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Concert in the church Sent | SEGANTINI TRIO

SEGANTINI TRIO. Franco Mettler, clarinet, Katharina Weissenbacher, violoncello and Jürg Hanselmann, piano play works by J. Brahms, M. Bruch and J. Hanselmann. Church. CHF 25. A-cash 16.00.

Evang.-ref. Village Church of San Lurench

Avant Baselgia 80, 7554 Sent


18.09.2022 at 17:00 o'clock
CHF 25.00
Evang.-ref. Village Church of San Lurench

Franco Mettler –
clarinetKatharina Weissenbacher –
violoncelloJürg Hanselmann –

pianoIn addition to one work each by Johannes Brahms and Max Bruch, an original composition by Jürg Hanselmann will also be performed.

The Bündner Tagblatt wrote about the Segantini Trio: "The three musicians merge into unity – you listen to each other and inspire each other."


Max Bruch Aus: Eight Pieces, op.
831838-1919 for clarinet, violoncello and piano
- No. 2 Allegro con moto
- No. 7 Allegro vivace, ma non troppo

Jürg Hanselmann Sonata in E minor
*1960 for clarinet and piano
- Mosso
- Grave e mesto
- Andante

Johannes Brahms Clarinet Trio in A minor op.
1141833-1897 for clarinet, violoncello and piano
- Allegro
- Adagio
- Andante grazioso
- Allegro


HanselmannThe Liechtenstein-Swiss pianist and composer obtained the soloist diploma for piano "with distinction" at the Bern Conservatory. Further stations of his training were Louis Kentner (London) and Irina Edelstein (Frankfurt/M.), master classes with the Beaux Arts Trio and Mieczyslaw Horszowski. He subsequently studied composition and counterpoint with Sándor Veress. Jürg Hanselmann is a multiple winner (e.g. Migros Competition Zurich, Culture Prize of the Int. Bodenseekonferenz München). Concerts in Europe and the USA, radio and film recordings and numerous CD productions - including the entire piano work of Josef Rheinberger - document his artistic activity. As a composer, Jürg Hanselmann has distinguished himself with piano, chamber music, choral and orchestral works, e.B. 2010 with the world premiere of his Piano Concerto for the Left Hand, the first work of this genre by a Swiss composer. For his wind quintet "Ricercare" he won first prize in the composition competition "Klang der Welt" of the Deutsche Oper Berlin in 2012. His works are published by the Bernese music publisher Müller & Schade AG.


WeissenbacherThe Austrian cellist completed her artistic and pedagogical training at the music academies of Cologne, Ljubljana, Würzburg and Zurich. Since 2012 she has been doing her doctorate in jazz research at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz with a research focus on "Jazz in the GDR" and has lectured at international conferences such as "Rhythm Changes", "Radio Jazz Research" and "Gesellschaft für Popularmusikforschung". Katharina Weissenbacher teaches violoncello parallel to her research activities at the Sargans Cantonal School and the Appenzell and Gossau SG Music Schools. She also performs as a soloist and is active in several chamber music formations.


MettlerThe musician Franco Mettler, who comes from Toggenburg (SG) and lives and works in Chur GR, studied at the Musikhochschule Zürich, where he completed his studies with the concert diploma for clarinet. Franco Mettler continued his studies at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam with a focus on bass clarinet and contemporary music. He also continued his education at the Jazz school in St. Gallen.

In 1999 he received a sponsorship award from the Canton of Graubünden and in 2007 the Recognition Award of the City of Chur. Franco Mettler is a member of the "kammerphilharmonie graubünden" and works as a freelance musician. As a soloist and chamber musician, he performs music of various styles. He teaches at the Music School Chur and at the Cantonal School Sargans.

The personal customer/family ticket 5 for 4 is available at the box office for CHF 100.

The KulturBus takes you to Scuol, Ftan and Ardez for free after the concert. Register at the box office.


further information at: sent-concerts.ch


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