Last night the professors of the German School of Music Weimar held a lively concert at Jang Cheon Art Hall in Shinsa Dong. The professors offered a program of works by Beethoven, Fauré, Reinecke, Ysaÿe, Brahms, Jolivet, Lutoslawski, and Slonimsky. Violin professor Viktoria Kaunzner even showcased an original composition, Coffee Mask for violin and flute. Accompanying on piano were Henri Bonamy, chief conductor for the Munich Youth Orchestra and piano professor at Dong-A University, and Shunji Hirota, piano professor at University of Suwon College of Music.
Professor of Piano André Boainain performed Klavierstücke Op. 118 by Brahms
Photos by Charles Ian Chun.
Professor of Flute Philipp Jundt and Professor of Piano (Dong-A University) Henri Bonamy Reinecke’s Sonata “Undine”, Op. 167 for flute and piano.
Professor of Viola Erwan Richard
Professor of Cello Valentin Andert
(right) Guest Professor of Flute Dorothee Binding
University of Suwon College of Music Shunji Hirota
Chief Conductor of the Munich Youth Orchestra and Dong-A University Professor of Piano Henri Bonamy also taught masterclasses this week for students of Professor André Boainain.
Professor of Violin Viktoria Kaunzner performed Ysaÿe’s Sonata No. 3 in d minor for solo violin.
Erwan Richard chats with Kangnam Hakbo editor Charles Ian Chun.
Photo by Bo Mi Hwang.
Erwan Richard performed Lutoslawski’s Bucolics for viola and cell with Valentin Andert.
Dorothee Binding performed Chant de Linos for flute and piano by Jolivet with Shunji Hirota.
Professor of Violin Viktoria Kaunzner and Professor of Flute Philipp Jundt performed Kaunzner’s Coffee Mask II for violin and flute.
Erwan Richard and Shunji Hirota closed the concert with Slonimsky’s Aria & Burleska.
Valentin Andert performed 7 Variationen über “Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen” WoO 46 by Beethoven and Élégie, Op. 24 by Fauré with Shunji Hirota.
Time to celebrate!