Concert with narration

Biliana Tzinlikova, piano
N.N., Lesung

 “How magnificently nature shines”

Bagatelles, dances, rondos, ecossaise. All of these types of works are “allowed” to freely express the character of master composers with extraordinary thoughts and spirit. Schubert and Wolf demonstrate this hundredfold in their song compositions, but also Beethoven, the mighty symphonist, contrasts this in his anniversary year: introversion but also sociability. The big merges into the small to form a kaleidoscope of light and shadow.

Biliana Tzinlikova and Jula Gschnitzer bundle together this musical and literary treasure into a magnificent and colorful bouquet in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday.


L.v. Beethoven – Bagatellen op. 33
F. Schubert – 12 Ländler D 790, Op. Post. 171
H. Wolf – Rondo Capriccioso op. 15
H. Wolf – Humoreske (1877)


F. Schubert – 11 Ecossaisen D 781
H. Wolf – Variationen op. 2
L.v.Beethoven – Bagatellen op. 119                                                                                                   

Kammerschauspielerin Julia Gschnitzer liest Briefe von H. Wolf und L.v. Beethoven und Texte großer deutschen Dichter der Romantik