Hemsing. Müller-Schott. Stadtfeld.
The long-time festival friends Daniel Müller-Schott and Martin Stadtfeld, together with the Norwegian violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing, will form a piano trio on the opening weekend: even Beethoven's Opus 1 was dedicated to the piano trio genre. Far more important, however, is his contribution listed as Opus 70/1, which is nicknamed the »Geistertrio« because of the spooky middle movement. While the German classical composer eventually wrote a total of seven piano trios in several movements, the Norwegian Edward Grieg completed only a single, melancholic and passionate piece for this instrumentation, the Andante con moto. Peter Tchaikovsky, on the other hand, actually rejected piano trios altogether for tonal reasons - and yet created his most valuable chamber music work with the A minor Trio.
Concert with intermission
Podcast in which pianist Martin Stadtfeld talks about his musical development and his connection to the »Frühling«:
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Eldbjørg Hemsing Violin
Daniel Müller-Schott Violoncello
Martin Stadtfeld Piano
Ludwig van Beethoven Klaviertrio D-Dur op. 70/1 Geistertrio
Edvard Grieg Andante con moto c-Moll
Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowsky Klaviertrio a-Moll op. 50