Renowned pianist Pi-Hsien Chen, beloved cellist Pi-Chin Chien, and Swiss violin virtuoso Willi Zimmermann—two Taiwanese artists currently living in Europe and a Swiss musician—will team up with Swiss conductor Kaspar Zehnder to interpret "Tripelkonzert ‘Episodes concertants’" by Swiss composer Paul Juon. Juon’s works sit between the romantic and the modern and bridges eastern and western cultures to reveal a rich palette of musical hues and dimensions. The program also features Brahms’ “Symphony No.1 in c minor,” a work that took the composer 21 years to complete following the footsteps of his great musical predecessors. The final movement resembles a chorus of natural sounds, with the French horn theme being the composer’s birthday tribute to Clara Schumann. The movement was inspired by alpine ridges viewed by the composer, who recreated the magnificent grandeur of the Alps in the music. In this evening concert of Switzerland, the renowned musicians will take a stroll along the riverside trails of the Alps and take in the serenity of the night.