11:00 – 20:00 | New Building
Concert – A concert weekend of the Villa Musica in cooperation with the Beethovenfest Bonn
Saturday | September 3, 2022 | 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Sunday | September 4, 2022 | 11am - 8pm
Beethoven 1 | Trio Orelon: Piano Trios, op. 70,1 & op. 1,3 (3.9., 11 a.m.)
Beethoven 2 | Spira Mirabilis: Septet op. 20 & Mendelssohn Octet & Enescu (9/3, 5pm)
Beethoven 3 | Rebecca Bakken: Jazz Ballads (3.9., 8 p.m.)
Beethoven 4 | Trio Sora: Archduke Trio op. 97 & Clara Schumann Trio (9/4, 11 am)
Beethoven 5 | Children's Concert Ilona Schulz: A Cake for Elise (Sept. 4, 1 p.m.) Arp-Labor / Alter Bahnhof
Beethoven 6 | Alexander Hülshoff & Sayaka Shoji: Quartet op. 14 & UA Mizzi Mazzoli (4.9., 3 p.m.)
Beethoven 7 | Piano duo Ferhan & Ferzan Önder: Anonymous was a Woman (Sept. 4, 6 p.m.)
In cooperation with the Beethovenfest Bonn, the Villa Musica Rheinland-Pfalz organizes the weekend "Women for Beethoven": strong women play the music of the master. Violinist Judith Stapf kicks things off with the young piano trio Orelon, supported by the network "Ludwig van B." Lorenza Borrani, concertmaster in the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, performs Beethoven's septet with her ensemble "Spira Mirabilis," along with octets by Mendelssohn and Enescu. Rebecca Bakken sings her fascinating jazz ballads on Saturday evening. The Beethoven Sunday is just as densely packed: The three fantastic French women of the "Trio Sora" build a bridge from Beethoven to Clara Schumann. Actress Ilona Schulz tells the "true" story of Beethoven's most famous piano piece in the children's concert "A Cake for Elise". Violinist Sayaka Shoji lifts a new work by Mizzi Mazzoli from the baptism with Alexander Hülshoff and young string players. The Önder piano duo closes the weekend with a four-hands program on contemporary women's fates. Seven concerts in one weekend.