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Zadie Smith

Zadie Smith © Ben Bailey-Smith

Gerzenberg Anton

Gerzenberg Anton © Dmitry Khamzin

Julia Hagen

Julia Hagen © Simon Pauly

Zadie Smith / Julia Hagen / Anton Gerzenberg

Betrug

Thursday 2 November 2023
19:30
Berio-Saal

 

Performers

Zadie Smith, Gespräch und Lesung in englischer Sprache

Lili Winderlich, Lesung in deutscher Sprache

Julia Hagen, Violoncello

Anton Gerzenberg, Klavier
Great Talent

Martin Thomas Pesl, Moderation

Programme

Zadie Smith liest aus ihrem neuen Roman »Betrug« und spricht darüber, Julia Hagen und Anton Gerzenberg spielen dazu

Sergej Rachmaninoff

3. Satz: Andante (Sonate g-moll op. 19 für Violoncello und Klavier) (1901)

Johannes Brahms

Auszug (Sonate F-Dur op. 99 für Violoncello und Klavier) (1886)

Bohuslav Martinů

Variationen über ein Thema von Rossini H 290 für Violoncello und Klavier (1942)

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Deep river op. 59/1/10 (24 Negro melodies) (1905)

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Between truth and fiction

History, origin, skin color and social imbalance - these are some of the major themes that bestselling British author Zadie Smith, born in 1975, deals with. Her debut novel »White teeth« (2000) gave her her breakthrough and advanced to become a classic of contemporary English-language literature. Numerous international prizes such as the World Prize for Literature (2016) or the Austrian State Prize for European Culture (2018) followed. Zadie Smith's sixth novel »Deception« is based on true events, specifically on one of England's most famous trials: the Tichborne case surrounding the son of the wealthy Lady Tichborne, who disappeared for years and was later supposedly recovered. Be there when acclaimed author Zadie Smith makes her first guest appearance at the Vienna Konzerthaus to present her latest work! Lili Winderlich (ensemble of the Vienna Burgtheater) reads the German translation, Julia Hagen and our »Great Talent« Anton Gerzenberg provide the musical good tone.
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