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ECKERLE PIANO DUO

Mariko EckerleVolker Eckerle

Mariko and Volker Eckerle founded the Eckerle Piano Duo in 2006. The German-Japanese duo regularly plays central works of the piano duet repertoire along with rarely heard pieces and works, accompanied by other musicians, actors and ballet companies. Besides concert lectures, the duo also offers special programmes for children and families. Their début Naxos recording (8.551275) was released in 2009, a highly acclaimed recording of waltzes by Antonín Dvořák (world première recording), Wolfgang Rihm, Max Reger and Sigfrid Karg-Elert. In addition to concerts in European countries, the Eckerle Piano Duo is a regular guest in Japan and performs in numerous festivals.

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