Next concert dates are:
January 6th, 14th, 21st and 28th at 6 pm.
Please reserve your tickets by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to your visit!
Since autumn of last year we invite our guests on one day of the weekend to enjoy a chamber music concert for cello and piano.Works of the Viennese classics will be performed. Enjoy music by Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven in the highest quality with a view to the monumental Papagenotor" of the Theater an der Wien.
Also external guests are welcome for a music contribution of Euro 15,00. During the intermission we invite our guests to a glass of champagne.
Michael Babytsch (cello) was born in Kyiv, Ukraine; received his musical education in prof. Tchervova’s class at the Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music in Kiev, graduating with honors in 2006. 2007-2012, he perfected his skills at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. In 2002-2007, he worked in his native Ukraine as a musician of the State Chamber Orchestra "Kyiv Soloists", with which he made numerous tours around Europe and Asia. In 2016 he was promoted to be the principal cellist of the HSO („Haydn Symphony Orchestra Vienna“). M. Babytsch is a winner of a nationwide competition for young composers (1st prize, Kyiv, 1999) and young cellists (2nd prize, Lviv, Ukraine, 2000) and the 6th International Competition "Farbotony" (1st prize, Kaniv, Ukraine, 2004). He oftentimes performs alongside the co-members of the "Ensemble XX. Jahrhunderts" (their artistic director being Prof. P. Burwik), and takes part in concerts organized by the Austrian Association for Contemporary Music (ÖGZM)as well as concerts in the Palffy Palace.
Pavlo Kachnov (piano) was born in Kyiv in Ukraine. He obtained his music education from the Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music in Kiev. Since 2009, he has been working on a postgraduate degree at the University of Musik und Performing Arts in Vienna, in prof. O. Maisenberg’s class. He is a holder of first place prizes from the A. Karamanov and "Syniy ptah" international competitions held in Ukraine; from the 8th Int. Piano Competition Villa de Capdepera, Spain; the Prokofiev Int. Competition and S. Taneev Int. Competition (both held in Russia). In 2006 - 2012, he made numerous concert tours in Germany, Poland, Spain, Ukraine and Switzerland with the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine and the Symphonic Orchestra of the Balearic Islands (Spain). He often performs as a soloist and a chamber music partner. In 2009 he made his conducting debut in the Great Hall of the Kiev National Philharmonic. In May 2016 Pavlo Kachnov won the 1st place prize from the 26th Città di Cantù International Piano and Orchestra Competition, Italy.