Dear friends of music,

It was again a great pleasure to welcome Urte Lucht in our Musikstudio. For this concert she had put together a really exciting program with three generations of Mozart and filled it with music by no less interesting companions of these composers. When Urte Lucht spoke about these composers in her usual lively manner before the performance, the music was given a context that made it all the more vivid, even for listeners who are not experts in the field.

The music was undoubtedly alive. Without effort, the interpreter took us on a journey from the early to the late classical period, which is a very special listening pleasure on the fortepiano. You can read more about this in Fritz Herzog’s article in the General Anzeiger:

Dear friends of music,

Urte Lucht has performed in the Musikstudio several times. First in 2017 with representatives of the Viennese Classic and in 2019 together with the dramaturge Dieter E. Neuhaus, in which they celebrated together with us the 200th anniversary of the great writer August von Kotzebues’s.
Now she is back and she has brought along compositions from three generations of the Mozart family! Starting with Leopold Mozart, the father of Wolfgang Amadeus, we go on this journey through time and meet a few companions along the way. Of course, Wolfgang Amadeus himself and his son Franz Xaver follow. But greats like Joseph Haydn and Ludwig van Beethoven are also represented in this concert and we will also get to know the two composers Josephine von Aurnhammer and Johann Ladislaus Dussek. A sure exciting journey through the world of the classical!

The concert won’t have a break. It is approximately 70 minutes long.

Saturday, 26th of September 2020

5 pm

Blücherstraße 14
53115 Bonn


Leopold Mozart (1719 – 1787)
Sonata in F major
– Molto Allegro
– Andante
– Presto (Andante grazioso)

Josephine von Aurnhammer (1758 – 1820)
6 variations in G major about the aria “I’m the bird catcher”
(from the opera “Die Zauberflöte” by W.A. Mozart)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827)
Rondo moderato grazioso in C major (1796/97)

Franz Xaver Mozart (1791 – 1844)
Polonaise mélancolique in F minor

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827)
Andante grazioso con moto in F major (1803/04)

Johann Ladislaus Dussek (1760 – 1812)
La chasse in F major

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791)
Sonata in A minor KV 310 (1778)
– Allegro maestoso
– Andante cantabile (con espressione)
– Presto

Admission: 30,- €

Urte Lucht plays on a copy of a fortepiano made by Johann Andreas Stein, Augsburg 1787, built by Werner Keil, Schriesheim.

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Urte Lucht

Photographer: Juliane Fuchs

At the age of four, Urte Lucht began to play the harpsichord. As a teenager, she attended master classes for harpsichord, fortepiano and chamber music with Gustav Leonhardt, Jos van Immerseel and Nikolaus Harnoncourt. After studying in Hamburg, Zurich (with Johann Sonnleitner) and Basel at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (with Jesper Christensen), she began her busy concert career both on the harpsichord and the fortepiano. International prizes, radio, television and CD recordings followed.
Urte Lucht performs at major festivals such as Schleswig Holstein Music Festival, Baroque Festival Arolsen, Days of Old Music Regensburg, Lake Constance Festival, European Weeks Passau, Landshut Court Music Days. She has performed with Maria Cristina Kiehr, Simone Kermes, Constanze Backes, Andrea Bischoff, Stefan Fuchs (Ensemble Trazom), Leila Schayegh and Frieder Bernius. In addition to the historically informed performance practice, Urte Lucht has a keen interest in New Music, as evidenced by several premieres and world premieres, including works by Josef Tals and Erhan Sanris. She is often heard on Swiss radio SRF as a subject matter expert in the program “Disco” and is also co-founder of the Ettenheim Music Summer, the renowned concert series for early music in the baroque town of Ettenheim.
Since 2007 Urte Lucht teaches at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe. From 2000 – 2003 she was a lecturer at the International Spring Academy for Early Music in Stift Geras, Austria, and in 2005 taught at the International Summer Courses in Bietigheim Castle.

I’m looking forward to your visit!

Gabriele Paqué

Note on parking!
Parking spots in Bonn-Poppelsdorf, about a 10 minutes walk from the Blücherstraße!

Current exhibition by Wilhelm Frosting
The gallery is open on saturdays between 14 and 18 pm.
After telephonic agreement the gallery can also be visited at other times.
Blücherstr. 14, 53115 Bonn
Phone: 0228-41076755