Gunter Teuffel Plays Hindemith's Viola d’amore
Sunday, 6 October 2013, 5:30 PM and 8:00 PM (repeat performance)
The concert will be recorded by hr2 kultur
Gunter Teuffel, solo violist in the Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart and enthusiastic viola d’amore interpreter, will play Hindemith's own instrument. Together with Annette Schäfer (viola d’amore), Sigrun Richter (lute) and Isabel von Bernstorff (piano), he will interpret works of Antonio Vivaldi, Franz Biber, Linus Koehring and Paul Hindemith.
Special Concert: Hindemith's Birthday
Saturday, 16 November 2013, 11:00 AM
On the programme of the pianist Nicholas Rimmer are works of Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Paul Hindemith and Viktor Ullmann. Nicholas Rimmer won the German Music Competition in 2006 and 2010 and is an internationally sought-after piano partner. He teaches piano at the Music Academy in Hannover.
Lieder of Paul Hindemith and Jens Josef (UA) to Poems of Christian Morgenstern
9 December 2013, 5:30 PM
Cordula Stepp (soprano) sings lieder of Dmitri Shostakovich, Paul Hindemith, Paul Graener and Jens Josef. She will be accompanied by Klemens Althapp.
Bach and Hindemith
15 December 2013, 5:30 PM
Michael Hasel, flutist with the Berlin Philharmonic, and Andreas Sommer (piano) play works of Johann Sebastian Bach and Paul Hindemith.
Event location: Cowherds' Tower, Große Rittergasse 118, 60594 Frankfurt /M.
Ticket reservation: possible immediately // Admission: 8 Euros, reduced price 6 Euros
Time: Sundays at 5:30 PM // The concert will be repeated at 8:00 PM if there is great demand.
Contact: institut(at)hindemith.org, Tel. 069 597 03 62
Contact person: Karin Berrío, Press and Public Relations
Organisers: Hindemith Institute in Frankfurt, Eschersheimer Landstraße 29-39, 60322 Frankfurt /M.
Further information: www.hindemith.info/kabinett/konzerte
Chamber Music in the Cowherds' Tower
The composer's former flat houses the (possibly) smallest concert hall in the world. There is room for 25 listeners in his former music room. The special atmosphere in the Cowherds' Tower attracts outstanding interpreters to Frankfurt. It connects Hindemith's music like a red thread.