• Thu. 05.03.
  • 7.30 p.m.
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    ·Kreismusikschule

Beethoven’s most famous protégés

Works by Ries, Czerny, Beethoven and Dayer

Programme

    • Ferdinand Ries (1784–1838)
    • Trio for piano, flute and violoncello in E flat major op. 63
    • Carl Czerny (1791–1857)
    • Rondoletto concertant for piano, flute and violoncello op. 149
    • Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)
    • Sonata for piano and violoncello in G minor op. 5,2
    • Xavier Dayer (*1972)
    • ›To the sea‹ for flute solo
    • Ludwig van Beethoven
    • Trio for piano, clarinet and violoncello No. 4 in B flat major op. 11 ›Gassenhauertrio‹ (1798)

Piano

Clemens Rave

Clemens Rave studied in Detmold, Freiburg and London with Gregor Weichert, Vitaly Margulis and Peter Feuchtwanger, benefitting from further creative input from Conrad Hansen and Sergiu Celibidache.

Rave’s favourite repertoire – alongside solo and chamber music – is contemporary music. He has premiered numerous works in collaboration with composers such as Helmut Lachenmann, Edisson Denisov, Jo Kondo and Luca Lombardi.

Clemens Rave has played at many renowned European and US music festivals including The International Festival Istanbul, Tanglewood Festival Boston, the MDR Music Festival Dresden, the Music Festival of Bremen, the Beethoven Festival in Bonn, plus many more and has already worked prominent conductors such as Daniel Harding, Thomas Hengelbrock, Kent Nagano, Jukka Pekka Saraste, Heinz Hollinger and Josep Pons,

In addition to numerous recordings with WDR, NDR, Deutschland Funk and Radio Bremen, Clemens Rave has also recorded several CDs of solo and chamber music works, including ›Das Klavierwerk Jehan Alain‹ (complete recording, musicom), Clemens Rave: A Portrait (musicom) and Folk-Inspired Works for Piano Duo by Percy Grainger with Caroline Weichert (Naxos).

Clemens Rave is Professor at the Music College Munster, part of the Westphalian Wilhelms University.

Flute

Bettina Wild

Violoncello

Marc Froncoux

Belgian cellist Marc Froncoux studied at the Music Colleges in both Brussels and Detmold, with Edmond Baert and Professor Andre Navarra respectively. He is the prize winner of several competitions such as the international Premio Vittorio Gui competition in Florence. On completing his studies, Marc Froncoux was appointed teacher of Professor Edmond Baert’s solo class in Brussels and also played solo cello at the Opera in Lucca, Italy.

Marc Froncoux has been solo cellist with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen since 1998. In his adopted North German home, he conducts the Oldenburg Chamber Orchestra and is regularly involved in chamber music courses for amateurs.

Along with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen he has guested in many concert venues in numerous international capitals. He is one of the section leaders in the orchestra and regularly performs in the orchestra’s series of chamber music concerts.

In his free time, Marc Froncoux enjoys spending time in the country. He trains regularly for his trekking tours in the Himalayas, thus combining healthy exercise with his search for inner calm.

Piano

Clemens Rave

Clemens Rave studied in Detmold, Freiburg and London with Gregor Weichert, Vitaly Margulis and Peter Feuchtwanger, benefitting from further creative input from Conrad Hansen and Sergiu Celibidache.

Rave’s favourite repertoire – alongside solo and chamber music – is contemporary music. He has premiered numerous works in collaboration with composers such as Helmut Lachenmann, Edisson Denisov, Jo Kondo and Luca Lombardi.

Clemens Rave has played at many renowned European and US music festivals including The International Festival Istanbul, Tanglewood Festival Boston, the MDR Music Festival Dresden, the Music Festival of Bremen, the Beethoven Festival in Bonn, plus many more and has already worked prominent conductors such as Daniel Harding, Thomas Hengelbrock, Kent Nagano, Jukka Pekka Saraste, Heinz Hollinger and Josep Pons,

In addition to numerous recordings with WDR, NDR, Deutschland Funk and Radio Bremen, Clemens Rave has also recorded several CDs of solo and chamber music works, including ›Das Klavierwerk Jehan Alain‹ (complete recording, musicom), Clemens Rave: A Portrait (musicom) and Folk-Inspired Works for Piano Duo by Percy Grainger with Caroline Weichert (Naxos).

Clemens Rave is Professor at the Music College Munster, part of the Westphalian Wilhelms University.

Violoncello

Marc Froncoux

Belgian cellist Marc Froncoux studied at the Music Colleges in both Brussels and Detmold, with Edmond Baert and Professor Andre Navarra respectively. He is the prize winner of several competitions such as the international Premio Vittorio Gui competition in Florence. On completing his studies, Marc Froncoux was appointed teacher of Professor Edmond Baert’s solo class in Brussels and also played solo cello at the Opera in Lucca, Italy.

Marc Froncoux has been solo cellist with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen since 1998. In his adopted North German home, he conducts the Oldenburg Chamber Orchestra and is regularly involved in chamber music courses for amateurs.

Along with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen he has guested in many concert venues in numerous international capitals. He is one of the section leaders in the orchestra and regularly performs in the orchestra’s series of chamber music concerts.

In his free time, Marc Froncoux enjoys spending time in the country. He trains regularly for his trekking tours in the Himalayas, thus combining healthy exercise with his search for inner calm.