7:00 p.m.
Art Wein



La Neuveville | MILLE OR

In collaboration with EGB-Einkaufsgenossenschaft Biel

The aim of the concert tastings is to present the elegant combination of two arts, here specifically music and wine art. We try to show that one art can complement and enrich the other. Music takes up the mystery of wine and vice versa.

In this sense, concert tastings begin with a profound presentation of wine and then the music accompanies the moment of tasting. In this way we want to create a symbiosis between a taste and a sound. For this purpose, we concentrate on three wines: dry white, slightly soft and red wine, all kinds of wine come from the same region.

Denis Linnik
Denis Linnik

Denis Linnik was born in Marina Gorka, Belarus, in 1995. He began his piano studies at the age of seven. Since then he has studied at the Akhremchik College of Arts and at the Belarusian State Academy of Music in Minsk. Since 2017, he has been living and studying with Professor Claudio Martínez Mehner in Basel, Switzerland.

He has been a laureate of several competitions such as Kiefer Hablitzel I Göhner Music Prize (laureate and Prix Collard, Zurich, 2022), Basler Förderpreis der Stiftung BOG (I Prize, Basel, 2022), Orpheus Chamber Music Competition (with Camerata Rhein Trio, laureate, Winterthur, 2020), Cantú Piano and Orchestra Competition (I Prize and Audience Prize, Cantú, 2018), Horowitz Competition (V Prize, Kiev), Delphic Games (Gold Medal, St. Petersburg, 2016), etc.

His orchestral biography includes performances with the Basel Symphony Orchestra, Crimea State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Brest Symphony Orchestra, Academic Symphony Orchestra of the National Philharmonic of Ukraine, String Orchestra "Metamorphose", M. Jora Philharmonic Orchestra, etc.

In recent years he has participated in international festivals such as Wien Modern (2021), SOLsberg (2021), ArtDIALOG (2021), 100% Classique (2021), Menuhin Gstaad Festival (2019).

In 2022, his debut CD "Night Wind" was released on KNS Classical Label, featuring pieces by Janacek, Brahms and Medtner.

Valentin Monnier
Valentin Monnier