Sunday 31.7

11.11 a.m. – VERDO Concert Hall
Javier Comesaña Barrera – Violin
Laura Mota Pello – Piano
Norberto López García – Horn
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Eleven past Eleven

Johannes Brahms (1833–1897): Trio Es-Dur für Horn, Violine und Klavier, op. 40
Manuel de Falla (1876–1946): Suite populaire espagnole für Violine und Klavier (Arr. Paul Kochanski)
Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897–1957): Four pieces from the incidental music for violin and piano aus Much Ado About Nothing op. 11
César Franck (1822–1890): Sonate A-Dur für Violine und Klavier

Two of the major works of romantic chamber music – Brahms’ subtle horn trio and Franck’s exciting violin sonata – frame the tonally fascinating pieces by de Falla and Korngold, both of which definitely deserve to be discovered. Our three musicians are among the young elite in Spain, a country which has emerged in the past two decades as a center of international musical activity. Javier Comesaña Barrera won our festival’s concert prize at the 2021 International Joseph Joachim Violin Competition in Hannover, currently directed by the festival’s own Oliver Wille and Antje Weithaas. Duration: approx. 80 minutes, no interval
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3.03 p.m. – St. Johannis-Church Hitzacker (Elbe), admission free
Three past Three: Lied Academy Master Class with Ian Bostridge

Experience our Lied Academists' lessons with the British star tenor.
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7.07 p.m. – VERDO in the garden area (admission free)
Seven past Seven: Pre-Concert
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8.08 p.m. – VERDO Concert Hall
Kim Kashkashian – Viola
Péter Nagy – Piano
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Eight past Eight

Igor Strawinsky (1882–1971): Suite italienne
Robert Schumann (1810–1856): Fünf Stücke
Lera Auerbach (*1973) Arcanum, Sonate für Viola und Klavier
Carlos López Buchardo (1881–1948): aus Cinco canciones argentinas al estilo popular: 4. Oye mi llanto, Huaynu; 1. Prendiditos de la mano
Carlos Guastavino (1912–2000): Se equivocó la paloma (1941), Abismo de sed (1968, aus 12 canciones populares, n° 7), La rosa y el sauce (1942)

The Boston-based Armenian-American violist and Grammy award winner Kim Kashkashian is an icon among string artists. Together with Peter Nagy, himself a professor of piano in Budapest and Stuttgart, and in a fitting contribution to the “Space-Time”-Schumann spirit of the festival, she examines fairytale images from around the globe. Duration: approx. 75 minutes, no interval

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