Chamber music with Mischa Maisky: songs without words in perfect interplay of cello and piano as a highlight of the first half of the Festival play Mischa Maisky and Pavel Gililov, his longtime partner of the concert at the 13.06.2013 at 20:00 in the Burgerhaus Bergischer lion in Bergisch Gladbach a concert for cello and piano. Franz Schubert’s Sonata “Arpeggione” in a minor is heard at the beginning. It follows the piece by Max Bruch Kol Nidrei. The composition was created in 1880 and was then stimulated by the cellist Robert Hausmann. It is based on the Jewish prayer Kol Nidrei and listed usually with cello and Orchestra. In the Burgerhaus Bergischer lion in Bergisch Gladbach presents Maisky the but with piano accompaniment.
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38 by John Brahms completes the program. The duo Maisky/Gililov released already in 2009 the CD tomorrow works by Antonin DVO? ak and Richard Strauss. Maisky is known for his distinctive concert tours in all continents. He played Orchestra and the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony, where he with contributes his historical cello by the great Venetian masters, Domenico Montagnana (1687-1750), a full, dark sound with the Orchestre de Paris, the Royal Philharmonic. The Montagnana-Celli were preferred by celebrities of music history, as Gregor Piatigorsky or Heinrich Schiff and currently by Yo-Yo Ma. Also as a chamber musician, Maisky engaged diverse with sizes such as Martha Argerich and Gidon Kremer and worked with the famous Chinese pianist Lang Lang. Currently he is premiered on Anniversary Tour with the composer Benjamin Yusupov, who dedicated 2007 to a private concert for violoncello and Orchestra Maisky 60th birthday, on January 10, 2008 with the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra was. Learn more about the artists and the Festival program, see