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Michael Barenboim, the soloist for the 5th Philharmonic Soirée, was born in Paris on September 21, 1985 and received his first violin lessons in Berlin from Abraham Jaffe at the age of seven and as of 2000 from Axel Wilczok, concertmaster of the Staatskapelle Berlin.
On May 19, 2012 at the 9th concert of the Vienna Philharmonic Chamber Music Series in the Vienna State Opera, Igor Stravinsky's "L’Histoire du soldat " was performed.
On May 6, 2012, the Vienna State Opera Orchestra / Vienna Philharmonic was named Honorary Member of the Vienna State Opera, being the very first time in the history of the "House on the Ring" that a collective group had been thus honoured.
The Vienna Philharmonic took part in a benefit concert for the William J. Clinton Foundation on May 18, 2012, in the Burgtheater.
The trilogy of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's last symphonies (E-flat major, KV 543; G minor, KV 550 and C major ("Jupiter"), KV 551) were not only performed for the program conducted by Daniel Barenboim for the Vienna Festival Weeks concerts on May 13, 2012, but were also played again on May 15th in Prague and May 16th in Dresden.
For the occasion of the bicentennial of the Society of Friends of Music in Vienna, the program consisted of works which are closely associated with the history of this institution.
In the 8th concert of the Vienna Philharmonic Chamber Music Series which took place in the Vienna State Opera on April 14, 2012, the entire Philharmonic percussion section was featured.
On April 28, 2012, Dr. Melitta Schubert, the Austrian Ambassador in Greece, gave a "Charity Musical Dinner"
The Vienna Philharmonic performed several concerts in Vienna and on tour with Sir Antonio Pappano and Christian Thielemann.
On April 19, 2012, Professor Adolf Holler, a long-time first trumpeter with the Vienna Philharmonic, died at the age of 83.