© Felix Broede
© Felix Broede
  • Weimarhalle

1st symphony concert

Conducted by Patrick Lange / Soloists: Gernot Süßmuth (violin), Dagmar Spengler (cello), Frank Dupree (piano)

Ludwig van Beethoven Ouvertüre zu »Egmont« op. 84
Ludwig van Beethoven Konzert für Klavier, Violine, Violoncello und Orchester C-Dur op. 56 »Tripelkonzert«
Robert Schumann Sinfonie Nr. 4 d-Moll op. 120

Beethoven's Triple Concerto integrates the established chamber music genre of the piano trio into the orchestral concerto form. For the listener, this creates a sophisticated and delightful mixture of intimate dialogue and sweeping epic. One of Beethoven's favourite themes, the role of the individual in society, as an individual person and yet integrative component, is forcefully made to resound.

Change of programm at short notice

Instead of the announced 5th Symphony by Anton Bruckner, the 4th Symphony by the Romantic composer Robert Schumann will be played on both evenings. Music whose artfully interwoven play of tones and motifs invites you to sink in and enjoy.

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  • Patrick Lange (Dirigent)
  • Gernot Süßmuth (Violine)
  • Dagmar Spengler-Süßmuth (Violoncello)
  • Frank Dupree (Klavier)