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Janoska Ensemble © DANIELA MATEJSCHEK

Wiener KammerOrchester / Janoska Ensemble / Orizio

Sunday 21 April 2024
10:30 – ca. 12:15
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Wiener KammerOrchester

Janoska Ensemble

Ondrej Janoska, Violine

Roman Janoska, Violine

František Janoska, Klavier

Julius Darvas, Kontrabass

Pier Carlo Orizio, Dirigent

Programme

Johannes Brahms

Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 1 g-moll (Bearbeitung à la Janoska: František Janoska) (1868/1873)

František Janoska

Souvenir pour Elise. Hommage à Ludwig van Beethoven

Dave Brubeck

Blue Rondo à la Turk

John Lennon, Paul McCartney

Yesterday

Janoska Ensemble

Tarantella vs. Niška Banja (nach Themen von Pablo de Sarasate und eines serbischen Volkslieds)

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Johann Sebastian Bach

3. Satz: Allegro (Konzert für zwei Violinen in d-moll BWV 1043) (1717–1723)

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Symphonie Es-Dur K 543 (1788)

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Experience music à la Janoska

Music from Beethoven to the Beatles in the legendary »Janoska style« in orchestration meets a symphonic masterpiece by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. With its polyglot musical language, the Janoska Ensemble transcends all genres and creates new, first-class, gripping music experiences with incredible and spontaneous creativity. Together with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the four musicians' arrangements of classical and far-flung repertoire take on an orchestral sound. This is followed in the second half of the concert by Mozart's Symphony in E flat major K 543, one of the last three symphonies he composed in the summer of 1788, which encompasses all his skills in this field to the highest degree of perfection. It is an outstanding example of thematic work in Mozart's works and is one of the highlights of the genre.
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