On 18th November 2012 at 5 pm Judith Ermert will meet her colleagues Alessandro Moccia (violin) and Getacine Pegorim (piano) to play chamber music. Amongst others the program will contain the Piano Trio in C Major, op.87 by Johannes Brahms. The concert will take place in the Miry Hall of the Royal Conservatorium Gent, Hoogpoort 64. More information about the concert and the ticket purchase can be found here.
Bachelor and Master students will give a concert on Tuesday, 6th November 2012 at 6.30 pm performing works by Bach, Brahms, Respighi, Tchaikovsky und Brossé. The concert will take place in the Miry Hall of the Royal Conservatorium Gent, Hoogpoort 64.
For Belgium Judith Ermert and Severin von Eckardstein are represented by AULOS music management (http://www.aulos.be/) from now on.
Judith Ermert is looking forward to a new season full with master classes, chamber music concerts and solo performances, amongst others with the Wroclaw Chamber Orchestra and the Moldova State Philharmonic. More news coming soon.
Judith Ermert will give a cello masterclass during the "Cresendo Summerinstitute of the Arts" from July 30 until August 13 in Sarospatak, Hungary. More info: www.crescendohungary.org
Please read here the press review "Chamber Music for Life" (german language) to Judith Ermert's and Severin von Eckardstein's recital concert at BIENNIAL Siegen, written by Dr. Gunhild Müller-Zimmermann for the local newspaper Siegener Zeitung.
Duo Ermert-von Eckardstein performs pieces for cello and piano by Beethoven, Kodaly, Schumann and Mendelssohn (closed performance).
27th of April 2012 @ Apollotheater Siegen: Judith Ermert and Severin von Eckardstein will join upcoming Biennial Siegen "Dran glauben" with a thrilling program:
Zoltán Kodály (1882-1967): Chorale Prelude
„Ach, was ist doch unser Leben“
Nicolas Bacri (1961*): Suite Nr. 3 für Violoncello solo „Vita et Mors“( German premiere)
L. v. Beethoven (1770-1827): Zwölf Variationen über ein Thema aus Händels
Oratorium „Judas Maccabäus“
LeošJanácek (1854-1928): Sonata
Duo Ermert- von Eckardstein performs pieces for cello and piano by Beethoven, Kodaly, Schumann and Mendelssohn (closed performance).