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Víkingur Ólafsson © Ari Magg

Klavierabend Víkingur Ólafsson

Sunday 30 January 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:45



Víkingur Ólafsson, Klavier


»Mozart und seine Zeitgenossen«

Baldassare Galuppi

Sonate f-moll I 9 (1. Satz: Andante spiritoso) (1756))

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Rondo F-Dur K 494 (1786)

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Rondo d-moll Wq 61/4 (Clavier-Sonaten und Freye Fantasien, nebst einiger Rondos für Kenner und Liebhaber, Sechste Sammlung) (1786)

Domenico Cimarosa

Sonate Nr. 42 d-moll (Bearbeitung: Víkingur Ólafsson)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Fantasie d-moll K 385g (Fragment) (1786–1787 ca.)

Rondo D-Dur K 485 (1786)

Domenico Cimarosa

Sonate Nr. 55 a-moll (Bearbeitung: Víkingur Ólafsson)

Joseph Haydn

Sonate h-moll Hob. XVI/32 (1776 ?)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Eine kleine Gigue G-Dur K 574 (1789)

Sonate C-Dur K 545 »Sonata facile« (1788)


Streichquintett g-moll K 516 (Adagio in Bearbeitung für Klavier von Víkingur Ólafsson) (1787)

Baldassare Galuppi

Sonate Nr. 34 c-moll (1. Satz: Larghetto)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Sonate c-moll K 457 (1784)

Adagio h-moll K 540 (1788)

Ave verum corpus. Motette K 618 (Bearbeitung für Klavier: Franz Liszt) (1791)



Johann Sebastian Bach

Triosonate Nr. 4 e-moll BWV 528 (2. Satz: Andante in Bearbeitung von August Stradal) (1727 ca.)

Subscription series Klavier im Mozart-Saal


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In dialogue with classics

Glass, Bach, Debussy, Rameau – Víkingur Ólafsson's musical preferences are not only original in their sequence. With each of his new projects, the Icelandic pianist ensures a precision landing: He convinces with Glass' »Opening« from »Glassworks« as well as with his own transcription of baroque gems from Rameau's last opera »Les Boréades«. Now the award-winning pianist again approaches a monolith of music history: Mozart, especially his compositions from the 1780s, is the focus of his latest program, and he also gives voice to his companions Joseph Haydn, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Baldassare Galuppi and Domenico Cimarosa. And in some works you can even look forward to a very special dialogue between the classics and a contemporary – when Ólafsson performs his own piano arrangements.


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