Ernst Krenek’s First Violin Concerto couldn’t be in safer hands with the ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Cornelius Meister and with Ernst Kovacic as soloist ...
Expressive vocal art from Beethoven to the 20th century is the motto of the concert and will provide impressive proof of how the lyric baritone is willing to push his voice to its dramatic limits ...
Alongside Ton Koopman and Joshua Rifkin, Sir John Eliot Gardiner is one of the most eminent living interpreters of the works of Johann Sebastian Bach. As a tribute to his musical achievements ...
The name of the Mozarteumorchester Salzburg contains the
name of an important advocate. The orchestra’s roots can be targeted
back to the Salzburg cathedral music association ...
When it comes to music, Jan Lisiecki is always highly concentrated and serious — so much so that Pinchas Zuckerman, one of his many famous musical partners, says he has an «old soul» ...
In the hands of the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, the RIAS Chamber Choir
and conductor Hans-Christoph Rademann, the performance of this musical
masterpiece promises to be ...
Much has been said about the Viennese mind, the «Weana G'müath», and its legendary blend of nostalgia and waltzing bliss. Viennese music, however, tells us more about the local population’s mentality ...
When Beethoven wrote his ninth symphony, he opened a door to a new world. What better music to celebrate the start of the new year, then, than this visionary work ...
The Philharmonics have been setting off musical fireworks with their New Year's Eve Gala at the Wiener Konzerthaus for several years. They are the «magnificent seven» ...
Martin Grubinger © Joachim Bergauer (Ausschnitt)
Yuja Wang © Norbert Kniat
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Yuja Wang, Klavier
Martin Grubinger, Percussion
The Percussive Planet Ensemble
Martin Grubinger sen., Percussion
Leonard Schmidinger, Percussion
Alexander Georgiev, Percussion
Sonate BB 115 für zwei Klaviere und Schlagzeug (1937)
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