Antje Weithaas

violin

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General Management

CR Marco Borggreve

Dates

22.06. 20:00
Wasserkraftwerk Heimbach

Antje Weithaas, violin

23.06. 19:00
Wasserkraftwerk Heimbach

Dave Maric,  „Run Chime“ for String Quartet and Percussion
Sergei Tanejev,  Piano Quintet in G minor, Op.30

Antje Weithaas, violin
Florian Donderer, violin
Volker Jacobsen, viola
Maximilian Hornung, violoncello
Hans Kristian Kjos Sörensen, percussion
Young Hwan Jung, piano

24.06. 20:00
Wasserkraftwerk Heimbach

Max Bruch,  String Quintet in E flat major, Op. posth.
Robert Schumann,  Klavierquintett Es-Dur op. 44

Antje Weithaas, violin
Lars Vogt, piano
Isabelle Faust, violin
Florian Donderer, violin
Sarah Christian, violin
Elisabeth Kufferath, viola
Sindy Mohammed, viola
Maximilian Hornung, violoncello
Quirine Viersen, violoncello

25.06. 20:00
Wasserkraftwerk Heimbach

Franz Schubert,  String Quartet No. 14 in D minor, D810 'Death and the Maiden'
Josef Rheinberger,  Nonett Es-Dur op. 139

Antje Weithaas, violin
Nicola Jürgensen, clarinet
Zora Slokar, horn
Dag Jensen, bassoon
Sarah Christian, violin
Anna Reszniak, violin
Elisabeth Kufferath, viola
Maximilian Hornung, violoncello
Quirine Viersen, violoncello
Charles DeRamus, double bass
Andrea Lieberknecht, flute
Viola Wilmsen, oboe

26.06. 20:00
Wasserkraftwerk Heimbach

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,  Symphony in D major No. 38 KV 504 'Prague'

Danae Dörken, piano
Andrea Lieberknecht, flute
Antje Weithaas, violin
Julian Steckel, violoncello

07.07. 17:00
St.-Marien-Kirche, Treuenbrietzen

Witold Lutoslawski,  Partita for violin and piano
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,  Sonata for piano and violin in A major, KV 526
Clara Schumann,  Drei Romanzen für Violine und Klavier
Edvard Grieg,  Sonata for violin and piano No. 2 in G major, Op. 13

Antje Weithaas, violin
Boris Kusnezow, piano

18.07. 20:00
Kumho Art Hall, Seoul

Johann Sebastian Bach,  Sonate Nr. 1 g-Moll BWV1001
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 1
Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 1 in B minor BWV 1002
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 4
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for Violin solo Op. 27, Nr. 6
Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 3 in E major BWV 1006

Antje Weithaas, violin

20.07. 20:00
Mountain View Theatre, Shenzhen

Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 1 in B minor BWV 1002
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 5
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 2
Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 2 in D minor BWV 1004

Antje Weithaas, violin

22.07. 20:00
Shanghai Grand Theatre

Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 1 in B minor BWV 1002
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 5
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 2
Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 2 in D minor BWV 1004

Antje Weithaas, violin

25.07. 20:00
Kumho Art Hall, Seoul

Johann Sebastian Bach,  Violin Sonata No. 3 in C major BWV 1005
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 5
Johann Sebastian Bach,  Sonate für Solovioline Nr. 2 in a-moll (BWV 1003)
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 3
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 2
Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 2 in D minor BWV 1004

Antje Weithaas, violin

15.08. 21:00
Schloss Elmau

Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 1 in B minor BWV 1002
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 5
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 2
Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 2 in D minor BWV 1004

Antje Weithaas, violin

17.08. 20:00
St. Georg- und Mauritiuskirche Flemhude

Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 1 in B minor BWV 1002
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 5
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 2
Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 2 in D minor BWV 1004

Antje Weithaas, violin

18.08. 19:00
Ev.-luth. Kirche am Markt, Hamburg-Blankenese

Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 1 in B minor BWV 1002
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 5
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 2
Johann Sebastian Bach,  Partita No. 2 in D minor BWV 1004

Antje Weithaas, violin

04.09. 19:30
Großer Sitzungssaal des Landratsamtes, Traunstein

Felix Mendelssohn,  Violin Sonata in F major (1838)
Johannes Brahms,  Scherzo WoO 2
Eugène Ysaye,  Sonata for solo violin Op 27 No 5
Maurice Ravel,  Sonata for Violin and Piano

Antje Weithaas, violin
Silke Avenhaus, piano

biography

“Antje Weithaas is one of the great violinists of our time.” (FonoForum)

Brimful of energy, Antje Weithaas’ brings her compelling musical intelligence and technical mastery to every detail of the music. Her charisma and stage presence are captivating, but never overshadow the works themselves. She has a wide-ranging repertoire that includes the great concertos by Mozart, Beethoven and Schumann, new works such as Jörg Widmann’s Violin Concerto, modern classics by Shostakovich, Prokofiev, Ligeti and Gubaidulina, and lesser performed concertos by Hartmann and Schoeck.

