Alfred Brendel • Masterclass – chamber ensembles

Alfred Brendel, one of the greatest pianists of the 20th and 21st centuries, is still active at 93 years of age, devoting himself to music as well as to literature, writing essays, and painting. He will be guiding young musicians through the world of Ludwig van Beethoven's chamber music. Do not miss this special opportunity.

Subscription series Kurz | Education programs | Duration of the programme 3 hours | From 12 years


Alfred Brendel

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Rudolfinum — Suk Hall

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Possibility of subscription. Student and senior discounts available.

Masterclasses in English.

The programme is held in cooperation with Prague Music Performance.

Alfred Brendel has been one of the most important performers of the 20th century. He has had an extraordinary international career, for 60 years concentrating on central-European composers from Bach to Schoenberg. He is the first pianist to have recorded Ludwig van Beethoven's complete piano music, and he is significantly responsible for making Schubert's piano sonatas part of the standard repertoire. In 2016 the company Decca  issued a boxed set of 114 CDs with Brendel's complete recordings for the Phillips and Decca labels. In 1992 Brendel received the Hans von Bülow Medal from the Berlin Philharmonic, and in December 1998 he was made an honorary member of the Vienna Philharmonic. In 2001 in Cannes, he received the MIDEM award for lifetime achievement in the field of classical music.

Persons interested in active participation can apply by email to (please send a CV, photograph, and recording). The deadline is 30 Jan. 2024. Pianists and chamber ensembles: Beethoven's late works from Op. 97 and later.