Rosengarten-Serenaden – Programm 2018

Rosengarten-Serenaden – Programm 2018

Sa, 21. Juli, 20.00 Uhr       Trio Coll'Arco Bamberg

Johann Sebastian Bach                      Goldberg- Variationen 

Franz  Schubert                                   Streichtrio    B – Dur   D 471  in einem Satz

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart                Divertimento    Es- Dur   KV 563  (1788)

                                                            Rudolf Kuhnlein, Violine - Christina Triebener, Viola

                                                            Claudia Hödl-Kabadaic, Violoncello

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Sa, 4. August, 20.00 Uhr  - Bamberger Kammerorchester                                                                  Solo and Conducting: Berthold Opower

Antonio Vivaldi              Violinkonzert a-moll, RV 356

Antonio Vivaldi              Concerto grosso g-moll, RV 156

Alessandro Marcello    Oboenkonzert, Falk Krause - Oboe

Antonio Vivaldi              Concerto grosso g-moll, RV 578

Johann Seb. Bach        Konzert für Violine und Oboe BWV 1060

Berthold Opower studied Violin in Düsseldorf, Boston and München with Prof. Rosa Fain, Prof. Michelle Auclair and as Masterstudent with Prof. Kurt Guntner.

Er gained several national prizes in the competition "Jugend musiziert" and was scholar of the Robert-Schumann Hochschule in Düsseldorf. Opower participated in many international master courses with designatet Profs. as Igor Ozim, Victor Libermann, Hermann Krebbers, Valery Gradow and Eduard Schmieder.

First professionel experiences in orchestra he gathered with the Düsseldorf Symphony and the Orchestra academy of the Bavarian Radio.

From 2002 until 2005 he was 1. violinist of the State Theater "Gärtnerplatz" in Munich, afterwards he switched to the 1. Violins of the Bamberg Symphony-Bayerische Staatsphilharmonie.

Since 2008 Berthold Opower is also member of the 1. Violins of the Bayreuth Festival orchestra.

Falk Krause was born 1958 in Dresden geboren und derives from a family of musicians. His father was Oboeplayer in the famous "Dresdner Staatskapelle". Falk himself studied at the "Musikhochschule Dresden" and was for 10 years Solo-Oboist at the State Opera in Meiningen.

Since 1990 he teaches at the District Musicschool and the University of Bamberg. Over the years he has built up the larges class of oboe players in the republic.

He his co-founder and member of the Bamberg Chamberorchestra and plays occasionally in the Dresdner Staatskapelle or in the State Opera in Meiningen.

Das Bamberg Chamberorchestra was founded 1991 by Gerhard Olesch, Violaplayer and conductor. Between 1994 and 2002 Harald Orlovsky, member of the Bamberg Symphony, conducted the orchestra.From the beginning, the orchestra was able to establish its desire to be a forum for the joint work of professionels and young musicians with a high artistic level. In the meantime the orchestra - since 2003 under the auspices of its founder - has made a name for itself within and outside of Bamberg.

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Sa, 18. August, 20.00 Uhr       Quinten Quartett Bamberg  Zsofia Magyar, Oboe a. G.

Bernhard Henrik Crusell Divertimento für Oboe, 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncello, C-dur op. 9

Wolfgang Amadeus Streichquartett B-Dur 

Charles Koechlin "Le repos de Tityre", op. 216 Nr. 10 Monodie für Oboe d'amore

Franz Schubert Streichquartettsatz c-moll, D 703

Jean Francaix Quartett für Englischhorn,Violine, Viola und Cello

                                                  Quinten de Roos, Michael Hamann, Violine

                                                                                          Wolfram Hauser, Viola

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Achim Melzer, Violoncello

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Sa, 1. September, 20.00 Uhr       Giocoso Quartett Berlin

Josef Haydn                                     Quartett op. 71 Nr. 2

Robert Schumann                            Quartett a-moll op.41/1

Maurice.Ravel                                 Quartett in F

Winners of the overall 2nd Prize, the Peter Druce Audience Award as well as the Musica Viva Australia Prize at the 2015 Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, the Vienna-based Giocoso String Quartet has emerged as one of the most promising and exciting young string quartets of their generation.

