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Concert with the Paul-Hindemith-Gesellschaft e. V. – crescendo
Chamber concert with scholarship holders of the Paul-Hindemith-Gesellschaft in Berlin e. V.
Studying music requires discipline since early childhood, talent, enthusiasm and, unfortunately, money. The upkeep for the instruments, fees for master classes and competitions are added to the usual cost of living. In return, the work of the Paul Hindemith Society in Berlin e. V. represents an invaluable asset for UdK students. Founded by Hans Scharoun and Herbert von Karajan, among others, and chaired by Prof. Roswitha Staege, it supports an average of 25-30 students each year, both financially and in terms of ideas. An essential part of the support are the concerts with scholarship holders of the association as well as their chamber music partners. In this concert you can experience the young scholarship holders with chamber music works from three centuries and get to know the valuable voluntary work of the Paul Hindemith Society.
Camille Saint-Saëns: Havanaise E-Dur op.38 für Violine und Klavier
Eric Hasenclever, violin
Maurice Ravel: Tzigane für Violine und Klavier
Stefan Burchardt, violin
Dmitri Schostakowitsch, Cellosonate d-Moll op.40
Sebastian Mirow, cello
György Ligeti: Continuum
György Ligeti: Passacaglia ungherese
Tung-Han Hu, cembalo
Paul Hindemith: Acht Stücke für Flöte Solo
Xiangchen Ji, flute
Sergej Prokofjew: Sonate für Klavier d-Moll op.14
Marcel Mok, piano
On this day you can experience the installations of the Sound Studies program in the foyer.
crescendo is open to everyone! Therefore, all concerts are free admission.
Free reservations are possible here.
The UdK Berlin is committed to helping people in need. This year, up to half of the festival's donations will go to "Aktion Deutschland Hilft" to benefit earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria.
Künstlerisches Betriebsbüro der Fakultät Musik