Getting ready for Switzerland Fukoshima memorial concert

Performing Kazuhiko Yoshida’s Mercury Meditation with the ensemble for Extended Tonality at the conference ‘The working Michael in the present time’ as well as my three songs: “Storm” to text by John B. Thompson, “Via Dolorosa” to poem by Brien Masters and “Ganz der Wille Gottes” by Hermann Langer from my song cycle “Lieder aus Leid” accompanied by Hristo Kazakov. This coming Saturday 10th March. Gregers Brinch Baritone

Echo from Ariel Trio Concert at ICS4

The ICS4 concert with the Ariel Trio on 24th Feb. had the following programme:

Max Bruch – Eight Pieces for Violin, Viola, and Piano, Op. 83
Gregers Brinch “Joy and Woe”, Op.102, No.2
Handel – Halvorsen – Passacaglia
Interval (15 minutes)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Duo for Violin and Viola, No.2, K.424
Johannes Brahms Trio in E-flat Major for Viola (Horn), Violin, and Piano, Op. 40

This arrived before midnight the same day:

Dear Mr Brinch,

I live in London, so I am privileged to attend wonderful concerts and plays every week.
There are a few performances one remembers for the rest of one’s life because they touch the soul.
Tonight’s concert at the Steiner Theatre was one of those wonderful experiences for me.
I loved  (your piece) “Joy and Woe”. It was amazing that as a new work it took its place happily amongst the pantheon of great composers we heard this evening. I was lifted up and moved deeply in turn.
The playing by Michael Hampton, Rivka Golani, and Tadasuke Iijima was sublime. They created a superb programme and gave of themselves heart and soul.
Thank you from my own heart.