Peterhouse Theatre
Sat 28 October
Camerata Musica

Andreas Ottensamer, clarinet and Jose Gallardo, piano

Mahler (arr. Kornfeil & Ottensamer), ‘Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen’, from Rückert-Lieder

Mahler (arr. Kornfeil & Ottensamer), ‘Rheinlegendchen’, from Des Knaben Wunderhorn

Mahler (arr. Kornfeil & Ottensamer), ‘Lob des hohen Verstands’, from Des Knaben Wunderhorn

Mahler (arr. Kornfeil & Ottensamer), ‘Oft denk ich, sie sind nur ausgegangen’, from Kindertotenlieder

Brahms, Sonata in F minor, Op. 120, No. 1

BrahmsIntermezzo in A, Op. 118, No. 2 

BrahmsBallade in G minor, Op. 118, No. 3

Schumann, Drei Fantasiestücke, Op. 111

Brahms, Sonata in E-flat, Op. 120, No. 2

Born in 1989, Andreas Ottensamer is principal clarinettist of the Berlin Philharmonic, and in 2013 became the first ever solo clarinettist to sign an exclusive recording partnership with Deutsche Grammophon. He began his University studies as a student at Harvard, but in 2009, at the age of twenty, he interrupted his studies to become a scholar of the Orchestra Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic. Ottensamer performs as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the world with orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic, the Vienna Philharmonic, the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin, the Rotterdam Philharmonic and the Kammerphilharmonie Bremen. Together with pianist José Gallardo he is artistic director of the Bürgenstock Festival in Switzerland.

José Gallardo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He began his piano studies at the Conservatory in Buenos Aires, later moving to the Department of Music, University of Mainz, from which he graduated in 1997. The winner of many prizes, including the first prize at the Westphalia Music, he has performed in Europe, Asia, Israel, Oceania, and South America.

Times

Sat 28 October at 7:30pm

Duration

120 minutes

Venue

Peterhouse Theatre

Tickets

£49/£39, £37/£30, £29/£24, student tickets £10/£5

Peterhouse is the oldest of the constituent colleges in the University of Cambridge.  It was founded in 1284 by Hugo de Balsham, Bishop of Ely, on its current site close to the centre of the City.

The Peterhouse Theatre was built in 1883 to designs by one of the architectural masters of the Victorian era, Basil Champneys (1842-1935), whose other buildings include Newnham College and the Old Divinity School in Cambridge. Inspired by Palladio’s Teatro Olimpico at Vicenza (1580-85), the fine acoustics and intimate atmosphere of the Peterhouse Theatre make it the finest venue for chamber music in Cambridge, and one of the top three such venues in the whole country.   

Address

Peterhouse Theatre
Peterhouse College
Cambridge
CB2 1RD
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Tickets

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