16 & 17 SEPTEMBER 2017
DE NIEUWE KHL & LLOYD HOTEL
SATURDAY 16 SEPTEMBER 2017

13:00

De Nieuwe KHL

Single ticket: €12,50

Romantic Piano Quatre Mains



Mendelssohn : Andante and variations in b flat Op.83
Moscheless : Grand Sonata
Mendelssohn : Octet in E flat Op.20 (a transcription for 4 hands)

*Piano: Steinweg Nachf built in 1880

15:30

De Nieuwe KHL

Single ticket: €12,50

Poetry Reading


20:15

Lloyd Hotel's Salon

Single ticket: €12,50

17th and 18th century English Pop songs

SUNDAY 17 SEPTEMBER 2017

11:00

De Nieuwe KHL

Single ticket: €12,50
MUSIC: Antje Lohse & Trio Arti

Mezzo soprano: Antje Lohse
Clarinet: Fie Schouten
Cello: Eva van de Poll
Piano: Keiko Shichijo


POETRY: Samuel Vriezen

Kurt Weil x Contemporary



Songs by Kurt Weil
Piano trio's by Theo Loevendie, Wolfgang Rihm

*Piano: Steinweg Nachf built in 1880

14:00

De Nieuwe KHL

Single ticket: €12,50

Armenian classical music x Jazz



Piano music by Komitas Vardapet
Jazz piano trio

*Piano: Steinweg Nachf built in 1880
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PIANO
Grotrian, Helfferich, Schulz, Th. Steinweg Nachf., Braunschweig

The piano used is a 'Grotrian, Helfferich, Schulz, Th. Steinweg Nachf.', built in 1880.

Theodor Steinweg was the oldest son of the famous Henry Steinway (originally Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg), founder of Steinway & Sons. He continued his fathers factory, who had left to the US in 1850. In 1858 he started a new factory with Friedrich Grotrian, in Braunschweig. Just two years later, Friedrich suddenly died after returning from a business trip. When his brothers Charles and Henry Steinway had passed away, he went to help is family in New York, as he knew much about casting iron.

He sold his shard of the company to Wilhelm Grotrian, the son of Friedrich and two other workes Adolf Helfferich and Heinrich Otto Wilhelm Schulz. At first they called it 'C.F. Th. Steinweg Nachf.', because of his familiar name, but later decided to rename it to 'Grotrian, Helfferich, Schulz, Th. Steinweg Nachf.'.

After one and a half years, Theodor returned to Braunschweig, now as Theodore Steinway. He later said that he particularly enjoyed that time, as he didn't need to deal with the business side but could do what he loved most: making piano's.
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