Concert with Ludwig Güttler, Friedrich Kircheis and Volker Stegmann

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Father and son, teacher and pupil, brothers in spirit in the interest of impact – not infrequently a joint musical effort spans several generations, a particular kind of “community of common destiny” that unites musicians. Alongside the performance of the individual works comprising this Easter Monday concert – in a dramaturgically logical and contrast-minded sequence – musicians Ludwig Güttler (trumpet and corno da caccia), Volker Stegmann (trumpet and corno da caccia), and Friedrich Kircheis (organ) seek to draw attention to and shed light on these special connections and relationships. And so the programme brings together Johann Sebastian Bach, his son Carl Philipp Emanuel, as well as two of the elder Bach’s students, Gottfried August Homilius and Johann Ludwig Krebs.
The father-son relationship and the family connection promoted not only direct music-making but also music-creating. And thus arrived these musicians at their wonderful manifestations of creativity – to be passed on to the audience at this concert.

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Friedrich Kircheis, Ludwig Güttler

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Volker Stegmann

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Friedrich Kircheis, Ludwig Güttler

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Volker Stegmann