Berliner Barock Solisten

mit Noah Bendix-Balgley und Augustin Hadelich
Berliner Barock Solisten Noah Bendix-Balgley Violin Augustin Hadelich Violin Albrecht Mayer Oboe
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Adagio und Fuge c-Moll KV 546 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Konzert für Violine und Orchester D-Dur KV 218 Pause Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concertone für zwei Violinen und Orchester C-Dur KV 190 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Adagio und Allegro für eine Flötenuhr f-Moll KV 594, für Streicher bearbeitet von Oskar Jockel Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Rondeau. Allegro aus der Serenade D-Dur KV 250 („Haffner-Serenade“)


Certainly a highlight of our Chamber Orchestra International series this season: for the Mozart programme with Artist in Residence Augustin Hadelich, we welcome the Berlin Baroque Soloists and the First Concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic Noah Bendix-Balgley in the Große Saal. „Founded in 1995 by Rainer Kussmaul, Raimar Orlovsky, members of the Berlin Philharmonic and leading musicians of the early music scene with the aim of performing 17th and 18th century music with modern instruments at the highest artistic level. The conscious decision to play on modern or modernised old instruments is in no way opposed to an approach to 'historical' performance practice,“ the ensemble emphasises in its self-description.

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