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Bartók
Tschaikowsky
Kodály

Isarphilharmonie

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  • Conductor

    Joana Mallwitz

    Since her acclaimed debut at the Salzburg Festival 2020 with Mozart’s “Così fan tutte”, Joana Mallwitz has been one of the outstanding conductors of her generation. She was appointed General Music Director at the Staatstheater Nuremberg in 2018 and…

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  • Piano

    Anna Vinnitskaya

    Whoever witnesses Anna Vinnitskaya in concert is inevitably enthralled by the aura of this artist. Audiences and critics alike celebrate her ability to paint grand canvases, aside from sparking spectacular fireworks. Her technical splendor is not a…

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  • Béla Bartók

    The source from which Hungarian composer Béla Bartók drew his musical language was south-eastern European folklore, which he collected and studied along with Zoltán Kodály. On the basis of this folklore, Bartók developed a Hungarian idiom of modern…

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    Suite from »A Csodálatos Mandarin« (The Miraculous Mandarin), Opus 19

    Suite from »A Csodálatos Mandarin« (The Miraculous Mandarin), Opus 19

    Béla Bartók´s "The Miraculous Mandarin" caused such a furore at its 1926 première in Cologne that it was removed from the repertoire on orders of the Lord Mayor of the city at the time, Konrad Adenauer. He was less bothered by the dissonant and…

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  • Peter I. Tschaikowsky

    "I consider you the greatest musical talent in present-day Russia", Russian music critic Hermann Laroche is said to have told Peter I. Tschaikowsky (born on April 25th 1840 in Votkinsk). And indeed, with his emotion-laden, voluptuous music, the…

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    Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1 in B-flat minor, Opus 23

    Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1 in B-flat minor, Opus 23

    Calling it worthless, unplayable, trivial and vulgar, pianist Nikolai Rubinstein rejected Pyotr Ilyitch Tchaikovsky´s First Piano Concerto. Composing it in 1874 had been a harrowing task for Tchaikovsky. Rubinstein demanded a total revision, which…

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  • Intermission

  • Zoltán Kodály

    Zoltán Kodály was born on December 16, 1882 as son of a railroad official in Kecskemét, Hungary and spent his youth in various Hungarian villages, where he became familiar with Hungarian folk music. His father played the violin, his mother played the…

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    »Háry János« Suite

  • Conductor

    Joana Mallwitz

    Since her acclaimed debut at the Salzburg Festival 2020 with Mozart’s “Così fan tutte”, Joana Mallwitz has been one of the outstanding conductors of her generation. She was appointed General Music Director at the Staatstheater Nuremberg in 2018 and…

    more

  • Piano

    Anna Vinnitskaya

    Whoever witnesses Anna Vinnitskaya in concert is inevitably enthralled by the aura of this artist. Audiences and critics alike celebrate her ability to paint grand canvases, aside from sparking spectacular fireworks. Her technical splendor is not a…

    more

  • Béla Bartók

    The source from which Hungarian composer Béla Bartók drew his musical language was south-eastern European folklore, which he collected and studied along with Zoltán Kodály. On the basis of this folklore, Bartók developed a Hungarian idiom of modern…

    more

    Suite from »A Csodálatos Mandarin« (The Miraculous Mandarin), Opus 19

    Béla Bartók´s "The Miraculous Mandarin" caused such a furore at its 1926 première in Cologne that it was removed from the repertoire on orders of the Lord Mayor of the city at the time, Konrad Adenauer. He was less bothered by the dissonant and…

    more

  • Peter I. Tschaikowsky

    "I consider you the greatest musical talent in present-day Russia", Russian music critic Hermann Laroche is said to have told Peter I. Tschaikowsky (born on April 25th 1840 in Votkinsk). And indeed, with his emotion-laden, voluptuous music, the…

    more

    Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1 in B-flat minor, Opus 23

    Calling it worthless, unplayable, trivial and vulgar, pianist Nikolai Rubinstein rejected Pyotr Ilyitch Tchaikovsky´s First Piano Concerto. Composing it in 1874 had been a harrowing task for Tchaikovsky. Rubinstein demanded a total revision, which…

    more

  • Intermission

  • Zoltán Kodály

    Zoltán Kodály was born on December 16, 1882 as son of a railroad official in Kecskemét, Hungary and spent his youth in various Hungarian villages, where he became familiar with Hungarian folk music. His father played the violin, his mother played the…

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    »Háry János« Suite

Duration of concert: about 2 hours

credit Nikolaj Lund

Directions

The Isarphilharmonie is located on the terrain of the »Gasteig HP8«. Please use public transportation if possible, as there is limited parking available.

Isarphilharmonie
Hans-Preißinger-Straße 8, 81379 München

  • Arrival by subway:
    U3: Station Brudermühlstraße, walking distance 350m or bus 54/X30
    U1: Station Candidplatz, bus 54/X30 or shuttle to Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8

  • Arrival by bus:
    Bus 54: Station Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8
    Bus X30: Station Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8

  • Arrival by car:
    Blumengroßmarkt, Lagerhausstraße 5: Shuttle to Schäftlarnstraße/Gasteig HP8

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