Marie Soldat Pianotrio – CD Presentatie ‘Beethoven & Schubert’: Keiko Shichijo, Cecila Bernardini & Marcus van den Munckhof

31 okt 2021, 16.45
Luther Museum Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Keiko Shichijo - (forte)piano
Keiko & Trio Marie Soldat CD Beeth Shubert COVER-2020.

Voor Keiko Shichijo, Cecile Bernardini en Marcus van den Munckhof was violiste Marie Soldat hèt icoon om hun trio naar te vernoemen. Ontdekt door Brahms als 15-jarig top-talent en door Joseph Joachim als leerlinge gevormd, was het Marie Soldat, die jarenlang als enige vrouw Brahms’ vioolsonates uitvoerde in de Weense Salons en op de Europese podia. En ook nog eens een all-female (!!) strijkkwartet oprichtte.

Programma voor 31 oktober:

Beethoven Pianotrio op. 70-2 in Es- dur 1st movement 
Schubert’s Piano Trio No. 2 in E-flat major for piano, violin and cello, D. 929, 1827, 1st & 2nd movement
Beethoven Pianotrio Op.70-2 in Es-dur 4th movement

Musicians Trio Marie Soldat:
Keiko Shichijo (fortepiano), Cecilia  Bernardini (violin) and Marcus van den Munckhof (cello), foto Bernd Alfan

Trio Marie Soldat was founded in 2017 by three internationally  renowned musicians based in Amsterdam: Keiko Shichijo (fortepiano), Cecilia  Bernardini (violin) and Marcus van den Munckhof (cello). They were brought  together by their shared interest and love for the historical performance practices of the Classical and Romantic piano trio repertoire, as well as for the  original instruments. 

Throughout the years, they have deepened and consolidated their  knowledge and practice of the nineteenth-century playing techniques, assisted  by musicologist Clive Brown and pianist/musicologist Neal Peres da Costa.  Some of the expressive features inherent to nineteenth-century practice that  they incorporate in their playing are portamento, a sparing use of vibrato,  tempo flexibility, tempo rubato and arpeggiation or dislocation of chords in the  piano. The trio performs extensively throughout Europe, and often incorporates  explanations to the audience of the unique characteristics of their research and  performance style. 

The name ‘Trio Marie Soldat’ was inspired by the outstanding nineteenth-century violinist Marie Soldat-Roeger (1863-1955), who played in the tradition of the  French violin school, which influenced many violinists and composers through out the century. There are only a few recordings available of Soldat’s playing, which have been a valuable added source of inspiration and reference in the  trio’s quest for the nineteenth-century performance practice. 

Marie Soldat – remarkable female musician of the Fin-de-Siècle

Violist Marie Soldat made a deep impression on composers and the audience of her time. As a gifted student of the famous violist Joseph Joachim, she was a well-acclaimed concert performer in the circles of Johannes Brahms and Clara Schumann. For many years she was the only woman to play Brahms’ violin concerto. Between the late 1880’s and 1890s, she was also the inspirational force behind the fist all-female professional string quartet and in 1895 she founded the all-female (!!) Soldat-Roeger String Quartet.

CD Beethoven & Schubert

In October 2021, the first CD of Trio Marie Soldat will be released from Linn Records, Outhere and will be available with signatures, on 31 October. Please, pay with cash: €15,-

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Trio Soldat Livestream 22 August Studio 150 Bethlehemkerk, Amsterdam

Locatie

Keiko & Trio Marie Soldat CD Beeth Shubert COVER-2020.

Luther Museum Amsterdam

Nieuwe Keizersgracht 570
1018 VG Amsterdam
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Musicus/ensemble

Keiko & Trio Marie Soldat CD Beeth Shubert COVER-2020.

Keiko Shichijo - (forte)piano

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31 okt 2021, 16.45
Luther Museum Amsterdam, Amsterdam

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