1. Concert

LUXMOZART

Monday 20 September 2021 ◆ 7.30 PM
Konservatorium ◆ Bern


WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 1756-1791

Fragment K. Anh. 66 (562e) for string trio,
for string orchestra by Thomas Zehetmair (2021) world premiere

BENJAMIN BRITTEN 1913-1976

Double concerto for violin, viola and orchestra in B flat minor (1932), version for soloists and string orchestra by Colin Matthews (2020) Swiss premiere

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 1756-1791

Divertimento for String Trio in E flat major K. 563 (1788)

 


SWISS CHAMBER SOLOISTS & CAMERATA
Thomas Zehetmair violin
Ruth Killius viola
Daniel Haefliger violoncello

2. Concert

LUXVERESS

Wednesday 23 March 2022 ◆ 7.30 PM
Konservatorium ◆ Bern



JEAN SEBASTIEN BACH 1685-1750

Prelude and Fugue BWV 883 and 858 arranged for string trio by Daniel Haefliger

ALFRED SCHNITTKE 1934-1988

String Trio (1985)

SÁNDOR VERESS 1907-1992

String Trio (1954)

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN 1770-1827

String Trio in G major op. 9 No. 1 (1798)


SWISS CHAMBER SOLOISTS
Ilya Gringolts Violin
Lawrence Power Viola
Daniel Haefliger Violoncello

3. Concert

LUXCPEBACH

Saturday 23 April 2022 ◆ 7.30 PM
Konservatorium ◆ Bern


CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH 1714-1788

Quartet for flute, viola, basso continuo and fortepiano No. 3 in G major Wq 95 (1788)
Quartet for flute, viola, basso continuo and fortepiano No. 1 in A minor Wq 93 (1788)

PHILIPPE RACINE *1958

Automne for soprano, flute, viola and double bass (2020/21) world premiere
L’humeur vagabonde for flute and double bass (2009/10)

GYÖRGY KURTÁG *1926

Einige Sätze aus den Sudelbüchern Georg Christoph Lichtenbergs for soprano and double bass op. 37a (1996-1999)

JOSEPH HAYDN 1732-1809

Variationen in f minor for fortepiano Hob. XVII:6 (1793)


SWISS CHAMBER SOLOISTS
Sophie Klussmann Soprano
Felix Renggli Flute
Jürg Dähler Viola
Sophie Lücke Double bass
Johannes Berger Fortepiano