Komische Oper musicians Julia Lindner (viola), Katharina Thomas (mezzo-soprano) and pianist Wataru Hisasue take the audience on a journey into the depths of the human psyche. With works by Brahms, Loeffler, Hindemith and Jost, they embark on a musically poetic balancing act between melancholy and madness.
Experience the tonal diversity of this program, which ranges from gentle tonal language in Johannes Brahms' Sonata op.120/2 to the dark colors of the "Fleurs du Mal" in Charles Martin Loeffler's 'Quatre Poèmes' to the wild frenzy in Paul Hindemith's Sonata op. 25/1, and be moved by the painful lament for the young drowned Ophelia in Christian Jost's 'Hamlet Echoes'.
- Paul Hindemith - 'The Whole, Not the Individual'
- Johannes Brahms - Sonata for Viola and Piano in E flat major op. 120/2
- Charles Martin Loeffler - 'Quatre Poèmes' pour Voix, Alto et Piano op. 5
- Paul Hindemith - Sonata for viola alone op. 25/1
- Christian Jost - 'Hamlet Echos' for soprano, viola and piano
- Julia Lindner - viola
- Katharina Thomas - mezzo-soprano
- Wataru Hisasue - piano
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