Dan Ettinger returns to the Stuttgarter Philharmoniker after three months in lockdown for four chamber performances where he will play works by Mozart, Schubert, Wolf, and Rossini, only one year after his serious hand injury. The Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, along with all other orchestras and venues around the world, had to cancel all performances due to the global Coronavirus pandemic.
On Tuesday, June 30, at 16:00 and 19:00, Ettinger plays Schubert’s String Trio in B flat major, D581, and Mozart’s Piano Quartet in G minor, violinist Matthias Wächter, violist Lonn Akahoshi, and cellist Wassily Gerassimez. On Saturday, July 4, at 16:00 and 19:00, Ettinger will perform Wolf’s lighthearted Italian Serenade, Rossini’s Sonate a quattro No. 3, and Mozart’s vivacious Piano Quintet in E-flat major. Joining him on stage are members of the Stuttgarter Philharmoniker including violinist Julia Schautz, violist Akiko Hirataka, cellist Krassimira Krasteva, bassist Folkert Weitzel, oboist Maïwenn Nicolas, clarinettist Peter Fellhauer, hornist Stefan Helbig, bassoonist Frank Lehmann.
Learn more about the Stuttgarter Philharmoniker summer concerts here.
Photo: Jürgen Altmann