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Philharmonic Five © Julia Wesely

Philharmonic Five

»Sommer.Nacht.Traum«

Sunday 26 June 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Philharmonic Five

Tibor Kováč, Violine

Lara Kusztrich, Violine

Holger Tautscher-Groh, Viola

Orfeo Mandozzi, Violoncello

Adela Liculescu, Klavier

Programme

Johannes Brahms

Klavierquintett f-moll op. 34 (1865)

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Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

Ouverture zu »Ein Sommernachtstraum« op. 21 (Bearbeitung für Klavierquintett: Julius Weiss) (1826)

George Gershwin

Summertime (Porgy and Bess) (Bearbeitung: Tibor Kovac) (1935)

Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowsky

Juin: Barcarolle g-moll op. 37b/6 (Vremena goda »Die Jahreszeiten«. Zwölf Charakterstücke) (Bearbeitung: Adela Liculescu) (1875–1876)

Antonio Vivaldi

»Der Sommer« Concerto g-moll RV 315 für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo (Die vier Jahreszeiten) (Bearbeitung: Tibor Kovac) (1725))

Astor Piazzolla

Sommer, Verano porteño (Cuatro estaciones porteñas) (Bearbeitung: Orfeo Mandozzi) (1967)

Claude Debussy

Beau soir (Bearbeitung: Orfeo Mandozzi) (1880)

Michel Camilo, Ludwig van Beethoven

Caribean Tempest (nach Themen aus »Der Sturm« von Ludwig van Beethoven und Michel Camilo) (Bearbeitung: Tibor Kováč)

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Zugabe:

Georg Breinschmid

Wien bleibt Krk (Bearbeitung: Tibor Kováč und Georg Breinschmid)

Note

Ersatztermin für den 22. Juni 2022
Unterstützt von Wiener Städtische Versicherungsverein und Wiener Städtische

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Summer.Night.Dream

Philharmonic Five seduce to dream with their unique sound aesthetics and virtuosity. And the most beautiful dreams are promised by a summer night - follow the five musicians into enchanting summer spheres with music by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Frédéric Chopin and others. 

»I feel after the work as if I have read a great tragic story« said Clara Schumann when she heard Johannes Brahms' Piano Quintet for the first time. Among the many remarks made by friends of the composer, hers is perhaps the most fitting. From the outset, the four-movement quintet unfolds in the tone of tragedy and in an arc of tension of never-ceasing intensity. Philharmonic Five knows how to impart this intensity to the work in their interpretation by virtue of their art of phrasing and expressive dynamics.

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