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Wednesday 12 April 2023
Großer Saal




Noah Bendix-Balgley, Violine

Sebastian Gürtler, Violine

Thilo Fechner, Viola

Stephan Koncz, Violoncello

Ödön Rácz, Kontrabass

Daniel Ottensamer, Klarinette

Christoph Traxler, Klavier, Orgel



Stephan Koncz

Space Odyssey

Star Trek-Csardas

Gustav Holst

Mercury, the winged messenger. Vivace (Die Planeten. Suite für großes Orchester op. 32) (Bearbeitung: Taka Sakuma) (1914–1918)

Freddie Mercury

Bohemian Rhapsody (Bearbeitung: Sebastian Gürtler) (1975)

Sebastian Gürtler

Judz tautiietis

John Williams

Thema (Aus dem Film »Jurassic Park«, Regie: Steven Spielberg, USA 1993) (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz) (1993)

Erik Satie

Première Gnossienne (Bearbeitung: Sebastian Gürtler) (1890)


Alan Silvestri

Suite (Aus dem Film »Back to the future«, Regie: Robert Zemeckis, USA 1985) ( Bearbeitung: Takahiro Sakuma) (1985)

Sebastian Gürtler

Tumsa nakte

Noah Bendix-Balgley

Fiddler's dance

Johann Sebastian Bach

Ich ruf' zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ BWV 639 (Orgel-Büchlein) (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz) (1713–1717 ca.)

Sebastian Gürtler

Der Herrgott und die Geig'n

Stephan Koncz

Witch hunt

John Williams

Suite (Aus dem Film »E. T. the extra-terrestrial«, Regie: Steven Spielberg, USA 1982) (Beabeitung: Takahiro Sakuma ) (1982)



José Feliciano

Feliz Navidad. Weihnachtslied (Bearbeitung: Sebastian Gürtler) (1970)

Christina Macpherson

Waltzing Matilda (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz)

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Open-minded Space

Enthusiasm and enthusiasm are the reasons why members of the Vienna and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestras founded the Philharmonix: They play everything they've ever felt like playing. What unites them is the pure joy of classical music. But their program goes far beyond that. In their brilliant new versions, they also rework jazz and Latin, Jewish folk music, Hollywood melodies and pop. They extract never-before-heard, original sides from all compositions - and skillfully put together what otherwise does not belong together. Whether the Philharmonix work on a pop song or a Viennese song, Prokofiev or Tchaikovsky, Gershwin or Piazzolla: classical music cannot be more entertaining, entertaining and clever. Their music is influenced by the sound aesthetics and tradition of the top orchestras they usually work for: Thilo Fechner (viola), Daniel Ottensamer (clarinet) and Ödön Rácz (double bass) play with the Vienna Philharmonic, Stephan Koncz (cello) and Noah Bendix-Balgley (violin) with the Berlin Philharmonic. They are joined by the outstanding soloists Christoph Traxler (piano) and Sebastian Gürtler (violin), who writes most of the new arrangements.


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