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Kopatchinskaja Patricia © Marco Borggreve

Patricia Kopatchinskaja & Friends

»Dies irae«

Monday 26 February 2024
19:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

COLLOREDO, Ensemble

Company of Music
Einstudierung: Johannes Hiemetsberger

David Ballwein, Posaune

Anna Eibensteiner, Posaune

Hannes Resch, Posaune

Gustav Staudinger, Posaune

Michael Staudinger, Posaune

Florian Weissenbeck, Posaune

Guido Weissenbeck, Posaune

Michael Wendeberg, Klavier, Orgel, Cembalo

Markus Güdel, Lichtgestaltung

Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Violine, Idee, Künstlerische Leitung

Programme

»Dies irae«

Inszeniertes Konzert mit Werken von Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber, George Crumb, Antonio Lotti, John Dowland und Galina Ustwolskaja

Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber

Battalia à 10 (1673)

George Crumb

Black Angels for Electric Quartet (Images I). Thirteen Images from the Dark Land (1970)

Antonio Lotti

Crucifixus

John Dowland

Lachrimae Antiquae Novae (1604))

Galina Ustwolskaja

Komposition Nr. 2 »Dies irae« (1972–1973)

Anonymus

Dies irae. Gregorianischer Hymnus

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Links https://patriciakopatchinskaja.com
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Dies irae

The Dies irae - the beginning of a medieval hymn about the Last Judgement - still characterises the history of music today. On the second evening of her portrait series, Patricia Kopatchinskaja tackles the problems of our time, first and foremost global warming. With the COLLOREDO ensemble and the Company of Music, she crosses centuries and regions in this cleverly staged concert in order to convey her concern musically: In addition to Galina Ustvolskaya's incomparably intense »Dies irae«, the programme includes works by John Dowland, Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber and the portrait artist herself. »When I think of the environment today, I think of the end of the world«, says the grandiose violinist. The only question is: »How much time do we have left?«

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