Violin, violoncello, and piano create a perfect combination of musical possibilities that have inspired composers of all epochs of music history time and again, says violinist Christian Altenburger. Together with the cellist Reinhard Latzko and students of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (mdw), the pianists Sophie Druml and Mihaela Manea, he proves his assertions with Mozart and Brahms.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Piano Trio in B flat major, K. 502
Johannes Brahms, Piano Trio in B major, op. 8 (1889 version)