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PODIUM FESTIVAL Mödling 2015

PODIUM FESTIVAL Mödling 2015
Chan­da is play­ing a lot of Rav­el these days, and enjoyed very much dis­cov­er­ing the His­toires Naturelles with mez­zo Natalia Kaza­lek for the Podi­um Fes­ti­val this past month. All pho­tos © by PODIUMfestival.at Zwis­chen dem 24. und 27. Sep­tem­ber 2015 schlägt das PODIUM Fes­ti­val erneut seine Zelte auf, umRead more...

Liederabend "Abendgesänge"

Liederabend "Abendgesänge"

Lieder­abend “Abendgesänge” mit Elis­a­beth Mus­ger on May 9th, 2015 at 7:30 pm in Wiesel­burg, Aus­tria. Lieder von Strauss, Schu­bert, Brahms, Bar­ber and more

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Konzerthaus “Fridays@7” a sparkling success

Konzerthaus “Fridays@7” a sparkling success

Konz­erthaus exper­i­ment “Fridays@7” a sparkling suc­cess with Jor­dan, Buni­ashtvili and a jazzy after par­ty Giv­ing the audi­ence clos­er access to per­form­ers may be a key to the sur­vival of an ever-more-elit­ist enter­tain­ment form. READ MORE

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Circus

Circus
Mosaïque 7 Octo­ber 2014 Our Mosaïque Sea­son 2 Open­ing CIRCUS Extrav­a­gan­za is just around the cor­ner! Join us on Tues­day, Octo­ber 7th at BRICK-5 for an extra­or­di­nary evening of music, fire, mag­ic, acro­bat­ics, and more! We’ve had a cou­ple of changes to the pro­gram in recent weeks. Unfor­tu­nate­ly Math­iasRead more...

Jordan debuts with Schubert and Janacek

Jordan debuts with Schubert and Janacek

Jor­dan debuts as musi­cal direc­tor of the Sym­phoniker with odd Schu­bert and Janáček pair­ing Though Jor­dan and the Wiener Sym­phoniker have been hap­py bed­fel­lows many times before, this con­cert marked the begin­ning of a new stage in their rela­tion­ship. READ MORE

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Harteros and Rieger Solistenabend

Harteros and Rieger Solistenabend

Har­teros and Rieger breeze through a “Solis­ten­abend” of Wolf and Strauss at the Staat­sop­er The duo toss of three encores before breez­ing off into the night, send­ing their audi­ence off to their beds, already com­plete­ly and utter­ly sat­is­fied.  READ MORE

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The airport as limbo: Schubert’s Lazarus and more at TAW

The airport as limbo: Schubert’s Lazarus and more at TAW

The air­port as lim­bo: Schubert’s Lazarus and more at The­ater an der Wien Schubert’s unfin­ished ora­to­rio Lazarus joined with oth­er inter­est­ing works by both Schu­bert and Charles Ives in a staged per­for­mance at the The­ater an der Wien, direct­ed by Claus Guth. Strong­ly cast, the musi­cal jux­ta­po­si­tion works bet­ter than the ora­to­rio

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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

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Mosaïque concert series opening | Storytelling

Mosaïque concert series opening | Storytelling

The con­cert which launched Mosaique: open­ing event at Brick-5 Mosaïque is an inno­v­a­tive con­cert series cre­at­ed by pianists Deirdre Bren­ner and Chan­da Van­der­Hart in 2013. Con­certs take place month­ly at BRICK-5, a beau­ti­ful, loft­ed space that was orig­i­nal­ly a pea-shuck­­ing fac­to­ry in Vienna’s 15th dis­trict. Each Mosaïque con­cert

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