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Chen Reiss

Chen Reiss © Paul Marc Mitchell

Lahav Shani

Lahav Shani © Marco Borggreve

Wiener Symphoniker / Reiss / Shani

Wednesday 4 May 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Wiener Symphoniker

Chen Reiss, Sopran

Lahav Shani, Dirigent

Programme

Alban Berg

Drei Stücke aus der »Lyrischen Suite« für Streichorchester (1925–1926/1927)

Richard Strauss

Wiegenlied op. 41/1 (1899)

Meinem Kinde op. 37/3 (Sechs Lieder) (1897)

Ich wollt ein Sträußlein binden op. 68/2 (Brentano-Lieder) (1919)

Säusle liebe Myrthe op. 68/3 (Brentano-Lieder) (1919)

Morgen op. 27/4 (Vier Lieder) (1894)

Das Rosenband op. 36/1 (1898)

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Gustav Mahler

Symphonie Nr. 4 G-Dur für großes Orchester und Sopran-Solo (1899–1901)

Note

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Stage Fright Desirable

Stage fright can be quite useful, says Chen Reiss: »Excitement is important, in my opinion, to maintain dramatic tension. Routine doesn't belong on stage, new discoveries and developments do.« The Israeli soprano not only takes the solo part in Gustav Mahler's Fourth Symphony, but also in selected orchestral songs by Richard Strauss. Experts attest Reiss »one of the most perfect Strauss voices one can dream of«. At the podium of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra is Lahav Shani, who is not only its principal guest conductor, but also the youngest principal conductor in the history of the Rotterdam Philharmonic and the successor to Zubin Mehta as conductor of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

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