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Concert Calendar

03‑05‑2023

Stadthalle an der Orangerie Kirchheimbolanden, Kirchheimbolanden

Alexei Tartakovsky in Kirchheimbolanden

As part of the Steinway Prizewinner Concerts, second prize winner Alexei Tartakovsky will...

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Stadthalle an der Orangerie Kirchheimbolanden

Dr.-Edeltraud-Sießl-Allee 4

67292 Kirchheimbolanden

As part of the Steinway Prizewinner Concerts, second prize winner Alexei Tartakovsky will be a guest at the Orangerie Kirchheimbolanden, Rhineland-Palatinate. The exact program of the evening will be announced shortly.

03‑26‑2023

Beethoven-Haus Bonn, Bonn

Filippo Gorini in Bonn

Filippo Gorini is back in Bonn! On the anniversary of the death of Bonn's greatest son...

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Beethoven-Haus Bonn

Bonngasse 22

53111 Bonn

Filippo Gorini is back in Bonn! On the anniversary of the death of Bonn's greatest son, Gorini plays a recital in the chamber music hall of the Beethoven-Haus Bonn. Works by Johann Sebastian Bach and Ludwig van Beethoven will be performed.

05‑15‑2023

Haus Opherdicke, Holzwickede

Hans Suh's debut at Klavier-Festival Ruhr

Hans Suhs is a invited artist by Yaara Tal and Andreas Groethuysen at the Ruhr Piano...

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Haus Opherdicke

Dorfstr. 29

59439 Holzwickede

In 2021, at the renowned International Telekom Beethoven Competition in Bonn, young Korean pianist Hans Suh not only won First Prize, but also the Audience Prize and two further special prizes. One of the members of the jury was Yaara Tal, who, the previous year, had been honored with the Ruhr Piano Festival Prize along with her piano duo partner Andreas Groethuysen. Recipients of the Ruhr Piano Festival Prize are asked to select a young artist as Festival scholarship holder for the following year. As far as Yaara Tal and Andreas Groethuysen were concerned, the choice was clear: Hans Suh had impressed them with “his playing in an artistic class of its own.” They particularly recalled “the clarity and marked poignancy of his expression, combined with the refined, poetic sensitivity of his touch.” Hans Suh will certainly display those qualities once again on the occasion of his Ruhr Piano Festival début in Holzwickede.