Benjamin Ziervogel, violin
Raphael Kasprian, violin
Jozef Bisak, viola
Thomas Wiesflecker, violoncello
Péter Bársony, Viola
Martin Rummel, Violoncello
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: String sextet E flat major KV 364
(Editing: Unknown in 1808) Johannes Brahms: String sextet B flat major op. 18
A Sunday morning at the country, six friends meet to play chamber music. They are not just any friends, they are among the best chamber musicians in Austria and beyond: the Carinthian Acies Quartet cultivates the ensemble culture in an exquisite way. Hungarian Péter Barsony is professor of viola at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz. Besides classical concerts for his instrument, he has also recorded an unusual repertoire on CD, such as the complete works of his compatriot Jenő Hubay: Complete works for viola or works by Ödön Pártos. Cellist Martin Rummel teaches and holds concerts worldwide and was a professor in Auckland, New Zealand for many years. His interpretation, according to the French Diapason, convinces with serious modesty and seduces via the sincerity of the examination of the work, far from excessive pathos.
Carinthian families and institutions have been opening their castles, palaces and gardens to the Carinthian music salons since 2016. This year for the first time, Moosburg Castle will play host to the popular salons… The picturesquely elevated late Gothic castle has been owned by the Counts of Goëss since 1708.
Wilhelm Deuer will give a cultural and historical introduction to the venue.