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Teodor Currentzis © Alexandra Muraveva

Utopia Kammermusikensemble / Currentzis

Saturday 10 June 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:30



Utopia Kammermusikensemble, Ensemble

Teodor Currentzis, Dirigent


Edison Denisov

Sonate für Klarinette

Francesco Filidei

Toccata (1995)

Giacinto Scelsi

Pranam II (1973)

Iannis Xenakis

Rebonds b (1987–1988)

Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst

Grand Caprice nach Schuberts »Der Erlkönig« op. 26 für Violine solo

Alexandre Knaifel

The chest (A silly horse. Fifteen Tales for a singer and a pianist Nr. 2) (1981)

Eugène Ysaÿe

Sonate-Ballade op. 27/3 für Violine solo (1924)

Franz Schubert

2. Satz: Adagio (Oktett F-Dur D 803) (1824)

André Jolivet

Aux funérailles du chef – pour obtenir la protection de son âme. Incantations (Cinq Incantations Nr. 5) (1936)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Prélude (Suite Nr. 1 G-Dur BWV 1007 für Violoncello solo) (1720 ca.)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Große Fuge B-Dur op. 133 für Streichquartett (1825)

Benjamin Britten

5. Satz: Hymn (St. Denis) (Suite C-Dur op. 83 für Harfe) (1969)

Marko Nikodijevic

gesualdo dub / raum mit gelöschter figur. Music for piano and ensemble (2012)

Festival 40. Internationales Musikfest

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Sonic Utopias

Teodor Currentzis' new project »Utopia« brings together soloists and concertmasters from orchestras all over the world to form an ensemble. It sees itself as a »unique creative community of like-minded people dedicated to the search for the best sound and the true spirit of the musical work«. »We are entering a more experimental field [...], renouncing the familiar and venturing into the new,« says Currentzis. The multinational ensemble made its Konzerthaus debut in October 2022. The works that the Utopia Chamber Music Ensemble will perform on 10 June are still a surprise, but you can certainly look forward to refreshingly new interpretations as well as maximum joy and musical passion; the framework will be a journey through music history into the 20th century with composers such as Benjamin Britten and Iannis Xenakis.


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