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Gidon Kremer

Madara Petersone violin – Giedrè Dirvanauskaitè cello – Anna Vinnitskaya piano

Piano trio no. 1, op. 8 Dmitry Shostakovich
Sonata for Two Violins Op. 69 Moisey Weinberg
Piano trio, op. 9, "Elegiac" Sergei Rachmaninoff

Gidon Kremer

Gidon Kremer violin – Giedrè Dirvanauskaitè cello – Anna Vinnitskaya piano

Piano trio no. 1, op. 8 Dmitry Shostakovich
Sonata for Two Violins Op. 69 Moisey Weinberg

Gidon Kremer

Madara Petersone violin

Gidon Kremer

Giedrè Dirvanauskaitè cello – Oleg Maisenberg piano – Anna Vinnitskaya piano – Gidon Kremer violin – Madara Petersone violin

Work tba Moisey Weinberg
Piano quintet Alfred Schnittke
Piano trio no. 1, op. 8 Dmitry Shostakovich
Sonata for Two Violins Op. 69 Moisey Weinberg
Piano trio, op. 9, "Elegiac" Sergei Rachmaninoff


As a lover of chamber music, Gidon Kremer has invited two peerless chamber musicians to take part in this concert: the young Russian pianist Anna Vinnitskaya, first laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition 2007, and the Lithuanian cellist Giedrè Dirvanauskaite, a member of Kremerata Baltica. In addition to Rakhmaninov's beautiful Trio élégiaque, you will hear works by Alfred Schnittke, a Soviet composer of German origin, and Moisey Weinberg, another Soviet composer, of Polish Jewish origin, who was a close friend of Shostakovich. Three different worlds, but all connected to Russian music, with which Gidon Kremer (who was born in Riga and studied in Moscow under David Oistrakh) feels a particular affinity.

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