Lars Vogt, Christian & Tanja Tetzlaff peform Beethoven
Date: 17th August 2017
Venue: Great Hall
A concert pianist and conductor, Lars was born in West Germany in 1970. He founded the Spannungen festival in 1998 and in 2015 was named as music director of the Royal Northern Sinfonia. Lars has won the Brahmspreis, the Echo Klassic and the Großer Kulturpreis der rheinischen Sparkassen.
Born to a couple of amateur musicians, Christian started playing the violin at the age of 6. His soloist performances have received critical acclamations. In 2012, he won the Gramophone Award for the best chamber recording.
Sister of Christian Tetzlaff, Tanja was part of the trio that won the Gramophone Award in 2012. She studied cello at the Musikhochschule in Hamburg and won the International Music Competition and the ARD International Competition. Through her career, she has performed in Europe, America and Asia - receiving a positive response from all around the globe.
A tribute to the late virtuoso - Beethoven, the concert features some of his iconic pieces. The concert is a two-hour-twenty-minute Beethoven spectacle with music composed by the legend. The show will capture the different elements present in Beethoven’s compositions and reproduce it with musical panache and poise.
- Royal Northern Sinfonia
- Lars Vogt - Piano / Pipe
- Christian Tetzlaff - Violin
- Tanja Tetzlaff - Cello
- Beethoven - Overture, Adagio - Allegro molto con brio (from "The Creatures of Prometheus", 43).
- Beethoven - Triple Concerto in C, op. 56
- Beethoven - Fourth Symphony in B flat, Op. 60
- Prices of drinks included.
- This concert has a break
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