JEUDIS DE L'AUDITORY: TENDRE BEETHOVEN - TRIO SYPNIEWSKI, CORDES
In July 1798, Beethoven, at a turning point in his life, began to experience the first symptoms of deafness. Talented pianist, he is known and sought after in Vienna, the musical capital of Europe. His talent as a composer is still influenced by the style of Haydn, his teacher, who saw in him a man who has several heads, several hearts and who will have thoughts that no one has yet had. Mozart, whom he met shortly before his death, said of him: This young man will be talked about.
Thanks to generous patrons, Beethoven enjoyed the pleasures of social life in the capital. The three String Trios op.9 for violin, viola and cello, which he composed, are dedicated to Count Johann Georg von Browne. It would take Beethoven two years to write these trios which he considered to be the best he had written so far.
Two of these three works are being performed tonight by the Sypniewski sisters: Magdalena (violin), Anna (viola) and Caroline (cello). Born into a family of musicians, they played together from an early age and formed a trio that first performed in the same Auditorium in 2016. All three, graduates of the Paris Conservatory and laureates of International Competitions, lead beautiful careers separately and together. Invited by many festivals in France and abroad, they meet with pleasure in Carcassonne for this program written by a composer, who was their age at the time of writing these trios.
Duration: 1h15 with intermission
With: TRIO SYPNIEWSKI
Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770 - 1827)
String trio opus 9 n°1 in G major
String trio opus 9 n° 3 in C minor
- The 25 April 2024 at 20:30