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ABOUT

Berlin Staatskapelle String Quartet

The four string section leaders of the Berlin Staatskapelle achieve a remarkable fusion of the great orchestral tradition and the intimate world of chamber music. Violinists Wolfram Brandl and Krzysztof Specjal, violist Yulia Deyneka, and cellist Claudius Popp first performed together as a quartet in 2017, presenting a series of concerts with the complete Schubert quartets in Berlin’s new Pierre Boulez Saal. The idea to form a permanent string quartet came the Staatskapelle’s musical director Daniel Barenboim.

The group’s chamber music partners have included Frans Helmerson, Christiane Karg, Jörg Widmann, Mojca Erdmann, and Elisabeth Leonskaja, with whom they will appear in the current season at the Schubertiade in Schwarzenberg. In 2022 the quartet will also play for the first time in London’s Wigmore Hall. With Daniel Barenboim, they appeared in one of the popular concert broadcasts of radio station WQXR in New York. During the Covid lockdown in 2020, Barenboim and the quartet also performed Schubert’s Piano Quintet as part of Deutsche Grammophon’s “Moment Musical” streaming series.

The group’s repertoire includes music in a broad range of styles, including contemporary works. The four musicians have performed on many of the world’s most famous stages, such as Wigmore Hall in London, the Theatre Champs Élysée in Paris, and the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid. Building on their familiarity with the world of opera, the quartet has explored the chamber music of Tchaikovsky, Verdi, and Puccini, composers known primarily for their operas and symphonic works. In the current season, the group will present a series of programs devoted to the music of Arnold Schoenberg, as well as a project with actor Udo Samel examining the life of Czech composer
Leoš Janáček.

Berlin Staatskapelle String Quartet

The four string section leaders of the Berlin Staatskapelle achieve a remarkable fusion of the great orchestral tradition and the intimate world of chamber music. Violinists Wolfram Brandl and Krzysztof Specjal, violist Yulia Deyneka, and cellist Claudius Popp first performed together as a quartet in 2017, presenting a series of concerts with the complete Schubert quartets in Berlin’s new Pierre Boulez Saal. The idea to form a permanent string quartet came the Staatskapelle’s musical director Daniel Barenboim.

The group’s chamber music partners have included Frans Helmerson, Christiane Karg, Jörg Widmann, Mojca Erdmann, and Elisabeth Leonskaja, with whom they will appear in the current season at the Schubertiade in Schwarzenberg. In 2022 the quartet will also play for the first time in London’s Wigmore Hall. With Daniel Barenboim, they appeared in one of the popular concert broadcasts of radio station WQXR in New York. During the Covid lockdown in 2020, Barenboim and the quartet also performed Schubert’s Piano Quintet as part of Deutsche Grammophon’s “Moment Musical” streaming series.

The group’s repertoire includes music in a broad range of styles, including contemporary works. The four musicians have performed on many of the world’s most famous stages, such as Wigmore Hall in London, the Theatre Champs Élysée in Paris, and the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid. Building on their familiarity with the world of opera, the quartet has explored the chamber music of Tchaikovsky, Verdi, and Puccini, composers known primarily for their operas and symphonic works. In the current season, the group will present a series of programs devoted to the music of Arnold Schoenberg, as well as a project with actor Udo Samel examining the life of Czech composer
Leoš Janáček.

DATES

2022


September 5
Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
Who: w/ Daniel Barenboim
What: Joseph Haydn
Stringquartet D major op.20
Robert Schumann
Pianoquintet E flat major op.44

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September 19
Where: Wigmore Hall London
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What: Johannes Brahms
Pianoquartet No.2 A major op.26
Pianoquartet No.1 g minor op.25

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Oktober 31
Where: Konzerthaus Dortmund
Who: w/ Cristina Gomez Godoy
What: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Oboequartet F major KV 370
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Divertimento F major KV 138
Bernhard Henrik Crusell
Divertimento for Oboe and Strings C major op. 9
Benjamin Britten
»Phantasy Quartet« for Oboe, Violin, Viola and Violoncello f minor op. 2
Anton Webern
Slow movement for string quartet E flat major
Arnold Bax
Oboequinet g minor

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November 5
Where: Muziekgebouw Amsterdam
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What: Johannes Brahms
Pianoquartet No.2 A major op.26
Pianoquartet No.1 g minor op.25
Pianoquartet No.3 c minor op.60
Pianoquintet f minor op.34

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SHOW PAST EVENTS

2022

June 23
Where: Schubertiade Hohenems
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What: Franz Schubert
Stringquartet D 804 'Rosamunde'
Johannes Brahms
Pianoquintet op. 34 f minor

