Frank Peter Zimmermann presents the trio version of the Goldberg Variations

Frank Peter Zimmermann

Monday 26 March at 19.30 hours, he National Dissemination Center Musical (CNDM) He reaches the seventh round of their cycle Liceo de Cámara XXI, focusing on chamber music, in the Chamber Hall of the National Music Auditorium in Madrid. The protagonists of this event will be the exceptional violinist Frank Peter Zimmermann trio format, next to violista Tamestit and cellist Christian Poltéra. The program of this trio of international rope will consist of the version for string trio of Goldberg variations Johann Sebastian Bach next to String Trio on. 45 de Arnold Schoenberg. The latest posts, with a price of 10 € to 20 €, They are available at the box offices of the National Auditorium, INAEM theaters, Y 902 22 49 49.

Three superb soloists

Considered by his virtuosity one of the best violinstas, Frank Peter Zimmermann created in 2007 this formation with two other big names rope violist and cellist Antoine Tamestit Christian Poltera, to realize the dream of forming a string trio. These three musicians have an established career as a soloist and a busy schedule but come together to make a small tour as a trio for a couple times each season since its inception. Trio Zimmermann recorded with BIS Records and among his recordings are the trio Rope on. 9 Beethoven (awards “Diapason d'Or of the Year” in 2012 Y “Premio BBC Music Magazine” in 2013), he String Trio on. 3 Y Serenade on. 8 Beethoven, and the Fun KV 563 Mozart.

Frank Peter Zimmermann It is one of the most sought after violinists of his generation. Si Zimmermann, Since completing his studies with Valery Gradov, Saschko Gawriloff y Herman Krebbers, one of the big names usually required by major orchestras around the world under the baton of the great directors of international renown, to which must be added its many concert engagements and award-winning discography widely concert Dvořák, Hindemith y Brett Dean, Tamestit He has been awarded many international competitions such as the Maurice Vieux Competition Borletti-Buitoni and Trust Award, what his concerts with renowned orchestras and working as a teacher at the Paris Conservatoire and joined as co-director of Viola Space Festival in Tokyo. Tamestit played with viola “Mahler” Stradivarius 1672, courtesy of the Foundation Habisreutinger. Christian Poltéra, meanwhile, He was a pupil of Nancy Chumachenco, Boris Pergamenschikow y Heinrich Schiff, miembro del prestigioso New Generation Artists’ scheme de BBC Radio 3 in London and he has also won the Borletti-Buitoni Award among other awards. as a soloist, He is a passionate musician camera and a regular guest at many festivals. His discography is internationally acclaimed and includes seven shots covering a wide repertoire of chamber music and concerts. Poltera plays the cello famous 'Mara' Stradivarius built in 1711.