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Christoph Sietzen © Daniel Delang

Wiener Symphoniker / Sietzen / Poga

Thursday 4 April 2024
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Wiener Symphoniker

Christoph Sietzen, Multipercussion

Andris Poga, Dirigent

Programme

Johannes Maria Staud

Whereas the Reality Trembles. Music for Percussion and Orchestra (2022) (EA)
Kompositionsauftrag des Cleveland Orchestra (Franz Welser-Möst, Music Director), des Symphonieorchesters des Bayerischen Rundfunks und des Wiener Konzerthauses mit den Wiener Symphonikern

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Zugabe:

Johann Sebastian Bach

Gigue (Suite e-moll BWV 996 für Laute solo) (1708–1717 ca.)

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Sergej Rachmaninoff

Symphonie Nr. 2 e-moll op. 27 (1906–1907)

Note

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Opulence of sound

»He is a very profound artist [...], obsessed with good sound and good instruments«: in 2023, Christoph Sietzen premiered the music for percussion and orchestra »Whereas the Reality Trembles« by Johannes Maria Staud, which was dedicated to him. Staud draws inspiration for his compositions from literature, film, visual art and philosophy - in this case from a poem by the American William Carlos Williams. Musically, new worlds are created, the sound possibilities seem endless: »classical« percussion instruments are played just as virtuously as flower pots, canisters or barrels. Sergei Rachmaninoff's Second Symphony, composed in 1906/07, is also impressively rich and is also on the programme of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra concert under Andris Poga.
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