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Sun 14. Mar. 2021, 11.00 am | Elbphilharmonie, Kleiner Saal

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4th Chamber Concert

Dvorák, Nielsen, Schubert

Carl Nielsen: Serenata in vano for Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Cello and Double Bass

Antonín Dvorák: Trio for Two Violins and Viola Op. 74

Franz Schubert: Octet in F major D 803

Clarinet: Patrick Hollich
Bassoon: José Silva
Horn: Jan-Niklas Siebert
Violin: Bogdan Dumitraşcu
Violin: Tuan Cuong Hoang
Viola: Maria Rallo Muguruza
Cello: Yuko Noda
Double Bass: Lukas Lang

The lynchpin of this chamber concert is Beethoven’s Septet – although it will not actually be performed. Schubert built upon it when he composed his Octet, expanding Beethoven’s instrumentation by a second violin. In this way, he meant to "forge his way toward the great symphony". Almost one hundred years later, the Danish composer and conductor Carl Nielsen created his "Serenata in vano", a "serenade in vain" which humorously describes knightly advances and balconies remaining empty, for lack of a beauty to occupy them. As in Schubert’s case, this work was commissioned as a companion for Beethoven’s Septet – and Nielsen found parallels in the special combination of the sound-colours of clarinet, bassoon, horn, cello and double bass. Between these nearly orchestral sonic worlds, there is a heartfelt little work by Dvořák: his Terzetto Op. 74, one of his most lovable works of chamber music for strings only playing in a flowing, etherical high range.

Venue: Elbphilharmonie, Kleiner Saal, Platz der Deutschen Einheit 4, 20457 Hamburg
Prices: € 28,00 / 20,00 / 14,00 / 10,00

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