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Philharmonix © Max Parovsky

Philharmonix

»Die dritte Wiener Schule«

Monday 25 April 2022
19:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Philharmonix

Noah Bendix-Balgley, Violine

Sebastian Gürtler, Violine

Thilo Fechner, Viola

Stephan Koncz, Violoncello

Ödön Rácz, Kontrabass

Daniel Ottensamer, Klarinette

Christoph Traxler, Klavier

Programme

»Die dritte Wiener Schule«

Johann Strauß (Sohn)

Klänge der Heimat (Csardas der Rosalinde aus »Die Fledermaus«) (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz) (1874)

Paolo Conte

Azzurro (Bearbeitung: Daniel Ottensamer)

Arnold Schönberg

Kammersymphonie für 15 Solo-Instrumente op. 9 (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz) (1906)

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Stephan Koncz

Requiem for Falco

Sebastian Gürtler

Ludwig's nightmare

Arnold Schönberg

Notturno (Bearbeitung: Thilo Fechner) (1896)

Johann Strauß (Sohn)

Ouverture zu »Die Fledermaus« (Bearbeitung: Sebastian Gürtler) (1874)

Georg Breinschmid

Komisches Wienerlied (Bearbeitung: Sebastian Gürtler)

John Lennon, Paul McCartney

Yesterday (Bearbeitung: Sebastian Gürtler)

Noah Bendix-Balgley

Odessa Bulgar

Sting

Russians (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz)

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Zugabe:

Christina Macpherson

Waltzing Matilda (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz)

Sting

Englishman in New York (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz)

Note

Unterstützt von Wiener Städtische Versicherungsverein und Wiener Städtische

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Links https://www.philharmonix.cc

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

»The Third Viennese School«

»The Philharmonix are all about having fun with music – for themselves, and for their audience,« the ensemble proclaims on its website. This is also the reason why the seven virtuoso musicians, who can be found with the Vienna and Berlin Philharmonic orchestras, among others, have come together. Together they can play what is never on the program of their famous orchestras. With their arrangements, the Philharmonix delight an international audience: hot dance rhythms, Hollywood melodies, pop songs and even children's songs enter into a successful symbiosis with compositions of so-called »serious music« - on a world-class level. As if that alone were not enough incentive to follow them into new musical realms, they now also set out to explore a »third Viennese school.«

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