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Sun, May 11, 2025, 11.00 am | Elbphilharmonie, Recital Hall

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6th chamber concert

Texts from “Capriccio” by Richard Strauss and Clemens Krauss

Richard Strauss: Sextet for strings from the opera “Capriccio”

Ludwig van Beethoven: String Quartet No. 9 in C major op. 59 No. 3

Toshiro Mayuzumi: Prelude for string quartet

Poems from the “Book of Songs” by Heinrich Heine

Robert Schumann: Poet's Love op. 48 - arrangement for voice and string quartet by Wim ten Have

Mezzo-soprano: Ida Aldrian
Viola: Iris Icellioglu
Violoncello: Merlin Schirmer
Amaris Quartett:
Violin: Hibiki Oshima
Violin: Felix Heckhausen
Viola: Maria Rallo Muguruza
Violoncello: Clara Grünwald

Making music together in the Amaris Quartet is like a refreshing breath for my artistic work in the orchestra. These concerts are undoubtedly the most musically exhilarating moments that I can experience as a musician. They sharpen my hearing and subtly inspire my love of music.
Felix Heckhausen, second violinist

Given the cruelty of the Second World War, Richard Strauss' "Capriccio" seems removed from the world: using the musical means of the late 19th century, the time of the late 18th is described here in the 20th century. In the string sextet with which the action begins, this “rapture” is captured as if in a snapshot. Ludwig van Beethoven's third string quartet was also considered to be incomparably out of time. The “crazy” music, described as “a madman’s patchwork,” was met with incomprehension among the audience. Beethoven consciously sought to confront expectations when he took chamber music out of the living rooms and brought it into the large halls. The music of the Japanese Toshirō Mayuzumi is also permeated by the adventure-seeking desire to experiment: his music oscillates between the traditional style of late romanticism, jazz, early electronic sounds and the musical idioms of Asia. Schumann also took a big leap when he began his “poet love” in 1840. Until then he had only published piano music for ten years. At the moment of emotional emergency, Schumann had just married Clara Wieck, the musical monument of Heinrich Heine's great words and, above all, of great love was created.

Venue: Elbphilharmonie, Recital Hall, Platz der Deutschen Einheit 4, 20457 Hamburg
Prices: € 28,00 / 22,00 / 16,00 / 11,00

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