Chamber Music V

Weinbrennersaal, Kurhaus; Easter Festival 2022 Berliner Philharmoniker


Claude Debussy
Suite Bergamasque
arranged for oboe, bassoon, and string quintet by Wolfgang Renz

Sergei Prokofiev
Quintet for Oboe, Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Bass, op. 39

Maurice Ravel
Le tombeau de Couperin
arranged for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn and string quartet by Wolfgang Renz

Estimated end time: 9:00 PM


Christoph Hartmann Oboe
Vaclav Vonàšek Bassoon
Luiz Felipe Coelho Violin
Bettina Sartorius Violin
Walter Küssner Viola
Clemens Weigel Cello
Ulrich Wolff Bass
Wenzel Fuchs Clarinet
Egor Egorkin Flute
Andrej Žust Horn
Martin Stegner Viola



The Weinbrennersaal, designed by Friedrich Weinbrenner in 1824, is the oldest surviving part of the Kurhaus Baden-Baden. Eleven meters high and featuring magnificent chandeliers, the classical hall is distinguished by its special atmosphere. It originally served as a location for promenades: people would walk, chat, listen to the music, and occasionally risk a few guilders at the gambling tables next door. Today, the Weinbrennersaal is mainly used by the Philharmonie Baden-Baden.

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