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Pinchas Zuckerman in the University Aula, Oslo


OSLO KAMMERMUSIKKFESTIVAL 18.-26. August

Johannes Brahms piano quintet no 1, then Pinchas Zuckerman, violin, Amanda Forsyth, cello, and Angela Chang, piano in cooperation with two of the many young Norwegian excellent soloists Christopher Tun Andersen, violin and Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad, bratch. Foto Henning Høholt

Johannes Brahms piano quintet no 1,  Pinchas Zuckerman, violin, Amanda Forsyth, cello, and Angela Chang, piano in cooperation with two of the many young Norwegian excellent soloists Christopher Tun Andersen, violin and Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad, bratch. Foto Henning Høholt

OSLO/NORWAY: Third consert in the Oslo Kammermusikkfestival 2016 was a quality hitt, with three internation musicians at the podium, Pinchas Zuckerman, fiolin, Amanda Forsyth, cello and Angela Chang, piano.

Artistic leaer, and one of the three founders of this festival, the excellent violinist Arve Tellefsen, who just celebrated his 80 years birthday a few days ago, opened the concert in the University Aula in Oslo. Foto Henning Høholt.

Artistic leaer, and one of the three founders of this festival, the excellent violinist Arve Tellefsen, who just celebrated his 80 years birthday a few days ago, opened the concert in the University Aula in Oslo. Foto Henning Høholt.

The Program: 

Zuckerman and Chang  opened with Brahms Scherzo from the c-minor sonata

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Followed by Franz Schuberts pianotrio nr. 1. Brilliantly played by the three outstanding soloists, with a lot of superb details.

After the break the Johannes Brahms piano quintet no 1, then Pinchas Zuckerman, violin, Amanda Forsyth, cello, and Angela Chang, piano in cooperation with two of the many young Norwegian excellent soloists Christopher Tun Andersen, violin and Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad, bratch.

A good and inspiring cooperation between all five, and giving the two young norwegian soloists the possibility to cooperate with international capacities, that they managed very well.

 

 

All the outstanding soloists being applauded from the completely full Aula at the Old University in Oslo, surrounded by Edvard Munch paintings. Photo Henning Høholt

All the outstanding soloists being applauded from the completely full Aula at the Old University in Oslo, surrounded by Edvard Munch paintings
. Photo Henning Høholt

The Festival program is long:  https://www.facebook.com/oslokammermusikkfestival/photos/a.10153592658150559.1073741831.292548825558/10153597328945559/?type=3 

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