May 18
Where: Stettin
What: Joseph Haydn
Stringquartet No. 5 op. 20
Leo
š Janáček
Stringquartet No. 2 'Intimate Letters'
Franz Schubert
'Death and the maiden'

April 26
Where: Auditorio Nacional de Musica Madrid
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What: Johannes Brahms
Pianoquartet No. 3 c minor op. 60
Pianoquintet f minor op. 34

April 25
Where: Auditorio Nacional de Musica Madrid
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What: Johannes Brahms
Pianoquartet No. 2 A major op. 26
Pianoquartet No. 1 g minor op. 25

2021

November 25, 7:30pm
Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
Who: w/ Mojca Erdmann
What: Anton Webern
Slow Movement for stringquartet
Arnold Schönberg
Stringquartet No. 2 f sharp minor with soprano op. 10
Joseph Haydn
Stringquartet D major Hob. III:34 op. 20 No. 4

September 26, 4pm
Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
What: Joseph Haydn
Stringquartet A major Hob. III:36 op. 20/6
Arnold Schönberg
Stringquartet D major
Stringquartet No 1 d minor op.7

Rescheduled due to Corona Pandemic
June 20, 11am

Where: Angelika-Kaufmann-Saal, Schwarzenberg
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What: Franz Schubert
Stringquartet a minor D804 'Rosamunde'
Johannes Brahms
Pianoquintet f minor op.34

Canceled due to Corona Pandemic
May 5, 8pm

Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
What: Joseph Haydn
Stringquartet D-Dur op.64 Nr.5 'Lerchenquartett'
Leoš Janáček
Stringquartet No. 2 'Intimate Letters'
Bed
řich Smetana
Stringquartet No. 1 e minor „From my life“

Canceled due to Corona Pandemic
April 11, 4pm

Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
Who: w/ Sarah Aristidou
What: Joseph Haydn
Stringquartet C major Hob. III:77 „Kaiserquartett“
Johannes Brahms
Five Ophelia-Songs WoO 22
Edited for soprano und string quartett by Aribert Reimann
Brett Dean
Stringquartet No. 2 with soprano "And once I played Ophelia"
Bed
řich Smetana
Stringquartet No. 1 e minor „From my life“

Canceled due to Corona Pandemic
9. April, 19:30

Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
What:
Leoš Janáček
Stringquartet No. 1 'Kreutzersonata'
Stringquartet No. 2 'Intimate Letters'

2020

Canceled due to Corona Pandemic
May 28, 7:30pm

Where: Auditorio Nacional de M
úsica, Madrid
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What:
Johannes Brahms
Pianoquartet No.3 c minor op.60
Pianoquintet f minor op.34

Canceled due to Corona Pandemic
May 27, 7:30pm

Where: Auditorio Nacional de M
úsica, Madrid
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What:
Johannes Brahms
Pianoquartet No.2 A major op.26
Pianoquartet No.1 g minor op.25

Rescheduled due to Corona Pandemic
May 12, 7:30pm

Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
Who:
Leoš Janáček
Stringquartet No. 1 'Kreutzersonata'
Stringquartet No. 2 'Intimate Letters'

Rescheduled due to Corona Pandemic
April 29, 7pm

Where: Philharmonie Stettin
What:
Leoš Janáček
Stringquartet No. 1 'Kreutzersonata'
Franz Schubert
Stringquartet d minor D 810 'Death and the maiden'

January 31, 8pm
Where: Theatre des Champs-Elysees, Paris
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja, Frans Helmerson
What:
Franz Schubert
Trautquintet D 667
Stringquintet C major D 956

January 12, 4pm
Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
What:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Stringquartet B major KV 589
Giuseppe Verdi
Stringquartet e minor
Giacomo Puccini
Crisantemi
Pjotr Tschaikowsky
Stringquartet No. 1 D major op.11

January 10, 7:30pm
Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
What:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Stringquartet B major KV 589
Giuseppe Verdi
Stringquartet e minor
Giacomo Puccini
Crisantemi
Pjotr Tschaikowsky
Stringquartet No. 1 D major op.11

2019

October 26, 8:30pm
Where: Hagia Irene, Istanbul
What:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Stringquartet B flat major KV 589
Giuseppe Verdi
Stringquartet e minor
Giacomo Puccini
Crisantemi
Pjotr Tchaikovsky
Strinquartet No. 1 D major op.11

