One of the underlying principles of Johannes Brahms’s works is the way the composer creatively engages with a range of musical traditions, from the old German folk song through the madrigal to Viennese Classicism and the Romanticism of the likes of Schumann and Mendelssohn.
The young cellist Julia Hagen is known as one of the most promising instrumentalists of her generation. Most recently she has made her debut with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra as well as with the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra at the famous Suntory Hall in Tokyo.
Annika Treutler grew up in Detmold and is now based in Berlin. She studied with Prof. Matthias Kirschnereit at the Rostock College of Music and Drama and Prof. Bernd Goetzke at the Hanover College of Music, Drama and Media. The young artist won third prize at the Montreal International Piano Competition in 2014 national
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Sechs Lieder 1. Wie Melodien zieht es mir op. 105/1 2. Sapphische Ode op. 94/4
Sonate op. 38 in e-Moll 3. Allegro non troppo 4. Allegretto quasi Menuetto 5. Allegro
Sechs Lieder 6. Feldeinsamkeit op. 86/2 7. Liebestreu op. 3/1
Sonate op. 99 in F-Dur 8. Allegro vivace 9. Adagio affettuoso 10. Allegro passionate 11. Allegro molto
Sechs Lieder 12. Minnelied op. 71/5 13. Wiegenlied op. 49/4