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Whereas the second subscription concerts were followed with a performance in the Vienna Konzerthaus and a short concert tour, so the third subscription concerts, conducted by Christian Thielemann, were preceded by several concerts.
The second subscription concerts of the season, conducted by Georges Prêtre, were followed by five additional concerts with this French conductor.
The concert in Grafenegg served as a prelude for an all-encompassing European/Asian Tour taking place between September 6th and September 30th, consisting of some 16 concerts in eight cities located in five different countries.
On September 3, 2009, the Vienna Philharmonic made a guest appearance for the first time at the Music Festival Grafenegg.
The Vienna Philharmonic, in its 85th year of participation in the Salzburg Festival, played 25 opera performances and gave 11 concerts in the summer of 2009.
Under the baton of Daniel Harding, who was filling in on short notice due to the illness of the Vienna State Opera's Music Director, Seiji Ozawa, the Vienna Philharmonic performed several concerts in June 2009.
As part of a collaboration between the Vienna Philharmonic and the Konzerthaus for the furtherance of children and young people's interest in classical and modern music, an event with " passwort:klassik" took place on May 18, 2009, in the large hall of the Konzerthaus.
Daniele Gatti was the artistic director of a short tour which the orchestra played on May 14/15, 2009, in Cologne and Amsterdam, as well as for two Vienna Festival Concerts in the large hall of the Konzerthaus on May 17/18.
For the opening of this year's Vienna Festival Weeks on May 9/10, 2009, in the large hall of the Konzerthaus, the Vienna Philharmonic performed a program comprised exclusively of compositions by Joseph Haydn.
On April 22/26, 2009, two concerts for the Society of the Friends of Music took place for the occasion of the Spring Festivals and the Anniversary Season "150 Years Wiener Singverein".
Upon the occasion of the 13th annual festival "OsterKlang Wien" on April 4/5, 2009, in the Golden Hall of the Musikverein, the Vienna Philharmonic performed Joseph Haydn's instrumental version of "The Seven Last Words of Christ".
The program for the 5th Philharmonic Soirée, in which Christian Thielemann conducted Beethoven's Fourth and Third Symphonies, was repeated in Graz.
On February 19, 2009, the Vienna Philharmonic, along with Zubin Mehta began one of the longest tours, in regard to travelling distance, in its history. 50 years after the legendary world tour with Herbert von Karajan, the orchestra once again encircled the globe.
As part of the 54th Mozart Week of the International Mozarteum Foundation, the Vienna Philharmonic performed three times between January 24 and 31 in the Large Festival Hall in Salzburg.
On January 14, 2009, the Vienna Philharmonic travelled to the Canary Islands to make their third guest appearance there.
The year's Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert 2009 featured numerous premieres and a notable anniversary
On December 17 and 18, 2008, the Vienna Philharmonic participated in a particularly moving concert event. As a part of the 4th Philharmonic Soirée and a concert for the Society of Friends of Music, Alfred Brendel made his last public appearance.
On November 25, 2008, Christian Thielemann conducted Ludwig van Beethoven's 1st and 2nd Symphonies in the Vienna Konzerthaus, with Rainer Küchl playing the seldom performed Violin Concerto in D Minor, op. posthumous, by Robert Schumann between these two symphonies.