Chamber music encounters with members of the German Symphony Orchestra Berlin at the Citadel. Before: 16:15 - Guided tour through the exhibition "A beautiful thought, so soft and pointed" with Dr. Ralf F. Hartmann.
The musicians the trio explore the range of musical language in works by Bach, Webern and Mark André. Both the edited Goldberg Variations and the two string trios that will be heard are loaded with interpretations that create empty spaces, which in turn offer room for interpretation.
In addition, the Swedish-Finnish poet and performer Cia Rinne enters into a dialogue with the music. She searches, mirrors and reflects the sounds with rhythmic sound and language motifs - music thus becomes language and language becomes music.
The venue for the concert is the exhibition entitled "A beautiful thought, so soft and pointed" by Berlin-based artist Margareta Hesse. For her presentation, the painter, light artist and sculptor focuses on objects, sculptures and room-sized installations made of wood and textile materials. Her "tubes," large-scale wooden tubes placed in the room, are reminiscent of percussion instruments and begin an unexpected dialogue with the music.
- Clemens Linder, violin | Eve Wickert, viola | Leslie Riva-Ruppert, cello
- Cia Rinne, poetry