Programme & Tickets – Highlights – Classical
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Julia Fischer © Felix Broede (Ausschnitt)

Wiener Symphoniker / Julia Fischer / Jordan

Sunday, 19. November 2017, 11.00 AM

Thomas Hengelbrock © Pressebild.de/Bertold Fabricius

Balthasar-Neumann-Chor und -Ensemble / Hengelbrock «Monteverdi: Marian Vespers»

Thomas Hengelbrock and his Balthasar-Neumann Ensemble, which he founded in 1995, stand for «the perfect sound», particularly when it comes to early music. For their pre-Christmas performance in the Wiener Konzerthaus, the conductor and his magnificent ensemble are bringing with them Monteverdi's «Vespro della Beate Virgine». The work by Monteverdi, who was born 450 years ago in 2017, marks a turning point in the history of European music.

Tuesday, 05. December 2017, 07.30 PM

Peter Guth © Richard Schuster (Ausschnitt)

New Year's Concerts: Strauss Festival Orchester Wien

Peter Guth and the Strauss Festival Orchestra will take you to turn-of-the-century Vienna with their heart and soul, focussing on commissioned and dedicated compositions by the Strauss family. Even the legendary Kings of Waltz knew: «It's all about dedication!»

Thursday, 28. December 2017, 07.30 PM
Friday, 29. December 2017, 07.30 PM
Monday, 01. January 2018, 11.00 AM

Philippe Jordan © Martina Draper

New Year's Concerts: Wiener Symphoniker / Jordan «Beethoven: Symphony Nr. 9»

The New Year's sky has had one particularly bright star ever since 1975/76: since then, Beethoven's «Ode to Joy» has filled the Wiener Konzerthaus's Great Hall every New Year’s Eve. It is a worthy conclusion to the old year almost like no other. Listen to the opulent work conducted by principal conductor Philippe Jordan this year.

Saturday, 30. December 2017, 08.00 PM
Sunday, 31. December 2017, 07.00 PM
Monday, 01. January 2018, 08.00 PM

Tasto solo © Daniel de Labra (Ausschnitt)

Thursday, 25. January 2018, 07.30 PM

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