• Tue. 27.09.
  • 8.00 p.m.

  • ·Bad Wörishofen
    ·Kurhaus

Works by Mozart and Beethoven

Festival der Nationen

Programme

    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
    • Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 9 in E flat major K 271
    • Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)
    • Piano trio No. 3 in C major op. 1
    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    • Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 20 in D minor K 466

Piano and director

Rudolf Buchbinder

Rudolf Buchbinder is firmly established as one of the world’s foremost pianists and is frequently invited by major orchestras and festivals around the world. His comprehensive repertoire encompasses numerous 20th century compositions. Rudolf Buchbinder’s emphasis lies in his meticulous study of musical sources. He owns 35 complete editions of Beethoven’s sonatas and has an extensive collection of autograph scores, first editions and original documents. In addition, he possesses copies of the autograph scores and piano parts of both Brahms concertos.

More than 100 recordings document the scope and diversity of Rudolf Buchbinder’s repertoire. Notable recordings to his credit include Haydn’s complete works for piano, which caused a stir and earned him the Grand Prix du Disque.

The interpretation of the complete 32 sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven has developed into a core interest for Rudolf Buchbinder. He performed this cycle in more than 40 cities, among them Vienna, Munich, Zurich, St. Petersburg, Buenos Aires, Beijing and Milan.

Rudolf Buchbinder is the founding artistic director of the Grafenegg Music Festival near Vienna.

Piano and director

Rudolf Buchbinder

Rudolf Buchbinder is firmly established as one of the world’s foremost pianists and is frequently invited by major orchestras and festivals around the world. His comprehensive repertoire encompasses numerous 20th century compositions. Rudolf Buchbinder’s emphasis lies in his meticulous study of musical sources. He owns 35 complete editions of Beethoven’s sonatas and has an extensive collection of autograph scores, first editions and original documents. In addition, he possesses copies of the autograph scores and piano parts of both Brahms concertos.

More than 100 recordings document the scope and diversity of Rudolf Buchbinder’s repertoire. Notable recordings to his credit include Haydn’s complete works for piano, which caused a stir and earned him the Grand Prix du Disque.

The interpretation of the complete 32 sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven has developed into a core interest for Rudolf Buchbinder. He performed this cycle in more than 40 cities, among them Vienna, Munich, Zurich, St. Petersburg, Buenos Aires, Beijing and Milan.

Rudolf Buchbinder is the founding artistic director of the Grafenegg Music Festival near Vienna.