Wiesengrund - die Sonate op. 111: Johann Vacher

Bei diesem musikalischen Happening spielen das ganze Wochenende über Pianist*innen die letzte Sonate von L. v. Beethoven, Nr. 32 op. 111, um sie immer wieder neu zu hören und zu verstehen.

Das Event findet vom 13.-16.12. in der Meininger Str. 8 in Berlin-Schöneberg statt. Eine Anmeldung oder Ticketbuchung ist nicht erforderlich - alle sind willkommen. Hinter dem Ticketbutton verbirgt sich ein Zeitplan mit einer Übersicht aller Pianist*innen.
15:05 bis 15:35 Uhr

Johann Vacher

Johann Vacher is a French musician, born in 1989. He likes to perform unknown masterpieces by major composers and offer the audience the opportunity to (re)discover these works. Johann won the International Piano Competition in Sète (France) in 2008 and the Composition Competition in Cergy-Pontoise (France) the same year. He studied piano and chamber music in the High School of Music of Geneva with Pascal Devoyon, Cedric Pescia and Gabor Takacs-Nagy. He now teaches there sight-reading and instrumental accompaniment and he is currently doing a PhD in musical research and practice at the Orpheus Instituut Gent / LUCA Leuven.

Johann is passionate about theatre and interactions between music and other arts. He is an active member of « Ensemble Caravelle », based in Switzerland, which brings music and theatre together in unique performances. Within this ensemble, Johann is a musician, comedian and composer at the same time. Together with the violinist Stanislas Gosset (Duo Mercutio), they are the funding members and artistic directors of the Cotentin Chamber Music Festival « Les Fieffés Musiciens », which is held each year in July since 2015.


15.12.2019 - Berlin
Wiesengrund - die Sonate op. 111: Johann Vacher
Johann Vacher
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