Chamber concert 6

Works of Ewald, Poulenc, Bruckner, Falconieri, Schnyder and Bernstein
  • 09.06.2018 Saturday 15:00 h, Kölner Philharmonie
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Victor Ewald Quintet for two trumpets, French horn, trombone and tuba No. 1 op. 5 (1890)
Francis Poulenc Sonata for French horn, trumpet and trombone (1922, rev. 1945)
Anton Bruckner Aequale in C minor for three trombones WAB 114 and WAB 149 (1847)
Andrea Falconieri Passacalle (1650)
Roger Boutry Trio for three trombones (1932)
Daniel Schnyder Duo Concertante for trombone and tuba (2004)
Leonard Bernstein »Dance Suite« for brass quintet and optional percussion (1990)

Andreas Jakobs Cornet
Simon de Klein Trumpet
Bruno Feldkircher Trumpet
Aaron Außenhofer-Stilz Trombone
Jan Böhme Trombone
Carsten Luz Trombone
Stefan Kühndorf Tuba
Alexander Schubert Percussion

What do the television series Miami Vice, the music channel MTV, and the famous choreographer George Balanchine have in common? The answer can be found in the last work that the great conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein composed in 1989: five homages to five artist friends, affectionate echoes of the waltz, the tango and the two-step and snide criticism of the spirit of the time merge together in the wind miniatures concluding the 2017-18 chamber music concert season – after a walk of discovery through the bright shining world of chamber music for brass instruments.