They opened the concert with the Grand Duo Concertant, Op. 48 by Carl Maria von Weber, which is a part of a standard clarinet repertoire and school curricula alike. In the context of repertoire for established artists, Ottensamer’s performance belongs to those faster ones. With this regard, it is quite close to the renowned French clarinetist Guy Dangain, but contrary to him, Ottensamer was rather “hectic” even in the central slow movement, leaving little space, that is, time to express his lyrical qualities. Then, the musicians performed Brahms’ and Mendelssohn’s piano pieces in arrangement for clarinet and piano – Intermezzo in A major, Op. 118, No. 2 by Johannes Brahms arranged by Nikolai Popov, and three Songs Without Words by Felix Mendelssohn arranged by Ottensamer. There were also other major works for clarinet, such as the Première rhapsodie by Claude Debussy and the attractive Sonatina by Joseph Horovitz. When it comes to a solo performance of the pianist, the audience had the opportunity to listen to both the lyrical music of Franz Schubert, his lied Gretchen am Spinnrade in Franz Liszt’s transcription and virtuoso bravados in Variations written by pianist Vladimir Horowitz on a theme from Bizet’s opera Carmen.