Manze, Egarr, Strosser, Baráti, Kulek

Past Dates

Introduction with Clemens Goldberg
at 19:00, Ausstellungsfoyer (exhibition foyer)

Whereas the first concert of the project with Andrew Manze will present three sonatas for Holy Mary on 2 September, this second concert evening will present three sonatas on the Passion of Christ.

Moreover, the programme will introduce two outstanding young soloists: Kristóf Baráti who has rapidly made a name for himself with his impressive interpretations of chamber music and tonight will juxtapose Biber’s Mystery Sonatas with virtuoso pieces by Bartók and Josef Suk; and Geneviève Strosser who will interpret three central pieces of the repertoire for solo viola.

Concert Programme

Josef Suk
Four Pieces for Violin and Piano op. 17

Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
Mystery Sonata No. 6 “The Agony in the Garden”

Bernd Alois Zimmermann
Sonata for Viola solo

György Kurtág

Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
Mystery Sonata No. 10 “The Crucifixion”

Béla Bartók
Sonata for Violin solo

Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
Mystery Sonata No. 11 “The Resurrection”

György Ligeti
Sonata for Viola solo


Andrew Manze violin
Richard Egarr organ
Geneviève Strosser viola
Kristóf Baráti violin
Robert Kulek piano