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Joseph Moog

Sunday February 7 2021
20.15 h – Main Hall – Koninklijk Concertgebouw

All concerts of the 2020-2021 season have been canceled. Read the press release (in Dutch) >>


Franz Schubert Adagio & Rondo in e major, D 506
Franz Liszt Sonata in b minor
Moriz Rosenthal Carnaval de Vienne
Gabriel Fauré Barcarolle no. 1 in a minor, op. 26
Barcarolle no. 3 in g-flat major, op. 42
Maurice Ravel Gaspard de la nuit

Programme subject to changes

Category 1  45,00 • CJP/65+  34,00
Category 2  36,00 • CJP/65+  27,00


Grandiose and compelling

In September 2015 debutant Joseph Moog fired the opening shot for a new season in a grandiose way. That is why a return of this German virtuoso could not wait any longer. Moog was born in 1987, into a musical family in Ludwigshafen (Germany). His father is a clarinettist and his mother a violinist. In their house stood a Blüthner grand piano on which nobody played, so little Joseph started to fantasize and improvise on it by himself. His sister was too restless to play any instrument, but the more introverted Joseph enjoyed dreaming away behind ‘his’ piano and inventing his own compositions. At the age of ten he became a student at the Hochschule für Musik in Karlsruhe, and at the age of twelve he made his debut in Rio de Janeiro. After that he studied with Bernd Glemser in Würzburg and with Arie Vardi in Hanover.

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