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Isarphilharmonie

  • Conductor & Soprano

    Barbara Hannigan

    Embodying music with an unparalleled dramatic sensibility, soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan is an artist at the forefront of creation. Her artistic colleagues include John Zorn, Krszysztof Warlikowski, Simon Rattle, Sasha Waltz, Kent Nagano,…

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  • Soprano

    Aphrodite Patoulidou

    Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Aphrodite Patoulidou is one of the most interesting rising stars of today. A celebrated soprano, Aphrodite is also a songwriter and photographer. She is also passionate about painting and poetry.

    As a soprano, Aphrodite…

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  • Charles Ives

    Born in Danbury, Connecticut on October 20, 1874, Charles Ives pursued what is perhaps one of the most extraordinary and paradoxical careers in American music history. Businessman by day and composer by night, Ives´s vast output has gradually brought…

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    "The Unanswered Question"

  • Ruth Crawford Seeger

    Ruth Crawford Seeger was born in 1901 and was a U.S. composer and folk music researcher. She studied with musicologist and composer Charles Seeger, whom she later married. With her husband, she devoted much of her time to collecting, arranging, and…

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    Andante for String Orchestra

  • Charles Ives

    Born in Danbury, Connecticut on October 20, 1874, Charles Ives pursued what is perhaps one of the most extraordinary and paradoxical careers in American music history. Businessman by day and composer by night, Ives´s vast output has gradually brought…

    more

    "Three Places in New England"

    "Three Places in New England"

    In his most famous orchestral work, entitled "Three Places in New England", Charles Ives created three musical scenes from his New England home turf. In the first part, he sets the scene around the monument "St. Gaudens" in a downtown Boston park…

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  • Intermission

  • Traditional

    "Outborn", isländisches Volkslied (arrangiert von Aphrodite Patoulidou und Barbara Hannigan)

  • Claude Vivier

    Claude Vivier, born in Montréal in 1948 and died in Paris in 1983, is considered one of the most important Canadian composers of the 20th century. He studied at the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal, at the Institute for Sonology at the University…

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    "Lonely Child" for Soprano and Chamber Orchestra

  • Joseph Haydn

    "Since Haydn, a symphony is no longer a mere source of fun, but rather a matter of life or death," said Johannes Brahms paying homage to the musical accomplishments of Franz Joseph Haydn, who created trail-blazing works in almost every genre. …

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    Symphony No. 44 in E minor Hob. I:44 "Trauer" ("Mourning")

  • Conductor & Soprano

    Barbara Hannigan

    Embodying music with an unparalleled dramatic sensibility, soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan is an artist at the forefront of creation. Her artistic colleagues include John Zorn, Krszysztof Warlikowski, Simon Rattle, Sasha Waltz, Kent Nagano,…

    more

  • Soprano

    Aphrodite Patoulidou

    Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Aphrodite Patoulidou is one of the most interesting rising stars of today. A celebrated soprano, Aphrodite is also a songwriter and photographer. She is also passionate about painting and poetry.

    As a soprano, Aphrodite…

    more

  • Charles Ives

    Born in Danbury, Connecticut on October 20, 1874, Charles Ives pursued what is perhaps one of the most extraordinary and paradoxical careers in American music history. Businessman by day and composer by night, Ives´s vast output has gradually brought…

    more

    "The Unanswered Question"

  • Ruth Crawford Seeger

    Ruth Crawford Seeger was born in 1901 and was a U.S. composer and folk music researcher. She studied with musicologist and composer Charles Seeger, whom she later married. With her husband, she devoted much of her time to collecting, arranging, and…

    more

    Andante for String Orchestra

  • Charles Ives

    Born in Danbury, Connecticut on October 20, 1874, Charles Ives pursued what is perhaps one of the most extraordinary and paradoxical careers in American music history. Businessman by day and composer by night, Ives´s vast output has gradually brought…

    more

    "Three Places in New England"

    In his most famous orchestral work, entitled "Three Places in New England", Charles Ives created three musical scenes from his New England home turf. In the first part, he sets the scene around the monument "St. Gaudens" in a downtown Boston park…

    more

  • Intermission

  • Traditional

    "Outborn", isländisches Volkslied (arrangiert von Aphrodite Patoulidou und Barbara Hannigan)

  • Claude Vivier

    Claude Vivier, born in Montréal in 1948 and died in Paris in 1983, is considered one of the most important Canadian composers of the 20th century. He studied at the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal, at the Institute for Sonology at the University…

    more

    "Lonely Child" for Soprano and Chamber Orchestra

  • Joseph Haydn

    "Since Haydn, a symphony is no longer a mere source of fun, but rather a matter of life or death," said Johannes Brahms paying homage to the musical accomplishments of Franz Joseph Haydn, who created trail-blazing works in almost every genre. …

    more

    Symphony No. 44 in E minor Hob. I:44 "Trauer" ("Mourning")

Duration of concert: about 2 hours

credit Marco Borggreve

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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