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CONCERT DATE:
MONDAY 17. JULY and
WEDNESDAY 19. JULY 2017

CONCERT START:
AT 7.30 PM

the SCENE:
KORSKIRKEN - THE CHURCH OF THE CROSS
- FREE SEATING

- ENTRANCE POSSIBLE 20 MIN. BEFORE CONCERT START

- DURATION APRX. 90 MIN

- INTERMISSION 15 MIN INCL.


- Yes, life is as strange as
folk songs. We don't know if
they were meant to be in major or minor key... Some of the melodies are exquisitely beautiful. At any rate I have written down chord progression that are outrageous. However,
in my defense I must say that they did not originate at the
piano, but in my mind.


(Grieg about his transcriptions of folk songs)

Grieg in Bergen 2017




GERMAN PIANO WIND-TET

ENSEMBLE 4.1

ALEXANDER GLÜCKSMANN
CLARINET

JÖRG
SCHNEIDER
OBOE

FRITZ
PAHLMANN
FRENCH HORN

CHRISTOPH
KNITT
BASOON

FRANK
SCHULTE
PIANO

 

PROGRAM

L. van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827)
Quintet Op 16

N.H. RICE (1851 — 1923)
Quintet Op 2

H. von HERZOGENBERG (1843 – 1900)
Quintet Op 43

E. GRIEG (1843-1907)
Program not yet determined


 

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BIOGRAPHIES  

ENSEMBLE 4.1 PIANO WIND-TET

Nominated for an “International Classical Music Award (ICMA) 2016”.
After studying together and winning positions in highly regarded German orchestras and
universities, five young musicians decided to join again and celebrate their longstanding
friendship and their love for chamber music: Ensemble 4.1 was born!

Four winds – oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn – and a piano, combine with exciting treasures
of original repertoire ranging from Mozart to Widmann.
Concerts in Germany and throughout the world followed shortly after, and the ensemble repeatedly performed on invitation by the Goethe Institute and the German Embassies. The intense communication and special atmosphere created in concert soon became a distinct sign of the ensemble. The professional, yet relaxed attitude of its members, as well as
trademark introductions from the stage and an exuberant joy of performing soon lead to
being labeled “the Easy Riders of the classical scene”.
Besides the masterworks of the genre, namely by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven, Ensemble 4.1 concentrates on rediscovering seldomly or never performed
repertoire of the 19th and 20th centuries. Composers such as Walter Gieseking, Hermann
Zilcher, David Stephen, Arne Oldberg and Theodor Verhey have thus become accessible favorites to excited audiences everywhere.

JÖRG SCHNEIDER is principal oboe in the Jena Philarmonic. He has won numerous awards in
international competitions in Schwerin, Marseille and Osaka, as well as a scholarship from the Deutsche Musikwettbewerb competition.

ALEXANDER GLÜCKSMANN is principal clarinet in the Berlin Symphonic Orchestra, and has also taken part in the Berlin Philharmonic’s Orchestra Academy.

FRITZ PAHLMANN is principal horn at Staatskapelle Weimar. Before that, he played with the
Bamberg Symphonic Orchestra and the Gurzenich Orchestra in Cologne.

CHRISTOPH KNITT was bassoonist at the Radio Symphonic Orchestra Berlin and at the Finnish
National Opera in Helsinki before becoming principal bassoon at the Kammerakademie
Potsdam.

FRANK SCHULTE (born 1977) is solo-repetitor in Komische Oper Berlin. He works together with top opera-soloists, different ensembles and actor/singer Dagmar Manzel. His passion next to classical music is tango. On that field he is very successful as a solo performer, having won 2nd prize at the international competition Astor Piazzolla in Castelfidardo, Italy. Since 2001 Frank is actively playing and recording tango with his Quinteto Angel.

 


 

 

 





     
GRIEG IN BERGEN -17
19. JUNE - 26. AUGUST
10 WEEKS - 40 CONCERTS

CONCERT every MON-WED-FRI-SAT at 7.30 PM
 
the
SCENE:
KORSKIRKEN
- the CURCH of the CROSS
 
 
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