BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

String quartet in C major op 59 no. 3 'Razumovsky'

25-January-2016 Auditorio Sony de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía

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[DURATION: 31' 36'']

Sieber, Lukas

Sieber, Lukas

Lukas Sieber, born 1989 in Mainz, has been studying since 2005 with Prof. Michael Sanderling at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, where he graduated in 2013 with distinction. In addition he participated in various masterclasses with Gary Hofmann, Laszlo Fenyö, Wen-Sinn Yang, Martin Ostertag, Gerhard Mantel and Wolfgang E. Schmidt. He is prizewinner of various competitions, winning 1st prizes at the International Chamber Music Competition "Salieri-Zinetti" (Italy), the "International Johannes-Brahms-Competition" (Austria), the "European Chamber Music Competition" (Germany) and the "International August-Everding Competition" in Munich. As a soloist he performed with the "Philharmonie Südwestfalen", the philharmonic orchestra Jena, the philharmonic orchestra Gießen and multiple times with the chamber orchestra Mainz. He held scholarships of the "Deutscher Musikrat", the Peter Pirazzi Foundation, the Juetting Foundation, the Peter-Fuld Foundation, the "Zukunftsinitiative Rheinland-Pfalz" and the Villa Musica. As a keen chamber musician he performs all over the world at famous music festivals such as the "New York Chamber Music Festival", the "Rheingau Musik Festival", the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, the Festival "Emilia Romagna" (Italy), the Festival "Trebonska Nocturna" (Czech Republic), the "Festival quartetto d'archi" (Italy) and in important music venues such as Hamburg (Laeiszhalle), Frankfurt (old opera), Vienna (Hofburg), Melbourne, Shanghai or Peking.

Wildermuth, Anna Katharina

Wildermuth, Anna Katharina

Anna Katharina Wildermuth, born 1991 in Frankfurt, has been studying since 2009 with Prof. Susanne Stoodt at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts. In addition she participated in various masterclasses, among others with Igor Ozim, Christian Tetzlaff, Tanja Becker-Bender, Heime Müller, Gerhard Schulz and the Ensemble Modern. She is prizewinner of various competitions, winning 1st prizes at the "Bundeswettbewerb Jugend Musiziert" (Germany), the "International Johannes-Brahms-Competition" (Austria), the "European Chamber Music Competition" in Karlsruhe (Germany) and the "International August-Everding Music Competition" in Munich. Moreover, in 2010 she received awards by the "Hans und Eugenia Juetting" Foundation, the "Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben" as well as the "Bärenreiter Urtext" prize. As a soloist she performed among others with the chamber orchestra Mainz, the philharmonic orchestra Gießen and the "Sinfonia Silesia Kattowitz" in the course of the Festival Bad Hersfeld. She is sponsored by scholarships from the "Deutscher Musikrat", the Manfred-Grommek Foundation, the Peter Pirazzi Foundation, the da Ponte Foundation and the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Foundation Frankfurt. As a keen chamber musician she performs all over the world, among others at the Cape Classic Festival (South Africa), the "Rheingau Musik Festival", the Mecklenburg- Vorpommern Festival, the Festival "Trebonska Nocturna" (Czech Republic) and the "Festival quartetto d'archi" in Reggio Emilia (Italy). Anna Katharina Wildermuth Plays a violin of the italian violin maker Pietro Antonio Landolfi from 1760 by courtesy of a private sponsor.

