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Recent Activities

Belá Bartók for Young People

The moderated young people's concert in the Vienna Konzerthaus represented the culmination of the season. The Vienna Philharmonic and conductor Rafael Payare enthralled their young audience with Belá Bartóks Concerto for Orchestra. The surprise stars turned out to be the talented young and upcoming violinists Timea Bornemisza and Lorenz Steude - aged 10 and 11 years - who gave flawless performances of three of Bartók's duets.

I have to say that you are getting better and better! The teaching material and the teacher's workshop, as well as the concert itself, were great. My students and I particularly enjoyed the participatory activity, the live camera and the two young violinists. All of my students were very enthusiastic - rarely have I experienced such unanimity.

Belá Bartók for Young People

The Vienna Philharmonic and conductor Rafael Payare enthralled their young audience with Belá Bartók's
Concerto for Orchestra.


 

Musical Concert Introduction to the 9th Subscription Concert with Contemporary Music and Bruckner's Symphony No. 1

The Glass Hall in the Vienna Musikverein was filled to capacity before the Sunday Subscription Concert. Concertgoers and family members of the two participating school classes from the Albertgasse and Dominican High Schools were able to prepare themselves for the Vienna Philharmonic concert program and even had the chance to participate actively as part of a rhythm section.

The phenomenon "Time" spanned an arch extending from chamber music by Herbert Willi to the orchestral composition "Spiegel und Fluss" by Wolfgang Rihm and Anton Bruckner's First Symphony.

Members of the Vienna Philharmonic, who perform afterwards in the Golden Hall as part of the orchestra's concert, can every time be experienced close up during the Musical Concert Introductions, not only in performance but also in discussion. This time it was a string trio made up of Harald Krumpöck, Sebastian Führlinger und Primoz̆ Zalaznik, along with clarinetist Stefan Neubauer, who were not only involved in the development of the project with the students but also performed chamber music in the schools.

Musical Concert Introduction to the
9th Subscription Concert

The phenomenon "Time" spanned an arch extending from chamber music by Herbert Willi to Wolfgang Rihm and Anton Bruckner.


 

Cellist Sol Gabetta Inspires Young People

In the Golden Hall of the Vienna Musikverein, over 1400 young people from high schools and music schools in Vienna and Lower Austria were fascinated by the solo performance of cellist Sol Gabetta, accompanied by the Vienna Philharmonic. In a podium discussion, the congenial Maestro Sakari Oramo provided a spirited look into the profession of conductor while Sol Gabetta won the hearts of the students even before she performed any music on her cello. The introduction to the composition given by three young contemporaries was very well received before the piece as a whole was performed.

The students were well prepared for this performance of the Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra in E minor by Edward Elgar. Their professors had already received a substantial amount of introductory material at the passwort:klassik teachers' workshop.

My students and I enjoyed the concert very much. The orchestra's performance and the interviews were very well received by my class. They were all very impressed with the music. One student said that she never thought that she could ever like music like this. Another student got goose bumps when the entire orchestra played together. The entire class liked it so much and agreed that the concert was actually too short - they would have liked to hear more!

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Cellist Sol Gabetta Inspires Young People

Over 1400 young people from high schools and music schools in Vienna and Lower Austria were fascinated by the solo performance of cellist Sol Gabetta, accompanied by the Vienna Philharmonic.

 

 





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