excited that, in addition to the successful graduation exam, I have been also accepted into Artist Diploma program "Konzertexamen" of the University of the Arts Berlin.
The program booklet of my graduation recital can be viewed by clicking on this picture: