PHOTO: © Klavierduo Bauerecker Stöber_1©laurreethomas


In the organizer's words:

Come closer, even closer.
In their debut program,the piano duo Bauerecker Stöber sheds light onfour handed aspects of closeness in music. Bach chorale arrangements by Reinhard Febel (maybe you get closer to Bach through them, maybe you move away from him) frame the program, which brings together music from the Baroque period to the year 2024. Schubert's Fantasie, composed close to death, Dai Fujikura's half remembered city, in which the hands and arms of the players entwine, Mozart's intimate sounds in his Sonata in B flat major, Crumb's Makrokosmos, which reminds us of the fragility and narrowness of our planet, and finally a commissioned work for the composer Georgia Koumará, which allows insights into the rehearsals and requires physical and musical synchronization of the players. The duo also understands the different forms of closeness in these works as a stimulus to search for interpersonal closeness.


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91): Sonata in B flat major, KV 358 (1772)

Reinhard Febel (*1952): Choral arrangement (1999) after J. S. BACH / BWV 639
I call to you, Lord Jesus Christ

George Crumb (1929-2022): Alpa Centauri (from: Celestial Mechanics, 1979)

Luciano Berio (1925-2003): Touch (1991)

Reinhard Febel: Choral arrangement after JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH / BWV 659
Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland

Dai Fujikura (*1977): Half remembered city (2002)

Franz Schubert (1797-1828): Fantasy in F minor, op.103 (1828)

Reinhard Febel: Choral arrangement after JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH / BWV 734
The time has certainly come

Georgia Koumará (*1991): Are you feeling well up there? (PREMIERE, 2024)

Dorrit Bauerecker, Christoph Stöber (piano)

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Price information:

Reduced price for schoolchildren, students, pensioners and persons with a certificate of eligibility.


Schwere Reiter – Tanz Theater Musik Dachauer Straße 114a 80636 München

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