Johann Sebastian Bach’s Cello Suites No. 4, 5 and 6 are juxtaposed with two very poetic new compositions for cello and tape recording by Thorsten Encke.
Tanja Tetzlaff, cello
Gunilla Süssmann, piano
Violoncello master class with Tanja Tetzlaff 11 to 16 September at the Carl Maria von Weber College of Music in Dresden
It is already for the fifth time that young musicians from all around the world will be gathering in Dresden in the summertime for coursework to learn from the experienced musicians of a first-class orchestra and from master class instructors. They will have the opportunity to work on their repertoire in private lessons, to present themselves on stage and to engage in exchange with other artists.
The University of Music Carl Maria von Weber Dresden–>
Tanja Tetzlaff will be teaching at the Hochschule in Dresden a masterclass this September (11-16). You can apply til the 31st of May HERE!
The new album of the Tetzlaff Quartett was just released by the label Ondine – with the great Schubert String Quartet G Major No. 15 D887 and the String Quartet Op.20 No. 3 by Joseph Haydn.
Excerpts and purchasing HERE
Tanja Tetzlaff was playing with her brother Christian and pianist Lars Vogt at the Royal Festival Hall with Beethovens Tripel Concerto under the baton of Parvo Järvi and the Philharmonia Orchestra on February 2nd – after that some online magazines published the following nice reviews:
“..the first movement in Sinfonia concertante style but in the central Largo Tanja Tetzlaff announced the tune with utmost gentility before Christian Tetzlaff and Lars Vogt expanded it in their different ways.” (Anthony Hodges, classicalsource.com)
“I was very impressed with the lyricism which the string players brought to the work and the close rapport between all three soloists. (…) The Philharmonia’s strings brought warmth and intimacy to the Largo second movement before Tanja Tetzlaff entered with a highly expressive, heartfelt melody. Vogt played the meandering piano figurations with enormous sensitivity while Christian Tetzlaff and his sister sustained the melodic line beautifully.” (Robert Beattie, seenandheard-international.com)
“Controlling the emotional register of this performance was cellist Tanja Tetzlaff. Assembled from a motley array of constituents, her performance reflected the Beethovenian course that runs the gamut of Classical to Romantic to presciently Modern and back to Romantic again.” (Sophia Lambton, bachtrack.com)
Subsequent the Brahms Double Concerto with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra and Osmo Vänskä taking place at the beautiful “Harpa“ concert hall in Reykjavik as well as the Beethoven Triple Concerto with Christian Tetzlaff, Lars Vogt and the Royal Sinfonia in Gateshead.