Monday19.30
Wiener Konzerthaus, Schubert Hall

Orininskiy, Pöchhacker, Bernhart, Bernhart, Günther-Mészáros, Günther / Brahms, P. I. Tchaikovsky

Kammermusik-Fest II
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This season, Johannes Brahms will not only play a leading role in the field of symphony, but will also take centre stage in the second concert of this year’s Kammermusik-Fest, with a presentation of his String Sextet No. 1. The two string sextets by Brahms were the first pieces of pure string chamber music, published by him. Although his publisher was still sceptical at the beginning, the sextets became a great success. Apart from his German Requiem, it was exactly these pieces that helped the young Brahms achieve his breakthrough. While he himself belittled them later as “long, sentimental pieces”, they still fascinate the audience today with their irresistible charming sound and their melodic beauty. Now, the String Sextet No. 1 will be combined with Tchaikovsky’s elegiac String Sextet “Souvenir de Florence”, created in 1890.

Performers

Stefan Pöchhacker 
violin 
Nikolay Orininskiy 
violin 
Roman Bernhart 
viola 
Stephanie Bernhart 
viola 
Michael Günther 
cello 
Zsófia Günther-Mészáros 
cello 

Programme

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20min
Composer: ***
Pjotr Iljitsch Tschaikowski
String Sextet in d minor op. 70 "Souvenir de Florence"
String Sextet in d minor op. 70 "Souvenir de Florence"
1890, rev. 1891/92
10min

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Location

Wiener Konzerthaus
Lothringerstraße 20, 1037 Wien
Wiener Konzerthaus | Schubert Hall

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