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intonations – 25 April 2020

Concert with Works by Strauss the Younger, Wolf, Schönberg, Schubert, and Bruckner

This event has been cancelled!

The chamber music festival intonations – The Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival is once again a welcome guest at the Jewish Museum Berlin in 2020. Under the direction of Elena Bashkirova, for the ninth time musicians from around the world will celebrate a musical dialog of cultures and their love of chamber music.

This event has been cancelled.

location:

Old Building, ground level, Glass Courtyard

Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

Program

As of 23 Januar 2020 (subject to change)

Johann Strauss the Younger:
Roses from the South Waltz, Op. 388

(arranged for salon ensemble by Arnold Schoenberg)

  • Violin: Kathrin Rabus
  • Violin: Mayumi Kanagawa
  • Viola: Hartmut Rohde
  • Cello: Xenia Janković
  • Harmonium: Heike Gneiting
  • Piano: Elena Bashkirova

Hugo Wolf:
Italian Serenade for String Quartet

  • Violin: Michael Barenboim
  • Violin: Kathrin Rabus
  • Viola: Madeleine Carruzzo
  • Cello: Xenia Janković

Arnold Schoenberg:
Phantasy for Violin and Piano, Op. 47

  • Violin: Michael Barenboim
  • Piano: Elena Bashkirova

Franz Schubert:
String Trio in B-flat major, D 581

  • Violin: Kathrin Rabus
  • Viola: Ort Kam
  • Cello: Frans Helmerson

INTERMISSION

Hugo Wolf:
  • Encounter
  • Brimstone Butterfly in April
  • On an Old Painting
  • Ghosts on Mummelsee
  • Stork-tidings
  • Self-confession
  • Goodbye

  • Baritone: Georg Nigl
  • Piano: Elena Bashkirova

Anton Bruckner:
String Quintet in F major

  • Violin: Michael Barenboim
  • Violin: Kathrin Rabus
  • Viola: Hartmut Rohde
  • Viola: Madeleine Carruzzo
  • Cello: Frans Helmerson

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  • Where Old Building, ground level, Glass Courtyard

    
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

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    Please noteBeginning on 20 April, the Jewish Museum Berlin will be closed for renovation and is only accessible for concerts during the week of the festival. The exhibitions and the museum shop will be closed.