MUSIC BEGINS WHERE
WORDS END
The most authentic way of making music,
that's our aspiration.
FIVE CENTURIES OF
MUSICAL EXPRESSION
Our programs arrange some of the most attracting music written in the last 500 years.
written in the last 500 years.
COMING TOGETHER FOR
THE BEST SOUND
We get satisfaction from playing
thrilling yet light-hearted concerts!
WE ARE READY.
GET IN TOUCH WITH US!
We are open for your purpose and
ready to enthuse your audience.
WE ARE INSPIRED.
WE ARE CONNECTED.
These persons, ensembles and institutions
have a special meaning for us.
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MUSIC BEGINS WHERE WORDS END
In our programs we feel free to draw on any music and any instrument we need to move the listener. But every single piece we play is one that straightforwardly tells us something special that we wish to pass on to the audience. To create concerts with a strong message we play with musicians who also have a certain strength of character and extraordinary instrumental skills, thus permitting a lucid musical language.

Music intensifies – every kind of human emotion can resonate with it and thus be enhanced and stimulated. Music can break up frames of the banal and get through to what is authentic and real. This is the music we want to make!

FIVE CENTURIES OF MUSICAL EXPRESSION
Our programs are chosen from some of the most attractive music written in the last 500 years. We enjoy the contrast and the stimulating friction that can result from juxtaposing pieces from different epochs.
Here are some examples:
ORTIZ.PÄRT.BACH.POULENC.ZELENKA
Diego Ortiz – Ricercata prima e seconda sopra un tenore
Arvo Pärt – “Fratres” for Violin and Piano
Johann S. Bach – Concert for Harpsichord solo in D major, BWV 972 (after Vivaldi)
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Francis Poulenc – Trio for Piano, Oboe and Bassoon
Jan Dismas Zelenka – Trio Sonata No. 3 in B-flat major
7 players: [VIOLIN, OBOE, BASSOON, LUTE, HARPSICHORD, PIANO, DOUBLE BASS]
CAPRICORNUS.ENESCU.PIAZZOLLA.DATTA.GARDEL.DARD.PIAZZOLLA
Samuel Capricornus – Ciaconna in D major
George Enescu – Excerpts from Suite op. 18 for Piano solo
Astor Piazzolla – “Jeanne y Paul“ (arr. Nisinman) & “Nightclub 1930“
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Pedro Datta – “El Aeroplano“ (arr. Nisinman)
Carlos Gardel – “Por una cabeza“
Antoine Dard – Sonata in C major for Bassoon and B.C.
Astor Piazzolla – Concierto para Quinteto
7 players: [VIOLIN, BANDONEON, BASSOON, BAROQUE GUITAR, HARPSICHORD, PIANO, BASS]
RACHMANINOV.BEETHOVEN.BOISMORTIER.RAVEL.BIBER
Sergei Rachmaninow – Trio élégiaque No. 1 in G minor for Violin, Cello and Piano
Ludwig v. Beethoven – 12 Variations on “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen“ for Cello and Piano
Joseph B. de Boismortier – Sonata prima for Bassoon and B.C.
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Maurice Ravel – Sonata for Violin and Cello
H.I.F. von Biber – Sonata repraesentativa for Violin and B.C.
6 players: [VIOLIN, CELLO, BASSOON, BAROQUE GUITAR, HARPSICHORD, PIANO]
TELEMANN.WIDMANN.BOEDDECKER.BACH.HUMMEL
Georg Philipp Telemann – Trio Sonata in B-flat major TWV 42:B5
Jörg Widmann – “5 Bruchstücke” for Clarinet and Piano
Philipp F. Böddecker – Sonata sopra “La Monica” for Bassoon and B.C.
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Johann S. Bach – Concerto in C major for Harpsichord solo BWV 976 (after Vivaldi)
