Der mehrfach ausgezeichnete Pianist und Host Yannick Rafalimanana lädt im März zum elften Mal in seinen zauberhaften Musiksalon ein.
Selten erlebt man Kammermusik so sehr "zum Anfassen" wie bei diesem Format am Weißen See. Eine Bühne im klassischen Sinne gibt es nicht - stattdessen sitzen die Musikerinnen und Musiker mitten im Publikum.
Beginn: 19:30 Uhr
Tickets: Ab 18,00 Euro (zzgl. VVK-Gebühr) - jetzt online, am Empfang und an der Abendkasse erhältlich!
Über Yannick Rafalimanana
Piano & Host of the show
Der französische Pianist Yannick Rafalimanana kann auf eine beachtliche internationale Karriere mit Auftritten als Solist und Kammermusiker in ganz Europa, den USA, Südamerika, Afrika, Asien und in Nahost zurückblicken. Gespielt hat er u.a. in der Berliner Philharmonie, in der Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Chamber Hall, im Wiener Konzerthaus, der Jordan Hall mit dem Borromeo String Quartet, im Kennedy Center in Washington und vielen weiteren namhaften Konzerthäusern.
Geboren im französischen Lille, begann Yannick Rafalimanana seine musikalischen Studien am dortigen Conservatoire National de Région bei Alain Raës. Später studierte er am Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris und absolvierte seinen Abschluss in Klavier, Klavierbegleitung und Kammermusik mit Auszeichnung. Weiterführende Studien führten ihn ans New England Conservatory, wo er ein Diplom in Klavierbegleitung sowie einen Master in Kammermusik in der Klasse von Vivian Weilerstein machte.
Von 2015 bis 2018 unterrichtete Yannick Rafalimanana Kammermusik an der Folkwang Universität der Künste in Essen.
Seit Juni 2022 tritt er als Host und Pianist für sein eigens gegründetes Format "Yannicks Salon" im Bildungs- und Kulturzentrum Peter Edel auf. Das Debut fand im Rahmen der Fête de la Musique 2022 in Berlin statt.
Gäste im März 2024...
Munich born violinist Viviane Hagner has won exceptional praise for her highly intelligent musicality and passionate artistry. Since making her international debut at the age of 12, and a year later participating in the legendary ‘joint concert’ of the Israel and Berlin Philharmonics (conducted by Zubin Mehta in Tel Aviv), Hagner has acquired a depth and maturity in her playing that is reflected in her serene stage presence and magnificent assurance.
Appearing with the world’s great orchestras, Hagner’s concerto appearances include the Berlin Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Chicago Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Leipzig Gewandhaus, New York Philharmonic and the Philharmonia Orchestra, working with conductors such as Ashkenazy, Barenboim, Eschenbach and Salonen as well as a Carnegie Hall appearance with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.
This season includes the premiere of Christian Jost’s second Concerto for Violin and Orchestra Concerto noir with Orchestre Symphonique Bienne Soleure, and a return to Lammermuir Festival with Till Fellner, with whom her recital partnership continues. Joining Karl-Heinz Steffens and the Norrköping Symfoniorkester, Hagner performs Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 1. In Spain she joins Mozarteum Salzburg and Sinfonia Varsovia on tour. She also continues her project performing Schoenberg’s Verklärte Nacht which introduces a visual element to the piece; with mime artists Bodecker & Neander, she tours Torino, Firenze, and Bologna.
Highlights from last season include performances with the orchestras of Berlin’s Komische Oper under Ainars Rubikis and Prague’s National Opera under Karl-Heinz Steffens as well as the Orquestra de Valencia with Alexander Liebreich. With Till Fellner, Hagner has toured Austria, Germany and Spain. Recent highlights in North America include returning to the National Arts Centre Orchestra Ottawa for performances of Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante alongside Pinchas Zukerman and a residency in Vancouver performing Unsuk Chin’s Violin Concerto with Otto Tausk as well as chamber music and masterclasses.
As well as bringing insight and virtuosity to the central concerto repertoire, Hagner is an ardent advocate of new, neglected and undiscovered music, championing composers such as Sofia Gubaidulina, Karl Amadeus Hartmann and Witold Lutoslawski. The dedicatee of Unsuk Chin’s Violin Concerto, she gave its world premiere in 2002 with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester and Kent Nagano, and has since performed the work across Europe, the US and as far afield as Brazil. Last season she gave the Polish premiere with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra and also returned to the George Enescu Festival for the Romanian premiere with the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra.
A committed chamber musician, Hagner regularly appears in concert halls such as the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Berlin Konzerthaus, London’s Wigmore Hall, Palais des Beaux Arts Brussels and Zurich Tonhalle. Performing at festivals across the world, past invitations include the Ravello Festival, Salzburg Easter Festival and the Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival.
Hagner’s recorded offerings include Vieuxtemps Violin Concerti 4 and 5 on the Hyperion label, and the Canadian company Analekta’sreleaseof Unsuk Chin’s Violin Concerto with Kent Nagano and the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. Her performance of Christian Jost’s TiefenRausch conducted by the composer with the Essen Philharmonic was issued by the Capriccio label to critical acclaim.
Hagner dedicates herself to outreach activities for audiences of all ages. She is a founder and Artistic Director of Krzyżowa-Music, an ambitious festival promoting the exchange of ideas and culture while allowing young and aspiring musicians the opportunity to rehearse and perform with internationally acclaimed artists. Residing in Berlin where she grew up, she has been Professor at the Mannheim Conservatory of Music and Performing Arts since 2013.
Cellist Mikayel Hakhnazaryan is known as a versatile musician in the world of classical music – as a member of the Kuss Quartet, with which he is performing worldwide in all concert halls like the Philharmonie Berlin, Carnegie Hall New York, Wigmore Hall London, Musikverein Vienna and at festivals as Rheingau Festival, Salzburg and Lucerne, to name a few. Regular chamber music partners are Miklós Perényi, Mischa Maisky, Paul Meyer, Mojca Erdmann and Sarah Maria Sun. Born into a musical family, Mikayel continued his studies after graduation from the State Conservatory in Armenia with Tibor Varga and Marcio Carneiro in Sion and completed them at the Musikakademie Basel with Prof. Ivan Monighetti. He was deeply inspired by Steven Isserlis, attending his master classes numerous times and calls him his mentor. During his studies in Switzerland he appeared regularly as a soloist with the Chamber Orchestra Tibor Varga and with the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra as well as with the National Youth Symphony Orchestra of Armenia. At that time he was a member of the Basel String Quartet and the Zurich String Trio. Chamber music is the most central element in Mikayel’s career, after being part of the Open Chamber Music Festival of IMS Prussia Cove for years, he played in numerous festivals wordwide. Mikayel was Guest Principal Cello at the Basque National Orchestra, Lucerne Symphony Orchestra and is regularly invited by Camerata Bern, Camerata Salzburg, Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Kammerorchester Basel, Gstaad Festival Orchestra, Cappella Andrea Barca, among others. Since 2014 he is Principal Cello of the Munich Chamber Orchestra and regularly guest at the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and their chamber music groups (12 Cellists/ Scharoun Ensemble). He is giving chamber music masterclasses at the Jeunesses Musicales, Royal Birmingham Conservatory, Suntory Hall Tokyo and other institutions. In the past years Mikayel performed as solist with the Armenian National Youth Symphony Orchestra, Munich Chamber Orchestra and the Georgian Chamber Orchester Ingolstadt. Mikayel plays on a cello by Andrea Castagneri from 1735.