April 28, 6pm
Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
What:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Divertimento F major KV 138
Johannes Brahms
Stringquartet Nr.3 B flat major op.67
Anton Webern
Five movements for Stringquartet op.5
Johannes Brahms
Stringquartet Nr.1 c minorl op.51/1

April 27, 7pm
Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
What:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Stringquartet D major KV 575 "Veilchen-Quartet"
Arnold Schönberg
Stringquartet D major
Johannes Brahms
Stringquartet Nr.2 a minor op.51/2

February 17, 4pm
Where: Chamber Music Hall Philharmonie Berlin
Who: w/ Jiyoon Lee, Cordelia Höfer, Götz Teutsch, Heikko Deutschmann
What:
Philharmonischer Salon
"Lou Andreas-Salomé and Rainer Maria Rilke in Russia"
Music by Richard Strauss, Anton Webern, Sergej Rachmaninow, Sergej Tanejew, Alexander Borodin,
Michail Glinka, Ludwig van Beethoven, Modest Mussorgsky and Peter Tschaikowsky

February 10, 4pm
Where: Chamber Music Hall Philharmonie Berlin
Who: w/ Jiyoon Lee, Cordelia Höfer, Götz Teutsch, Heikko Deutschmann
What:
Philharmonischer Salon
"Lou Andreas-Salomé and Rainer Maria Rilke in Russia"
Music by Richard Strauss, Anton Webern, Sergej Rachmaninow, Sergej Tanejew, Alexander Borodin,
Michail Glinka, Ludwig van Beethoven, Modest Mussorgsky and Peter Tschaikowsky

January 16, 8pm
Where: Theatre des Champs-Elysees Paris
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What:
Johannes Brahms
Stringquartet Nr.3 B flat major op.67
Pianoquartet
Nr.3 c minor op.60
Pianoquartet Nr.1 g minor op.25

January 15, 8pm
Where: Theatre des Champs-Elysees Paris
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What:
Johannes Brahms
Stringquartet Nr.1 op.51/1
Stringquartet Nr.2 op.51/2
Pianoquartet Nr.2 A major op.26

January 14, 7:30pm
Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What:
Johannes Brahms
Pianoquartet Nr.3 c minor op.60
Pianoquintet f minor op.34

January 12, 7pm
Where: Boulez Saal Berlin
Who: w/ Elisabeth Leonskaja
What:
Johannes Brahms
Pianoquartet Nr.2 A major op.26
Pianoquartet Nr.1 g minor op.25

2018

December 22, 6pm
Where: NOSPR Chamber Music Hall Katowice
What: Franz
Schubert
Stringquartet a minor D804 "Rosamunde"
Anton Webern
Five movements for Stringquartet op.5
Johannes Brahms
Stringquartet Nr.2 op.51/2

June 13, 7:30pm
Where: Boulez Hall Berlin
Who: w/ Frans Helmerson
What:
Franz Schubert
Stringquartet B-flat major D 36
Stringquartet D major D 74

Stringquartet g minor D 173
Stringquintet C major D 956

March 5, 7:30pm
Where: Boulez Hall Berlin
What:
Franz Schubert
Stringquartet D major D 94
Stringquartet B-flat major D 68

Stringquartet E-flat major D 87
Stringquartet G major D 887

February 7, 7:30pm
Where: Boulez Hall Berlin
What:
Franz Schubert
Stringquartet C major D 32
Stringquartet D 18

Stringquartet B-flat major D 112
Stringquartet d minor D 810 'Death and the maiden'

2017

December 3, 11am
Where: Boulez Hall Berlin
What: Franz Schubert
Stringquartet c minor D 703 "Quartettsatz"
Stringquartet C major D46
Stringquartet E major D353
Stringquartet a minor D804 "Rosamunde"

June 7, 7:30pm
Where: Boulez Hall Berlin
Who: w/ Christiane Karg
What: Franz Schubert/Aribert Reimann
"Mignon" - adapted and edited for soprano und string quartet
Arnold Schönberg
Stringquartet No.2 f sharp minor op.10
L. v. Beethoven
Septet E flat major op.20

April 1, 7pm
Where: Boulez Hall Berlin
What:
Franz Schubert
Stringquartet c minor D703 "Quartettsatz"
Stringquartet D18
Stringquartet B major D112
Stringquartet d minor D810 "Death and the maiden"

MEMBERS

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Wolfram Brandl was born in 1975 in Würzburg. At the age of eight he started learning the violin from his father. As a schoolboy he won prizes at the 'Jugend musiziert' competition and was concert-master of the German youth orchestra, Budesjugendorchester. In Würzburg he pursued his studies with Prof. Max Speermann moving on to study in Berlin at the UdK with Prof. Uwe-Martin Haiberg after winning a scholarship from the Jürgen Ponto Foundation.

