Künstlersekretariat - Astrid Schoerke

Martin Stadtfeld performs with the Munich Chamber Orchestra and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra

Martin Stadtfeld has long been familiar with Mozart’s early works. In the upcoming concerts with the Munich Chamber Orchestra on May 5th in Baden-Baden and on May 29th in Cologne, he sets the most important of Mozart’s early piano concertos, the so-called “Jeunehomme” concerto, in contrast to its predecessor and source of inspiration, the sixth Piano Concerto by Johann Christian Bach. This historical approach paired with Stadtfeld’s musical foresight, owes his interpretation to their effective temperament.
Martin Stadtfeld will perform with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra on May 16th in Bregenz, and again on May 17th in Innsbruck and May 19th in Ljubljana. Here he appears with Nicola Benedetti (violin) and Jan Vogler (violoncello) performing the Beethoven Triple Concerto in C major op. 56. The concerto, heard relatively rarely, comes with humor and typical Beethovian wealth of design, and in combination with the three outstanding soloists, listeners may expect brilliant concert experiences.

05th May Baden-Baden
16th May Bregenz
17th May Innsbruck
19th May Ljubljana
29th May Cologne

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