Visitors will experience the unusual interplay of TrioPlus with the double bass player Botond Kostyák. "A noble gentleman in the spotlight" - masterfully presented by Botond Kostyák with his double bass! What variety! Plucked or bowed. From fundamental bass accompaniment and rhythmic conciseness to indulgent solo melodies and dizzying virtuosity in the highest registers - this is how he comes into his own in the most diverse musical styles and formations. With the String Trio op. 8 by the young Beethoven, a small miracle of ingenuity is heard. Orchestral fullness of chords, guitar-like pizzicato, magnificent violin melodies - a serenade for the three instruments, violin, viola and violoncello could hardly have been written more sonorous and colorful.
Parallel to the concert music store for children:
Each concert is accompanied by a music workshop for children, allowing families to attend the concert together. The children hear the beginning of the concert and thus experience the sound world of chamber music. Afterwards, the music workshop gives them a playful approach to music and instruments. The adults then enjoy the continuation of the concert. The workshop is for children from 4 - 12 years.
Teppo Hauta-aho (1941-2021).
Cadenza for double bass solo
Justus Johann Friedrich Dotzauer (1783-1860)
Andantino with variations op. 15/1 on "Là ci darem la mano" from Mozart's Don Giovanni for violoncello and double bass
Johann Michael Haydn (1737-1806)
Divertimento C major, MH 27 for violin, violoncello and double bass
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Serenade in D major for string trio, op. 8
Hoagy Carmichael (1899-1981)
"Georgia on my mind", jazz medley for string trio and double bass (arrangement Emeric Kostyák)
Emilie Haudenschild, violin
Alexander Besa, viola
Emeric Kostyák, violoncello
With Botond Kostyák, double bass
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