Both Jakow Pavlenko and Aurel Dawidiuk began their music studies at the HMTM in Hanover, and they have both been awarded several prizes and scholarships. At the Laeiszhalle they present compositions by Théodore Dubois, Johann Sebastian Bach and César Franck.
Culinary offerings before the concert
Enjoy the concert with the young talents even more – after savouring some refreshments beforehand. Head to the Brahms Foyer from 15:00 to 15:45 for coffee, tea and cake. Please note that the way from the Recital Hall to the Brahms Foyer is not accessible and that the number of seats is limited.
Jakow Pavlenko was born in Berlin in 2003 in Berlin, and has been a student at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in that city since 2022. He has won numerous prizes at competitions both national and international (Odessa International Violin Competition, Viktor Tretyakov International Violin Competition), and appears regularly as a soloist and in chamber music recitals both at home and abroad. From 2019 to 2022 the pianist held a scholarship from the Jürgen Ponto Foundation; he plays a violin on loan from the foundation Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben.
The multi-talented Aurel Dawidiuk was born in Hanover in the year 2000, and is in demand not only as a pianist, but also as an organist and harpsichordist. He has won first prize at national and international competitions (2019 TONALi19 Piano Competition, 2022 German Music Competition in the organ section), and has receive a number of scholarships, for example, from the Jürgen Ponto Foundation and Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben. Aurel Dawidiuk has also been studying orchestral conducting since 2020, and was admitted to the German Music Council’s »Conducting Forum« for top young conductors a year after that.
Jakow Pavlenko violin
Aurel Dawidiuk piano
Ballade for violin and piano
Johann Sebastian Bach
Capriccio sopra la lontananza del suo fratello dilettissimo in B-flat major, BWV 992
Adagio and Fuga / from: Sonata for Solo Violin No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001
Sonata for Violin and Piano in A major, FWV 8
Johann Sebastian Bach
Largo / aus: Sonate Nr. 4 c-Moll BWV 1017 für Violine und Klavier
Sat, 2 Dec 2023 15:00
Coffee, tea and cake before the concert, Laeiszhalle, Brahms-Foyer
Supported by the Cyril und Jutta A. Palmer Stiftung