Overture: Evening Concert
Eberle. La Marca. Viersen. Yalniz. Wang

Chamber music is always only as refined as those who perform it together. Saturday evening is an opportunity to hear the excellent musicians* of the weekend individually – in character pieces and intimate miniatures, whose poetic moods and virtuoso energies are concentrated in a very confined space. The repertoire ranges from the lyricism of the Schumann couple to the heated late Romanticism of the just 17-year-old Dmitri Shostakovich to the expressionism of Béla Bartók in his First Rhapsody, which is completely filled with Hungarian flavors.

The concert is part of the festival kick-off "Overture", which will take place between February 16 and 18 at Hotel Der Europäische Hof Heidelberg, the artist hotel of Heidelberger Frühling.

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Concert without intermission

Veronika Eberle


Adrien La Marca


Quirine Viersen


Mert Yalniz


Dongping Wang


Robert Schumann
Adagio and Allegro op. 70, version for viola and piano

Johannes Brahms
Selection of songs arranged for viola and piano
"Your blue eye " op. 59/8"
"O if only I knew the way back" op.63/8

Clara Schumann
Romances op. 22, version for violoncello and piano

Béla Bartók
First Rhapsody for violin and piano, Sz. 86

Rebecca Clarke
Dumka for violin, viola and piano

Johannes Brahms
"Souvenir de la Russie" (selection from the Six Fantasies for piano four hands
2nd Chansonette de Titoff after The Branch by Nikolai Alekseevich Titov
4th Le Rossignol after The Nightingale by Aleksandr Alyabyev
5. chant Bohémien after a Bohemian folksong The Plait (Коса)

Dmitri Shostakovich
Piano Trio No. 1 in C minor op. 8

A cooperation of the Heidelberger Frühling with the artists' hotel