Das Limes Trio aus Frankfurt am Main

Diese drei international bekannten jungen Musiker haben sich in dem limestrio zusammengetan.

Sie werden dem Publikum nicht nur Werke der konventionellen klassischen Literatur nahebringen, sondern auch stilübergreifende Werke erarbeiten, die zum Beispiel vom Jazz beeinflusst sind und zu neuen Rhythmen, Harmonien order Klangfarben anregen

Dimiter Ivanov Kasia Wieczorek Ulrich Horn
Dimiter Ivanov

Dimiter Ivanov

Dimiter Ivanov was born in Sofia/Bulgaria. After moving to Germany with his parents in 1981, he got his first violin lessons with Georgi Tilev. Later he studied with Prof. Grigori Zhislin (Würzburg/Germany), Prof. Miriam Fried (Bloomington/Indiana/USA) and Prof. Ulf Wallin (Berlin/Germany).

He won prizes in several international violin competitions such as the “Groblicz Family”(Cracow), “Henryk Szering” (Mexico), “Johannes Brahms” (Austria), “Rodolfo Lipizer” (Italy),”Gerhard Taschner” (Berlin).

As a soloist he appeared with several orchestras, among which the “Cracow Radio-Symphony-Orchestra”, ”Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra”,“Wuerzburg Philharmonic Orchestra”,“Konzerthausorchester Berlin”, “Orchestra del Teatro lirico di Cagliari”, the “Orchestra of the Opera Frankfurt” and the “Classic FM- Radio-Orchestra Sofia” (Bulgaria) with conductors such as Sebastian Weigle, Marc Tardue and Luciano di Martino.

From 2005-2008 he occupied the position of 1st concertmaster at the “Orchestra del Teatro lirico di Cagliari” in Italy.

Since 2008 he is engaged as 1st concertmaster of the “Museumsorchester Frankfurt”, the orchestra of the Opera in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Since the winter semester of 2010/11 until 2014 he has been assisting his former Professor Ulf Wallin at the “Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler” in Berlin. In Bulgaria he is being represented by the concert agency “Cantus Firmus”.

Kasia Wieczorek

Kasia Wieczorek

Polish born pianist, Katarzyna Wieczorek has established herself as a world-class chamber musician and soloist. Constantly in demand as an accompanist, she is known for her magical sense of musicianship, remarkable versatility and tremendously supportive attitude.

Kasia's reputation has taken her to countless festivals across the globe amongst others including; Bastad Chamber Music Festival, Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele, Lübeck Sommer Musik, Rheingau Festival, Jeju International Festival, IKIF Festival New York, Malibu Songfest, Braunschweig Classix Festival and Bebersee Festival.

Kasia has collaborated with Grace Bumbry, Sol Gabetta, Ana Chumachenko, Guy Braunstein, Frans Helmerson, Steven Isserlis, David Geringas, Rheinhold Friedrich, Nobuko Imai. She has recorded for WDR Radio Cologne, Swiss Radio, German NDR Television and for the exclusive BBC Radio Series "New Generation Artists".

She has continually been invited as the official accompanist for: ARD Competition Munich, Aeolus Competition Duesseldorf, Buenos Aires International Violin Competition, Prague Spring Competition, Deutsche Musik Wettbewerb Berlin, Jeju Competition and the International Wieniawski Violin Competition.

Kasia also posses a remarkable ability to awaken the hidden talents of the younger generation in particular the disadvantaged youth. Since 2011 she has been a member of "Rhapsody in School", an International Music Organisation founded by Lars Vogt.

Kasia studied with Prof. Irina Oleszkiewicz (Poland), Prof. Martin Dörrie (at the School for Music and Drama in Hannover) and with Prof. Matti Raekallio (Juilliard School New York).

Since an early age Kasia has won numerous Competitions both in her home country and across Europe. In 2006 she was the prize winner of the perstigious Karl Bergemann Sight Reading Competition as well the recipient of the Rotary Club International Scholarship, The Edelhof Stiftung, The Yehudi Menuhin s “Live Music Now “ concert scholarship program and The Eva and Marc Stern foundation from the Mannes College New York.

Apart from giving master classes throughout Europe, Asia and USA, Kasia is currently based in Germany with teaching and accompanist positions at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main and the Folkwang Hochschule Essen.

