Guy Braunstein, violin Sherniyaz Mussakhan, violin Jana Ozolina, viola Gunta Abele, cello Sebastian Uszynski, cello Oliver Schnyder, piano This year's Gala Concert brings together two of the greatest and most important works of chamber music: the String Quintet by Franz Schubert and the Piano Quintet by Johannes Brahms. No string quintet enjoys such popularity as Schubert's Quintet in C Major. It is a work of epic proportions; the heartfelt melodies and harmonies move us deeply and take us on a journey through the ups and downs of life. The second program section of the evening will be the brilliant and profound Piano Quintet by Johannes Brahms. Since its premiere in 1866, it has been one of Brahms' most popular compositions and is often described as his most important chamber music work. It fascinates with its striking rhythms and powerful sounds and convinces with its deeply romantic expression. We are looking forward to our "special guests": the great violinist Guy Braunstein and the famous Swiss pianist Oliver Schnyder will give us the honor.
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