Emmanuel Tjeknavorian © Uwe Arens (Zur freien Verwendung bei Print- und Online-Medien unter Nennung des Copyrights)
Emmanuel Tjeknavorian
Jeremias Fliedl © Jeremias Fliedl (Zur freien Verwendung bei Print- und Online-Medien unter Nennung des Copyrights)
Jeremias Fliedl
Maximilian Kromer ©  Andrej Grilc (Zur freien Verwendung bei Print- und Online-Medien unter Nennung des Copyrights)
Maximilian Kromer
Mon 3.8.2020 / 19:30
Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, violin
Jeremias Fliedl, cello
Maximilian Kromer, piano

Joseph Haydn: Trio G major Hob. XV/25 Zigeunertrio for piano, violin und violoncello
Johannes Brahms: Piano Trio No. 3 in C minor op. 101
Ludwig van Beethoven: Trio B flat major op. 97 Erzherzogtrio for violin, violoncello and piano

Was it homesickness that prompted Haydn to write his most famous trio in London? During his second stay in England between 1794 and 1797, the twelve pieces Hob. XV/18 to 29 were published in London. In the spirited third movement of the so-called Gypsy Trio, entitled à l’ongarese, Haydn marvellously allows the trio play in a manner which lends itself to dance, with true folk song motifs that gave the trio its name. Whether it was ever as artistic on the rural dance floor, is anyone’s guess.
Johannes Brahms also acquired his musical “dialect” from a distance. In the case of the Hamburg native, the folk music quotations, czardas or Ländler sounds are a nod to his adopted home, Vienna. As Brahms’ girlfriend Elisabeth von Herzogenberg wrote, “his moving, emotionally extremely condensed trio from the summer of 1886 only causes one to feel a lack at the end, because it is over, and one wanted to have more of it.”
Beethoven had long since arrived in the heart of the Danube metropolis when he dedicated the B flat major Trio op. 97 to his pupil, the Archduke Rudolph of Austria in 1811.
Star Violinist Emmanuel Tjeknavorian and his long-time friend and piano partner Maximilian Kromer have joined forces with the young cellist Jeremias Fliedl, from Klagenfurt, to form a trio for their concert in Ossiach. Fliedl studied with Igor Mitrovič, Heinrich Schiff and Clemens Hagen and has already won many awards. All three are passionate chamber musicians.

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