The Charm of Vienna – 維也納的魅力

22nd February 2024 (Thurs), 8:00pm


Tobias Stosiek - Cello

Tobias Stosiek, a cellist born in Schwerin, Germany, studied under renowned professors such as Sigrid Richter, Inge Schreier, and Tobias Kühne. He has participated in Masterclasses with esteemed musicians like David Geringas and Mstislav Rostropovich. Maestro Stosiek has achieved success in various international competitions, earning first prizes at the Prix-Mercure Competition, International Brahms Competition, and Jeunesses Musicales Competition, among others. As a guest artist, he has performed at numerous festivals and venues across Europe, recorded CDs and TV productions, and currently serves as a professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz. Stosiek plays a Don Nicola Amati Cello from around 1700.

Nataša Veljković - Piano

Nataša Veljković, a renowned pianist, began her musical journey at a young age, studying under Prof. Arbo Valdma in Belgrade and later with Prof. Paul Badura-Skoda in Vienna. She further honed her skills through consultations with notable musicians such as Nikita Magaloff and Prof. Rudolf Firkusny. Veljković’s exceptional talent led her to win prestigious awards, including the Clara Haskil International Competition and the World Music Masters. She has performed with renowned orchestras and ensembles worldwide and participated in numerous festivals. Veljković has recorded several CDs, showcasing her mastery of compositions from various eras. Currently residing in Vienna, she also teaches at the University of Music and the Performing Arts.


Sergej Rachmaninoff – Vocalise, op. 34
Frédéric Chopin – Nr. 4, f-Moll, op. 52
Cesar Franck – Sonata
Franz Liszt – jeux d’eaux à la Villa d’Este (Die Wasserspiele der Villa d`Este)
Gabriel Fauré – Papillon, op. 77

Approx. duration: 1 hour, refreshments available before and after concert

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