The concert will feature a collection of pieces inspired from Italian folk songs and poems by Austrian composer Hugo Wolf. Viewers have a chance to admire different tones of people’s feeling, from love to conflicts and sarcasm.
German pianist Boris Schönleber studied in Berlin and later received a degree of performing art in London. During his career, Boris Schönleber has performed in many European and Southeast Asia countries.
Schönleber has had his recordings for TV dramas and feature movies and radio stations and solo albums. In 2014, the pianist performed several concerts at Goethe-Institut Hanoi.
Mezzo-soprano Katharina Padrok is a vocal lecturer at Frankfurt Music Academy. She studied vocal at the Berlin University of the Arts. Katharina Padrok has given several concerts in Germany and abroad.
Besides common oratorios, passions and Bach Cantatas, Padrok also performs contemporary music. Padrok and Schönleber have had years to conduct master classes in Vietnam.
Together with baritone Sebastian Myrus, Padrok has had regular performances with the “Athesinus Consort” choir.
Baritone Sebastian Myrus studied vocal in Munich. As a soloist, Myrus has performed at many concerts in Germany and Europe.
Prior to the show in HCMC, the trio will also join three concerts and programs in Hanoi on March 12, 17 and 18.
The HCMC Conservatory of Music is located at 112 Nguyen Du Street, District 1, HCMC. Invitation tickets are delivered free from March 14 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Goethe Institut HCMC. Each people will receive a maximum of two tickets. Further information can be found at www.goethe.de/vietnam.