Vienna music city: Welcome to Vienna
An evening with Johannes Brahms

Friday, 04th December 2020
Gutshaus Stolpe - Pferdestall

Emmanuel Tjeknavorian Violine
Benedict Mitterbauer Viola
Jeremias Fliedl Violoncello
Dominik Wagner Kontrabass
Maximilian Kromer Klavier

06:00 pm
opening program
The musicians invite you to a conversation about the attitude to life in the music city of Vienna with photographs of their favorite places."

SCHUBERT Sonata in A minor in different instrumentation D 821 »Arpeggione« (orig. for Arpeggione)
SCHUBERT Rondo brilliant in B minor for violin and piano op. 70 D 895

07:30 pm concert
BRAHMS Trio in A minor for viola, double bass and piano op. 114 (orig. For clarinet, cello and piano)
BRAHMS Piano Trio No. 3 in C minor, op.101
BRAHMS Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, op.25

Birthplace of the waltz, coffeehouse culture, magnificent concert and opera houses: hardly any other European city has as much culture to offer as Vienna. The metropolis on the Danube is home and place of work for such famous composers and virtuosos as Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms or Schönberg. Brahms friend Theodor Billroth, who was born in Bergen auf Rügen, was “attached to everything that Vienna offers beautiful, great, worth seeing”. On three days, visitors in Stolpe an der Peene and at Ulrichshusen Castle can look forward to a winter excursion to the music city of Vienna. After a prelude with personal insights into the home of the musicians, Festival Prize winners Emmanuel Tjeknavorian and Maximilian Kromer and their musician friends will give works by Johannes Brahms, including u. a. the luxurious trio in A minor for viola, double bass and piano op. 114.

With the kind support of Deutsche Bank Stiftung and Suiker Unie GmbH & Co. KG

Picture credits

Tjeknavorian, Emmanuel 12 (c) Uwe Arens
Fliedl, Jeremias 1 -® Jeremias Fliedl
Mitterbauer, Benedict 1 -®Nathan Mitterbauer
Kromer, Maximilian 10 (c) Andrej Grilc
Wagner, Dominik 1 -®Wiener Konzerthaus_Julia Wesely