La Société De Fabrice
Desperate times call for creative measures. Here you will find Hans’s exciting and exclusive online project that we hope will interest you.
As he’ll say towards the end of this 16 minute promotional presentation – before he sings one of my favorite songs by Reynaldo Hahn, Si Mes Vers Avaient Des Ailes, composed in 1888 – you can receive more information about how to sign up and the membership fee by sending Hans an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Clara & Marie Becker perform W. Lutoslawski: Variations on a theme by Paganini
Piano Duo Clara & Marie Becker performed for the German Forum in September 2019, at our last concert before the COVID-19 lockdown.
Being born into a musical family, Clara and Marie Becker showed interest in classical music and especially the piano very early. Since 2010, the twins have dedicated themselves to duet repertoire ranging from baroque to contemporary music for either one or two pianos. Their charismatic playing and thoroughly chosen concert programs have drawn attention to the young duo.
Learn and listen more on their website: claramariebecker.com
New Album from Katie Reimer, Artistic and Executive Director of The Mimesis Ensemble
Pianist Katie Reimer, who performed for the German Forum in November 2013, is pleased to announce the launch of Dancing Circles In the Night. The album features music by Edith Alomar, Alexandra du Bois, Moses Hogan (arr.), Jorge Lockward, Jessie Montgomery, Judith Kurka Nagel, Astor Piazzolla, Huang Ruo, Dave Schnackenberg, Dina Shilleh, and Heitor Villa-Lobos. The recordings are available via Apple Music, Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon, as well as in physical copy: Support Katie Reimer and The Mimesis Ensemble by purchasing the CD here.
This collection of vocal and chamber music features Michele Kennedy, Jasmine Muhammad, Lubana Al Quntar, Eliza Bonet, Hai-Ting Chinn, Linda Collazo, Jorell Williams, Sammy Lesnick, Matthew Willis, So Young Kim, Yuri Namkung, Karla Donehew Perez, Rachyl Martinez, Yves Dharamraj, Oded Hadar, Dara Hankins, Maureen Kelly, Sofia Nowik, Karlos Rodriguez, Valeriya Sholokhova, Sara Bennett Wolfe, and Katie Reimer.
Beethoven Op. 128, from our friend Äneas Humm
Äneas Humm recently wrote an essay for Juilliard about life after graduation, which you can read here.
I’ve tried to find the beauty in practicing at home, and that has given me the luxury of growth and an almost meditative way of finding solutions and inspiration for vocal and artistic questions.Äneas Humm | Life After Juilliard