Before becoming first concert-master of the Berlin State Orchestra in 2011, Wolfram Brandl spent ten years as a first violinist with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra working with Claudio Abbado and then Sir Simon Rattle. This time was crucial to his artistic development.

Wolfram Brandl is also the first violinist of the Scharoun Ensemble made up of members of the Berlin Philharmonic. With this ensemble he has appeared in Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, Konzerthaus Vienna, Concertgebouw Amsterdam and numerous other festivals. Through the intensive co-operation between the Scharoun Ensemble and living composers, he has worked closely with Pierre Boulez, Krystof Penderecki, Heinz Holliger, Thomas Ades, Matthias Pintscher, Brett Dean and Jörg Widmann.

Numerous recordings document Brandl's work. Most recently a CD has come out on Deutsche Gramophon with works by Richard Strauss conducted by Barenboim also featuring Anna Netrebko. Brandl plays the violin solo in 'Ein Heldenleben' on this recording.
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Since 2014 Krzysztof Specjal is the Principal of the Second Violins at the Staatskapelle Berlin. He also belongs to the String Quartet of the Staatskapelle Berlin, founded in 2016. As a mentor he teaches at the in-house Orchesterakademie of the Staatskapelle Berlin.
Krzysztof Specjal was born into a musical family in Warsaw in 1985. At the age of seven he started playing the violin. After graduating from the music high school in Warsaw with honours he went on to study with Prof. Krzysztof Wegrzyn at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media in Germany. At the same time he was accepted at the distinguished Walter Stauffer Academy in Cremona with Salvatore Accardo. In 2007 he founded a quartet with fellow students with whom he successfully completed his studies of the degree programme “Kammermusik Master” of the Szymanowski Quartet. Following his scholarship to attend the Orchesterakademie of the Staatskapelle Berlin from 2011 to 2012 he joined the Staatskapelle Berlin in 2012. Important sources of artistic inspiration were master classes with Wolfgang Marschner, Hatto Beyerle, Johannes Meissl, Shmuel Ashkenazy and Nam Yun Kim. Scholarships from the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the Gundlach Music Prize and the Friedrich-Juergen-Sellheim
Foundation furthered Krzysztof Specjal’s education and made him the sought-after violinist he is today.
As a soloist Krzysztof Specjal played with several Polish symphony orchestras, for example with the Sinfonia Varsovia, as well as internationals, like the Sinfonietta de Paris and the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra in Hanoi. Furthermore he performed as a soloist and chamber musician at festivals including the Trondheim Chamber Music Festival, the Zeist Chamber Music Festival, the Braunschweig Classix Festival as well as the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival. On a regular basis he participates in the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra.
Krzysztof Specjal won numerous prizes at international competitions such as the H. Wieniawski Competition in Lublin, the International A. Jampolski Competition in Russia, the ESTA Competition in Denmark and the International Broadcasting Competition Concertino Praga.
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Violist Yulia Deyneka was born in Russia in 1982 and studied with Prof. Alexander Bobrovsky at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in her hometown of Moscow until she moved to Germany in 2001. She received a diploma from the Hochschule for Music and Theater in Rostock, where she was a member of Prof. Felix Schwartz’s class, and subsequently completed her Concert Diploma with Prof. Wilfried Strehle at Berlin’s University of the Arts (UdK).

While still a student, Yulia was named principal violist of the Staatskapelle Berlin. As a soloist she has performed with prominent conductors such as Andris Nelsons, Francois-Xavier Roth, Zubin Mehta, and Daniel Barenboim in many of the world’s great concert halls such as Carnegie Hall in New York, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, the Berlin Philharmonie, and the Philharmonie de Paris.

Chamber music is an important part of Yulia’s life. She is a regular guest at international festivals such as Rolandseck, Jerusalem, Annecy, and the Mozart Festival in Salzburg. Her chamber music partners include Guy Braunstein, Daniel Ottensamer, Emmanuel Pahud, Julian Steckel, and Jörg Widmann. She was a founding member of the Berlin Staatskapelle String Quartet, which performed the complete Schubert string quartets for the opening of the Pierre Boulez Saal in Berlin. These four musicians have attained an international reputation and have performed with such outstanding artists as Elisabeth Leonskaja, Frans Helmerson, and Christiane Karg. Yulia is an enthusiastic advocate of contemporary music. She has been a permanent member of the Boulez Ensemble since its inception, premiering works by composers Aribert Reimann, Jörg Widmann, Olga Neuwirth, Johannes Borowski, Matthias Pintscher, and many others.

