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30th concert with
scholarship holders of the
Jürgen Ponto-Stiftung

Rokokotheater Schwetzingen
Clara Wedel
Tabea Monzer
Anouk-Minou Toth
Musical Direction

In the concert with scholarship holders of the Jürgen Ponto Foundation, the focus is on string instruments. And so, once again, up-and-coming talents can be experienced on their instruments in the Rococo Theatre in Schwetzingen. This time it is Clara Wedel (violin), Tabea Monzer (viola) and Anouk-Minou Toth (violoncello). Together with the Philharmonisches Orchester Heidelberg, they will present demanding works of the 18th century. The Philharmonisches Orchester Heidelberg will open with W. A. Mozart's Symphony No. 8 in D Major, KV 48, followed by the Cello Concerto in C Major by Anton Fils (1733-60). Then the stage is set for the Stamitz family: father Johann (1717-57) wrote the Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Major op. 9, his son Anton (1750-98) composed the Concerto for Viola and Orchestra No. 2 in F Major and his brother Carl (1745-1801) wrote the Sinfonie Concertante in A Major for violin, viola and cello. Singable melodies and airy string sound fill the venerable rooms of the historic rococo theatre - dreamlike classical sounds at the beginning of autumn.