Aris Quartett

Aris Quartett

The Aris Quartet, consisting of Anna Katharina Wildermuth and Noémi Zipperling (violins), Caspar Vinzens (viola) and Lukas Sieber (violoncello), was founded in 2009 in Frankfurt (Germany) and is one of the most sought after young string quartets in Germany. The musicians, aged between 21 and 25 years, studied with Prof. Hubert Buchberger (Buchberger Quartet) at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts. They received important artistic impulses and support from members of the Alban Berg Quartet, the Artemis Quartet and the Juilliard String Quartet, as well as the Casals, Arditti and Vogler Quartets. The Aris Quartet performs in Germany and throughout Europe, among others at famous music festivals, such as the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, the "Rheingau Musik Festival", the "Mozartfest Würzburg", the "Festival quartetto d'archi " (Reggio Emilia/Italy) and ", the Festival "Trebonska Nocturna" (Czech Republic) as well as in renowned music venues such as Alte Oper Frankfurt, Hofburg Palace in Vienna and Laieszhalle Hamburg. Hailed by critics for their passionate playing and musicality, the Aris Quartett gained further international attention through various recordings for radio stations such as SWR2 (Germany), Österreich1 (Austria), RAI Radio 3 (Italy), ABC Classic FM (Australia) or CeskaTelevize. They have been praised by the Jeunesses Musicales Germany as one of the most convincing "Newcomer-Ensemble" in 2013 and 2014. The Aris Quartet is sponsored by scholarships from the "Deutscher Musikrat", the Juetting Foundation, the Villa Musica and the "Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Foundation". They achieved an international breakthrough already with their first competitions they participated in, winning 1st prizes at the "International Johannes-Brahms-Competition 2012" in Pörtschach (Austria), the "European Chamber Music Competition" in Karlsruhe (2013), the "Lenzewski Competition for Contemporary Chamber Music" in Frankfurt (2014) and the "International August-Everding-Competition" for String Quartets in Munich (Germany). They were an official selection of the 7th Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition (July 2015). Their debut recording with works of Haydn, Reger and Hindemith will release by Telos Music Records in September 2015.

Vinzens, Caspar

Vinzens, Caspar

Caspar Vinzens, born 1993 in Munich, has been studying since 2008 with Prof. Roland Glassl at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts. He received valuable musical impulses in masterclasses with Zvi Carmeli, Prof. Roland Glassl, Atar Arad, Stefan Fehlandt and Friedemann Weigle. He has won 1st prizes at the "Bundeswettbewerb Jugend Musiziert", the "International Johannes-Brahms-Competition" 2012 in Pörtschach (Austria), the "European Chamber Music Competition" 2013 in Karlsruhe and the "International August-Everding Music Competition" 2014 in Munich. As a soloist he performed among others with the philharmonic orchestra Gießen and the chamber orchestra Mainz. He is sponsored by the "Freunde junger Musiker e.V.", the Peter Fuld Foundation and the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Foundation Frankfurt. Furthermore he is a scholarship holder of the "Deutsche Musikrat", the Peter Pirazzi Foundation, the Juetting Foundation and the Villa Musica Rheinland-Pfalz. Caspar Vinzens performs in music venues such as the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, the Rheingau Music Festival, the Festival "Trebonska Nocturna" (Czech Republic), the old opera Frankfurt, the Hofburg Palace in Vienna and the "Rheingau Musik Festival" as well as the "Festival quartetto d'archi" in Reggio Emilia (Italy), the "Mozartfest Würzburg" 2014, the "Max-Reger Tage" 2014 in Weiden and the Laeiszhalle Hamburg.

Zipperling, Noémi

Zipperling, Noémi

Noémi Zipperling, born 1991 in Frankfurt, has been studying since 2008 with Prof. Susanne Stoodt at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts. She received valuable musical impulses from Christian Tetzlaff, Heime Müller, Gesine Kalbhenn-Rzepka, Helmut Zehetmair, Ingolf Turban and Stephan Picard. From 2004-2010 she was concertmaster of the Hessen's State Youth Orchestra. Since 2010 she is a member of the Skyline Symphony Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Prof. Michael Sanderling. In the spring of 2012 she was a substitute leader of the 2nd violins in the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra. Noémi Zipperling has won 1st prizes at the "International Johannes-Brahms-Competition" in Pörtschach (Austria), the "European Chamber Music Competition" in Karlsruhe and the "International August-Everding Competition in Munich". As a soloist she performed among others with the Hessen's State Youth Orchestra, the "Youth Orchestra Hochtaunus", the chamber orchestra Mainz and the philharmonic orchestra Gießen. She is sponsored by scholarships from the "Deutscher Musikrat", the Peter Pirazzi Foundation, the Juetting Foundation and the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Foundation. Since spring 2012 she is a scholarship holder of the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes). She has performed throughout Europe at renowned music festivals such as the chamber music festival "Spannungen" in Heimbach, the "Rheingau Musik Festival", the Mecklenburg- Vorpommern Festival, the Festival "Trebonska Nocturna" (Czech Republic) and the "Festival quartetto d'archi" in Reggio Emilia (Italy).

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