With Daniel Barenboim, Yulia shares a longstanding chamber music partnership and a deep commitment to the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, where she has been principal violist and mentor to talented young musicians from the Middle East since 2003. She has taught at the Barenboim-Said Akademie in Berlin since 2016 and has been a full professor there since 2019.

Yulia Deyneka’s playing is documented on a number of CDs and streaming albums. She recorded the viola arrangement of Boulez’s Messagesquisse with Francois-Xavier Roth and the Boulez Ensemble for the Peral label, and in 2018 Deutsche Grammophon released a recording of the Mozart piano quartets in which Yulia can be heard with Kian Soltani, Daniel Barenboim, and Michael Barenboim. The album Soirée from Pentatone features Yulia with Magdalena Kožená and Sir Simon Rattle.
For composer David Coleman’s debut CD for Naxos, Yulia recorded three pieces for viola and piano that are dedicated to her.

In the current season Yulia is looking forward to concerts featuring music outside the mainstream repertoire and to the premiere of a new work, Peter Eötvös’s Respond, with conductor James Gaffigan and the Staatskapelle Berlin. As part of a tribute concert for Paul Hindemith, she will perform his virtuoso solo sonata for viola. She and Daniel Barenboim will present a duo program featuring works by Russian composers. All of these performances will take place in the Pierre Boulez Saal in Berlin.
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Claudius Popp was born in Weimar, Germany in 1982. He began playing the cello at the age of four, receiving instruction from his father, Professor Gotthard Popp, a cellist himself. At age six, his talent became known as he won First Prizes in the prestigious 'Jugend Musiziert' and at the International Cello Competition in Liezen, Austria. Considered a prodigy, he was accepted by Professor Karine Georgian and Heinrich Schiff as a student and continued his studies dually in Detmold, Germany and at the Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria. His precocious musicianship continued to thrive as he pursued advanced studies at the Hochschule for Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin with David Geringas, graduating with a diploma in 2004 and a masters with distinction and honors in 2007. Whilst a student, Claudius continued his winning streak in world competitions, taking top prizes at Tchaikovsky Competition Moscow (2002), Osaka International Music Competition, ARD International Music Competition (Barenreiter Prize), the International Concertino Prague Competition, and the Competition of the Deutsche Musikrat (2003). He is a scholarship holder of the Oscar and Vera Ritter Foundation, Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes and the Werner Richard-Dr. Carl Doerken Foundation.

Claudius made his concerto debut as a soloist at age nine. Since then, he has performed with leading orchestras such as NDR Sinfonie, Berlin Staatskapelle, Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg and the Chamber Orchestra of the Berlin Philharmonic, playing in renowned halls such as Berlin Philharmonie, Cologne Philharmonie, Konzerthaus Berlin, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Rudolfinum in Prague, Tchaikovsky Hall and Great Hall of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, the Tonhalle in Dusseldorf and the Musikforum in Weimar under the baton of greats such as Daniel Barenboim and Eiji Oue.

Claudius is an in demand avid chamber musician as well. He plays throughout Europe's most prestigious festivals including the Rheingau, Mecklenburg Vorpommern, the Schleswig-Holstein, Heidelberg Fruhling, and the Music Festival Cervo. He has held recitals with Elena Bashikrova, Alfredo Perl, Daniel Barenboim, Joerg Widmann and Paul Rivinius.

Through collaboration and performance, he receives artistic direction and aesthetic cues from world acclaimed musicians such as Yo-Yo Ma, Lynn Harrell, Harvey Shapiro and Daniel Barenboim, with whom he enjoys a special working relationship. In 2003, in rather unprecedented fashion, maestro Barenboim made Claudius, who was then only 21 years of age, principal cellist of his home orchestra, Staatskapelle Berlin overnight. Claudius frequently plays chamber concerts with him; while relishing the romantic repertoire for piano and cello, together their concerts insightfully elaborate upon modern music as well. In 2009, the NY Times hailed his interpretation of Elliot Carter's cello sonata, and concluded this ''extremely modern'' piece had become ''entirely accessible'' through his impassioned and dynamic performance, ''a musician that can lend even new music new notes.''
The latest of many collaborations with Daniel Barenboim was a highly successful concert tour with Strauss' Don Quixote in 2014.

Next to his solo and orchestra work, Claudius Popp holds a teaching position at the School of Music 'Hanns Eisler' and the Barenboim-Said Academy in Berlin.
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