Lunchpauze concert TU/e

Storioni Festival
Wed 1 Jun ’22 12:40 uur

Sonoro Quartet
Justus Grimm, cello
Danae Dörken, piano
Sturgeons Trio

Repertoire
Joseph Haydn - String Quartet Hob.III, no.81, op.77, no.1 in G r.t. part I
Frank Bridge - 'Four pieces' for cello and piano 
Johannes Brahms - from Piano Trio no.1 op.8 in B gr., part 1 Allegro con brio

Wed 1 Jun ’22
12:40 uur
  • Wed 1 Jun ’22
    12:40 uur
    TU/e Blauwe Zaal
    Free

Anyone in Eindhoven and the surrounding area looking for a beautiful beginning to the month of June is welcome to the sparkling Storioni Festival. This much-vaunted music festival in beautiful Brabant is supported by the internationally-loved Storioni Trio of violinist Wouter Vossen, his brother cellist Marc Vossen and pianist Bart van de Roer.

Now that the trio is celebrating its 25th anniversary and the pandemic has died down, it is time for another exuberant edition of the festival. It will reflect the many experiences that the Storioni Trio have had in the many corners of the world, in small and large halls, in churches and castles. Experiences with lively radio and TV programmes and highly acclaimed CD recordings. highly praised CD recordings. The cork of the Storioni Festival will be popped during this lunch concert in the Blue Hall of the Blue Hall of the Eindhoven University of Technology. 

It is not for nothing that the university's motto is 'Man agitat molem', Latin for 'the mind rules the matter'. For the three musicians will be handing out food for the mind and have enlisted the help of the young international Sonoro Quartet. Sonoro Quartet. They will let us hear how Joseph Haydn They will demonstrate how Joseph Haydn, as a man in his seventies, breathed youthful life into his last music for string quartet. Then you will hear a tribute to the extremely fascinating but much under-performed English composer Frank Bridge, Benjamin Britten's mentor. Two prize-winning German musicians Justus Grimm from Hamburg and pianist Danae Dörken from Düsseldorf. The Storioni Trio themselves will close with one of their favourite pieces, the First Piano Trio by Johannes Brahms. Brahms, which sounds like music between heaven and earth.