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Chamber music evenings at the Piano Salon Christophori

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Isn't it heavenly, isn't it reassuring to know your city will go on delighting you? Last fall we discovered the piano repair shop's informal chamber music concerts in the best way - walking by - and most recently enjoyed evenings with stellar Israeli baritone Amit Friedmann and British pianist Beatrice Nicholas. Christoph Schreiber, the neurologist-turned-piano-restorer who runs the place, is the most delightful master of ceremonies, and I can't wait for the two concerts in August before the summer break. Arrive early to secure a good seat and to watch Christoph and his colleague race to put the piano together (no, this isn't a fixed part of the program).

Piano Salon Christophori, Senefelderstr. 30A (map)
Concerts usually begin at 20.30. No tickets are needed: Payment for the music, wine and water is done on a voluntary basis at the end. (When you see how wonderful it all is, you'll be moved to generosity too.)

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Amit Friedmann singing Schumann Lieder

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During intermission

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