Ludwig Chamber Players

#Stuttgart #Tokyo since 2013

Just Mozart

It is a pleasure to present our new album, with music by a famous viennese composer.

#BTHVN 2020

For LCP the 250. birthday of his namesake is a very important one. Collaborations with international institutions, Japan Tour #6 and a new album with the vieniesse singer Ilker Arcayürek are milestones in this aniversary year.

Johannes Maria Staud

It will be a great moment for us when the new piece by this outstanding austrian composer will sound on our trip to Japan.



We had a great time with many pupils and our Beethoven Experiment in collaboration with Jasmin Bachmann and the SWR Stuttgart. For more impressions visit the SWR CLASSIC site.

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New Mozart CD

TACET released our new Album Works for clarinet by the famous viennies composer Mozart.

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Calendar Sheet January 2015

Ludwig Chamber Players present the January Calendar Sheet with music by Johannes Brahms and pictures from the Hakone Open Air Museum. Recordet at LCP concerts and rehearsals 2014.
Johannes Brahms, Capriccio op. 76 No. 2 arr. M. Ucki
Sculpures from Hakone Open Air Museum by Barry Flangan, Francesco Messina, Henry Moore, Niki de Saint Phalle, Antony Gormley

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Chambermusic with passion

Dear chamber music lovers! LCP is very focused on smart programming. We like to entertain you with interesting and exciting program constellations. With pleasure we respond to your wishes. Please be inspired by our suggestions.

Our BTHVN 2020 Special

our first

When we start in 2013 this was our first program. Mozart, Prokovief and of course Beethoven.



Our current project together with the viennies singer Ilker Arcayürek and in collaboration with the Int.-Hugo-Wolf-Akademie and SÜDWESTRUNDFUNK, features the famous songcicles by Beethoven. Composer and arranger Andreas N. Tarkmann did a poetic arrangement for singer and ensemble from Beethoven song circle “An die ferne Geliebte” for us.




our current album

Information about this production

excerpts from the booklet by Dirk Altmann

In the many years of preparation for this production I kept asking myself, what was everyday life like for a musician in the 18th century? What drove Mozart, what might his relationship with his colleagues have been like? Were there fundamental differences, apart from technological developments, from today’s music scene?

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Kei Shirai, violin (Japan)
Emily Körner, violin (Canada)
Janis Lielbardis, viola (Latvia)
Gen Yokosaka, violoncello (Japan)
Ryutaro Hei, bass (Japan)

Sébastian Jacot, flute (Swiss)
Philippe Tondre, oboe (France)
Dirk Altmann, clarinet (Germany)
Hanno Dönneweg, bassoon (Germany)
Wolfgang Wipfler, horn (Germany)