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May 15th, 2020

-->«Goethe`s Magic Box», 6 Bagatelles for harp & piano

Switzerland, Zurich, Confluence Music Festival

Joel von Lerber, harp; Bernhard Parz, piano


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May 02nd, 2020

Confluence Music Festival 2020

For the fourth time, the «Confluence Music Festival» directed by Pi-Chin Chien and Fabian Müller will take place in Zurich in the spring of 2020. The timeless connection of folk music and classical music as well as the musical encounter of different cultures is also a topic at the 4th Confluence Music Festival. It will take place between May 2nd and May 16th, 2020.



January 20th, 2020

Recording of the «Concertino» for cello, piano for four hands and string orchestra

In January 2020, the recordings of two works on CD will take place in Lithuania, the Concertino for cello, piano for four hands and string orchestra, as well as the «Swiss Suite» for violoncello and string orchestra; with Pi-Chin Chien, violoncello, the piano duo Vilma & Daniel Zbinden, and the Klaipėda Chamber Orchestra. The CD is expected to be released in spring 2020.



June 27th, 2019

New CD-Release – Four Works for String Orchestra with the Zurich Chamber Orchestra

In June 2019, the new album with works for string orchestra will be released played by the Zurich Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Willi Zimmermann. The CD features the four works «Pentaptychon - Five Alpine Pictures for String Orchestra», «Canto», the «La Folia Variations» and «Labyrinth". It is already the fifth collaboration with the award winning german label «ARS Produktion».



June 23rd, 2019

New CD release – «Tea for Two Cellos»

Excerpts from a review by «These are influences from Asian musical traditions, sometimes reminiscent of Debussy and Ravel, who, as we know, enthusiastically received impulses from the Far East. This is fragrant, flowery and unfolds with subtle nuances. Like good tea. And it is precisely this, from certain types of tea and their stories, that inspires the ten duo pieces written by the Zurich cellist and composer Fabian Müller for himself and his wife, the Taiwan cellist Pi-Chin Chien.» (...) «The playfulness of the duo is noticeable in the meandering dialogues, sometimes in spirited, sometimes intimate interplay.»