In addition to large orchestra projects, MEETMIKULSKI Kulturmanagement presents a number of top-class chamber music projects, from the small duo and trio programs through string quartets, Stuttgart-Consort brass quintet to octets with different instrument formations:
horn, violin and piano
Is still a rather rare case in chamber music. Every single soloist has to demonstrate all his skills and master his instrument absolutely perfectly.
DARIUSZ MIKULSKI (horn), KSENIA DUBROVSKAYA (violin) and the pianist PIERRE-LAURENT BOUCHARLAT - all three perform throughout Europe as soloists in a wide variety of formations. The expressiveness of each individual, as well as the harmonious interplay of the CONCORNO TRIOS, has been praised extraordinarily and frequently.
"The [...] structures of the [...] piece were conveyed coherently and comprehensibly and, not least thanks to the fabulous sound formation of horn and violin and the pianist's dramatic commitment to a convincing advertisement for the chamber music of recent years." (Frankenpost Hof,
"The sympathetic artists, perfectly attuned to each other, interpreted the 1982 work [by Ligeti] with unprecedented excitement and kept the listener breathless to the last note. The trio [...] by Brahms ended the concert? 'classical? romanticism at its finest." (Brunswick Newspaper/Wolfenbütteler Gazette)
- Gliere: “Intermezzo” Op. 35 No. 11 (horn and piano)
- Schumann: Adagio and Allegro Op. 70 (horn and piano)
- Brahms: Sonata for Piano and Violin in D minor Op. 108
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- Brahms: “Trio for Horn, Violin and Piano” E flat major Op.40
From the repertoire:
- Franke: “Solo for three” – trio for horn, violin and piano
- Ligeti “Trio for Horn, Violin and Piano”
- Koechlin: “Quatre Petites Pieces” for horn, violin and piano”