Johann N. Hummel – Grand Serenade C major op. 66 for Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Bassoon and Piano
6 players: [VIOLIN, CLARINET, BASSOON, GUITAR, HARPSICHORD, PIANO]
DEBUSSY.PENDERECKI.DEFALLA.BOUTRY.HUMMEL
Claude Debussy – 5 Preludes (from Premier Livre) for Piano solo
Krzysztof Penderecki – Prelude for Clarinet solo
Manuel de Falla – Suite populaire espagnole for Violin and Guitar
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Roger Boutry – Interferences I for Bassoon and Piano
Johann N. Hummel – Grande Serenade G major for Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Bassoon and Piano
5 players: [VIOLIN, GUITAR, CLARINET, BASSOON, PIANO]
BEETHOVEN.PIRCHNER.KOECHLIN.PIAZZOLLA.ETC
Ludwig v. Beethoven – Sonate in G major for Piano and Violin
Werner Pirchner – “Mit FaGottes Hilfe” for Bassoon solo
Charles Koechlin – Trois pieces for Bassoon and Piano
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Tango music by Astor Piazzolla and other composers with Bandoneon, Violin, Piano and Double bass
5 players: [VIOLIN, BASSOON, PIANO, BANDONEON, DOUBLE BASS]
VIVALDI.BACH.BREIT.DARD.PISENDEL
Antonio Vivaldi – Sonata C major for Violin, Lute and B.C.
Johann S. Bach – Concerto D minor for Harpsichord solo BWV 947
Bert Breit – Fragments for Violin solo
Antoine Dard – Sonata C major for Bassoon and B.C
Johann G. Pisendel – Sonata in D major for Violin and B.C.
4 players: [VIOLIN, BASSOON, LUTE, HARPSICHORD]
CORELLI.MOZART.PAGANINI.DUBOIS.SANTIAGO.BEETHOVEN
Arcangelo Corelli – Sonata in D major for Violin and B.C.
Wolfgang A. Mozart – Fantasia in C minor KV 475
Paganini – Sonata for Violin and Guitar in E minor op. 3, No. 6
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Pierre M. Dubois – Sonatine Tango for Bassoon and Piano
Santiago de Murcia – “Jácaras de la Costa” and “Cumbees” Dances for Baroque guitar
Ludwig v. Beethoven – Piano trio in B-flat major “Gassenhauer” op. 11
4 players: [VIOLIN, BASSOON, (BAROQUE) GUITAR, PIANO]
BACH.DUTILLEUX.YSAYE.TANSMAN.FRANCK
Carl Ph. E. Bach – Sonata for Piano, Violin and Bassoon
Henry Dutilleux – Sarabande et Cortege for Bassoon and Piano
Eugene Ysaye – Sonate Nr. 3 “Ballade” for Violin solo
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Alexandre Tansman – Sonatine for Bassoon and Piano
César Franck – Sonate in A major for Violin and Piano
3 players: [VIOLIN, BASSOON, PIANO]
CORELLI.MURCIA.BERTOLI.MASCITTI.PIETSWANKE.TARTINI
Arcangelo Corelli – Sonata for Violin and Basso continuo in A-Major, Op. 5 No. 9
Santiago de Murcia – Follias for Baroque guitar
Giovanni A. Bertoli – Sonata quarta for Bassoon and Basso Continuo
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Michele Mascitti – Violin Sonata F major op. 6, N° 1
Herbert Piets-Wanke – “12 Komplexe” for Bassoon solo
Giuseppe Tartini – Sonata for Violin and Basso continuo in G minor “Il Trillo del Diavolo”
3 players: [VIOLIN, BASSOON, BAROQUE GUITAR]
MOZART.STRAVINSKY.SCHNITTKE.GRIEG
Wolfgang A. Mozart – Sonata in C major for Violin and Piano KV 403 (385c)
Igor Stravinsky – Duo Concertante for Violin and Piano
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Alfred Schnittke – Suite in the old style for Violin and Piano, op. 80
Edvard Grieg – Sonata Nr. 3 in C minor for Violin and Piano, op. 45
2 players: [VIOLIN, PIANO]
BESOZZI.ROMANESCA.SELMA.MARCELLO.KAPSBERGER.VIVALDI
Girolamo Besozzi – Sonata in Sib maggiore for Bassoon and Basso continuo