Ulrich Horn

Ulrich Horn

Ulrich Horn has been a cellist with the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra since 2001. On completing his studies with Prof. Peter Vogler at the Hanns Eisler School of Music in Berlin, he studied with Ludwig Quandt and Georg Faust as part of the Karajan Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

He found additional inspiration in master classes with Boris Pergamenschikow, Bernard Greenhouse, David Geringes and Gerhard Schulz (Alban Berg Quartet).

Horn played regularly with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under all the important conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Sir Simon Rattle, Lorin Maazel, Daniel Barenboim, Bernard Haitink and others.

As a guest solo cellist, he has performed with orchestras such as the Bavarian State Orchestra, the Sydney Symphony, the German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern, and the Württemberg Chamber Orchestra of Heilbronn.

In 2013 and 2014, he also performed with the Bayreuth Festival Orchestra.

Horn’s performances as a soloist have led him to the Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, and to Korea, where he gave his debut at the Art Center Seoul with the Haydn Cello Concerto in D Major in 2010 and where he continues to give master classes on a regular basis.

Horn’s complete recordings Naxos in 2011.



L.van Beethoven
Piano Trios op.1, Erzherzog-Trio op.97, Geistertrio op.70

J. Brahms
Piano Trio no.1 op.8 & no.2 op.87


C. Corea
Trio for flute, bassoon & piano


A. Dvorak
Dumky Trio E minor op. 90


Porgy & Bess Suite


J. Haydn
Piano Trio no.28 D major, no.39 G major, no.44 E major, C major Hob XV: 27


N. Kapustin
Piano Trios no.1 op 86 & no.2 op 142


F. Mendelssohn
Piano Trios no 1. op.49 in D minor & no.2 op.66 in C minor

Piano Trios KV 496, 502, 542, 548, 564.


A. Piazzolla


M. Ravel
Piano Trio A minor


F. Say
Space Jump op.46

J. Suk
Piano Trio op.2 in C minor

B. Smetana
Piano Trio G minor op. 15

D. Schnyder
Piano Trio

D. Schostakovitsch
Piano Trio in E minor no.2 op.67

Piano Trio no.1 B Major op.99
Piano Trio no.2 E Major op.100

Piano Trio no.1 C Major op.8


P. Tschaikovsky
Piano Trio A minor op.50

J. Turina
Piano Trio no.1 D major op.35


P. Vladigerov
Piano Trio op.4

Programmvorschläge/program proposal

W.A.Mozart -- Piano Trio KV502
A.Piazzolla -- Four Seasons
P.Tschaikovsky -- Piano Trio E Major op.50
L.van Beethoven -- Geistertrio op.70
G.Gershwin -- Porgy& Bess Suite
M.Ravel -- Piano Trio A minor

J.Haydn -- Piano Trio no.39 G minor
F.Say -- Space Jump op.46
J.Brahms -- Piano Trio no.1 op.8
W.A.Mozart -- Piano Trio KV 548
D.Schnyder -- Piano Trio in D
A. Dvorak -- Dumky Trio E minor op.90

J.Haydn -- Piano Trio no.28 D Major
P.Vladigerov -- Piano Trio op.4
D.Schostakowitsch -- Piano Trio no.2 E minor op.67



11. November 2018, 17 Uhr
Werner Borchers Halle Erbach
mit Peter Zelienka (Viola)
Mozart: Klaviertrio C-Dur KV 548, Say: Space Jump op. 46, Schumann: Klavierquartett Es-Dur op. 47

4. November 2018, 18 Uhr
hr-Sendesaal Frankfurt
mit Peter Zelienka (Viola)
Mozart: Klaviertrio C-Dur KV 548, Say: Space Jump op. 46, Schumann: Klavierquartett Es-Dur op. 47

6. Dezember 2017
Kammerkonzert der Musikgemeinde Rödermark
Haydn, Smetana, Mendelssohn

18. November 2017, 20 Uhr
Spitäle an der alten Mainbrücke
Beethoven, Op. 70 1&2, Op. 97 "Erzherzogstrio"

Kultursalon "Die Flaneure"
Kapustin, Tschajkovsky

Frankfurt am Main
Holzfoyer in der Oper Frankfurt
Tschajkovsy, Kapestin, Tannen

Frankfurt am Main

Mozart, Say, Gershwin, Kapustin

Centre Culturel a Marbach
Schubert, Schnyder, Piazzola

Frankfurt am Main
Nebbienschen Gartenhaus
Schubert, Kapestin, Piazzolla


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