Thursday THU 13 June 2024
Friday FRI 21 June 2024
Sunday SUN 30 June 2024
Saturday SAT 7 October 2023

Philharmonix © Max Parovsky


»Once Upon a Time ...«

Monday 16 October 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Großer Saal




Noah Bendix-Balgley, Violine

Sebastian Gürtler, Violine

Thilo Fechner, Viola

Stephan Koncz, Violoncello

Ödön Rácz, Kontrabass

Daniel Ottensamer, Klarinette

Christoph Traxler, Klavier


Ennio Morricone

Man with harmonica (L'uomo dell'armonica) (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz) (1968)

Once upon a time in the west (Bearbeitung: Taka Sakuma) (1968)

Johannes Brahms

Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 1 g-moll (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz) (1868)

Sebastian Gürtler

Ej Saulite

Judz tautiietis

Freddie Mercury

Don't stop me now (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz)

Béla Bartók

Der wunderbare Mandarin (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz) (1918–1919/1927)


Richard Wagner

Siegfried-Idyll (Bearbeitung: Taka Sakuma) (1870)

Marcus Davy

Spanish Liver (Bearbeitung: Sebastian Gürtler)

Modest Mussorgski

Das Ballett der Kücklein in ihren Eierschalen (Bilder einer Ausstellung) (Bearbeitung: Sebastian Gürtler) (1874)

Art Hickman

Rose room (Bearbeitung: Daniel Ottensamer)

Georg Kreisler

Telefonbuchpolka (Bearbeitung: Sebastian Gürtler)

Stephan Koncz





John Williams

Cantina Band Swing (Bearbeitung: Stephan Koncz)

José Feliciano

Feliz Navidad (Bearbeitung: Sebastian Gürtler) (1970)

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Fairy-tale musical retellings

Enthusiastic and inspiring passion is the reason why members of the Vienna and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestras founded the Philharmonix: They play everything they have always felt like playing. What unites them is the pure joy of classical music. But their programme goes far beyond that. In their brilliant new versions, they also work on jazz and Latin, Jewish folk music, Hollywood melodies and pop. They extract never-before-heard, original sides from all compositions - and skilfully put together what otherwise does not belong together. Whether the Philharmonix work on pop songs or Viennese songs, Prokofiev or Tchaikovsky, Gershwin or Piazzolla: classical music cannot be more entertaining, entertaining and clever.

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