Winners & Masters  Haruma Sato, cello & Naoko Sonoda, piano The organiser

Winners & Masters
Haruma Sato, cello & Naoko Sonoda, piano

| Kleiner Konzertsaal/Small Concert Hall

€ 25; reduced € 10 (pupils & students)

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Unfortunately, this event will not take place. The organizer is seeking to find a new date. Tickets already purchased will be refunded at the advance booking offices where they were purchased.

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Due to corona restrictions and changing conditions of use for the halls, the organizer Kulturkreis Gasteig e. V. cannot offer its usual concert subscription, as it must decide for each concert, possibly at short notice, whether it can go ahead. According to current regulations, concerts must be performed with a shortened programme and a maximum duration of about 60 minutes without interval. Seats are numbered according to the specified safety distances. Ticket sales for each concert commence about 4 weeks before the event and concerts may be cancelled depending on the regulations and restrictions that apply on the day of the performance.

Kulturkreis Gasteig deeply regrets the necessary reductions in its concert activities, including the Winners & Masters series, and hopes that you will continue to attend events despite the current restrictions.

Haruma Sato, cello & Naoko Sonoda, piano
Concerts at 5:30 PM and 8 PM with the same programme
Ticket sale starts 1 November 2020

Haruma Sato, Japan/Berlin (*1998), 1st prizes include, among others
   ARD Music Competition 2019, Cello
   Witold Lutoslawski International Cello Competition, Warsaw, 2018

Naoko Sonoda, Japan/Berlin, among others
  Prizewinner as »best piano accompanist« of the International Tchaikovsky Competition (2015 & 2019)

On YouTube:
Martinu: Variations on a Theme of Rossini:

Under the patronage of the Consulate General of Japan in Munich
In cooperation with Bayerischer Rundfunk (live recording by BR Klassik) and the ARD Music Competition
(Kulturkreis Gasteig e. V., Munich)

  • Composer: Franz SchubertOpus: Sonata in A minor for cello and piano, D 821, »Arpeggione«
  • Composer: Witold LutosławskiOpus: Grave »Metamorphoses for cello and piano«
  • Composer: Ludwig van BeethovenOpus: Sonata for piano and cello No 2 in G minor, Op 5 No 2