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Sun, Sep. 11, 2022, 11.00 am | Elbphilharmonie, Recital Hall

1st Chamber Concert

Blumer, Suk, Labor

Theodor Blumer: String trio, Op. 55

Josef Suk: Piano quartet in A Minor, Op. 1

Josef Labor: Piano quintet in E Minor, Op. 3

Violin: Konradin Seitzer
Viola: Sangyoon Lee
Cello: Ryuichi Rainer Suzuki
Double bass: Lukas Lang
Piano: Volker Krafft

Presenting unfamiliar jewels of the chamber music repertoire and introducing them to a broader audience is an important part of the Philharmonic’s mission. As part of such “excavations”, the First Chamber Music Concert of the season focuses on three composers extremely rarely heard in concert today: Josef Suk, a student and son-in-law of Antonín Dvořák, was a violinist and composer who was central to Czech music in the early 20th century. The Piano Quintet by the late romantic composer Josef Labor, who was blind and is known today mainly as the teacher of Alma Mahler and others, is reminiscent of Brahms or even Schumann. The programme is rounded out by Theodor Blumer’s String Trio Op. 55.

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

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