The soft, sonorous sound of the horn is heard too rarely in a chamber music setting. The Trudering Cultural Center wants to change that: On Saturday, November 25, 7:30 p.m., the Ambrosius Ensemble will take the stage at the house at Wasserburger Landstrasse 32 with three famous masterpieces at once. First, the three musicians will devote themselves to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his Trio in E-flat Major, KV 407, which assigns the horn a distinctly concertante role. After the romantic trio for violin, horn and piano op.110 by Heinrich Kaspar Schmid, the virtuoso trio in E-flat major, op. 40 by Johannes Brahms follows with dreamy longing as its climax. The Ambrosius Ensemble consists of violinist Katrin Ambrosius, Ralf Götz, first solo horn player of the Gewandhaus Orchestra Leipzig, and pianist Erwin Stein, formerly of the Hochschule für Musik, Munich. Tickets for this musical highlight are available at 20 euros online at www.kulturzentrum-trudering.de/2023/11/ambrosius-horntrio/ and during the usual opening hours in the office of the Cultural Center.This content has been machine translated.