Season Concerts

Inspired by Mozart:
Raphaela Gromes & Julian Riem

Mar 18, 2025
7:30 PM
Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation, Großer Saal
Pillar or wheelchair space

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Raphaela Gromes and Julian Riem


  • Raphaela Gromes (Violoncello)
  • Julian Riem (Piano)


Johann Sebastian Bach
3 Preludes

Lera Auerbach
3 Preludes

Helene Liebmann
Cello sonata in B op. 11

Luise Adolpha Le Beau
Cello sonata in D op. 17

Ludwig van Beethoven
Seven variations on „Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen“ 
from Mozart's opera The Magic Flute
for piano and violoncello WoO 46

Adagio for violonfcello and piano
based on an adagio in F  for clarinet and three basset horns K. 580a,arranged by Julian Riem

Johannes Brahms
Cello sonataNr. 2 in F op. 99

For the Rondo magazine, she is ‘probably the most successful cellist of our time’: Raphaela Gromes not only appears regularly in the most important European concert halls and festivals; as an exclusive artist of the renowned Sony Classical label, she has already received numerous important prizes for her exceptional recordings and has landed in the top 10 of the German classical music charts with all her albums. Her performances with her piano partner Julian Riem have  been acclaimed by critics and audiences alike. In their debut at the Mozarteum Foundation, the two musicians also give rarely performed female composers the space they deserve.