Sonntags am Rhein (Sundays at the Rhine) 2016

Sunday, January, 5:00 PM 

Glück zu zweien (Joy for two)

Songs by Claude Debussy, Henri Duparc, Maurice Ravel and Rudi Stephan

Martha Guth, soprano
Hinrich Alpers, pianist

Sunday, February 21, 5:00 PM

Brasil Antigo

19th century Brazilian music

Stefan Koschitzki, clarinet, saxophone, flute
Fabiano Pereira, guitar

Sunday, March 27, 5:00 PM


Works for piano solo by Johannes Brahms, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Robert Schumann and George Crumb, as well as drawings by the pianist, which will present an exhibition at 3:00 PM.

Konstantin Arro, pianist

Sunday, April 10, 5:00 PM


Works by Carl Nielsen, Edvard Grieg and Toivo Kuula

Kathrin Christians, flute
Lars Jönsson, pianist

Sunday, May 22, 5:00 PM

Sounds of Spring

Works by Ludwig van Beethoven and Robert Schumann

Johannes Krampen, violin
Katrin Küppers, piano

Sunday, June 12, 7:00 PM

Italienisches Liederbuch

Hugo Wolf’s famous art song collection above love, lust and passion in a dialogue version for soprano and baritone

Daniela Köhler, soprano
Falko Hönisch, baritone
Edward Bak, piano

Sunday, July 31st, 7:00 PM

Moscow Trio

Works by Johannes Brahms, George Enescu and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Maryana Osipova, violin
Dmitry Khakhalin, viola
Dmitry Ablogin, piano

Sunday, August 7, 7:00 PM


German Lied, french mélodie and American Art Song 

Melinda Paulsen, soprano
Andreas Frese, pianist

Sunday, September 18, 5:00 PM 

Slavia Duo

Works for piano-four hands by Piotr I. Tchaikovsky, Modest Mussorsgsky, Andrei Gavrilin et. al.

Swetlana Meermann-Muret and Nataša Mitrović, piano

Sunday, October 16, 5:00 PM

Enoch Arden

Richard Strauss’ famous melodrama, Enoch Arden, Op. 38

Falko Hönisch, narrator
Antonio Grimaldi, pianist

Sunday, November 6, 5:00 PM

When poets love

Songs by Robert Schumann

Roman Grübner, baritone
Ralph Zedler, pianist

Sunday, December 4, 5:00 PM

Sonatas for Double-Bass

Sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven, Paul Hindemith and Adolf Míšek

Matthias Botzet, double-bass
Reimi Matsuda, piano