|Chamber Soloists Lucerne, Switzerland, 2005|
Tour dates: 2005
Chamber Soloists Lucerne
The Chamber Soloists Lucerne were founded at the turn of the new millenium.
This ensemble consists of internationally acclaimed musicians, and a large number of the members are Professors at the Musikhochschule of Lucerne, Swi
Vladimir Ashkenazy and James Galway take part for the musical- and artistic support of the Chamber Soloists Lucerne.
In their quest for entertaining and fulfilling programs, the Chamber Soloists Lucerne play works from trio to nonet, their concerts and programs spanning the broad stylistic range of chamber-music literature, from baroque to contemporary music.
Following the enormous success of their concerts, and the release of their first CD with the Piano quartet op.15 by Fauré and Beethoven's Septet op.20, which was received publicly and by the press with enthusiasm as well as the latest CD with chamber-music by Thüring Bräm; the ensemble was awarded the Cultural Prize of the Private Culture Club Lucerne for the season 2000-2001. The presentation ceremony took place in conjunction with the summer concert at the Hotel Schweizerhof in
The third Concert season included four subscription-series concerts as well as a nationwide tour of
Concerts at the beginning of april 03 in Warshaw / Polen, an invitation of the University of warshaw (including 2 concerts in the famous Chopin hall) Southamerica concerttour with 10 concerts in
It is also a great desire of the ensembles members, to meet and work with talented musicians, in masterclasses and musical encounters, be that in chamber music tuition, or in individual lessons.
More information about the Chamber Soloists Lucerne are published at: www.chambersoloists.ch