1. CURTAIN UP
Cucumber | Dill | Gin | Tonic | Wasabi | Sesame
2. THE SECOND VIOLIN
Wild garlic cream
Scallop | Kataifi | Blood orange
3. THE ORCHESTRA
Beef fillet Caprese
Potato Tomato Mousseline | Basil Pistou | Pine nuts | Mozzarella cream
Black tea rhababer | Woodruff | Raspberry
P R O G R A M
4.30 pm Reception
5:00 pm Concert in the music room
Sergej Rachmaninoff - Trio élégiaque in G minor N.1
Johannes Brahms - Klaviertrio in B major Op. 8
6:00 pm Dinner in the Restaurant
Arne-Christian Pelz, in his rousing style of play, unites deeply felt emotionality with skipping musicianship. After early honors and prizes at international competitions, Recital and solo concerts took him to important concert halls such as the Berlin Philharmonic, the Leipzig Gewandhaus, the Hamburg Laeiszhalle and the Konzerthaus Berlin, as well as through Europe and the USA. Arne-Christian Pelz is the first principal cellist of the Deutsche Oper Berlin and also teaching at the Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” Berlin.
Photographer: Arne Hornemann
At the age of 9, Andreas Feldmann was admitted to the early violin class at the Musikhochschule Würzburg, where he received lessons from Dan Talpan and Prof. von der Goltz. Andreas Feldmann has been a permanent member of the Konzerthausorchester Berlin since 2018.
As co-founder of the "Ensemble 2012" and the "Russian-German Music Academy" (musical director Valery Gergiev), who works for the cultural exchange between Russia and Germany, he regularly performs in symphonic and chamber music ensembles in important concert halls of both countries.
Natalia Pegarkova, a member of the Hanseatic Piano Trio was trained at the Moscow Gnessin College and at the Rostock Academy of Music and Theater. She is a laureate of various international competitions and has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in numerous countries in Europe and Asia.
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