Design: Frank Fienbork & Nicole Elsenbach

Gustav Mahler wirft in seiner »Symphonie Nr. 4 G-Dur« einen skeptischen Blick auf die »Welt als Jetztzeit« und thematisiert in einen kindlichen, verklärten Blick auf eine jenseitige, scheinbar bessere Welt. Doch auch das himmlische Glück ist laut Mahler eine Täuschung.
  • Saturday, 13.05.2023, 7 p.m., Abo d Save date
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  • Dmitrij Schostakowitsch

    Russian composer Dmitrij Schostakowitsch, born on September 25th 1906 in St. Petersburg, was in a difficult artistic position. He was severely restricted in his artistic freedom by the severe strictures of the Soviet Union's cultural ideologues and…

    Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Opus 54 (1939)

  • Intermission

  • Gustav Mahler

    Military music and trumpet calls, the sounds of nature and cow bells, funeral march and wooden mallet – there is hardly any kind of music or any instrument missing from the symphonies of Gustav Mahler (born on July 7, 1860 in the Czech town of…

    Symphony No. 4 in G major

  • Tugan Sokhiev Conductor

    Internationally renowned conductor Tugan Sokhiev divides his time between the symphonic and lyric repertoire, guest conducting the most prestigious orchestras around the world.

    As Music Director of the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse from…

  • Christiane Karg Soprano

    Born in Feuchtwangen (Bavaria), soprano Christiane Karg studied at the Salzburg Mozarteum with Heiner Hopfner and in Wolfgang Holzmair's Lied class, and was awarded the Lilli Lehmann Medal for her master's degree in opera/musical theater. While still…

Duration concert: about 2 h