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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

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Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald

Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald

Everything and the kitchen sink: HK Gruber’s Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald Every operatic ingredient was thrown into the pot for H.K. Gruber’s Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald (Tales from the Vienna Woods), but do too many cooks spoil this operatic broth? READ MORE

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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

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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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Jordan debuts with Schubert and Janacek

Jordan debuts with Schubert and Janacek

Jordan debuts as musical director of the Symphoniker with odd Schubert and JanáÄek 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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Simone Young and the Wiener Symphoniker

Simone Young and the Wiener Symphoniker

Simone Young and the Wiener Symphoniker at odds in Beethoven Musical magic has more to do with chemistry than it does with mathematics, and this evening fell considerably short of magical despite a devil’s share of ability, talent, competence and energy. READ MORE

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Martin Grubinger, Krzysztof Urbański and the VSO

Martin Grubinger, Krzysztof Urbański and the VSO

Tan Dun and Shostakovich form a dark, compelling programme in Vienna A percussion concerto tribute to natural disasters and a dark snapshot of post-Stalinist Russia make for a compelling programme from the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Krzysztof Urbański and soloist Martin Grubinger.  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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Shchedrin Carmen Suite at the Musikverein

Shchedrin Carmen Suite at the Musikverein

Wiener Symphoniker please crowd with percussion-filled Shchedrin Carmen Suite The night got off to a very classical, Viennese start when Vladimir Fedoseyev took the stage of the golden hall on Saturday night at the Musikverein. No stranger to this stage himself (the octogenarian was head conductor of

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Chanda VanderHart – pianist, chamber musician, art song accompanist, vocal coach.

In 2015, Chanda celebrates 15 years living in Vienna, Austria, the music capital of Europe where she has been acquiring a solid musical education, worked with world-class musicians and singers and developed exciting music related projects.

 

There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.

Johann Sebastian Bach

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