Tip: Digital Live Concerts of the University of Music and Performing Arts in July
The YouTube channel »HMTMlive: Concerto Espresso« serves as a virtual substitute stage for music students to bridge the time until the summer break during which, due to the corona pandemic, no public events can take place at the HMTM. Until 17 July 2020, numerous performances will be streamed live on the new YouTube channel of the HMTM. Except for the jazz night on 14 July (8 PM), the concerts each start at 3 PM.
Thu, 2 July
Marlene Durner, oboe
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767): Sonate Metodiche in B minor, TWV 41 (with bassoon accompaniment)
Fri, 3 July
Luis Gómez Santos, double bass / Daniel Slack Hidalgo, baroque cello
Luigi Boccherini (1743–1805): Sonatas for cello G.13 in A major and G.5 in G major
Mon, 6 July
Miriam Sendtner, baroque violin / Robert Schröter, piano
Tue, 7 July
Isabella Xu, piano
Johannes Brahms (1833–1897): from the piano pieces Op 76 – Capriccio No 1, Capriccio No 2, Intermezzo No 4, Capriccio No 5 Capriccio No 8,
Thu, 9 July
Jakob Stolte, cello
Robert Schumann (1810–1856): Fantasy Pieces, Op 73, Nos 1–3 for cello and piano
Mon, 13 July
Barbara Graho, viola / Shuteen Erdenebaatar, piano
Jazz standards and original compositions
Tue, 14 July, 8 PM
Jazz Night of the HMTM with Live Stream from the Carl Orff Hall in the Gasteig
The Jazz Night is the annual summer highlight for the students of the University of Music and Performing Arts’ Jazz Institute. This year, the concert can unfortunately take place only without live audience, but you can nevertheless watch it live via YouTube live stream.
Thu, 16 July
Nora Eder, violin / Micha Haupt, harpsichord
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750): Sonata in F minor for violin and obbligato harpsichord, BWV 1018
Fri, 17 July
Alma Naidu, vocals
Pieces by Chick Corea, Al Jarreau and others as well as original compositions
Prof. Dr. Bernd Redmann, President of the HMTM, explains: »We all know how hard the Corona pandemic is hitting the cultural and events sector. Our students, too, have lost nearly all of their performance opportunities. This makes it all the more important to provide other opportunities for them to gain stage experience. I am therefore very happy that we were able to set up our Grand Concert Hall for live streams, and I hope that our audience will also benefit.«
The concerts will be streamed on the YouTube channel of the HMTM.
The relevant dates will be published on the HMTM website.