Ruoholahden kevät: Duo Claviol, Veronika Kröner, viulu ja Adolf Hennig, piano

Duo Claviol, Veronica Kröner ja Adolf Hennig

2.5. klo 19.00 Violin-Sonatas from Vienna, Austria

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Duo Claviol
Veronica KRÖNER, violin
Adolf HENNIG, piano


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  (1756 – 1791)           
Sonata B flat major KV 454 (comp.1784)
Largo – Allegro
Andante
Allegretto

Franz Schubert (1797 – 1828)                                     
Sonata g minor op.137/3 D 408 (comp.1816)
Allegro giusto                                     
Andante
Menuetto. Allegro vivace – Trio
Allegro moderato

Intermission

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827)                   
Sonata a minor op.23 (comp.1800/01)
Presto
Andante scherzoso più Allegretto
Allegro molto                                                             

Veronica Kröner, Violin

Internationally sought after violinist, has been performing for many years under Nikolaus Harnoncourt with the Concentus musicus Wien, participating regularly in concerts with the RSO Wien and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, as well as acting as concertmaster of the Wiener Akademie, the Haydn-Akademie la stagione Frankfurt, the Salzburger Hofmusik, the Orqesta Ciudad de Granada, teatre lliure Barcelona, ensemble lyrique Amsterdam and many more. She is collaborating with internationally known conductors such as Trevor Pinnock, Frans Brüggen, Josep Pons, Hansjörg Schellenberger and many more. Her various soloistic and ensemble performances include a range of venues among others the Haydn Festspiele in Eisenstadt, Styriarte Graz, Mozartwoche Salzburg, Wiener Festwochen, Salzburger Festspiele. Her successful studies under Klaus Eicholz in Granz were complemented by master courses under Max Rostal, Ion Voicu, Edith Peinemann, Wanda Willkomirska, Ernst Kovacic, Erich Höbarth, Ingrid Seiffert and many more. She also studied in Bremen under Monika Huggett and in Collogne with the Amadeus- Quartett.

Since 1993, she teaches a course for violin, viola and chamber music at the J.Haydn-Konservatorium in Eisenstadt and directs the orchestra Amici Musci. She teaches violin and violin education domestically and abroad, since March 2008 also at the „Mozarteum“, the university of fine arts in Salzburg.

Adolf Hennig, piano

Both as soloist and part of the orchestra, he has performed with the Wiener Philharmonikern, Radio-Symphonie- Orchester Wien, Die Reihe, Kontrapunkte, Grazer Philharmonisches Orchester, Ensemble Wien, Wiener Kammerorchester, Nieder-österreichisches Tonkünstler-Orchester, Haydn-Akademie Wien, Orchester recreation Graz. 1979 through 2001, he acted as organizer and director of the Bad Ausseer Musikfestwoche, as well as of numerous world premieres. He has collaborated with varios conductors such as Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Milan Horvat, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Fabio Luisi, Jordi Savall, Andre Previn, Bertrand de Billy, Pinchas Steinberg, Friedrich Cerha, Roy Goodman and many more. He was the recording manager of the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Wiener Akademie, Salzburger Hofmusik; and lecturer at international conferences for chamber music for new music and piano chamber music, and at advanced education seminars for Austrian music educators. For years, he has acted as répétiteur in Austria competitions, auditions and master classes taught by Max Rostal. He teaches at the university of Graz and also taught at the Joseph Haydn-Konservatorium in Eisenstadt.



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