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The next concert within the series called „Chamber Music, So Close” – on November 24th, in the Solti Hall of the Liszt Academy – will be given by the Auer Trio. 

The first piece will be Beethoven’s Piano Trio in B-flat major, also known as the ‘Archduke’ Trio dedicated by the composer to his friend and, at the same time, his favourite student, Archduke Rudolph. Its public premiere was held on April 11th in 1814 in the very ritzy Viennese ‘Hotel to the Roman Emperor’ with Beethoven himself at the piano; due to his progressed illness, it turned out to be his last public performance. The other piece to be performed at the concert will be Dvořák’s Piano Trio in E minor, mostly referred to as the Dumky Trio. The trio featuring the motives of the characteristic Ukrainian dance, the dumka in six movements, was first performed in Prague in 1891, on the same evening when Dvořák was awarded a honorary doctorate by the Charles University. The piece was very well received, with fourty Czech and Moravian concert stages immediately expressing their intent to present the Dumky . 

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Auer trio
Photo Credit: Szilvia Végső-Herr


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