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Lecture recital • Beethoven and Schönberg • Members of the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra • Eva Teimel

Concert | Friday, 29 January 2021 | 7.30 pm | Arnold Schönberg Center

Members of the Vienna Radio Symphony OrchestraFotos: Peter Matzka (© Aleksandra Kawka), Aileen Dullaghan, Martin Kraushofer, Solveig Nordmeyer (© Julia Wesely), Eva Teimel (© Stephan Polzer)
  Peter Matzka violin
  Aileen Dullaghan violin
  Martin Kraushofer viola
  Solveig Nordmeyer violoncello
Eva Teimel presentation

Arnold SCHÖNBERG Streichquartett Nr. 3 op. 30
Ludwig van BEETHOVEN Streichquartett Nr. 15 a-Moll op. 132

Tickets € 14 | Free admission for persons under 26 years

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Ludwig van Beethoven was the epitome of a role model for Schönberg – in his textbooks, his work is a binding example of compositional practice. At the same time, the Viennese classic was an avant-gardist of his time: Beethoven’s late string quartet breaks with the conventions of the genre. Schönberg’s Opus 30 remains faithful to the traditional forms, but transfers them into the sound world of the 20th century with the twelve-tone method.

Cooperation Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra and RadioKulturhaus
As part of the chamber music series of the RSO Vienna »Aus nächster Nähe«

Photos: Aileen Dullaghan, Martin Kraushofer, Solveig Nordmeyer (© Julia Wesely), Peter Matzka (© Aleksandra Kawka), Eva Teimel (© Stephan Polzer)

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