Chamber Music Concert

Brahms Trio

Musicians of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra with works by Brahms and Dohnány


Sunday | 11/05/2023
6:00 pm Start of Concert
Konzertsaal im Kulturpalast, Dresden
Floor Plan
17 €

About the Concert

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In chamber music, when we speak of a trio, we usually mean a piano or string trio. But there are also quite different combinations, and Johannes Brahms was one of the composers who created works for such unusual sound combinations. Perhaps his trio for horn, piano and violin is a reminiscence of his own youth, since he played all three instruments himself. It is a showpiece for every horn player and an extremely successful rarity in music history. In addition, this concert features a sextet by the Hungarian Dohnány, whose talent Brahms recognised and personally promoted. Its four movements place it in the 19th century, but at the same time it takes up the stylistic panorama of the 1930s, the period in which it was composed.


Johannes Brahms
Trio in E flat major for piano, violin and horn op. 40

Ernő Dohnányi
Sextet for piano, clarinet, horn and string trio in C major op. 37 (1935)


Sebastian Ludwig
Daniel Hochstöger
David Coral
Adela-Maria Bratu
Matan Gilitchensky
Bruno Borralhinho


Daniel Hochstöger

Solo clarinettist

aniel Hochstöger was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1992. At music school he learned clarinet, recorder and piano. After attending several talent development projects, he studied clarinet at the Konservatorium Wien Privatuniversität with Matthias Schorn, where he graduated with an excellent bachelor's degree in 2013.  He then studied clarinet at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz with Gerald Pachinger (Master) and recorder (concert subject) at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna with Carsten Eckert. At the Academy of Music "Hanns Eisler" he also completed a master's degree in clarinet (with Martin Spangenberg).

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David Coral

David Coral was born in Colombia. He began his musical education at the age of 8 with traditional instruments from his homeland, learning both bandola and tiple as well as piano and guitar, among other instruments. 

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Adela-Maria Bratu

Second violins prelude

Acclaimed for the “intimate beauty” of her playing “with which she charmed” the audience (Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten), Adela Bratu started her musical journey on the advice of her kindergarten teacher. After passing the entrance examination at the music high school of her home city – the Carmen Sylva College of Ploiesti, Adela received her first violin lesson at the age of six. Soon after, she began to succeed in various national and international competitions, such as the Paul Constantinescu Competition, W.A. Mozart Competition, Garabet Avachian Competition, and the National Music Olympics.

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Matan Gilitchensky

Deputy solo violist

Matan Gilitchensky, born in Israel, received his first viola lessons at the age of 15 with Lilach Levanon at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music (Tel Aviv). He graduated there with a Bachelor of Music degree in 2011, and continued his studies at the Berlin University of the Arts with Hartmut Rohde, graduating with a Solo Master's degree.

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Bruno Borralhinho

Portuguese cellist and conductor Bruno Borralhinho is a member of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra and Artistic Director of Ensemble Mediterrain.

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