Trio Marvin

Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition 2018
Sjostakovitsj, Brahms
Sun 10 Apr ’22 14:15 uur

Trio Marvin
Marina Grauman, violin
Marius Urba, cello
Dasol Kim, piano

Brahms - Piano Trio no. 1 in B, op. 8 
Ravel - Piano Trio in a (1914)

Sun 10 Apr ’22
14:15 uur
  • Sun 10 Apr ’22
    14:15 uur
    small hall
  • Take advantage with a multi-selection

Founded only recently in Leipzig in 2016, the Marvin Trio already won a major award: the Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Hochschulwettbewerb 2017. A year later they once again attracted attention in Melbourne.

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In 2018 this trio actually won more than just the one competition in Melbourne: they also won the prestigious ARD Musikwettbewerb as well as the International Chamber Music Competition Franz Schubert. Never change a winning team, you'd think. But they did, and the pianist at that! But... the new pianist is none other than the notorious Queen Elisabeth Competition winner Dasol Kim. So Trio Marvin is now considered to be one of the leading chamber ensembles of Germany. They bring a glowing programme featuring works by Brahms and Ravel.

This concert doesn't have an interval and comes with a selection of cheeses and a glass of wine (or a different drink).

Waarom Johannes Brahms op 56-jarige leeftijd besloot nog eens te gaan sleutelen aan een jeugdwerk is een raadsel. Misschien vanwege die ongelooflijk mooie melodie waarmee zijn Pianotrio opus 8 opent. Want die liet hij in tact. Gelukkig maar! De zangerige melodie, die zachtjes in de piano begint en al snel wordt overgenomen door cello en viool, heviger en heviger zijn vreugde bezingend, is van grote schoonheid. Wel componeerde hij een nieuw, gespierd tweede thema. Daarmee laat hij die melodie nog fraaier uitkomen. Romanticus Brahms op z’n allermooist.

Exotische invloeden en oorlogsdreiging inspireerden Maurice Ravels Pianotrio uit 1914. Baskische sferen, Maleisische lyriek en oude Spaanse dansen kleuren de eerste drie delen. Maar dan, in het laatste deel, voel je opeens de dreiging van de tijd waarin werk het ontstond. De Eerste Wereldoorlog, de geladen sfeer, de opbouwende spanning, het patriotisme, de roes. Nadat hij zijn Pianotrio voltooide, meldde Ravel zich bij het leger. Gevochten heeft hij niet. Zijn gezondheid liet dat niet toe. Hij vervoerde gewonde soldaten van het front.

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