Fr. 14. June '24 18:00 Uhr
Duisburg Lehmbruck Museum

Im Freien

Education Presentation


€ 10 | 8 (reduced) | 4 (children)

Arcadi Volodos auf dem Klavierfestival Ruhr 2020

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Pupils from Duisburg-Marxloh (Dance & Music)
Fabian Müller

Béla Bartók Im Freien

The Hungarian composer Béla Bartók was not only a passionate folk music researcher but also a great lover of nature. During walks, extensive hikes, and mountain tours, he sought relaxation and refreshment, observed animals and natural phenomena, listened to the sounds of day and night, and drew inspiration from them. An impressive testament to this connection with nature is the piano cycle ‘Out of Doors’ (1926).

At this year’s festival, you can experience Bartók’s fascinating music in a very special format. Surrounded by the sculptures of Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Fabian Müller will perform ‘Out of Doors’ together with two classes from Marxloh. ‘I play and feel that the music evokes the same response in the children as it does in me,’ reports Müller, who has played a central role in the festival’s education work for more than ten years and, despite his busy concert schedule, returns year after year to Sandstraße Primary School and Elly-Heuss-Knapp-Gymnasium. ‘This allows us to create a total work of art together.’ At the beginning of the evening, the unique aspects of Bartók’s music will be introduced through the musical and dance work of the children.

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Fabian Müller

During the last seasons, Fabian Müller could establish himself as one of the most remarkable German pianists of his generation. He caused a great sensation at the International ARD music competition in Munich 2017, when he not only won 2nd prize in the overall ranking, but was awarded with not less than four additional prizes: the audience prize, the Brothers Busch award, the special prize Genuin classics as well as the Henle Urtext award. The Süddeutsche Zeitung commented on his festival performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3: “This was played eminently clear, transparent, exciting in each phrase and every single tone. To play with such a controlled and round touch, but with fine expression and sense for structure and tension curves, is a stroke of luck.”


Lehmbruck Museum

Das Lehmbruck Museum liegt im Zentrum der Stadt im Kant-Park. Mit seiner mehr als 100-jährigen Geschichte gehört das Lehmbruck Museum zu den traditionsreichsten Häusern Deutschlands....




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