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Recent Activities

Workshop Concerts with Presenter for Small Groups

Live music is a precious gift in these times, and the pupils at the last passwort:klassik workshop were very much aware of this. "Workshop concerts with presenter for small groups" is what we called the project that took the place of the originally planned visit to the the Musikverein to watch the Vienna Philharmonic's dress rehearsal for Edward Elgar's violin concerto.

Instead, the first violinist of the Vienna Philharmonic, Katharina Engelbrecht, partnered by Maximilian Flieder on the piano, played a programme of chamber music with works by Ludwig van Beethoven and Edward Elgar. The pupils were presented with tasks that encouraged them to listen attentively. They had the opportunity of chatting with the musicians and of singing and playing together.

Workshop Concerts for Small Groups

Live music is a precious gift in these times, and the pupils at the last passwort:klassik workshop were very much aware of this.


 

The One and Only # Beethoven

On 19 February 2020, passwort:klassik presented the second chamber music concert marking Ludwig van Beethoven's anniversary year. In the MuTh, the concert hall of the Vienna Boys' Choir, the young audience heard, among others, the Piano Trio Op. 1 No.1, excerpts from the Spring Sonata, the Cello Sonata No. 3 and a contemporary work for piano by the composer Thomas Wally. Seven young presenters skilfully guided the audience through the varied programme, and pictures of nature drawn by visitors provided a backdrop to a Beethoven, strolling though the countryside lost in thought. A sign language choir consisting of 20 young people touched the audience during the grand finale – the "Ode to Joy", sung and played in a joint choir by all participants.

Chamber music is not among the more accessible kinds of music for youngsters. I liked the way it was presented here – in small chunks, wrapped in stories and with a backdrop of (wonderful!) images of nature. So while the pupils may not always have attentively listened to the music, they will still have taken away a great deal and were familiarized with a kind of music they otherwise hardly ever get to hear.

The One and Only # Beethoven

On 19 February 2020, passwort:klassik presented the second chamber music concert marking Ludwig van Beethoven's anniversary year.


 

Musical Concert Introduction "Scheherezades and Sultans"

The Musical Concert Introduction before the 6th subscription concert led the audience into the fantastic world of "A Thousand and One Nights" and provided glimpses of Nicolai Rimski-Korsakov's tone poem Scheherazade

Three musicians from the Vienna Philharmonic (Petra Kovačič -violin, Andrea Götsch - clarinet,  Benedikt Dinkhauser – bassoon) and pianist Johannes Piirto performed in chamber music formation themes and motives from this engaging composition. During several weeks of advance preparation, students of the Private High School Friesgasse and the Kollegium Kalksburg worked together with stage director Catherine Schumann to develop fanciful and humorous scenes that transported the background story to the modern day and recounted the adventures of Sindbad the Sailor and the love story of Princess Nur. The large audience in the Glass Hall of the Vienna Musikverein rewarded all participants with enthusiastic applause.

Scheherezades and Sultans

The Musical Concert Introduction before the 6th subscription concert led the audience into the fantastic world of "A Thousand and One Nights".


 

Beethoven packt aus!

Pünktlich am 16. Dezember 2019, dem Start des Jubiläumsjahres Beethoven 2020, ging das Musikvermittlungsprojekt "Beethoven packt aus" für über achthundert Volksschulkinder im MuTh, dem Konzertsaals der Wiener Sängerknaben, gleich zweimal über die Bühne. Im Zentrum des inszenierten Konzerts stand das Septett op. 20 von Ludwig van Beethoven, das die Mitglieder der Wiener Philharmoniker lustvoll und virtuos für ein aufmerksames junges Publikums spielten. Bilder, Requisiten und vor allem der Schauspieler Nikolaus Barton in der Rolle des Komponisten ließen die Kinder miterleben, wie untrennbar für Beethoven Musik und Leben voneinander waren. Es folgen im Februar und Mai 2020 die Konzerte Allein und einzig # Beethoven.

Die Mischung von Zuhören, Mitmachen, Information und Genuss ist stimmig und ist auch für junge Schüler ein Erlebnis. Ein herzliches DANKE, auch an die sieben Wiener Philharmoniker, die ganz unkompliziert klassische Musik vermitteln und erst gar keine Hemmschwellen gegenüber „ernster Musik“ aufkommen lassen. (Bettina Horvath, Lehrerin)

Beethoven packt aus!

Pünktlich zum Start des Jubiläumsjahres Beethoven 2020, ging das Musikvermittlungsprojekt "Beethoven packt aus" für über achthundert Volksschulkinder gleich zweimal über die Bühne.

 

 





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