Chamber Music in the Laeiszhalle

When the German cellist Daniel Müller-Schott was asked about the essence of chamber music, he did not have to think long for an answer: »Chamber music is the origin and most intimate form of making music.« Every great musician will immediately second that sentiment, including the insightful and inquisitive artists and consummate team-players that now open the four-part »Chamber Music in the Laeiszhalle« series.

The Signum Quartet and the Hamburg-based pianist Alexander Krichel join forces for a piano quintet by Antonín Dvořák. Flautist Magali Mosnier, clarinettist Sebastian Manz and pianist Herbert Schuch indulge in the high art of musical entertainment à la Francis Poulenc and György Ligeti. And there are two opportunities to enjoy Nils Mönkemeyer on the viola. He performs piano quartets by Mozart and Brahms with Alina Ibragimova, Christian Poltéra and pianist William Youn. In his second concert, Mönkemeyer forms an all-star string trio with violinist Julia Fischer and cellist Daniel Müller-Schott.

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