Home Music Berlin
Concerts in Quarantine
30. March – 11. May 2020
30. March 18:00

While our reality has abruptly and radically changed in the face of CoVid-19 and social as well as cultural spaces suddenly disappeared from our everyday lives, Schinkel Pavillon is opening its unexpectedly vacated exhibition space for a concert series in isolation.

You can find the live broadcast every Monday and Friday evening at 8.30 pm at schinkelpavillon.de

Video: Monday, May 11th, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Sharon Kam (clarinet), Jacquelyn Wagner (soprano) and Matan Porat (piano)
Debussy, Rhapsody for clarinet and piano
Brahms, Sonata for clarinet and piano op. 120 No. 2
Ravel, Une barque sur l’océan for piano
Poulenc, Sonata for clarinet and piano
Schubert, Der Hirt auf dem Felsen for clarinet, soprano and piano

 

CONTINUING PROGRAM

Monday, March 30, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Olena Tokar (soprano) and Igor Gryshyn (piano)
Viardot, Five songs
Schubert, Two impromptus
Scriabin, Piano sonata No. 4 op. 30
Dvorak, Gypsy songs op. 55
Tchaikovsky, Four songs

Friday, April 3, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Christian Tetzlaff
 (Violin) and Francesco Piemontesi (Piano)
Franck, Violinsonata A-Dur
Excerpts of Claude Debussy, Images 

Monday, April 6th, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Veronika Eberle (Violin) and Francesco Piemontesi (Piano)
Mozart, Sonata for Violin and Piano KV 454 
Schubert, Sonate D 850 (Gasteiner)

Friday, April 10th, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Dietrich Henschel (baritone) and Arno Waschk (piano)
Beethoven, Gellert Songs
Liszt, Petrarca songs
Wolf, Um Mitternacht, Karwoche, Wo find ich Trost

Monday, April 13th, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Zlata Chochieva (piano)
Mendelssohn, Lieder ohne Worte (selection)
Chopin, Etudes (selection)
Liszt, Mephisto waltz No. 2
Rachmaninoff, Canon in e minor, Prelude in F, Fragments, Oriental sketch
Medtner, Canzona Serenata op. 38 No. 6

Friday, April 17th, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Tabea Zimmermann (viola) and Francesco Piemontesi (piano)
Schumann, Phantasiestücke op. 73
Reger, Suite No. 1 op. 131d
Liszt, 1. Legende
Schumann, Märchenbilder op. 113

Monday, April 20th, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Severin von Eckardstein (piano)
Prokofiev, Sonata No. 8 op. 84
Medtner, Elegy op. 59 No. 2
Chopin, Nocturne op. 27 No. 2

Friday, April 24th, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Gabriel Schwabe (cello) and Nicholas Rimmer (piano)
Schubert, Arpeggione Sonata D 821
Chopin, Sonata for cello and piano op. 65

Monday, April 27th, 2020  – 8.30 pm
Elsa Dreisig (soprano) und Jonathan Ware (piano)
Grieg, Solveig’s song
Debussy, Trois Chanson de Bilitis
Ravel, Oiseaux tristes for piano
Granados, La Maja y el ruiseñor
Rachmaninov, Vocalise
Berg, Sieben frühe Lieder

Friday, May 1st, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Iddo Bar-Shai (piano)
Couperin, Pièces des Clavecin (selection)
Chopin, Mazurkas op. 17 Nos. 1 and 4
Chopin, Mazurkas op. 24 Nos. 2 and 3
Chopin, Mazurkas op. 33 No. 4
Haydn, Sonata in D Hob. XVI/24

Monday, May 4th, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Roman Trekel (baritone) and Francesco Piemontesi (piano)
Bach, transcriptions by Busoni and Kempff
Mahler, Sieben Lieder aus letzter Zeit

Friday, May 8th, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Jacquelyn Wagner (soprano) and Zlata Chochieva (piano)
Wagner, Wesendonck Lieder
Wagner, Elegy for piano
Mahler / Friedman, Menuetto from the 3rd symphony for piano
Mahler, Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen

Monday, May 11th, 2020 – 8.30 pm
Sharon Kam (clarinet), Jacquelyn Wagner (soprano) and Matan Porat (piano)
Debussy, Rhapsody for clarinet and piano
Brahms, Sonata for clarinet and piano op. 120 No. 2
Ravel, Une barque sur l’océan for piano
Poulenc, Sonata for clarinet and piano
Schubert, Der Hirt auf dem Felsen for clarinet, soprano and piano

 

Home Music Berlin presents outstanding classical musicians from Berlin, who, at the invitation of film director Jan Schmidt-Garre, will each give a concert for one evening. From now on, for a yet indefinite period, these concerts will take place every Monday and Friday evening at 8.30 pm in the Schinkel Pavillon and will be broadcast live on our website.

With Andreas Ottensamer (Clarinet), Gabriel Schwabe (Cello), Zlata Chochieva (Piano), Dietrich Henschel (Baritone), Severin von Eckardstein (Piano), Igor Gryshyn (Piano), Francesco Piemontesi (Piano), Christian Tetzlaff (Violin), Olena Tokar (Soprano), Jacquelyn Wagner (Soprano) and others.

Home Music Berlin is hosted by Schinkel Pavillon in the framework of DISAPPEARING BERLIN. At the end of the one-year run, the performance programme returns to Schinkel Pavillon’s own space for a series of concerts in the now empty exhibition space: set in Berlin’s historic Mitte, the iconic architecture, designed by Richard Paulick in the late 60s as a representative venue for the GDR, is in a location where massive changes have been irretrievably and progressively taking shape. When Schinkel Pavillon first opened in 2007, the Palace of the Republic and the Dome were the backdrop for the first exhibitions – a view, that doesn’t exist anymore. Instead, generic townhouses (Berlin’s most expensive speculative real estate) obstruct the horizon – behind them tower cranes appear with the new Stadtschloss under construction. The increasingly generic neighborhood is in constant flux, but with every new investor moving in, Schinkel Pavillon’s very existence here is more and more at stake.

For over a year, DISAPPEARING BERLIN by Schinkel Pavillon has been staging unique Berlin architecture and unique urban spaces that are about to be demolished, privatised or converted, after having shaped the cityscape and cultural life for decades. With performances, dance and concerts we explore the city and the potential of its endangered, forgotten and newly emerging spaces. In a playful approach to art, new perspectives on a change, that cannot be stopped, but shaped, are developed.

Home Music Berlin is produced in cooperation with Naxos Audiovisuell, takt1 and PARS Media.

 

With the generous support of

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