Sunday 1.8

Morning – VERDO Concert Hall
Busch Trio – Piano trio
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Piano Trio – Works by Schubert and Smetana

“Character, precision, style and great enthusiasm” are attributed to the Busch Trio. Their shared passion for chamber music and the inspiration of Mathieu van Bellen’s “ex-Adolf Busch” Guadagnini violin brought them together and they have reaped recognition for the “indescribable power of their expression”. Which is exactly what the very personal trios of Schubert and Smetana demand.

Afternoon – Location to be announced (Admission free)
Clemens von Reusner – Composition

In(ter)vention I – Open Air Electroacoustic Work

At the 2019 Festival, there was immensely positive reaction to Clemens von Reusner’s fascinating electroacoustic work “Grenzgang” (Walk along the Border) along and in the Elbe River, transposed by the composer in a performance at the historic department store building in Dömitz. In an open-air concert, the composer plans to set his new acoustic experience inspired by Schubert’s B-flat Major Piano Sonata D 960 (work called KRENE, commissioned by the Festival), using multi-channel speakers, in the natural surroundings of Hitzacker.

Abends – VERDO Konzertsaal
Trio Gaspard – Piano trio
and Friends:
Pablo Hernán Benedí – Viola
Alexander Edelmann – Double Bass
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Foreign Bodies

Elliott Carter (1908–2012): String Trio
Franz Schubert (1797–1828): Quintett A-Dur für Klavier, Violine, Viola, Violoncello und Kontrabass, op. posth 114, D 667, Forellenquintett, 1., 2. und 3. Satz
Wolfgang Rihm (*1952): Fremde Szene III
Franz Schubert: Forellenquintett, 4. Satz
Georg Friedrich Haas (*1953): ins Licht für Violine, Violoncello und Klavier
Franz Schubert: Forellenquintett, 5. Satz

Franz Schubert’s well-loved “Forellenquintett” is sometimes unjustly brushed off as clever musical entertainment, written on a summer holiday where the Steyr River flows into the Enns. But this A Major quintet is packed with centrifugal forces and internal tension, which will be stressed by the Trio Gaspard and the pianist Nicolas Rimmer, a popular guest in Hitzacker, when they implant musically much younger “foreign bodies” into the work.

Evening – VERDO Concert Hall
Maurice Steger – Recorder
Björn Colell – Theorbo und Baroque guitar
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Theorbe and Flute

Works by
Arcangelo Corelli (1653–1713)
Francesco Mancini (1672–1737)
Salomone Rossi (1570–1630)
Marco Uccellini (1603–1680)
Andrea Falconiero (1585–1656)
Giuseppe Sammartini (1695–1750)
Francesco Corbetta (1615–1681)

The fascination of Early Music! The recorder virtuoso Maurice Steger embarks on a Baroque “giro d’italia”, presenting Italian works of the 17th and 18th centuries. Things get especially delightful when he’s joined by specialist Björn Colell with his bass lute, a theorbo with its extended neck and second pegbox, and his finely tuned Baroque guitar.

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