Wednesday, 25_04_2018 10 a.m. | Philharmonie im Gasteig | ÖG | SFK 25-04-18
Wednesday, 25_04_2018 8 p.m. | Philharmonie im Gasteig | 5. Abo a | EV 25-04-18
Thursday, 26_04_2018 8 p.m. | Philharmonie im Gasteig | 3. Abo g4 | EV 26-04-18
Friday, 27_04_2018 8 p.m. | Philharmonie im Gasteig | 6. Abo f | EV 27-04-18

Max Bruch

Nowadays, Max Bruch is known almost exclusively for his often performed First Violin Concerto, when in fact Max Bruch has left behind an extremely comprehensive œuvre, including three symphonies, three violin concerti, large-scale oratorios,...  more

Concerto for two pianos and orchestra, Opus 88a

Intermission

Franz Schubert

With the compositions of Franz Schubert, a new sound entered music history: a cantabile tenderness, which, time and again, completely unexpectedly shifts into an evocation of dark depression and fateful, inescapable catastrophe. These abrupt mood...  more

Symphony No. 8 in C major D. 944 ("The Great")

Three composers were involved in the late success of Schubert´s Ninth Symphony: firstly, of course, its creator himself, who had composed the work between the summer of 1825 and the spring of 1826, but when the work was scheduled performance in 1827,...

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Semyon Bychkov, conductor

Born in St. Petersburg in 1952, Bychkov studied at the Glinka Choir School and later at the Leningrad Conservatory as a pupil of the legendary Ilya Musin. Aged 20, he won the Rachmaninov Conducting Competition but was denied the prize of conducting...  more

Katia und Marielle Labèque, piano

Katia and Marielle Labèque are sibling pianists renowned for their ensemble of synchronicity and energy. Their musical ambitions started at an early age and they rose to international fame with their contemporary rendition of Gershwin's Rhapsody in...  more