Teodor Currentzis

Teodor Currentzis © Nadya Rosenbaum

Utopia Kammermusikensemble

Saturday 8 October 2022
19:30
Mozart-Saal

Performers

Mitglieder von Utopia, Kammermusikensemble

Katharine Dain, Sopran

Ekaterina Dondukova, Sopran

Olga Pashchenko, Klavier

Alexander Melnikov, Klavier

Anna Matz, Violine

Roberta Verna, Violine

Olga Volkova, Violine

Gerald Kakoum, Viola

Alexander Akimov, Viola

Cyrille Lacrouts, Violoncello

Yibai Chen, Violoncello

Miriam Prandi, Violoncello

Anna Komarova, Flöte

Clément Dufour, Flöte

Vicent Morello, Flöte

Fanny Morel, Piccoloflöte

Spiros Mourikis, Klarinette

Vicente Alberola, Klarinette

Gael Gandino, Harfe

Noelia Cotuna, Harfe

Talgat Sarsembaev, Fagott

Jesus Villa, Fagott

Matthias Loibner, Drehleier

Matthew Sadler, Trompete

Davide Lattuada, Bassklarinette

Thomas Hammes, Trompete

Lars Karlin, Posaune

Tomer Maschkowski, Basstrompete

Marcel Morikawa, Percussion

Giacomo Bacchio, Percussion

Jean-Baptiste Leclere, Percussion

Fedor Rudin, Dirigent

Giuseppe Mengoli, Dirigent

Teodor Currentzis, Dirigent

Programme

Claude Debussy

Syrinx (1913)

Maurice Ravel

Introduction et Allegro für Flöte, Klarinette, Harfe und Streichquartett (1905)

Alexey Retinsky

Bride song

Olivier Messiaen

Abîme des Oiseaux für Klarinette solo (Quatuor pour la fin du temps) (1940–1941)

Iannis Xenakis

Okho (1989)

Igor Strawinski

Oktett für Blasinstrumente (1922–1923)

Claude Debussy

De l'aube à midi sur la mer (La mer. Drei symphonische Skizzen Nr. 1) (Bearbeitung für Klavier zu vier Händen) (1903–1905)

György Ligeti

Sonate für Violoncello solo (1948–1953)

Maurice Ravel

Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé (1913)

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Fullness of sound from the 20th and 21st centuries

A squad of virtuoso soloists from Teodor Currentzis' new orchestra project Utopia can be experienced in the Mozart Hall: The Utopia Chamber Music Ensemble interprets compositions from recent music history. In doing so, it creates a sometimes orchestral sound in a chamber music setting. Impressionist works such as Ravel's »Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé«, a composition from Stravinsky's neoclassically influenced creative phase as well as Xenakis' »Okho« from 1989 are performed. The ensemble takes a look into the 21st century with a work by contemporary Alexey Retinsky, among others.
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