It should not be difficult for the ladies of the Trio Catch to »grab« their audience with this program, since they have the famous clarinet trio by Brahms with them. According to a friend of the German Romantic, it is »as if the instruments loved each other«. No wonder, since the late Brahms himself had become infatuated with the melancholy tone of the clarinet. Louise Farrenc, the world's first woman to hold a music chair and an esteemed piano professor, allows the three instruments to revel in classical romanticism in her trio. The Moscow-born Swiss Paul Juon contributes poetic miniatures.
Boglárka Pecze talks to Jörg Tröger about the Trio Catch and the concert program (in German):
Concert with intermission
In cooperation with the University of Heidelberg
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Boglárka Pecze Clarinet
Eva Boesch Violoncello
Sun-Young Nam Piano
John Bull/ Márton Illés In Nomine VI
Louise Farrenc Trio Es-Dur op. 44
Paul Juon Trio Miniaturen op. 18 und op. 24 (Auszug)
Johannes Brahms Klarinettentrio a-Moll op. 114