• Sat. 25.06.
  • 8.00 p.m.

Works by Haydn, Walckiers, Lourié and Hallgrímmsson

Chamber concert

Programme

    • Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)
    • London trios
    • Eugène Walckiers (1793-1866)
    • Grand trio for flute, violin and cello in D major op. 35
    • Arthur Vincent Lourié (1892 – 1966)
    • La flûte à travers le violon (1935)
    • Hafliði Hallgrímsson (*1941)
    • Verse I (Sea Nocturne) for flute and cello

Violin

Beate Weis

Beate Weis studied violin and string quartet in Stuttgart with Gerhard Voss in the Melos Quartet class, followed by specialized concert studies with Ernst Kovacic in Vienna. She was a prizewinner in the national ›Jugend musiziert‹ competition and a member of the State Youth Orchestra in Baden-Württemberg and the German National Youth Orchestra, as well as winning a scholarship from the DAAD and the Baden-Württemberg String Instrument Collection. She joined The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen directly after completing her studies in 1992.

Here, Beate Weis is also very active in promoting music – for example within the scope of orchestra projects such as ›Response‹, the ›Musical Paper Chase‹, concert introduction events (including ›Genial‹ in cooperation with the Bremen children’s and youth theatre, MOKS) or teaching and coaching lay musicians. As a soloist she has performed with the Bremen University Orchestra, Oldenburg Chamber Orchestra and concerto armonico Freiburg. Beate also devotes herself intensively to chamber music. She was a member of the ›Ensemble Lesmona‹ founded together with other orchestra colleagues and has her own concert series in the Bremen Silbermanufaktur Koch und Bergfeld. Here she combines programme planning with recitals.

Flute

Bettina Wild

Bettina Wild moved from her native city of Münster to study the flute in Vienna, where she graduated ›with distinction‹ and received the Prize of Merit of the Austrian Ministry for Outstanding Artistic Achievements.

Subsequently she was a member of the Orchestra Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic. Following a brief appointment in Münster, she became a soloist with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen in 1993.

She has also had a teaching assignment at the University of the Arts in Bremen since 1997 and gives masterclasses at the Orchesterzentrum Dortmund and the University of Music in Lübeck.

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.

Violin

Beate Weis

Beate Weis studied violin and string quartet in Stuttgart with Gerhard Voss in the Melos Quartet class, followed by specialized concert studies with Ernst Kovacic in Vienna. She was a prizewinner in the national ›Jugend musiziert‹ competition and a member of the State Youth Orchestra in Baden-Württemberg and the German National Youth Orchestra, as well as winning a scholarship from the DAAD and the Baden-Württemberg String Instrument Collection. She joined The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen directly after completing her studies in 1992.

Here, Beate Weis is also very active in promoting music – for example within the scope of orchestra projects such as ›Response‹, the ›Musical Paper Chase‹, concert introduction events (including ›Genial‹ in cooperation with the Bremen children’s and youth theatre, MOKS) or teaching and coaching lay musicians. As a soloist she has performed with the Bremen University Orchestra, Oldenburg Chamber Orchestra and concerto armonico Freiburg. Beate also devotes herself intensively to chamber music. She was a member of the ›Ensemble Lesmona‹ founded together with other orchestra colleagues and has her own concert series in the Bremen Silbermanufaktur Koch und Bergfeld. Here she combines programme planning with recitals.

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.