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The 1820s marked the most crucial years for Beethoven’s music, often characterized as his “Late Period.” During this period, Beethoven penned some of his most visionary works that left many audiences baffled. Living in the shadow of Beethoven, Schubert created some of his most expressive works, stretching the rules of Classical harmony and structure. Meanwhile in Leipzig, a young teenage prodigy, Mendelssohn, created vivacious chamber music works, eagerly looking into the future for expressive possibilities without sacrificing the respect for musical traditions of the past.

PROGRAM:

Schubert, Franz (1797-1828): Fantasy in f minor for piano four-hands, D. 940 (1828)

Schubert, Franz (1797-1828): Nocturne in E-flat Major op. 148

Schubert, Franz (1797-1828: Ave Maria

van Beethoven, Ludwig (1770-1827): Sonata No. 32 for piano in c minor, Op. 111 (1821-22)

Chopin Frédéric (1810-1849): Nocturne Op. 9/1-2

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix (1809-47): Piano Sextet in D Major, Op. 110 (1824)

PIANO: MÉLODIE ZHAO, VIVIAN LOUISE TSUI, ANTONIO MORANT ALBELDA

VIOLIN: ASHLEY TONG VIOLA: ELINOR DAVID- LARSEN, ELIN KLEPPA MICHAELSEN

CELLO: CLARA LINDENBAUM, RAINER CROSETT

MEZZO-SOPRAN: MARIE-ELISE HERREDSVELA

MEZZO-SOPRAN: IZABELA LOVISKA