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Vivi Vassileva © Julia Wesely

Wiener Symphoniker / Vassileva / He / Kuokman

»50 Jahre diplomatische Beziehungen Österreich – China«

Friday 29 October 2021
19:00 – ca. 20:10
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Wiener Symphoniker

Vivi Vassileva, Multipercussion

Ziyu He, Violine

Lio Kuokman, Dirigent

Im Anschluss an das Konzert im Großen Foyer:

Ziyu He, Violine

Lio Kuokman, Klavier

Vivi Vassileva, Multipercussion

¡Tango 5!

Sophie Heinrich, Violine

Ivaylo Iordanov, Kontrabass

Andrea Wild, E-Gitarre

Maria Radutu, Klavier

Miloš Todorovski, Bandoneon

Programme

Tan Dun

The Tears of Nature. Konzert für Schlagwerk und Orchester (2012)

Maurice Ravel

Tzigane. Rapsodie de concert für Violine und Orchester (1924)

Fritz Kreisler

Tambourin chinois op. 3 für Violine und Klavier (Bearbeitung für Violine und Orchester) (1910)

Antonín Dvořák

Karneval. Ouverture op. 92 (1891)

Im Anschluss an das Konzert im Großen Foyer:

Konzertausklang mit Ziyu He, Lio Koukman, Vivi Vasssileva und ¡Tango 5!

Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowsky

Net, tol'ko tot, kto znal »Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt« op. 6/6 (Sechs Romanzen) (Bearbeitung für Violine und Klavier: Mischa Elman) (1869)

Fritz Kreisler

Schön Rosmarin für Violine und Klavier (1910)

Alexej Gerassimez

Asventuras

Jacob Gade

Tango Jalousie (1925)

Astor Piazzolla

Primavera porteña (Cuatro estaciones porteñas) (1970)

Milonga del ángel I. Tango (1965)

Adiós nonino (1959)

Oblivion (1972)

Note

Unterstützt von OMV
Lio Kuokman eingesprungen für Tan Dun; Vivi Vassileva eingesprungen für Martin Grubinger;
Dieses Konzert wird im Rahmen einer Kooperation zwischen der Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft und den Wiener Symphonikern veranstaltet. Weitere Informationen zur Datenverarbeitung bei Kooperationsveranstaltungen, Speicherdauer und Ihren Rechten finden Sie in unserer Datenschutzerklärung.

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Vibrating Soul

The New York-based Chinese composer and Oscar winner Tan Dun dedicates each of the three movements of his percussion concerto »The Tears of Nature« to a recent natural disaster in China, Japan and the USA. The composer recognizes the tears of nature in the water of the rain, the oceans and the rivers. They are, he says, the sign of repentance for the violent and often life-destroying natural eruptions. At the beginning of the concert, the soloist wanders through the orchestra, smashing stones together, to the timpani, which Vivi Vassileva makes sound not only with mallets and drum brooms. She also wipes the skin with her bare hands, strokes the timpani and plays with fingernails. The »young queen of the drums«, as the Süddeutsche Zeitung calls Vivi Vassileva, reveals what she thinks about when she makes music: »At best, not the notes. About smells, images, emotions, about what I want to tell with the music. But you always have to be very focused.«

Afterwards, Vivi Vassileva and the ensemble ¡Tango 5! will bring the concert to a close in the Grand Foyer.

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