Musik & Theater

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Ladies Night
Barbara Moser and Thomas Albertus Irnberger

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Barbara Moser and Thomas Albertus Irnberger demonstrate that the work of some female composers stands equal to that of even their most brilliant male colleagues. The programme includes the Swedish composer Amanda Röntgen-Maier, who died at an early age and is nowadays virtually forgotten; the 19th-century musician Pauline Viardot, who had an extraordinarily wide range of talents; Germany’s Luise Adolpha le Beau, one of Clara Schumann’s piano students, who knew both Brahms and Liszt; and the distinguished pioneer Amy Beach, the first American woman to write a symphony.

Pauline Viardot, Sonatina in A minor
Luise Adolpha le Beau, Romance, Op. 35
Amanda Röntgen-Maier, Six pieces for violin and piano
Amy Beach, Sonata in A minor, Op. 34

Tickets: Band A €35/ B €30/ C €25; box seats €45
Children and young people: A €20 / B €15 / C €9

  • Piano: Barbara Moser
  • Violin: Thomas Albertus Irnberger