Chamber music with Berliner Philharmoniker soloists

Kammermusiksaal (photo: Stephan Rabold)

Four soloists from the Berliner Philharmoniker and the pianist Eric Le Sage take us on a foray through the chamber-music repertoire from Viennese Classical to Modern. Along with such famous works as Beethoven’s “Gassenhauer” Piano Trio and Mahler’s lied Rheinlegendchen (arranged for flute and piano), there will also be discoveries – for example, the charming Sicilienne by Mozart’s contemporary Maria Theresia von Paradis and the young Anton Webern’s highly romantic pieces for cello and piano. The climax of the programme comes with its concluding work, Schoenberg’s visionary Chamber Symphony No. 1.

Emmanuel Pahud flute

Wenzel Fuchs clarinet

Daishin Kashimoto violin

Ludwig Quandt cello

Eric Le Sage piano

Joseph Haydn

Trio fôr flute, violin and cello in G major, Hob. IV:3

Alban Berg

Vier Stücke für Klarinette und Klavier op. 5

Maria Theresia von Paradis


Ludwig van Beethoven

Trio in B flat major, op. 11 “Gassenhauer”

Franz Schubert

Sonatensatz in B falt major, D 28

Anton Webern

Zwei Stücke für Violoncello und Klavier

Gustav Mahler

Songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn: Rheinlegendchen (arr. for flute and piano)

Gustav Mahler

Kindertotenlieder: “Oft denkʼ ich, sie sind nur ausgegangen!ˮ (arr. for flute and piano)

Arnold Schoenberg

Kammersymphonie Nr. 1 op. 9 (Bearbeitung von Anton Webern)

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On the sesquicentenary of Schoenberg’s birth