Chamber music Beethoven-Mozart
Clemente Trio and Nicola Birkhan, viola
Chamber music in a place where machines usually roar, saw blades whistle and hammers fall on rocks. Anything but a concert atmosphere. Far from it! This room has already been tried and tested as a concert hall. The art-loving market town of Essing and a music-loving mayor have converted the workshop of Naturstein GmbH und Co KG in Essing into a very attractive concert hall.
The third concert in the Beethoven anniversary year is a small exception: Ludwig van Beethoven is joined by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. To complete the Triad, the triumvirate of Viennese Classicism, one would have had to add Joseph Haydn, but then Beethoven's jubilee would have been missed out. Yes, it is as simple as that. The "Clemente Trio" expands Nicola Birkhan (viola) into a quartet.
Pearls of chamber music fill the room here. Listen to the sounds of Beethoven's "Gassenhauser Trio" B flat major, op. 11, piano quartet E flat major, op. 16 as well as Mozart's piano quartet G minor, KV 478.
As a special highlight, a fortepiano from Mozart's time will be brought in, even if a modern Steinway would perhaps fit better into the technical landscape.
Johann Christoph Neupert chose the fortepiano built by Anton Walter between 1795 and 1800 as the model for his reconstruction, which is kept in the "Klavierhistorische Sammlung Neupert" in the Germanisches National-Museum in Nuremberg.
23 €, reduced 20 €
Free choice of seats
Purchased concert tickets remain valid. If you are prevented from attending, they can be returned to the advance booking office of the Kelheim Tourist Information, Ludwigsplatz1, 93309 Kelheim.