A Grinder
Language is ground in Thomas Kling’s “Ethnomühle”. Here only grain to flour: old grinder in Spain | Picture: Agustín Orduña Castillo / Alamy Stock Foto

Concert information

Musikfest Berlin



A surprisingly different Beethoven enters into a dialogue with a composer who finds the music of the present in historical material, peeling it apart and digging it up, like a forward-looking archaeologist. In the second part of the Isabel Mundry showcase, the Ensemble Resonanz presents the final version of her piece Signaturen, based on the last bar of a Mozart sonata, before Riccardo Minasi conducts the ensemble through an unheard interpretation of Beethoven’s “Eroica”.


Ensemble Resonanz
Peter Rundel conductor
Riccardo Minasi conductor
GrauSchumacher Piano Duo:
Andreas Grau piano
Götz Schumacher piano
Johannes Fischer drums


Isabel Mundry
Signaturen for two pianos, percussion and two string groups

Peter Rundel conductor, Andreas Grau piano, Götz Schumacher piano, Johannes Fischer drums


Isabel Mundry
Depuis le jour (mit Blick auf Sweelinck) for strings and two percussionists

Peter Rundel conductor


Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphony No. 3 in E flat major, op. 55 “Eroica”

Riccardo Minasi conductor

Additional information

An event by Berliner Festspiele / Musikfest BerlinWith the kind support of the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation

Chamber Music Hall