For the past 35 years the Hayashizaki – Hagemann Duo has established itself as one of the most creative and versatile piano duos in Europe. Since the early studies with Prof. Robert Alexander Bohnke at the University of Music in Freiburg in Breisgau, the Duo has performed many innovative programmes worldwide. 

The Duo made their Debut in 1984 at the International Music Festival Weeks in Monfalcone, Italy. Their repertoire includes a wide range of musical styles and genres: from four-hands tango adaptations through to the ”Hamadryades" written by the Belgian composer Jacqueline Fontyn. Memorable highlights include the performance of Wagner's "Parsifal" transcribed by Engelbert Humperdinck in Reykjavik and Leipzig. In their extraordinary Shodō performance, the Duo combines music played on the clavichord with sounds specifically related to Japanese calligraphy. Several composers have written for the Piano Duo, currently the British composer John Palmer and the Argentine composer and pianist Horacio Lavandera.
Current Programs 
Piano four-handed
Song without words with Maria & Peter Warkentin (Reading), lyrics by Sofja Tolstaja, music by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Sergei Taneyev, Yuri Pomerantzew 
... wistful Memory of an escaped beautiful time: Ludwig van Beethoven on his 250th Birthday
Chopin in Paris: music by Robert Schumann, Friedrich Kalkbrenner, Felix Mendelssohn, Franz Liszt, Frédéric Chopin and others
The lost half of life  Soirée on the 250th birthday of Friedrich Hölderlin with songs, piano music and an approach to the theologian, lyricist and composer Wilhelm Walther. Christine Reber, Soprano, Piano Duo Hayashizaki-Hagemann, Prof. Dr. Michael Theobald
A ray of light has stripped me Alma Mahler-Werfel and her composition teacher Josef Labor (CD: Pasticcio Prize of ORF) Reading is dangerous with Vera Lippisch (reading), text by Isolde Kurz, (music: Tchaikovsky-Francesca da Rimini)
I am the World: music by Alexander Scriabin, Alexander Glasunov …
Rush of Life music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Waltz and Legends music by Schumann, Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Robert Fuchs, Johann Strauss and others
Parsifal music: Richard Wagner/Engelbert Humperdinck
TANGO-KOMPLEX music by Astor Piazzolla, Horacio Lavandera and others.
All roads lead to Vienna music by Kreutzer, Schubert and Mozart
Contemporary Music music by Horacio Lavandera, John Palmer, Michael Frank Hagemann, Carl Vine, Jacquelin Fontyn, Philipp Kronbichler, Martin Brenne, Robert-Alexander Bohnke and others
Clara Schumann for his 200th Birthday with Wolfgang Seibold (reading), music by Clara and Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms and others
2 Pianos
Johann Sebastian Bach/Rheinberger/Reger: Goldberg Variations
Richard Wagner/Alfred Pringsheim: Prelude and Isoldes Liebestod
Gustav Donath: Prelude and Fugue
Three Syncopations

Huber Quartet (Piano Duo Hayashizaki-Hagemann, Cornelia Lörcher-Breuninger, Violin and Bernhard Lörcher, Cello)
Hans Huber: Waltz op. 27 and op. 54
Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony No 1
Martin Jahnke: Lux Aeterna
Choir and Piano four handed
Johannes Brahms: A German Requiem, Alto - Rhapsody, Destiny Song, Nänie, Vocals of Parces, Love Songs, New Love Songs
Benjamin Britten: Saint Nicolas-Cantata op. 42
Igor Stravinsky: Psalm Symphony

Choir and 2 Pianos
Gioachino Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle
Clavichord and Japanese Calligraphy
Michael Frank Hagemann: 07473 */512172431 for brush and Clavichord

 

 

 

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