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Alexander Bedenko clarinet

Brendan Kane double bass

Illustrated talk by Misha Donat

Thursday, December 14 , 7.30pm

Bohemian Hall 321 East 73rd St, New York

Schubert Octet in F Major D.803 Op. 166

No piece by Schubert pays clearer homage to his greatest contemporary, Beethoven, than his Octet – one of his most irresistibly exuberant chamber works.

It was commissioned by Count Ferdinand Troyer, amateur clarinetist and chief steward to Beethoven’s pupil and patron

Archduke Rudolph of Austria. Troyer wanted a piece modeled on Beethoven’s Septet, Op.20, and Schubert duly scored his music for an almost identical ensemble.

He also mirrored Beethoven’s six-movement scheme – even prefacing each of the outer movements with a slow introduction. And as in the Beethoven, the work’s centerpiece is a set of variations.

This being Schubert, the variation theme comes from one of his vocal compositions: a duet in a Singspiel he had composed at the age of eighteen.

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Illustrated talk by Damian Fowler

Wednesday, February 7 , 7.30pm

Bohemian Hall, 321 East 73rd Street

Taneyev Piano Quintet in G minor, Op. 30

Arensky Second String Quartet No. 2 in A minor

Blazing stars such as Tchaikovsky risk eclipsing less sensational talents, but these more modest figures can have their moments of greatness too. Anton Arensky’s Quartet, composed in memory of Tchaikovsky, is for an ensemble of single violin, viola and two cellos, giving the sound a haunting dark richness.

Quotations from Orthodox chants and from Tchaikovsky’s song ‘Legend’ suggest a prayer for the composer’s soul, but the outcome is joyous and celebratory. Tchaikovsky’s pupil Sergei Taneyev is sometimes called ‘the Russian Brahms’.

He cherished Classicism and intricate counterpoint and set his face against populist emotionalism. His Piano Quintet is powerful and purposeful, however, and its sense of heroic determination is ultimately very moving.

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Edvard Munch is best known for his painting The Scream (1893-1910), one of the most recognizable paintings in the history of art. From the beginning of his career right through into his seventies, Munch unwaveringly took as the subject of his paintings the emotional and psychological state of his painted figures, using bright, clashing colors and abstract patterns to create chaotic and tumultuous feelings – everything that Hitler hated in art. 82 of his works were labelled degenerate and removed from museums.

Following World War One, as Expressionism was officially recognized in Germany, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff had artistic honors bestowed upon him for his contributions to the movement. However, these were removed with the rise of the Nazis; Schmidt-Rottluff was dismissed from the Prussian Academy of Arts in 1933, only two years after his admission, and had 608 of his pieces seized as Degenerate Art. From 1941, he was forbidden to paint. Along with Erich Heckel and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Schmidt-Rottluff was also a founding member of Die Brücke.

Like Emil Nolde, Max Beckmann was another Degenerate Artist who greatly admired Van Gogh – an admiration that became apparent particularly in his later years. Following his experiences as a medical orderly in World War One, his painting style significantly transformed, from academically correct depictions to hugely distorted figures and objects, introducing into his work the kind of radical Modernism that Hitler was so intent on suppressing. Beckmann went from enjoying huge success and honors, such as the Honorary Empire Prize for German Art in the mid 1920s, to living in self-imposed exile in Amsterdam for ten years after the rise of the Nazis and the introduction of the Degenerate Art movement. More than 500 of his works were seized by the Nazis from German museums.

Otto Mueller was considered one of the most liberal artists of the Expressionist movement; he took as his main subject matter the unity between humans and nature and consequently is well-known for his paintings of nude and gypsy women. Despite having passed away before the Degenerate Art movement was even a notion, it is perhaps no surprise that the Nazis seized 350 of his paintings from German museums in 1937.

Max Liebermann was a highly celebrated German artist prior to the rise of the Nazi party. At the turn of the 20 th Century, he was considered a leader for the artistic community, strongly and publicly advocating the necessity for the separation of art and politics. On his 50 th birthday, he was honored with a solo exhibition at the Prussian Academy of Arts in Berlin. Unfortunately for Liebermann, he was a Jew, and he made no secret of this in his Semitic subject matter within his artwork. In 1933, he resigned from his presidential post at the Prussian Academy of Arts after they decided to no longer display work by Jewish artists. On the event of his death in 1935, there was no media coverage on him whatsoever, and no representatives of the Academy present at his funeral.

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