Weithaas, Steckel and Dörken play Tsjaikovski's Pianotrio
Three top musicians in a varied program: Antje Weithaas, Julian Steckel and Kiveli Dörken play the Recital Hall in the Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam with beautiful melodies by Tchaikovsky and sparkling work by Debussy, Glière and Suk.
'Violinist Antje Weithaas combines elegant expressiveness with the precision of a laser beam', according to de Volkskrant . Weithaas takes her colleagues - the top musicians Julian Steckel and Kiveli Dörken - to The Concertgebouw for a varied program with sparkling work by four composers.
Tchaikovsky's Piano Trio
Tchaikovsky's patron, Nadeznja von Meck, asked him in 1880 to write a piece for an occasional trio that would perform in her house – the pianist of this trio was a traveling Frenchman, Claude Debussy. Tchaikovsky refused, as a composer of symphonic music he felt limited in chamber music works. Later he changed his mind and created his Piano Trio , a work somewhat apart from the European tradition, but which in its beautiful melodies and its effective emotionality is one hundred percent Tchaikovsky.
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