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[Tokyo/Ginza] Clemens & Julia Hagen Duo Recital

[Tokyo/Ginza] Clemens & Julia Hagen Duo Recital


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Clemens & Julia Hagen Duo Recital

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October 3, 2022 (Monday) 19:00 start


Clemens Hagen (cello)

Julia Hagen (cello)


Ginza Oji Hall


All seats reserved 7,000 yen

*HP reception ends

*Tickets will be sold on the day from 18:30 at the venue reception.

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J. Haydn: D duet in D major, Hob.:3+5
J. Barrière: Sonata in G major for two cellos
D. Popper: Suite for 2 Cellos, Op.16
L. Boccherini: Sonata in C major for two cellos, G.74
M. Bartholomei: Light / Licht
J. Offenbach: Celloni Quartet in A minor, Op. 53-2
N. Paganini: Moses Fantasia
*The program is subject to change without notice.


Julia Hagen Profile

Clemens Hagen Profile
Clemens Hagen
Born into a family of musicians in Salzburg, Clemens Hagen received his first lessons at the age of six. Two years later he began his studies at the Salzburg Mozarteum Conservatory, before moving to the Basel Hochschule für Musik in Switzerland. Studied under Wilfried Takezi and Heinrich Schiff.
In addition to numerous first prizes, in 1983 he received the special prize of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Karl Böhm Prize.
As a soloist, he has performed with internationally renowned orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic, the Vienna Philharmonic, the Vienna Symphony and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
Chamber music is an important part of his solo career, and the Hagen Quartet has been performing all over the world for 40 years, with over 45 CDs released by Deutsche Grammophon.
Gidon Kremer, Renaud Capuçon, Leonidas Kavakos, Maxim Vengerov, Christian Tetzlaff, Yuja Wang, Evgeny Kissin, Mitsuko Uchida, Martha Argerich, Hélène Grimaud, Kirill Gerstein, Stephan Vlader , Leif Ove Andsnes, and Sabine Meyer.
In 2003, he was invited by the late Claudio Abbado to join the newly founded Lucerne Festival Orchestra. He is still active as a member of the orchestra.
Since the 2018/19 season, he has been the cellist of the Vienna Piano Trio.
Since 1988, he has been teaching cello and chamber music at the Mozarteum University of Salzburg, and since 2003 he has been teaching the younger generation as a professor at the same university.
The instrument used is a Stradivarius made in 1698 (produced by Antonio Stradivari).