Subscribe

Posts Tagged Wien Konzerthaus

Anna Lucia Richter and Gerold Huber

Anna Lucia Richter and Gerold Huber

Früh­lingslieder and Frühe Lieder: Anna Lucia Richter and Gerold Huber ring in spring in Vien­na As part of the Konz­erthaus’ Mit­tagsmusik (Mid­day Music) series, young sopra­no Anna Lucia Richter teamed up this week with one of the great­est liv­ing song accom­pa­nists, Gerold Huber, to present an extra­or­di­nar­i­ly var­ied mat­inée of

Read more...

Hampson and Rieger at the Konzerthaus

Hampson and Rieger at the Konzerthaus

Hamp­son and Rieger in songs of love and loss at the Konz­erthaus, Vien­na Atten­tion to deliv­ery, effec­tive inter­pre­ta­tion and intel­li­gent pro­gram­ming is what make the duo such a con­sis­tent­ly beloved force in con­cert. READ MORE

Read more...

Schiff, Fischer and the BFO at the Konzerthaus

Schiff, Fischer and the BFO at the Konzerthaus

Schiff, Fis­ch­er and the Budapest Fes­ti­val Orches­tra delight and inspire at the Konz­erthaus The Budapest Fes­ti­val Orches­tra poured out wave upon wave of euphor­ic depth, melan­choly and sateen-like ensem­ble with vig­or, heart and delight­ful abil­i­ty under the guid­ance of their innate­ly musi­cal founder and con­duc­tor. READ MORE

Read more...

St Matthew Passion at the Konzerthaus

St Matthew Passion at the Konzerthaus

A Lenten lament: St Matthew Pas­sion at the Konz­erthaus Bach is music for the soul, and when excel­lent musi­cians are per­form­ing it, it can­not fail to be beau­ti­ful. Thanks to the con­sid­er­able strengths of the many involved, there is real­ly no bet­ter way to spend a week­end

Read more...

Rihm and Dvorak from Capuçon and the Symphoniker

Rihm and Dvorak from Capuçon and the Symphoniker

Pleas­ing Rihm and Dvo­rak from Capuçon and the Sym­phoniker, but ‘con­cept’ fal­ters Just when we were all hav­ing so much fun with the Sym­phoniker, mum and dad came home and ruined the par­ty. READ MORE

Read more...

Simon Keenlyside and Graham Johnson’s Liederabend in Vienna

Simon Keenlyside and Graham Johnson’s Liederabend in Vienna

Mak­ing it look easy: Simon Keenly­side and Gra­ham Johnson’s Lieder­abend in Vien­na Simon Keenly­side and Gra­ham Johnson’s con­cert at the Vien­na Konz­erthaus fea­tured songs by Schoen­berg and his pupil Hanns Eisler, as well as Brit­ten, Wolf, Schu­bert and Brahms. These con­sum­mate artists made a dif­fi­cult pro­gram seem easy to

Read more...

Hugo Wolf's Italienisches Liederbuch at the Konzerthaus

Hugo Wolf's Italienisches Liederbuch at the Konzerthaus

Hugo Wolf’s com­plete Ital­ienis­ches Lieder­buch at the Vien­na Konz­erthaus The evening began on a fun note: Juliane Banse’s voice rang out in a pre-record­ed mes­sage, remind­ing the audi­ence that as far as she knew, cell phones and clas­si­cal music did not gen­er­al­ly mix. After a com­mu­ni­ty chuck­le, the audi­ence

Read more...

Dudamel and the Vienna Philharmonic : Beethoven 9

Dudamel and the Vienna Philharmonic : Beethoven 9

Dudamel and the Vien­na Phil­har­mon­ic cel­e­brate the Konz­erthaus’ cen­ten­ni­al with Beethoven 9 The open­ing con­cert of the Wiener Konz­erthaus in 1913 fea­tured a per­for­mance of Beethoven’s Ninth Sym­pho­ny with a cel­e­bra­to­ry pre­lude writ­ten by Richard Strauss. To mark its 100 year birth­day, this Sun­day morn­ing the Vien­na

Read more...

Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich at the Konzerthaus

Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich at the Konzerthaus

Maazel and the Vien­na Phil­har­mon­ic in Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich at the Konz­erthaus Lorin Maazel and the Vien­na Phil­har­mon­ic Orches­tra have a very close rela­tion­ship. In fact, if they were a mar­ried cou­ple they would have cel­e­brat­ed their gold­en anniver­sary in 2012, hav­ing sur­vived and lived to tell

Read more...