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Events of the Circle of Friends
in the winter semester 2021/22

The Scholarship Concert of the Circle of Friends

We are pleased to present the scholarship concert of the Friends of the Karlsruhe University of Music, which unfortunately was not allowed to take place in front of an audience due to the Corona pandemic in the past summer semester of 2021. Selected students and ensembles of the Karlsruhe University of Music who were awarded a scholarship by the Circle of Friends can be heard and seen in this video production.
The programme included works by Péter Eötvös, Maurice Ravel, George Frideric Handel, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Kerry Turner and Ary de Resende Barroso. The video production was technically and editorially supervised by students of the 2nd semester Bachelor of the Institute for Music Journalism under the direction of Prof. Maximilian Richter. The programme was moderated by the Chairman of the Circle of Friends, Dr. h. c. Hans Hachmann.

Programme of the Scholarship Concert

Péter Eötvös (1944)
“Thunder” für eine Basspauke von Péter Eötvös

Leonie Klein
(Schlagzeugklasse von Prof. Isao Nakamura)

Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Tzigane“

Alexander Kozarov
(Violinen-Klasse von Prof. Albrecht Breuninger)
Nargiza Alimova, Klavierr

Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759)
Aus der Oper „Giulio Cesare in Egitto“ HWV 17 die Arie der Cleopatra "Piangerò la sorte mia"

Euikyung Kim
(Opern-Klasse von Prof. Alois Seidelmeier / Julia Varady)
Woojung Jang, Klavier

Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
Ein Ausschnitt aus dem Konzert in f-Moll für Basstuba

Dimitrios Stavroulis
(Tuba-Klasse von Prof. Dirk Hirthe)
Tayuko Nakao-Seibert, Klavier

José L. Elizondo (1972)
aus den „Danzas Latinoamericanas“
I. Otoño en Buenos Aires

Yi-Zhu Wang
(Kammermusik-Klasse von Prof. Peter Buck)

Kerry Turner (1960)
Casbah of Tetouan für Horn-Ensemble

Ary de Resende  Barroso (1903-1964)
(Bearbeitung von Tiago Carneiro)
Aquarela do Brasil (1939)

Horn-Ensemble
(Horn-Klasse von Prof. Will Sanders)
Farzan Bijanidalivand
Johann Cardoso Marianno Pereira
Joao Martinho Campos
Rui Pedro Oliveira Pires
Felipe Santos Freitas da Silva

 

Moderation
Dr. h. c. Hans Hachmann, Vorsitztender des Freundeskreises der Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe e.V.

Aufnahme
Prof. Maximilian Richter und die Studierenden des  2. Semesters Bachelor des Insituts für Musikjournalismus der Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe

Circle of Friends Personal online

We would like to cordially invite the members of the circle of friends, the students and friends of music to the series "Freundeskreis Persönlich", which will take place online in the summer semester 2021 due to corona.

Circle of Friends Personal
"Never look at the trombones, you only give them courage!" (Igor Stravinsky)
Dr. h. c. Hans Hachmann in conversation with Brandt Attema, Professor of Trombone.

In this conversation, the chairman of the Circle of Friends, Dr. h.c. Hans Hachmann, talks to Professor Brandt Attema, who teaches the trombone class at the Karlsruhe University of Music and gives insights into his life and musical work.

As the successor to Werner Schrietter, the Dutch bass trombonist Brandt Attema has been a professor at the Karlsruhe University of Music since October 2019. Attema, in addition to versatile activities in prominent ensembles in his homeland, has been successfully touring worldwide for many years as a duo with harpist Astrid Haring.

The conversation was recorded at MUTprobe 1 on 6 May 2021.

Compositions that were heard in conversation:

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Aus dem "Requiem d-Moll (KV 626) "Tuba Mirum"
(Karajan/Wiener Philharmoniker; Burchuladse/Cole)

Joseph Haydn
Aus dem Oratorium: "Die Schöpfung", Chor Nr. 26 „Vollendet ist das große Werk“
(Karajan/Wiener Singverein, Berliner Philharmoniker)

Ludwig Beethoven
Equale WoO 30/II für vier Posaunen
(Southeast Trombone Symposium faculty 2020)

Maurice Ravel
BOLERO
(CD musicPartner/Peters, Posaune-Probespielstellen)

Ferdinand David
Concertino für Posaune und Orchester op. 4
(Karl-Heinz Steffens, Israel Philharmonic, Sol.: Nir Erez)

Martijn Padding
„Schumann’s last procession“ (duo ATTEMA HARING)

Circle of Friends Personal
You can't blow more beautifully than "Fräulein Klarinette"... - Brahms on the Meiningen court musician Mühlfeld
Dr. h. c. Hans Hachmann in conversation with Julius Kircher, Professor of Clarinet.

On 27 April 2021, Dr. h. c. Hans Hachmann invited Prof. Julius Kircher to a conversation in MutProbe 1.

As the successor to Wolfgang Meyer and Georg Arzberger respectively, Julius Kircher has been a professor of clarinet at the Karlsruhe University of Music since October 2019. In addition to various positions as solo clarinettist in renowned orchestras, Kircher has made a name for himself as a member of the internationally award-winning wind quintet Alcega. In conversation with Hans Hachmann, chairman of the Friends of the University, he introduces himself, his work and his instrument with sound samples.

Compositions that were heard in conversation:

  1. Jörg Widmann
    Fantasie für Klarinette solo (1993) - frei rhapsodisch

    Julius Kircher (Klarinette)
     
  2. Pavel Haas
    Wind Quintet Op. 10 (1929) -
    1. Preludio. Andante ma vivace
    Acelga Quintett: Hanna Mangold (Flöte), Sebastian Poyault (Oboe), Julius Kircher (Klarinette), Amanda Kleinbart (Horn), Antonia Zimmermann (Fagott)

     
  3. Béla Bartók
    Kontraste für Violine, Klarinette und Klavier, Verbunkos
    Benny Goodman (Klarinette), Joseph Szigeti (Violine), Bela Bartok (Klavier)

     
  4. Johannes Brahms
    Sonate für Klarinette und Klavier f-moll op. 120 Nr. 1
    II. Andante un poco adagio
    Wolfgang Meyer (Klarinette), Polish Radio Orchestra Warsaw, Wojciech Rajski (Dirigent)

     
  5. Franz Schubert
    Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, D965 (Wilhelm Müller, von Chézy)
    Sibylle Rubens (Sopran), Ulrich Eisenlohr (Klavier), Nikolaus Friedrich (Klarinette)