Wednesday, 11. August 2021 / 19.30
Domenig Steinhaus, Steindorf
Bernhard Berchtold, tenor
Christoph Berner, piano
Thomas Fheodoroff, violin
Christian Eisenberger, violin
Patrick Jüdt, viola
Firmian Lermer, viola
Florian Berner, violoncello
Thomas Fheodoroff, Idea & Concept
Nikolaus Fheodoroff: Der Tod, based on an ancient Egyptian text
Franz Schubert: Meeres Stille D 216
Nikolaus Fheodoroff: Berceuse for violin solo
Nikolaus Fheodoroff: Three songs based on poems by Hans Magnus Enzensberger
Nikolaus Fheodoroff: Four Variations and a Theme (Carinthian Home Song) for string quintet
Nikolaus Fheodoroff: Three songs based on poems by Juan Ramón Jiménez
Johann Sebastian Bach: Contrapunctus I from: The Art of Fugue BWV 1080
Josef Matthias Hauer: Twelve Tone Play for String Quartet
Nikolaus Fheodoroff: 2nd String Quartet
Domenig Steinhaus, Steindorf / 6.30 p.m.
Thomas, Klemens and Elisabeth Fheodoroff in conversation with Holger Bleck.
In memoriam: In 2021, the Carinthian Summer Festival will commemorate its long-time chairman and patron, the Carinthian composer, organist, conductor, choirmaster and cultural manager Nikolaus Fheodoroff, who passed away in 2011, with a series of events and concerts to mark his 90th birthday and the tenth anniversary of his death. The versatility of his compositional oeuvre reflects Fheodoroff’s comprehensive personality. The personale shows links to influential personalities such as the twelve-tone composer Josef Hauer and the lifelong fixed stars Johann Sebastian Bach and Franz Schubert.