Attention! The concert program of the Brussels Chamber Orchestra is replaced by the concert program of Sebastian Knauer. The concert was moved from 06/10/2020 to 08/19/2020. All tickets remain valid.
At the height of his career, Sebastian Knauer is the brightest German pianist of our day.
Sebastian Knauer was born in Hamburg in 1971. During his impressive career, the pianist performed in more than 50 countries on four continents. Knauer regularly enters the best halls in the world, including the Berlin Philharmonic, the Zurich Tonhalle, the London Wigmore Hall, the New York Lincoln Center, the main halls of Tokyo, Hong Kong, Milan, Munich, Amsterdam, Paris and others. Among the numerous orchestras with which the artist was a soloist - Dresdner Staatskapelle, Bamberg Symphony, NDR Symphony, Hamburg Philharmonic, New York City Opera Orchestra, Shanghai Philharmonic, Zurich Chamber Orchestra.
Knauer performed with many artists in various collaborative projects, in particular with conductor Sir Roger Norrington, violinist Daniel Hope, singers Anna Sophie von Otter and Olaf Baer, Emerson Quartet and Quartet of the Berlin Philharmonic, choreographer John Norome Carrier, group actor John Neumermeyer, Police ”by Steward Copland.
Masterpieces of German music will be heard in a recital:
Bach Choral Prelude "Nun komm der Heiden Heiland" BWV 659
Bach Choral Prelude "Wohl mir dass ich Jesum habe" BWV 147
Mendelssohn "Songs Without Words"
Schubert "Hungarian melody"
Schubert Allegretto in C minor