Today we are at the Composer Focus Day at the Wigmore Hall London, which is dedicated to Friedrich Cerha. There we will perform his Three Pieces for cello and piano as a world premiere.
At the festival Wege durch das Land, we make two readings of Schiller’s Räubers together with Jens Harzer and Marina Galic. We will play works by Schumann, Mozart and Bloch.
From today on, we will record our next CD at the Deutschlandfunk in Cologne. We are looking forward to be deeply involved with small works by Franz Schubert, George Enescu, Mel Bonis, Hans Werner Henze and other.
Today we are visiting a school for Rhapsody in School once more. This time it’s the composition class of the Mendelssohn-Bartholdy-Gynasium in Berlin – Prenzlauer Berg.
Our latest release has received the Supersonic Award ausgezeichnet! Read the review here.
Our new CD with works by Ludwig van Beethoven has been published by Hänssler Profil on July 14. The CD contains the Archduke Trio and the Kakadu Variations as well as the Trio Movement WoO 39.
“Here the Boulanger Trio sounded audibly “at home”: spirited and highly energetic with that characteristic of overpowering directness so distinct in Sibelius and Kuula’s music. (…) An encore (Arvo Pärt: Mozart) and much applause – an illuminating evening.”
“A very intensive CD full of wonderful moments, played by a trio to whom the mystery of music is very important.”
“The wonderfully light-footed fast movements breathed a playful wit, Schubert’s work showed its gayest and most relaxing side. Touching intimacy won, however, the delicately singing “Andante un poco mosso”, which became the lyrical highlight of the evening.”
“This is not only a wonderful CD, but one of the best chamber music recordings of the last few months! The language with which the Boulanger Trio understands to translate the three works by Brahms, Liszt and Schoenberg into sound is touching..”
Berlin, Studios Nalepastrasse
Works by Friedrich Cerha
Berlin, Piano Salon Christophori
with Andrè Schuen, baritone
Works by Beethoven
Boulangerie with Friedrich Cerha
Works by Mozart, Berg and Cerha