Bohemian Evening

Wednesday December 29 | 20:00 hr

This evening we serve you the Bohemian sounds of Dvořák, Brahms and Dohnány. He wrote Dohnányi’s little-performed sextet for piano, strings, clarinet and horn, a wonderful combination in which the multi-colouredness comes to the fore. Dvořák’s Terzetto is for only 3 strings (2 violins and viola) and forms a beautiful, pure counterpart for the intermission. After the intermission, Brahms’ Piano Quintet, referred to by many as ‘the crowning glory of his chamber music’, is heard and that is saying something, since Brahms’ chamber music works have been very popular worldwide for many years. With master pianist Sunwook Kim behind the grand piano and with the phenomenal cellist Pablo Ferrández, the concertmaster of the Berliner and our own Amihai, this will be an unforgettable evening in advance.

E. Dohnányi – Sextet in C (vi, vla, vlc, cl, hn & pi), op. 37 – 31’
A. Dvořák – Terzetto in C, op. 74 (B. 148) – 19’
pauze – 20’
J. Brahms Pianokwintet in f, op. 34 – 42’

Clara-Jumi Kang – violin (Dvořák)
Natalia Lomeiko – violin (Dvořák, Brahms)
Guy Braunstein – violin (Dohnanyi)
Daishin Kashimoto – violin (Brahms)
Sara Férrandez – viola (Dvořák)
Amihai Grosz – viola (Dohnanyi, Brahms)
Zvi Plesser – cello (Dohnanyi)
Pablo Férrandez – cello (Brahms)
Wenzel Fuchs – clarinet (Dohnanyi)
Stefan Dohr – horn (Dohnanyi)
Sunwook Kim – piano (Dohnanyi, Brahms