7 pm & 8 pm Aris Quartet

Joseph Haydn [1732 - 1809]: Streichquartett D-Dur op. 20/4Ludwig van Beethoven [1770 - 1827]: Streichquartett D-Dur op. 20/4Ludwig van Beethoven [1770 - 1827]: Streichquartett F-Dur op. 59/1 "Rasumowsky"

Anna Katharina Wildermuth - Violine

Noëmi Zipperling - Violine

Caspar Vinzens - Viola

Lukas Sieber - Violoncello

The Aris Quartet is undoubtedly one of the young heavenstormers in the concert business. 

The string quartet, founded in Frankfurt am Main in 2009, has already performed on the world's major stages: the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Wigmore Hall London, the Philharmonie Paris, the Musikverein Vienna, the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the BBC Proms and also the San Francisco Chamber Music Society will present the Aris Quartet in the coming seasons.

The four musicians were brought together at an early age on the initiative of chamber music professor Hubert Buchberger - what began as an experiment at the Frankfurt Musikhochschule soon proved to be a stroke of luck. The concise naming of the musicians is spontaneous: ARIS are the four final letters of the four musicians' first names. After studying with Günter Pichler (Alban Berg Quartet) in Madrid, the international breakthrough comes early on with numerous first prizes at renowned music competitions. The Aris Quartet caused quite a stir with the award of the highly endowed Chamber Music Prize of the Jürgen Ponto Foundation and five prizes at the International Music Competition of the ARD in Munich. With the appointment as "New Generation Artists" by the BBC and as "ECHO Rising Stars" by the European Concert Hall Organisation, the Aris Quartet has also received two of the most important international awards, leading to invitations to numerous cultural metropolises.


Augustiner Chorherrenstift Öhningen Kirchhof
Klosterplatz 1
78337 Öhningen

Admission prices

25 € / free choice of seat
Children up to 16 years of age free admission to all concerts of the Höri Musiktage

Ticket information

Tickets also available at the guest offices Öhningen, Gaienhofen, Moos, Buchhandlung am Obertor in Radolfzell


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Travelling to the venue

Parking possibilities are signposted, Höribus to town hall Öhningen (station Öhningen Linde)