Programme & Tickets – Highlights – Classical
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MondayMON 29 May 2017
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TuesdayTUE 30 May 2017
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WednesdayWED 31 May 2017
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ThursdayTHU 1 June 2017
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SaturdaySAT 3 June 2017
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TuesdayTUE 6 June 2017
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WednesdayWED 7 June 2017
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FridayFRI 9 June 2017
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SundaySUN 11 June 2017
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MondayMON 12 June 2017
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ThursdayTHU 15 June 2017
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TuesdayTUE 20 June 2017
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WednesdayWED 21 June 2017
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ThursdayTHU 22 June 2017
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FridayFRI 23 June 2017
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WednesdayWED 13 September 2017
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WednesdayWED 25 October 2017

Pierre-Laurent Aimard und Tamara Stefanovich © Neda Navaee

Pierre-Laurent Aimard / Tamara Stefanovic

Monday, 29. May 2017, 07.30 PM

Emmanuel Pahud © Josef Fischnaller/Warner Classics (Ausschnitt)

Wednesday, 31. May 2017, 07.30 PM

Bernard Labadie © François Rivard (Ausschnitt)

Wiener KammerOrchester / Labadie «Mozart: Requiem»

Teodor Currentzis' extravagant style has turned the instrumental ensemble MusicAeterna into an international bestseller. But perhaps even more in demand is the choir of the same name. Whether it’s the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Freiburg Baroque Orchestra or Le Poème Harmonique – everyone is falling over themselves to perform with the superb singer collective headed by Vitaly Polonsky. The MusicAeterna Choir will make its long-awatied debut in the Wiener Konzerthaus with Mozart's Requiem and other works.

Monday, 12. June 2017, 07.30 PM
Tuesday, 13. June 2017, 07.30 PM

Rudolf Buchbinder © Marco Borggreve

Piano recital Rudolf Buchbinder

Rudolf Buchbinder's recital will bring the series, «Klavier im Großen Saal», to an end with a flourish. And he will perform Beethoven's last great piano work, the «Diabelli-Variations», a work that has accompanied the star pianist all his life. He will perform it alongside Schubert's C-Minor Variation, also on a theme by Diabelli.

Tuesday, 20. June 2017, 07.30 PM

Anja Harteros © Marco Borggreve (Ausschnitt)

Recital Anja Harteros

Paris, Dresden, Salzburg – the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Royal Opera House Covent Garden or La Scala in Milan: the Greek-German soprano Anja Harteros is at home in all of the world’s great opera houses. But in addition to her love for opera, Anja Harteros also burns with a passion for the more intimate — and less high-profile — genre of Lied. An entire universe in just three minutes – that is what makes the Art Songs of Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann so fascinating for musicians and audiences alike.

Wednesday, 21. June 2017, 07.30 PM

François-Xavier Roth © Marco Borggreve (Ausschnitt)

Wiener Symphoniker / Rachlin / Roth

Wednesday, 25. October 2017, 07.30 PM