Fri 19. Feb. 2021, 7.30 pm | resonanzraum
Lecture by Dr. Annalisa Pillepich, research group leader at the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg
Joseph Haydn: Trio for Clarinet, Violin and Cello, Hob. IV:B1
Ingolf Dahl: Concerto a tre for Clarinet, Violin and Cello
Krzysztof Penderecki: Quartet for Clarinet and String Trio
Bogdan Dumitraşcu received his first violin lessons at the age of 7 from Natalia Epure in his hometown of Iași, Romania. Every year he was among the first prize-winners in the national competitions and appeared in numerous recitals on Romanian radio and television shows. Starting in 1996, Bogdan Dumitraşcu studied with Petru Munteanu at the Rostock Music Academy; in 2003 he graduated with honours. He attended international master courses with Igor Ozim, Ștefan Gheorghiu, Lewis Kaplan, Sherban Lupu and Eduard Grach. He is the winner of several international competitions, including “Cittá di Stresa” in Italy in 1987, “Eugeniu Coca” in Moldova in 1995, and at Schöntal Abbey in Germany in 1997. Since 2002 Bogdan Dumitraşcu has been a regular member of the first violin section of the Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra; in 2013 he was appointed assistant section leader. Since 2009 he has also been a member of the Bayreuth Festival Orchestra. Next to his orchestral work, Bogdan Dumitraşcu is also a sought-after chamber musician, appearing regularly with the Pierrot String Trio.
Members of the Philharmonic State Orchestra have chosen chamber music by Joseph Haydn, Krzysztof Penderecki and Ingolf Dahl to complement a lecture by Annalisa Pillepich from the Max Planck Institute of Astronomy. Evolution, cosmic structures, galactic clusters and dark energy are just some of the topics featured. For the first time, the series "Music and Science" takes place in a club atmosphere: at resonanzraum, located at the Feldstraße bunker. Musically, the audience can look forward to a broad range of early and new music, made particularly attractive by the juxtaposition of the two.
Venue: resonanzraum, Feldstraße 66, 20359 Hamburg
Prices: € 28,00 / 10,00
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