Founded in Vienna with the current formation since 2014, the Giocoso String Quartet has been the recipient of important chamber music prizes such as the Alban Berg Prize, Krenek Prize and Artis Prize at ISA Reichenau in Austria (2011), the HSBC Prize of the Aix-en-Provence Festival 2012 as well as the Vienna Windisch Chamber Music Prize in both 2012 and 2014. In 2016 they won the “Jeunesses Musicales Special Prize” at the world-renowned ARD International Music Competition in Munich, Germany.

As part of the Master’s Degree in Chamber Music, the group, whose members are citizens of Germany, Romania and the Netherlands, has worked extensively with the internationally renowned co-founding member of the Artis Quartet, Johannes Meissl at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria.

Furthermore, the Giocoso Quartet are recent alumni of the renowned European Chamber Music Academy (ECMA) – led by prominent professors Hatto Beyerle and Johannes Meissl –, which has provided them with multiple international concert opportunities on top of regularly organised masterclasses with internationally renowned artists.

As such, the Giocoso String Quartet has worked with numerous important personalities of the chamber music world such as, Günter Pichler, Hatto Beyerle and Gerhard Schulz of the Alban Berg Quartet, Rainer Schmidt (Hagen Quartet),  Andras Keller (Keller Quartet), Miguel da Silva (Ysayë Quartet), Stefan Metz (Orlando Quartet), Petr Prause (Talich Quartet), Hariolf Schlichtig (Cherubini Quartet) as well as Michel Letiec, Eberhard Feltz, Ferenc Rados, Avedis Kouyoumdjian, , Evgenia Epshtein (Aviv Quartet), Shmuel Ashkenasi (Vermeer Quartet) and Dan Prelipcean (Voces Quartet).

The Giocoso String Quartet regularly gives acclaimed recitals all over Europe and Australia in countries like Germany, Austria, the UK, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Turkey, Romania, Switzerland and others. They have been guests at international chamber music festivals such as the Bordeaux and Aix-en-Provence Festival in France, the Beethoven, Styrian and Kalkalpen Chamber Music Festival in Austria, the Orlando Festival in the Netherlands, the Niedersachsen Festival in Germany, to name a few.

Highlights of the 2015/2016 season saw the Giocoso String Quartet play their debut in the illustrious Wigmore Hall in London, the Musikverein in Vienna and the Great Hall of the Romanian Atheneum in Bucharest as well as a tour through Brazil.In May 2017, the Giocoso will be first heard in Asia, where they will play in Tokyo, Japan and Seoul, South Korea.

Furthermore, as part of the Musica Viva Australia Special Prize, April 2018 will be devoted to an extensive tour through Australia in an exciting collaboration with the world renowned Israeli mandolinist Avi Avital.

Additionally, for the 2016/17 season they have been selected by an expert jury for the next generation talent support program, the New Austrian Sound Of Music, where they receive extra support for all abroad appearances through a worldwide network of embassies and cultural forums.

The Giocoso String Quartet is also involved in bringing their music to those who cannot normally make it to the concert hall. In conjunction with the Yehudi Menuhin Live-Music-Now Foundation they have taken part in special social projects to present music to the elderly and the intellectually and physically disabled.

All four members of the Giocoso Quartet are prizewinning musicians, admired both as soloists and as chamber music players.

Bas Jongen plays a Hendrik Jacobs cello (Amsterdam, ± 1690) kindly loaned to him from the collection of the Dutch Musical Instruments Foundation.

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Di, 1. Januar 2019, 17.00 Uhr, Konzerthalle Bamberg

Bamberger Neujahrskonzert "von Engelchen und Teufelchen"


With the Bamberger Veranstaltungsdienst you can easily order tickets online

BVD, Lange Str. 22, Tel. 0951 – 9808220, oder or

Group discount from 10 persons,

Children up to primary school age (10 years) are free!

Only at the box office in the evening:

Holders of the Bavarian volunteer card and the BAMBERG CARD receive a 5 EUR discount.

Entry starts at ab 1930 Uhr.

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