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Mensch, Maschine! Musik! [en]

Sternstunde for Mother's Day – crescendo

Urban Ruths

Musical talent is already laid in the cradle?

This stellar hour suggests as much: At the matinée with the youngest students of the UdK Berlin, aged 8 to 18, it is not only our young students who perform. On Mother's Day, they present themselves together with their mothers and thus provide the best insight into true "artist families"! Pieces from three centuries for violin, cello, trumpet and piano will be performed by daughters and sons and their mothers, all of whom have close ties to the Institute. Clear the stage for the musical families of the Julius Stern Institute!

Manuel de Falla: „Spanischer Tanz“ aus: La vida breve
Dmitri Schostakowitsch: „Präludium“ aus: Fünf Stücke für zwei Violinen und Klavier
Pablo de Sarasate: Navarra op. 33
Peter Graham: Drei a cappella Etüden, arr. für Trompete und Violoncello
Pablo de Sarasate: Carmen Fantasie
Sergej Rachmaninoff: Romanze für Klavier zu sechs Händen
Albert Lavignac: Galop-Marche für Klavier zu sechs Händen
Moritz Moszkowski: Suite für zwei Violinen und Klavier g-Moll op. 71
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Kateryna Amstibosvka, Laila Honda, Latica Honda-Rosenberg, Kira Koch, Elisabeth Lange, Mark Lewin, Michael Lewin, Annika Lietz, Valentina Rumyantseva, violin
Emmanuelle Verger, cello
Tammam Mahmoud-Verger, trumpet
Karla Haltenwanger, Kaja Kašubaitė, Klėja Kašubaitė, Katharina Landl, Lissa Lewin, Astrid Lietz, Eva Lietz, Rūta Mikelaitytė-Kašubienė, Maria Rumyantseva, 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.


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