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palace concert in Salzburg

Location:Marble Hall at Mirabell Palace in Salzburg
Concert

Program

MOZART: Quartet A major KV 331 “Alla turca“
BEETHOVEN: trio in B minor op.11 “Gassenhauer“
BRAHMS: Trio for Clarinet, Piano and Violoncello a-minor op.114

Trio Tempora

The Hungarian pianist Emese Badi began her studies in 2009 at the University of Mozarteum Salzburg in the class of Cordelia Höfer-Teutsch. Emese gained a wide variety of concert experiences: she performed in famous concert halls, such as the Großer Saal of Stiftung Mozarteum in Salzburg, Europahaus in Vienna, Schloss Eszterházy in Eisenstadt and the Auditorium in Palma de Mallorca.
Emese is also a permanent guest artist in the cultural events of Atrium Bad Birnbach in Germany and the “Schlosskonzerte Mirabell” in Salzburg. Emese has received her master degree in June 2016 at the University of Mozarteum Salzburg. Her mentors, Imre Rohmann, Cordelia Höfer-Teutsch and Jean-Pierre Faber have shown her the path and directed her to chamber music and Lied accompaniment, therefore she devoted her musical work and focus to these two essential elements of piano music.
Marius Birtea was born in 1990 in Ploiesti, Romania and he began his clarinet studies at the age of 12 with Prof. Elena Istrate at the High School of Art “Carmen Sylva“ from his hometown. He attended master classes with clarinet players from all over the world such as Karl Leister, Wenzel Fuchs, Reto Bieri, Jonathan Cohler, Andreas Schablas, Yehuda Gilad, amongst others and conductors such as Kurt Masur at the “Aurora“ festival in Sweden, Mario Venzago, Hans Graf. Marius had his orchestral debut as soloist at the age of 17 playing the clarinet concerto in Es dur by Franz Kramer-Krommer with the Ploiesti Philarmonic Orchestra. Ever since, he was regularly invited to perform every year with the same orchestra. During his studies he has been awarded with prizes and international clarinet competitions from Romania.
Born in 1999, Madeleine Douçot is a french cellist. She studied with Marie-Thérèse Grisenti in Paris, and received the advice of Philippe Muller, Jérôme Pernoo, Peter Bruns and Igor Gavrish. She won several international competitions, including Flame (1st Price), Bellan (1st Price) and Knushevitsky (2nd Price) and in 2014 she was invited to play in Tchaïkovsky International Cello Competition for young musicians (Moscow). Since 2016 she studies with Clemens Hagen in Mozarteum University, Salzburg. 

Ticket Categories

Category I

Numbered seats, central seating.
Seats will be assigned after booking.

Category II

Unnumbered seats behind and on the side of Cat. I, open seating.

Location

The baroque Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace is known as one of the most beautiful and historically important concert halls in Salzburg and the world. In former times the Mozart family played music there for the archbishops.