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The Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert 2010 will be conducted for the second time by the French conductor Georges Prêtre.
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As previously announced in February 2008, the Vienna Philharmonic enters into a multi-year worldwide exclusive partnership with Rolex, the largest independent watch-making enterprise in the world and leading brand in the luxury items sector, beginning November 1, 2008.
Among contemporary music there may not be too many perennial favourites, but the Pandemonium for Chansonnier and Orchestra 'Frankenstein!!', by the Austrian composer HK Gruber is one of them.
General Music Director Horst Stein died in Vandoeuvres, in the province of Geneva, Switzerland at the age of 80 on July 27, 2008.
Seventy young people from seven different countries delved into the worlds of Mozart's Magic Flute and Belá Bartók at the Arenberg Palace in Salzburg.
The Vienna Philharmonic performed an open air concert with free admission in the unique ambience of the grounds of Schönbrunn Palace on Tuesday, June 3, 2008.
The production of the Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert 2008 with Georges Prêtre has been awarded Double-Platinum for the album and Gold for the DVD in Austria.
Herbert von Karajan's baton, in addition to previously unpublished letters, photographs and other artefacts are currently on display at the Vienna Philharmonic Museum in Vienna's Haus der Musik.
After the cancellation of Mariss Jansons for health reasons, Semyon Bychkov will take over the direction of concerts featuring the monumental Third Symphony of the former director of the Vienna Court Opera, Gustav Mahler in May 2008.
Riccardo Muti, who has enjoyed a close and long-standing relationship with the Vienna Philharmonic, will conduct six concerts with the orchestra in April 2008 in Vienna, Cologne and Paris.