Dear music lovers,

It is always a pleasure to welcome fortepianist Urte Lucht to the Musikstudio. This time she will be performing together with cellist Dimitri Dichtiar with a programme centred around Beethoven and his contemporaries.

Urte Lucht

Urte Lucht began playing the harpsichord at the age of four. As a teenager, she attended masterclasses 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 on both the harpsichord and the fortepiano.

International prizes, radio, television and CD recordings followed.

Urte Lucht performs at major festivals such as the Schleswig Holstein Music Festival, Arolsen Baroque Festival, Tage Alter Musik Regensburg, Lake Constance Festival, European Weeks Passau and 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, among others. In addition to historically informed performance practice, she has a great interest in new music, as evidenced by numerous premieres and first performances, including works by Josef Tal and Erhan Sanri.
She can often be heard on Swiss radio SRF as a specialist expert in the programme “Diskothek” and is also a co-founder of the Ettenheimer Musiksommer, the renowned concert series for early music in the baroque town of Ettenheim.

From 2000 – 2003 she was a lecturer at the International Spring Academy for Early Music in Geras Abbey/Austria and taught at the International Summer Courses in Bietigheim Castle in 2005. Urte Lucht has been teaching at the Karlsruhe State University of Music since 2007.

Dimitri Dichtiar

was born in Moscow. He attended the Moscow Conservatory as a child and then studied in Moscow, Detmold and Karlsruhe, graduating with honours in each case. He studied baroque cello with Christoph Coin at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. Boris Pergamenschikow, Anner Bylsma, Phoebe Carrai and Rainer Zipperling were his other teachers at masterclasses.

Dimitri Dichtiar’s intensive involvement with early music from a wide range of stylistic periods has led him to work with many renowned ensembles such as the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Anima Eterna, Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Ensemble Café Zimmermann, Hofkapelle München and the Deutsche Händel-Solisten.

He has performed as a soloist and chamber music partner at the Göttingen Handel Festival, the Leipzig Bach Festival, the Festival van Vlaanderen Brugge, the Ludwigsburg Castle Festival and other festivals in Utrecht, Moscow and Korea.

Dimitri Dichtiar teaches baroque cello and historical performance practice at the University of Music in Karlsruhe.

Saturday, 04 May 2024

17:00 h

Musikstudio & Galerie: Gabriele Paqué
Blücherstraße 14
53115 Bonn


Admission: 30,- €

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Luigi Boccherini (1743 – 1805)
Sonata in A major for violoncello and basso

Adagio – Allegro – Affetuoso

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827)
Seven variations on the theme “For men who feel love”
from the opera “The Magic Flute” for pianoforte and violoncello

Helene Liebmann (1795 – 1869)
Grande Sonata in B flat major for pianoforte and violoncello

Allegro – Adagio ma non troppo – Andante con Variation


Muzio Clementi (1752 – 1832)
Sonata in B flat major for pianoforte solo

Allegro con brio – Andante quasi Allegretto – Allegro assai

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827)
Sonata in F major for pianoforte and violoncello

Adagio sostenuto – Allegro – Rondo (Allegro vivace)

We’re looking forward to your visit!

Gabriele Paqué


08.06.2024 – CONCERT: Myriam Barbaux-Cohen (piano) presents works by M. Bonis, G. Tailleferre, C. Chaminade, G. Chebotarian, E. Guebrou and M. Davitashvili.

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

Current exhibition: Makrine Tkebuchava, Priest Andria Natsvlishvili, Mikhael Makharadze and Natia Beqauri present “Georgian Art and Painting”
The gallery is open on Saturdays from 2 – 6 pm.
By appointment, the exhibition can also be visited at other times.
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