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Concerts

Chamber Concerts with the Lower Saxony State Orchestra

Sunday matinee: Members of the Lower Saxony State Orchestra are playing chamber music at the lecture hall of the Lower Saxony State Museum in Hannover.

A violin (partly covered with a white cloth) and two bows. © Foto: Christian Brachwitz

At the chamber concerts, members of Lower Saxony's State Orchestra perform in varying ensembles.

Chamber music lovers can experience members of the Lower Saxony State Orchestra (Niedersächsisches Staatsorchester) in different formations: from piano trio to string quartet to rarely heard larger ensembles. Some of them have been playing together for many years, some come together for the occasion. The program is chosen by the musicians themselves.

Upcoming concerts

28 January: Piano Trio compositions by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Franz Schubert

18 February: Works for string quintet by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johannes Brahms

18 March: Compositions for soprano, oboe and strings by Paul Hindemith, Joseph Haydn, Robert Schuman/Aribert Reimann, Boris Blacher and Vaughan Williams

8 April: Works by Jacques Ibert and others for harp and string quartet

27 May: Compositions for string quartet by Darius Milhaud, Claude Debussy and others

24 June: Works for wind instruments by Ludwig van Beethoven, Gustav Holst, Amilcare Ponchielli and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Event(s): 18.03.2018 starting from 11:00 o'clock
08.04.2018 starting from 11:00 o'clock
27.05.2018 starting from 11:00 o'clock
03.06.2018 starting from 11:00 o'clock
24.06.2018 starting from 11:00 o'clock
Location

Lower Saxony State Museum

  • Willy-Brandt-Allee 5
  • 30169 Hannover
Prices:
15,00 €
Advance sale:

Tickets are valid for a visit to the museum on the day of the concert.

Landesmuseum © Lars Gerhardts