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Budapest Festival Orchestra / Eberle / Isserlis / Iván Fischer

Monday 13 May 2024
Großer Saal



Budapest Festival Orchestra

Veronika Eberle, Violine

Steven Isserlis, Violoncello

Iván Fischer, Dirigent


Johannes Brahms

Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 21 e-moll (Bearbeitung für Orchester: Antonín Dvořák) (1880/1880)

Konzert für Violine, Violoncello und Orchester a-moll op. 102 (1887)



Maurice Ravel

2. Satz: Très vif (Sonate C-Dur für Violine und Violoncello) (1920–1922)


Johannes Brahms

Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 14 d-moll (Bearbeitung für Orchester: Albert Parlow) (1880/1881)

Symphonie Nr. 4 e-moll op. 98 (1884–1885)



Johannes Brahms

Abendständchen op. 42/1 »Hör, es klagt die Flöte wieder« (1859)

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A North German on the edge of the Alps

Exactly three months to the day after the first evening dedicated to Brahms' orchestral music, Iván Fischer and his Budapest Festival Orchestra are performing another such concert at the Vienna Konzerthaus: this time the programme features the last contributions to the symphonic and instrumental concerto genres that Brahms composed in the mid-1880s: In the summer months of 1884/85, the 4th Symphony in E minor was composed in Mürzzuschlag - a place where, according to Brahms' testimony, »the cherries did not become sweet and edible« and which therefore produced a rather tart tone. Two years later, Brahms composed a double concerto for violin and cello in Thun, Switzerland, one of the very rare examples of a late Romantic Sinfonia concertante with more than just one solo part and his last orchestral work ever. The soloists are violinist Veronika Eberle, who has long since matured from a child prodigy to a masterful artist, and cellist Steven Isserlis, now a celebrated old master of his craft.

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