August 6th

Saftstationen - Damme


Hartmut Rohde is one of the leading and most sought-after European violists, renowned for his stylistic versatility and rhetorical perceptiveness. He is especially interested in bringing a historically informed approach to his interpretations of the classical, romantic and contemporary repertories.


Among Rohde's regular chamber music partners are Janine Jansen, Jörg Widmann, Christian Tetzlaff, Kolja Blacher, Paul Meyer, Lars Vogt and David Geringas. He holds a professorship at the University of the Arts Berlin, and is a founding member of the renowned Mozart Piano Quartet which undertakes extensive worldwide tours.

Trio Vitruvi is one of Denmark's most promising and in-demand chamber ensembles. Since the trio's debut in 2013 and 1st prize in the DR Chamber Music Competition in 2014, there have to that extent been bids for the three charismatic young musicians - both here and outside Denmark's borders.

In the spring of 2018, the trio made their debut from Det Kgl. Danish Music Conservatory's soloist class. Subsequently, they made their debut at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. The same day, the trio's first CD was released, released on the American record label Bridge Records. The CD contains Schubert's large E flat major piano trio and “Notturno”.