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  • Conductor

    Omer Meir Wellber

    Omer Meir Wellber has established himself as one of today’s leading conductors of operatic and orchestral repertoire alike. He currently divides his time up between his positions of Chief Conductor of the BBC Philharmonic, Music Director of the…

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  • Percussion

    Jörg Hannabach

    Jörg Hannabach received his training from Arnold Riedhammer at Munich's Richard Strauss Conservatory and at the Academy of Music in Frankfurt, where he graduated with an Artist's Diploma. In 1992 he bercame a member of the State Philharmonic of the…

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  • Percussion

    Michael Leopold

    Michael Leopold studied percussion under Prof Peter Sadlo at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich. In 2007 he won first prize at the national “Jugend musiziert” competition and in 2009 he received the cultural advancement award of his home…

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  • Percussion

    Sebastian Förschl

    Percussionist Sebastian Förschl was educated at the Academy of Music and Theatre in Munich, where he studied with Peter Sadlo and Franz Bach. In the summer of 2009 he passed the diploma examination and moved on to the master class. Sebastian Förschl…

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  • Percussion

    Mathias Lachenmayr

    Mathias Lachenmayr studierte in München mit Adel Shalaby, Peter Sadlo, Wolfram Winkel und Markus Bellheim. Schon während seiner Studienzeit spezialisierte er sich auf zeitgenössische Musik. Er war bereits auf Festivals und Konzertreihen wie Cresc…

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  • Robert Schumann

    Robert Schumann, born on June 8th 1810 in Zwickau, actually wanted to become a pianist, but had to give up this plan because of a hand injury caused by excessive practicing. Until 1840, he exclusively composed works for piano and art songs, before…

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    "Manfred" Overture to Lord Byron´s eponymous play, Opus 115

    "Manfred" Overture to Lord Byron´s eponymous play, Opus 115

    Robert Schumann wanted his "Manfred" regarded as a "dramatic poem with music" and not as an "opera, play with music or melodrama". Immediately following his opera "Genoveva", Schumann promptly set out to realize his new ideas in the summer of 1848.…

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  • Manfred Trojahn

    Manfred Trojahn, born in 1949 in Cremlingen near Braunschweig, ranks as one of the most renowned composers of his generation. After studies with, among others, Diether de la Motte, György Ligeti and Albert Bittner, Manfred Trojahn´s first orchestral…

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    "En plein jour - Minotauromachie" for Percussion and Orchestra, Premiere and comissioned work

  • Intermission

  • 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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    "Manfred" Symphony in B minor, Opus 58

    "Manfred" Symphony in B minor, Opus 58

    Tchaikovsky, whom the very darkest night of human existence inspired to music, suffered lifelong from the conflict of the incompatibility of his own artistic nature with the ignorance, intolerance and spiritual frigidity all around him. He must have…

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  • Conductor

    Omer Meir Wellber

    Omer Meir Wellber has established himself as one of today’s leading conductors of operatic and orchestral repertoire alike. He currently divides his time up between his positions of Chief Conductor of the BBC Philharmonic, Music Director of the…

    more

  • Percussion

    Jörg Hannabach

    Jörg Hannabach received his training from Arnold Riedhammer at Munich's Richard Strauss Conservatory and at the Academy of Music in Frankfurt, where he graduated with an Artist's Diploma. In 1992 he bercame a member of the State Philharmonic of the…

    more

  • Percussion

    Michael Leopold

    Michael Leopold studied percussion under Prof Peter Sadlo at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich. In 2007 he won first prize at the national “Jugend musiziert” competition and in 2009 he received the cultural advancement award of his home…

    more

  • Percussion

    Sebastian Förschl

    Percussionist Sebastian Förschl was educated at the Academy of Music and Theatre in Munich, where he studied with Peter Sadlo and Franz Bach. In the summer of 2009 he passed the diploma examination and moved on to the master class. Sebastian Förschl…

    more

  • Percussion

    Mathias Lachenmayr

    Mathias Lachenmayr studierte in München mit Adel Shalaby, Peter Sadlo, Wolfram Winkel und Markus Bellheim. Schon während seiner Studienzeit spezialisierte er sich auf zeitgenössische Musik. Er war bereits auf Festivals und Konzertreihen wie Cresc…

    more

  • Robert Schumann

    Robert Schumann, born on June 8th 1810 in Zwickau, actually wanted to become a pianist, but had to give up this plan because of a hand injury caused by excessive practicing. Until 1840, he exclusively composed works for piano and art songs, before…

    more

    "Manfred" Overture to Lord Byron´s eponymous play, Opus 115

    Robert Schumann wanted his "Manfred" regarded as a "dramatic poem with music" and not as an "opera, play with music or melodrama". Immediately following his opera "Genoveva", Schumann promptly set out to realize his new ideas in the summer of 1848.…

    more

  • Manfred Trojahn

    Manfred Trojahn, born in 1949 in Cremlingen near Braunschweig, ranks as one of the most renowned composers of his generation. After studies with, among others, Diether de la Motte, György Ligeti and Albert Bittner, Manfred Trojahn´s first orchestral…

    more

    "En plein jour - Minotauromachie" for Percussion and Orchestra, Premiere and comissioned work

  • Intermission

  • 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

    "Manfred" Symphony in B minor, Opus 58

    Tchaikovsky, whom the very darkest night of human existence inspired to music, suffered lifelong from the conflict of the incompatibility of his own artistic nature with the ignorance, intolerance and spiritual frigidity all around him. He must have…

    more

In Gedenken an den 2016 verstorbenen Sadlo, der im Alter von 20 Jahren Solo- Pauker der Münchner Philharmoniker wurde und später als Professor mit großer Leidenschaft eine ganze Generation des europäischen Schlagzeug-Nachwuchs prägte, komponierte Manfred Trojahn sein neues Werk »Achérōn« für Schlagzeug und Orchester. Seinen Vornamen teilt sich Trojahn mit dem faustischzerrissenen Helden aus dem gleichnamigen Versdrama von Lord Byron. Sowohl Robert Schumann als auch Peter Tschaikowsky fühlten sich von dem tragisch an sich selbst scheiternden Manfred angezogen und verarbeiteten den romantischen Stoff jeweils in einem wenig genre-konformen Orchesterwerk. Der israelische Dirigent Omer Meir Wellber steht am Pult dieser dreifachen Manfred-Gegenüberstellung.

Aus dispositorischen Gründen infolge einer verspäteten Fertigstellung von Manfred Trojahns neuem Werk »Achérōn« muss Simone Rubino leider von der Mitwirkung in diesem Konzertprojekt zurücktreten. Wir danken den Schlagzeugern der Münchner Philharmoniker und Mathias Lachenmayr für die Übernahme der vier Solopartien. Das Programm bleibt unverändert. Die Münchner Philharmoniker bemühen sich um ein Alternativprojekt mit Simone Rubino in einer späteren Spielzeit.

Dieses Konzertprogramm wird von BR Klassik mitgeschnitten. 

Duration of concert: about 2 h

Design: Frank Fienbork & Nicole Elsenbach

Das Plakatmotiv illustriert das Konzert-Thema »Manfred«: Es zeigt die Fee, der der Protagonist der Geschichte im zweiten Satz im Wald an einem Wasserfall begegnet. Ein Schädel, der Mond und die gedeckte Farbigkeit der Collage aus altertümlichen Stichen runden die gespenstische Atmosphäre ab.

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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