Programme & Tickets – Highlights – Classical
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ThursdayTHU 27 April 2017
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TuesdayTUE 2 May 2017
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ThursdayTHU 4 May 2017
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FridayFRI 5 May 2017
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SundaySUN 7 May 2017
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TuesdayTUE 9 May 2017
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ThursdayTHU 11 May 2017
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FridayFRI 12 May 2017
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SaturdaySAT 13 May 2017
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SundaySUN 14 May 2017
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TuesdayTUE 16 May 2017
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ThursdayTHU 18 May 2017
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SaturdaySAT 20 May 2017
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MondayMON 22 May 2017
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TuesdayTUE 23 May 2017
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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

Jukka-Pekka Saraste © Thomas Kost / WDR

Wiener Symphoniker / Gabetta / Saraste

Sunday, 07. May 2017, 08.00 PM

Pierre Boulez © www.lukasbeck.com (Ausschnitt)

Webern Kammerphilharmonie / Pironkoff

Tuesday, 09. May 2017, 07.30 PM

Joshua Bell © Richard Ashcroft

Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Bell / Harding

Bell feels an allegiance to the Franco-Belgian school of violin-playing. After all, he studied with a pupil of Ysaÿe, Josef Gingold. Fittingly, he will perform Chausson’s expressive musical portrait, «Poème», which was composed for Eugène Ysaÿe in 1896. And as Bell also admits that «Ravel is one of my favourite composer», he will also perform the Frenchman’s brilliant concert rhapsody «Tzigane» dating from 1924.

Thursday, 18. May 2017, 07.30 PM

Quatuor Mosaïques © Wolfgang Krautzer

Quatuor Mosaïques

Thursday, 18. May 2017, 07.30 PM

Johannes Dickbauer © Julia Wesely (Ausschnitt)

Carte blanche Johannes Dickbauer «All the way across»

Saturday, 20. May 2017, 07.30 PM

Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari © Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung, Wiesbaden (Ausschnitt)

Cameron Carpenter «Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari»

Saturday, 20. May 2017, 07.30 PM

Pierre-Laurent Aimard und Tamara Stefanovich © Neda Navaee

Pierre-Laurent Aimard / Tamara Stefanovic

Monday, 29. May 2017, 07.30 PM

Emmanuel Pahud © Josef Fischnaller (Ausschnitt)

ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien / Pahud / Brönnimann

Thursday, 01. June 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