Students of the Mannheim University of Music and Performing Arts
Marie-Luise Dingler and Christoph Dingler (The Twiolins), violin, as well as Atsuko Kinoshita and Mima Matsui, piano
In 2008, the series »Junge Interpreten spielen Kammermusik« (Young Musicians Perform Chamber Music) was created by the Akademie Schloss Solitude and the Rudolf-Eberle-Stiftung. In the meantime, numerous young musicians from Baden-Württemberg have performed in the Solitude Scheune (Solitude Barn) and in the Kuppelsaal (Domed Hall) of Schloss Solitude and excited the audience.
EWELINA NOWICKA (*1982)
SEBASTIAN SYLLA (*1974)
Maha Nada Indian Violins
ALEKSEY IGUDESMANN (*1973)
Fever of Passion
TINA TERNES (*1969)
TEODOR NICOLAU (*1947)
BENEDIKT BRYDERN (*1966)
Contrasting the two brilliant violin players, the audience will enjoy a virtuosic piano duo in the second part of the concert.
MAURICE RAVEL (1875-1937)
Ma mère l’Oye
HANS VOGT (1911-1962)
Sonate für Klavier zu vier
Program changes are subject to change.
MARIE-LUISE DINGLER (*1984 in Brühl, Germany) and CHRISTOPH DINGLER (*1986 in Baden-Baden, Germany) began playing the violin at the age of seven. Early on, they took part in »Jugend musiziert« (Youth Performs Music) and were awarded with several first prices at federal level. As members of the Landesjugendorchester (State’s Youth Orchestra) and the National Youth Orchestra of Germany, they performed, amongst others, in Europe and China. Both study under Prof. Dora Bratchkova in Munich. Marie-Luise and Christoph Dingler are specialists for violin duos. In 2009, the siblings initiated the Crossover Composition Award in order to increase and improve the repertoire for two violins. Marie-Luise and Christoph Dingler pluck and bow melodious short stories. The compositions, which combine classic and contemporary sounds, melt precisely to unique sound worlds when played by the virtuosic hands of the Twiolins.
ATSUKO KINOSHITA (*1987 in Kobe, Japan) studied piano and cembalo at the Kyoto City University of Arts from 2006 until 2010. Since 2010, she has continued her studies at the Mannheim University of Music and Performing Arts under Prof. Rudolf Meister and Ok-Hi Lee. In 2008, she won the first prize of the competition »Tokyo International Association of Artists« (TIAA). One year later, Atsuko Kinoshita was awarded the Espoir prize at the »Osaka International Music Competition«.
MIMA MATSUI (*1985 in Matsuyama, Japan) received her first piano lessons at the age of four. She studied in Tokyo and has continued her studies in Mannheim under Prof. Rudolf Meister and Ok-Hi Lee since 2009. As a soloist, she performed numerous times in Germany and Japan as well as in Krakow, Poland, with the local symphonic orchestra. In 2008, she won the first prize in the piano competition »Japan Piano Teachers Association«.
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A concert series of the Akademie Schloss Solitude and the Rudolf-Eberle-Stiftung.
With the friendly support of Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten Baden-Württemberg.