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Das Philharmonische Tagebuch

Sun, 24. October 2010



Opening of the Milton und Roslyn Wolf Park

On August 17, 2010 at the Arenberg Palace in Salzburg, the home of the Salzburg Foundation of the American Austrian Foundation, which has worked closely together with the Vienna Philharmonic for many years, the "Milton und Roslyn Wolf Park", so named in honour of the former US Ambassador to Austria, Dr. Milton Wolf and his wife Roslyn, was officially opened.

The speaker was the former Austrian Federal Chancellor Dr. Wolfgang Schlüssel, and the musical program for the ceremony was provided by Rainer Honeck, Christoph Koncz (Violin, Vienna State Opera Orchestra) Tobias Lea, Stephan Koncz (Violoncello, Vienna State Opera Orchestra) and Levi Hammer (Piano), who performed the "Vogelquartett" of Joseph Haydn, the garden scene from the Suite "Viel Lärm um nichts" for Violin and Piano, op. 11, as well as "Löwenzähnchen an Bachesrand", Concert Waltz from "Minimax" for String Quartet by Paul Hindemith.



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