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Klaus-Florian Vogt (Ausschnitt)

Göteborger Symphoniker / Vogt / Soustrot

Wednesday 15 February 2017
19:30 – ca. 21:10
Großer Saal

Event has already taken place

Performers

Göteborger Symphoniker

Klaus Florian Vogt, Tenor

Marc Soustrot, Dirigent

Programme

Jean Sibelius

Finlandia op. 26 (1900)

Richard Strauss

Heimliche Aufforderung op. 27/3 (Vier Lieder) (1894)

Ständchen op. 17/2 «Mach auf, mach auf, doch leise mein Kind» (1885-1887)

Freundliche Vision op. 48/1 (1900)

Liebeshymnus op. 32/3 (1896)

Ruhe, meine Seele op. 27/1 (Vier Lieder) (1894)

Morgen op. 27/4 (Vier Lieder) (1894)

Cäcilie op. 27/2 (Vier Lieder) (1894)

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Richard Strauss

Zueignung op. 10/1 (Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter) (1885)

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Modest Mussorgski

Bilder einer Ausstellung (Bearbeitung für Orchester: Maurice Ravel) (1874/1922)

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Wilhelm Stenhammar

Interlude (Sången. Symphonische Kantate op. 44) (1921)

Note

Marc Soustrot eingesprungen für Alain Altinoglu, daraus folgende Programmänderung;

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Links http://www.klaus-florian-vogt.de
http://www.gso.se

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

High acclaim

The Swedish city of Göteborg, with its population of around half a million, proudly boasts an orchestra of its own that enjoys worldwide acclaim: the Göteborg Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1905, and was awarded the status of Swedish national orchestra in 1997. Following a «golden era» under Neeme Järvi between 1982 and 2004, Gustavo Dudamel’s reign as chief conductor from 2007 until 2012 was another high point. In the autumn of 2013, Kent Nagano took over the post as chief conductor. Under Marc Soustrot and with the internationally acclaimed tenor Klaus Florian Vogt, the northern elite ensemble will perform orchestral songs of Richard Strauss.

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