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Emmanuel Tjeknavorian © Lukas Beck

Wiener KammerOrchester / Wiener Singakademie / Tjeknavorian

Tuesday 13 June 2023
18:30 – ca. 20:15
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Wiener KammerOrchester

Wiener Singakademie
Einstudierung: Heinz Ferlesch

Nikola Hillebrand, Sopran

Anna Lucia Richter, Mezzosopran

Ilker Arcayürek, Tenor

Manuel Walser, Bariton

Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, Dirigent

Programme

Ludwig van Beethoven

Messe C-Dur op. 86 für Soli, Chor und Orchester (1807)

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Symphonie Nr. 5 c-moll op. 67 (1804–1808)

Subscription series Symphonie Classique B

Festival 40. Internationales Musikfest

Links https://www.wienersingakademie.at
https://www.kammerorchester.com
https://www.emmanueltjeknavorian.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Mass and power

What on earth does Beethoven's Mass in C major have to do with his 5th Symphony? The setting of the Catholic Ordinary of the Mass with the apotheosis of political and individual freedom? No more, one could say, than that both works»"met« each other in the composer's great academy on December 22, 1808. On this memorable evening in the Theater an der Wien, the rapidly deafening Beethoven not only performed publicly as a pianist for the last time. In a marathon four-hour concert, he also launched his 5th and 6th Symphonies, his 4th Piano Concerto, and the Choral Fantasy op. 80. In each of the two halves of the concert, one movement from the Mass in C major was performed: the Gloria in the first part, the Sanctus in the second. Emmanuel Tjeknavorian can therefore refer to this historical event when he places both works on the program of this concert of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. A certain commonality also results from the incomprehension and rejection that Beethoven's music often met with among his contemporaries. With the Mass in particular, the revolutionary-minded artist so enraged his patron Nicholas II Esterházy that the latter was carried away to a less than noble outburst: »Beethoven's Mass is unbearably ridiculous and atrocious [...], I am angry and ashamed.« A judgment that has survived along with the noble predicate thrown into the scale.
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