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Odeon Concert: Frühlingsrauschen

About the Event

Experience the exquisite beauty of Munich's Residenz München and be captivated by the mesmerizing architecture as you indulge in a concert that will awaken your appreciation for chamber music. The 2022/23 season brought to the forefront the chamber music works of Paul Ben‐Haim, but this season, our focus shifts to the composer's song oeuvre. Born Paul Frankenburger in Munich in 1897, Ben‐Haim later emigrated to Israel in 1933, where he established himself as a prominent figure in Israel's burgeoning musical landscape. As we commemorate the 40th anniversary of his passing in 2024, each concert will showcase a song cycle by Ben‐Haim, artistically supervised and prepared by the esteemed Prof. Gerold Huber.


Part I
Paul Ben‐Haim: A Star Fell Down nach Matti Katz für Stimme und Klavier (1970)
Lo utsvah da´ati / I can´t Shape
Kochav nafal / A Star Fell Down
Lo bo shemesh / At Sundown
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Frühlingslied Op.62, 6
Akira Nakada: Haru no Uta (Japanische Frühlingslieder)
Christian Sinding: Frühlingsrauschen Op. 32, 3
Alphonse Hasselmans: Chanson de Mai Op.40
Edvard Grieg: An den Frühling Op.43, 6
Sergiu Natra: Music für Violine und Harfe

Part II
Paul Ben‐Haim: Poème for Harp
Paul Hindemith: Sonate für Harfe
P.I. Tschaikowski: Mai (aus: Jahreszeiten op. 37a)
Paul Ben‐Haim: Trio für Flöte, Bratsche und Harfe

Cast / Production

Master Class Students of the University of Music & Performing Arts Munich
Cristina Bianchi Harfe
Heidi Baumgartner Sopran / NN Violoncello / NN Klavier

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