Austrian Cultural Forum
March 21, 2016
7:00 pm
Arts Club of Washington,
2017 I Street, NW,
Washington, DC 20006

Concert | Cornelia Herrmann

March 21, 2016 | 7:00 pm

Born into a family of musicians in Salzburg, Cornelia Herrmann studied with Imre Rohmann in Salzburg, Noel Flores in Vienna and Ferenc Rados in Budapest, and drew further inspiration from Alexander Lonquich, Murray Perahia, András Schiff and Alfred Brendel.

In 1996 she was the youngest finalist and winner of the International J. S. Bach Competition in Leipzig, and in 1999 gained a special award at the International Mozart Competition in Salzburg. In 2002 she gave her début at the Salzburg Festival.

Further engagements have taken Cornelia Herrmann to venues including the Zurich Tonhalle, Victoria Hall in Geneva, KKL Lucerne, Liederhalle Stuttgart, Gewandhaus Leipzig, City Hall Heidelberg, Large Festival Hall in Salzburg, Brucknerhaus in Linz, Palau de la Musica Barcelona, Auditorio Nacional Madrid, Museum of Art in Tel Aviv, Aksanat Istanbul, Sala Sao Paulo, Museo Nacional de Arte Mexiko City, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Vienna Musikverein and Vienna Konzerthaus.

Sonata F-major KV 332                                                     W.A.Mozart
                                                                                           (1756 – 1791)                      
             I.   Allegro
             II.  Adagio
             III. Allegro assai
Italian Concerto BWV 971                                                  J.S.Bach
                                                                                            (1685 – 1750)
             II.  Andante
            III. Presto

Impromtu No.3 B flat major D 935                                      Franz Schubert
                                                                                            (1797 – 1828)
             I.   Allegro
Impromtu No.2 E flat major D 899                                      Franz Schubert
                                                                                           (1797 – 1828)
             I.   Andante
Rondo alla ingharese quasi un                                           L. v.Beethoven
Capriccio G major op.129                                                   (1770 - 1827)
'Rage Over a Lost Penny'

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