Monday MON 1 April 2024
Tuesday TUE 2 April 2024
Tuesday TUE 9 April 2024
Thursday THU 7 March 2024
Saturday SAT 23 March 2024
Sunday SUN 24 March 2024
Eduard und Johannes Kutrowatz

Eduard und Johannes Kutrowatz © Ferry Nielsen

Jan Willem de Vriend

Jan Willem de Vriend © Marcel van den Broek

Wiener KammerOrchester / Klavierduo Kutrowatz / de Vriend

Sunday 10 March 2024



Wiener KammerOrchester

Klavierduo Kutrowatz

Eduard Kutrowatz, Klavier

Johannes Kutrowatz, Klavier

Jan Willem de Vriend, Dirigent


Jean Sibelius

Impromptu für Streichorchester (1894)

Eduard Kutrowatz

Concerto Nr. 1 für zwei Klaviere, Streichorchester und Percussion



Dave Brubeck

Blue Rondo à la Turk


Franz Liszt

Ungarische Rhapsodie Nr. 2 cis-moll S 244/2 (Bearbeitung für Streichorchester: Peter Wolf) (1846–1851)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Serenade D-Dur K 239 »Serenata Notturna« (1776)



Luigi Boccherini

Sonate Nr. 6 A-Dur für Violoncello und Klavier

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Past and present

The pianist and composer Eduard Kutrowatz described a movement of his Concerto No. 1 for two pianos, string orchestra and percussion as an homage to Franz Liszt. The concerto, which was composed between 2015 and 2018, will be performed by the Kutrowatz piano duo. A composition by Franz Liszt will also be heard at the Vienna Chamber Orchestra's matinee: The Vienna Chamber Orchestra performs an arrangement for string orchestra of Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, which is probably one of the most famous works by the Romantic composer. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's »Serenata Notturna«, on the other hand, is reminiscent of a much older sound practice: Its structure borrows from the Baroque concerto grosso technique and makes it clear how vital a much older music-making practice was in Mozart's time.

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