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The French President Nicolas Sarkozy has nominated Georges Prêtre for the highest decoration in the French Legion of Honor.
The traditional benefit concert for the CS Hospiz Rennweg took place on October 8, 2009, in the Mozartsaal of the Vienna Konzerthaus.
In 1869, the Austro-Hungarian Empire was one of the first powers in Europe to establish diplomatic relations with Japan.
On October 8, 2009, at a special business meeting, Dr. Mario Karwan was elected to the position of treasurer.
"Zu Gast bei den Wiener Philharmonikern" - Dr. Walter Dobner and Philipp Horak's portrayal of 23 members of our orchestra with a forward by Riccardo Muti, was presented on August 28, 2009 in Salzburg.
At the Philharmonic general business meeting on August 5, 2009, in Salzburg, five musicians who had begun their service with the Vienna State Opera Orchestra on September 1, 2006 were granted membership in the Association of the Vienna Philharmonic.
In the Philharmonic general business meeting on June 15, 2009, committee menbers without portfolio and internal auditors were elected.
An Arenberg Gala Concert took place on August 24, 2009, in the Schüttkasten in Salzburg to benefit the American Austrian Foundation located in Schloss Arenberg.
As is customary, numerous youth activities took place this past summer under the patronage and organization of the Vienna Philharmonic.
Keiko Manabe, the artistic advisor of Suntory Hall, who served at an earlier time as translator and assistant for Karl Böhm and Herbert von Karajan in Japan, was awarded the Honorary Gold Medal of Service to the Republic of Austria.
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.
Daniel Ottensamer, since September 1, 2009 first clarinettist with the Vienna State Opera Orchestra, won the third prize in the renowned "International Carl Nielsen Clarinet Competition" in Odense.
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.