9.09 – 10.10 a.m. – St. Johannis Church Hitzacker (Elbe), admission free
Nine Past Nine: Everyman’s Choir with Alexander Lüken, choir director
Is there a better way to begin the day than with inspiring choir singing under the direction of Alexander Lüken? Everyman's Choir has for years been an informal meeting place for Festival audiences and local music enthusiasts.
11.11 a.m. – St. Johannis Church Hitzacker (Elbe)
Fluss Quartet – String Quartet
Eden Quartet – String Quartet
Eleven past Eleven: Quartet-Academy III Masterclass with Jörg Widmann
07.07 p.m. – VERDO Gardens, admission free
Seven Past Seven: Pre-Concert Quartet Academy
08.08 p.m. – VERDO Concert Hall
Atos Trio – Piano trio
Eight Past Eight
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791): Klaviertrio C-Dur KV 548
Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897–1957): Klaviertrio op. 1
Ernst Krenek (1900–1991): Triophantasie für Klaviertrio op. 63
Fritz Kreisler (1875–1962): Kleiner Wiener Marsch; Danny Boy; The Old Refrain etc.
The Atos Trio is perfect for the Summer Festival. Because its members are superb interpreters of Mozart's music. And because they are never content to play the standard repertoire. So this time, three K's hold our attention: Korngold, Krenek and Kreisler. The Atos Trio was founded in 2003 in Berlin by Annette von Hehn (violin), Stefan Heinemeyer (cello) and Thomas Hoppe (piano) and is considered one of the best of its genre. Following their studies with (among others) Ilan Gronich, Menahem Pressler and the Alban Berg Quartet, the trio won prestigious international and national competitions, launching an international career.