Kulturbüro Elisabeth Berlin
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CD-Release Konzert: Hohenstaufen Ensemble

Saturday, 1. April 2023

6 pm

Villa Elisabeth

Robert Kahn & Johannes Brahms piano trios

Concert | Chamber Music | CD Release

© Meike Kenn

With their new album Robert Kahn: Chamber Music, Rahel Rilling and David Adorján, the artistic directors of the Hohenstaufen Chamber Music Festival, and Annika Treutler as the Hohenstaufen Ensemble present works by Robert Kahn.

Robert Kahn is Rahel Rilling's great-grandfather. He was born in Mannheim in 1865 and was a student of Johannes Brahms. Many parallels and yet also contrasts can be discovered in the two piano trios by these two composers.

Later Kahn became a university professor in Berlin and was chairman of the Prussian Academy of Arts. Because of his Jewish roots, he fled to England in 1938, where he died in 1951.

With her project #respondinmusic, Annika Treutler has been committed to rediscovering the music of composers forgotten by the Holocaust for some time.
Bringing the music and history of Robert Kahn back to light is an important contribution for the three musicians to not forget and to look towards a responsible future.

Program (with short introduction):
Robert Kahn Klaviertrio E-moll Op.72
- intermission -
Johannes Brahms Klaviertrio H-Dur Op.8

With the Hohenstaufen Ensemble:
Rahel Rilling, violin
David Adorján, violoncello
Annika Treutler, piano

Tickets: 20 €, reduced 12 €
online via eventfrog
Remaining tickets at the box office. Free choice of seats.

For more info on ticket prices, click here: Service/Tickets

Trailer: https://youtu.be/q_4c1oRM2lc

Organizer: Kammermusik Festival Hohenstaufen e.V. in cooperation with the Kultur Büro Elisabeth
Supported by: Berthold Leibinger Stiftung, Kammermusik Festival Hohenstaufen, haensslerclassic, deutschlandfunkkultur

More info about Rahel Rilling: www.rahelrilling.com

Photo © Meike Kenn