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Tuesday 4 June 2019 | h 20
Wednesday 5 June 2019 | h 20

Altenberg Trio - Alfredo Zamarra

Teatro La Fenice | Sale Apollinee

Tuesday 4 June 2019 | h 20
Wednesday 5 June 2019 | h 20

Altenberg Trio - Alfredo Zamarra

Teatro La Fenice | Sale Apollinee

Interpreti

Altenberg Trio
Christopher Hinterhuber piano
Ziyu He violin

Christoph Stradner cello 

Alfredo Zamarra viola

 

Programme

Richard Strauss (1868-1949)
Quartet in C minor for piano and strings, op. 13 (1885)

Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924)
Quartet no. 2 in G minor for piano and strings, op. 45 (1886)

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Numbered tickets

  • Full price: € 25
  • Reduced: € 15 (over 65, Teatro La Fenice subscription holders)
  • Reduced: € 10 (under 30)

The concert will be preceded by a brief introduction

The Altenberg Trio is a piano trio formed in 1994 in Vienna. It is named after a Viennese poet Peter Altenberg. Since its debut during the Salzburg Mozart Week in 1994, it is one of the few full-time piano trios in Europe.

The ensemble became Trio-in-residence of Vienna's Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde (Musikverein) where it gives an annual series of concerts in the Brahms Saal. Their repertoire encompasses more than 250 piano trios, among them works that were composed for and premiered by the Altenberg Trio, such as Douglas Weiland's First Trio, opus 22 (1995).

In 1999, following the release of their recording of the complete Schumann piano trios, the Trio received the Robert Schumann Award of the City of Zwickau.[3] Their recording of trios of Ives (Piano Trio), Copland and Bernstein (Piano Trio) won the Edison Award in Amsterdam in 2000.

In 2012 Christopher Hinterhuber replaced Claus-Christian Schuster as pianist and Christoph Stradner replaced Alexander Gebert as cellist.

In 2018 Ziyu He replaced founding member Amiram Ganz as violinist.

Ziyu He plays the „Grumiaux“ violin by Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume, made in 1855, Christoph Stradner a cello by Antonio Stradivari, 1680.

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