Künstlersekretariat - Astrid Schoerke

Original premiere: Till Fellner and Mark Padmore perform a new piece by Hans Zender

On 15th January, the original premiere of a composition by Hans Zender can be heard in Dortmund’s Konzerthaus: Entitled “Im Höhlengebirge” (in the cavernous mountains), he composed the two polymeters (songs) for a tenor and piano based on texts by the poet Jean Paul in his 1804 novel “Flegeljahre” (The Awkward Age). A signature characteristic of Hans Zender’s composition is the irrevocable elimination of stylistic and aesthetic uniformity, which reflects his post-modern understanding of art.

The evening’s well-versed duo of Till Fellner and Mark Padmore offer a performance whose outstanding musicality is reflected in their interpretations of both classic and contemporary music. The duo is also known in Dortmund from previous performances. Their last performance in November 2014 was well-received and featured works by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schumann. In addition to Zender’s work, the audience can again look forward to further highlights from Beethoven’s and Schumann’s oeuvre.

15.01.2016 | 20:00 | Konzerthaus Dortmund
16.01.2016 | 20:00 | Laeiszhalle Hamburg

Schumann Papillons op. 2
Zender Im Höhlengebirge, 2 Polymeter von Jean Paul für Tenor und Klavier (2015)
Beethoven An die ferne Geliebte op. 98 Ein Liederkreis von Alois Jeitteles
Schumann Liederzyklus “Dichterliebe” op. 48

Till Fellner (piano), Mark Padmore (tenor)

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