Photos: Donovan Wyrsch (left) and private (right)
We are very pleased to welcome the two musicians Stefanie Oßwald (recorder) and Harald Hoeren (harpsichord) to the Musikstudio! The two have prepared a great program, about which they tell us the following:
Musical Souvenirs of the Baroque
With their musical program Harald Hoeren/Harpsichord and Stefanie Oβwald/Recorders invite you to a journey through two centuries of European music history and let you hear works of French, English, Italian and German masters of the 17th and 18th century on historical instruments.
In addition to works by J. S. Bach and G. F. Handel, there will also be pieces by the lesser-known composers Ignazio Sieber, Anne Danican Philidor, Jakob van Eyck and John Playford. Performed by these two experienced and renowned musicians, the concert promises to be a real treat!
Saturday, 08th October 2022
Musikstudio & Galerie: Gabriele Paqué
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Admission: 30,- €
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Anne Danican Philidor (1681-1728)
Sonata d-moll for Recorder
from : Premiére Livre de Pieces pour la Flûte avec la basse continuë
Lentement-Fugue-Courante-les notes égales et détachez-Fugue
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Sonata in C major BWV 1033
Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759)
Suite in D minor HWV 437 for harpsichord solo
Prelude – Allmand – Corrant – Saraband – Jigg
Ignazio Sieber (ca. 1700-1757)
Sonata VIII g minor
Preludio Largo-Corrente Allegro- Sarabanda Largo-Allemanda Allegro
Jakob van Eyck (ca.1590-1657)
Variations on Pavane Lacryme
Aus: Der Fluytenlusthof
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Sonata in F major for recorder and b.c.
Adagio ma non tanto-Allegro-Siciliano-Allegro assai
John Playford (1623-1686)
Ground upon Paul`s Steeple
Stefanie Oβwald was born in Bonn, grew up in Bad Münstereifel and has lived in Switzerland since 2012. She studied recorder and baroque oboe at the Musikhochschule Frankfurt am Main with Prof. Michael Schneider and Hans-Peter Westermann and musicology at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main.
In 2014, she completed a Master’s degree in Music Performance with Maurice Steger at the Zurich University of the Arts. This was followed by studies in law at the University of Zurich.
She received important musical impulses from Michael Form, Carin van Heerden, Daniel Rothert, Han Tol, Alfredo Bernadini, Barthold Kuijken, Reinhard Goebel and Erik Boosgraf.
Since 2017, she has been a doctoral candidate at the Musicological Institute of the Frankfurt University of Music. She performed at the Cologne Opera with the Gürzenich Orchestra conducted by Konrad Junghänel and as a soloist in Maurice Steger’s master class at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival 2019 and leads the early music ensemble “Melothesia” with international concert activities.
Harald Hoeren began his musical career with the “Camerata Köln”. As a harpsichordist and fortepiano player, he has distinguished himself in over 50 CD recordings with music from the early baroque to the Viennese classical period. In addition to his solo appearances, including at the Rheingau Music Festival, he devotes himself to chamber music repertoire from the early classical period to the early romantic period in the “Trio 1790”. Most recently, the “Trio 1790” focused on the complete recording of Joseph Haydn’s piano trios, which have been released on eight CDs by cpo. Concert tours have taken him through almost all the countries of Europe, to Asia as well as North and South America. In 1983 and 1990 Harald Hoeren was a visiting professor at the “University of the Philippines” in Manila, and since 1984 he has led a class for historical keyboard instruments at the Musikhochschule in Frankfurt am Main, where he was appointed professor in 1999.
I’m looking forward to your visit
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