Wednesday WED 3 July 2024
Sunday SUN 7 July 2024
Wednesday WED 10 July 2024
Thursday THU 11 July 2024
Sunday SUN 14 July 2024
Sunday SUN 21 July 2024
Thursday THU 7 March 2024
Saturday SAT 23 March 2024
Sunday SUN 24 March 2024
Martha Argerich

Martha Argerich © Andrea Humer

Zubin Mehta

Zubin Mehta © Andrea Humer

Wiener Philharmoniker / Argerich / Mehta

Wednesday 20 March 2024
Großer Saal



Wiener Philharmoniker

Martha Argerich, Klavier

Zubin Mehta, Dirigent


Maurice Ravel

Konzert für Klavier und Orchester G-Dur (1929–1931)



Maurice Ravel

3. Satz: Presto (Konzert für Klavier und Orchester G-Dur) (1929–1931)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Gavotte I und Gavotte II ou la Musette (Englische Suite Nr. 3 g-moll BWV 808) (1715 ca.)


Anton Bruckner

Symphonie Nr. 7 E-Dur (1881–1883)



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Musical Retrospective 

»At first I intended to call my work ›Divertissement.‹ Then I considered that it was not necessary, because the title 'Concerto' clearly enough captures the character of the music,« Maurice Ravel wrote of his G major Piano Concerto, which includes a tribute to Mozart. It was first performed in Paris in 1932, with Marguerite Long as soloist. In 1968, Martha Argerich performed Ravel's work for the first time at the Vienna Konzerthaus and caused a sensation with her brilliant interpretation on several occasions. In March, our honorary member will again perform Ravel with the Vienna Philharmonic, while Anton Bruckner's Seventh Symphony will be heard in the second half of the concert. It brought the composer his long-awaited breakthrough. During his lifetime, his symphonies were performed only 15 times in Vienna, 13 of them by the Vienna Philharmonic. Today, the Seventh is one of the great symphonist's most popular works.

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