Alessandro Piccinini – Romanesca, Ciaccona and Gagliarda for Theorbo solo
Bartolomeo de Selma y Salaverde – Fantasia for Bassoon and Basso continuo
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Benedetto Marcello – Sonata No. 2 in E minor
Johann H. Kapsberger – Canario & Toccata for Theorbo solo
Antonio Vivaldi – Sonata in A minor RV 44
2 players: [(BAROQUE) BASSOON, THEORBO]
COMING TOGETHER FOR THE BEST SOUND
MARIYA NESTEROVSKA
Violin /// Born in Kiev, Ukraine. Studied in Kiev, Hamburg, Cologne and Gent i. a. with Ludmilla Ovcharenko and Mikhail Bezverkhny. At a young age became a laureate of multiple international competitions as a soloist and chamber musician in Paris, Belgrade, Covilha, Atri, Ragusa/ New York etc. Concerts all over Europe. CD-recording together with Nenad Lečić comprising works by Skoryk, Schnittke and Franck.
NENAD LECIC
Piano /// Born in Čačak, Serbia. Studied in Belgrade and Cologne with Igor Lasko, Arbo Valdma and Pierre-Laurent Aimard. Debut with orchestra at the age of 11. Young-European-Talent-Award by RAI. Laureate of numerous international competitions. Concerts in Europe and Asia performing in renowned series like Klavierfestival Ruhr, Pianorama (WDR), Atelier (Philharmonie Cologne). Lecturer at the Musikhochschule Cologne.
HUBERT MITTERMAYER NESTEROVSKIY
Bassoon /// Born in Innsbruck, Austria. Studied with Georg Klütsch (Weimar/Cologne). Performances as solo bassoon in numerous European orchestras with conductors like Sir C. Davis, L. Maazel, P. Järvi und P. Boulez. Chamber music with partners like Zakhar Bron, Jörg Widmann and the Vogler Quartett at festivals in Osnabrück, Schleswig-Holstein etc. and as a soloist with the Orquesta Filarmónica at the Teatro Colon de Buenos Aires.
RAFAEL BONAVITA
Guitars and Lutes /// Born in Montevideo, Uruguay. Studied classical guitar with Alvaro Pierri, and ancient lutes and guitars with Hopkinson Smith. Worldwide concert activities with Jordi Savall, René Jacobs, Marc Minkovski etc. Numerous recordings for broadcasting companies in Europe and Asia. CD-recordings for the label Enchiriadis with music by Bach, Bartolotti, de Murcia and Sanz as well as own compositions.
MUSICIANS WHO JOIN US FOR CONCERTS:
Francesco Corti – harpsichord, organ
Julian Vital Frey – harpsichord, organ
Marcelo Nisinman – bandonon
Robert Oberaigner – clarinet
David Pia – cello
Stefan Preyer – double bass
Gabriel Schwabe – cello
Dragan Trajkovski – double bass
WE ARE READY. GET IN TOUCH WITH US!

It's our delight to arrange the perfect program for your hall, your particular festival or your extraordinary concert series. Please tell us your ideas! We are available to discuss your requirements and ready to enthuse your audience.

WE ARE INSPIRED. WE ARE CONNECTED.

These artists, ensembles and institutions have a special meaning for us. Have a look at them and their work!

MUSIC BEGINS WHERE WORDS END

The most authentic way of making music, that's our aspiration.

FIVE CENTURIES OF MUSICAL EXPRESSION

Our programs are chosen from some of the most attractive music written in the last 500 years.

COMING TOGETHER FOR THE BEST SOUND

We get satisfaction from playing thrilling yet light-hearted concerts!

WE ARE READY. GET IN TOUCH WITH US!

We are open for your purpose and ready to enthuse your audience.

WE ARE INSPIRED. WE ARE CONNECTED.

These persons, ensembles and institutions have a special meaning for us.