As a soloist, Antje Weithaas has worked with most of Germany’s leading orchestras, including the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Bamberg Symphony and the major German radio orchestras, numerous major international orchestras such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, Philharmonia Orchestra and the BBC Symphony, as well as and the leading orchestras of the Netherlands, Scandinavia, and Asia. She has collaborated with the illustrious conductors Vladimir Ashkenazy, Dmitri Kitayenko, Sir Neville Marriner, Marc Albrecht, Yakov Kreizberg, Sakari Oramo and Carlos Kalmar.

Highlights of the 2018/19 season include performances with Het Residentie Orkest under Otto Tausk (Gubaidulina Offertorium), Het Gelders Orkest under Antonello Manacorda (Bruch 1), the MDR-Sinfonieorchester under Klaus Mäkela in Leipzig and Ludwigsburg (Beethoven), the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra under Olari Elts (Brahms), the Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra under Eivind Gullberg-Jensen (Beethoven) and the NDR Radiophilharmonie under Andrew Manze (Bruch 1).

With her infectious zest for communication, Antje Weithaas‘ reputation for inspiring play-lead concerts is rapidly growing. Having been the Camerata Bern’s artistic director for almost ten years, she was responsible for the ensemble’s musical profile, leading large works such as Beethoven’s symphonies, and recording music by Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Mendelssohn and Beethoven. She will continue this close collaboration and also enjoys ongoing relationships with the Swedish Chamber Orchester, the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, the Academy of Taiwan Strings, the Orquesta Da Camera Barcelona and the Kammerakademie Potsdam.

In May 2018, her musical versatility was showcased in an artistic residency at the Schwetzingen SWR Festival. The Arcanto Quartet, in which she performed with fellow violinist Daniel Sepec, violist Tabea Zimmermann and cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras, has been particularly important to Antje Weithaas as a chamber musician. They have released CDs on the label Harmonia Mundi of works by Bartók, Brahms, Ravel, Dutilleux, Debussy, Schubert and Mozart.

Antje Weithaas produced a reference recording of Beethoven and Berg’s violin concertos in 2013 with the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra under Steven Sloane (CAvi-music). There were rave reviews for Antje Weithaas’ latest project for CAvi: the complete recordings of Johann Sebastian Bach’s solo sonatas and partitas and Eugène Ysaÿe’s solo sonatas, which was recently completed. The label cpo released her recordings of Max Bruch’s complete works for violin and orchestra with the NDR Radio Philharmonic under Hermann Bäumer to great acclaim. Antje Weithaas continues her collaboration with the NDR Radio Philharmonic and cpo with recordings of Schumann’s Violin Concerto and Brahms’ Double Concerto with Maximilian Hornung, both conducted by Andrew Manze.

Antje Weithaas began playing the violin at the age of four and later studied at the Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” Berlin with Professor Werner Scholz. She won the Kreisler Competition in Graz in 1987 and the Bach Competition in Leipzig in 1988, as well as the Hanover International Violin Competition in 1991. After teaching at the Universität der Künste Berlin, Antje Weithaas became a professor of violin at the Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” in 2004. She plays on a 2001 Peter Greiner violin.                                                                                                      

2018/2019 season

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repertoire

J. S. Bach Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 1, A minor, BWV 1041
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 2, E major, BWV 1042
Concerto for 2 Violins and Orchestra No. 3, D minor, BWV 1043
B. Bartok Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 1 (1907/1908)
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 2, B minor
L. v. Beethoven Concerto for Violin and Orchestra D major, op. 61
Triple Concerto for Violin, Violoncello and Piano C major, op. 56
A. Berg Concerto for Violin and Orchestra „Dem Andenken eines Engels“ (1935)
L. Bernstein „Serenade“ (1954)
J. Brahms Concerto for Violin and Orchestra D major, op. 77
Concerto for Violin, Violoncello and Orchestra A minor, op. 102
B. Britten Concerto for Violin and Orchestra D minor, op. 15
M. Bruch Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 1 G minor, op. 26
A. Dvorak Concerto for Violin and Orchestra A minor, op. 53
E. Elgar Concerto for Violin and Orchestra B minor, op. 61
A. K. Glasunow Concerto for Violin and Orchestra A minor, op. 82
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links

You can find further information, photos and a list of upcoming concerts on Antje Weithaas’ official website.

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