Upcoming lecture recitals


Guillermo Graetzer
(133) Thursday, 3. May 2018 Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt Berlin, Musikclub

A Jew from Vienna in Buenos Aires: Guillermo Graetzer (1914 - 1993)

Musical life in both northern and southern America benefitted from the expulsion of Jewish musicians from central Europe, especially if they had the chance to become fully integrated. This was the case with Wilhelm Grätzer (Guillermo Graetzer in Argentinia). He had studied with Ernst Lothar v. Knorr and Paul Hindemith in Berlin, and later with Paul Amadeus Pisk in Vienna. 1938 he fled, together with his close family, to Buenos Aires. He became an influential teacher and a well respected composer. His music encompasses different styles from Post-Hindemith to serialism.

Sestina for violin and piano (1976)
Epitafio para J. J. Castro for clarinet and piano (1982)
Grave for violin solo (1945)
Movements from 3 toccatas (1938) and 5 bagatelas (1946) for piano

Melina Paetzold, clarinet
Clemens Linder, violin
Holger Groschopp, piano
Carlos Graetzer (the composer's son, himself a composer) and Antonio Spiller (Argentinian born violinist) talk with Peter Sarkar



Following lecture recitals


(135) Thursday, 21. June 2018 Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt Berlin, Musikclub
Building bridges with music: The German-American composer Samuel Adler



Admission: 8 Euros, for students 6 Euros
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