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Moritzburg Festival August 9-24, 2014 Composer-in-residence: David Philip Hefti
David Philip Hefti
This summer, for the 21st time, young and established musicians such as Martin Stadtfeld, Lise de la Salle, Iskandar Widjaja, Daniel Ottensamer, Heinrich Schiff and many more will meet for the Moritzburg Festival to rehearse and perform chamber music near Dresden; initiated and directed by cellist Jan Vogler. Venues are the Baroque castle of Moritzburg, the famous Frauenkirche, but also a hangar of the Elbe aircraft factory.

This year’s composer-in-residence is Swiss Siemens Prize winner David Philip Hefti who wrote the Monumentum string sextet for the festival, a joint commission by the Moritzburg Festival, New York’s Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and the Käthe Kollwitz-Haus in Moritzburg.

“The composition ends with an extended Lamento on ‘Seed Fruit is not to be ground down’, a quote from Goethe’s ‘Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship’. Käthe Kollwitz occasionally employed these words as an argument for peace in this world, and furthermore created a litography with that title. I very much look forward to working with the festival artists around cellist Jan Vogler because due to its political and pacifist statement, my string sextet Monumentum is of special significance to me.”, said Hefti.

The work will be premiered on 19 August *.

We would like to entice everyone to come to this year’s festival! The following dates might be especially interesting for a visit:

Opening weekend 9/10 August

Saturday, 9 August, 19:30 h, Transparent factory of Volkswagen in Dresden

Moritzburg Festival Orchestra, Heinrich Schiff

Vivaldi’s concerto for four violins, Mozart’s clarinet concerto A major, Beethoven’s 7th symphony

Nikki Chooi, Mira Wang et al. – violin, Daniel Ottensamer – clarinet

Sunday, 10 August, 11 h, Proschwitz castle

Sunday, 10 August, 16 h, Elbe aircraft factory hangar

Members of the Moritzburg Festival Orchestra

Picknick concert with chamber music

“Adventures of Tom Sawyer”


Weekend 16/17 August

Saturday, 16 August, 20 h, Dresden, Frauenkirche

J.S. Bach: The Art of the Fugue – commented from Anna Magdalena Bach’s perspective by actress Marie Bäumer

Iskandar Widjaja – violin, Guy Johnston, Jan Vogler – cello, Martin Stadtfeld – piano et al.


Sunday, 17 August, 20 h, Moritzburg castle

Brahms’ string sextet No. 1, Schönberg’s “Ode to Napoleon” et al.

Kai Vogler – violin, Hartmut Rohde – viola, Oliver Triendl – piano, Peter Schöne – narrator et al.


Composer-in-residence, 19 August

Tuesday, 19 August, 19 h, Moritzburg castle

Tuesday, 19 August, 20 h, Moritzburg castle

Composer talk with David Philip Hefti, composer-in-residence (presenter: Jan Vogler)

* string sextets by D.P. Hefti (world premiere) and A. Dvorak


Final concert 24 August

Sunday,24 August, 11 h, Protestant church Moritzburg

String octets by Shostakovitch, Mendelssohn, piano trio “Lichter Hall” by D.P. Hefti et al.

Please also visit www.moritzburgfestival.de/english.

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