Friday, 08_03_2019 8 p.m. | Philharmonie im Gasteig | 3rd Subscription Concert e4 | with Introduction | Save date
Saturday, 09_03_2019 7 p.m. | Philharmonie im Gasteig | 4th Subscription Concert F | with Introduction | Save date

Change of program

Bitte beachten Sie die Programmänderung: Die beiden im Jahresprogramm angekündigten Werke  »Djamila Boupacha« von Luigi Nono und Arnold Schönbergs »Friede auf Erden« in der Version für Chor und kleines Orchester entfallen. Stattdessen wird Mozarts Requiem nicht im Fragment erklingen, sondern in der von F. X. Süßmayr vervollständigten Fassung.

Konzertdauer: ca. 1 ¾ Stunden

Arnold Schönberg

Arnold Schönberg was one of the most important musical personalities of the previous century. Starting out with a final surge of the late romantic music, he took a radical step away from what was then regarded as the crisis of tonality with his move...  more

"Friede auf Erden" (Peace on Earth) for Chorus a cappella, Opus 13

Schönberg´s most frequently performed choral work still stands completely under the spell of the late romantic era. His unusually tightly woven setting, with no inclination whatever toward transparency, represents an attempt to capture and even outdo...


Alban Berg

Along with Arnold Schönberg and Anton Webern, Viennese composer Alban Berg (born on February 9th 1885 in Vienna) was one of the main proponents of the "new music" before and after the First World War. Instructed in the twelve-tone technique by his...  more

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra "In Memory of an Angel"

No other work of the Second Viennese School enjoyed such widespread popularity among concert audiences as did Alban Berg´s Violin Concerto. Its warm emotion and intense expressiveness as well as its "catching" melodic structure, which does not detest...



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

With his symphonies, operas, concerti and chamber music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (born on January 27, 1756 in Salzburg) is today the most-performed composer of all times. While still a child, he was already an international celebrity: trotted out by...  more

Requiem in D minor, K 626


Barbara Hannigan, Conductor and Soprano

Embodying music with an unparalleled dramatic sensibility, soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan is an artist at the forefront of creation. Her artistic colleagues include directors and conductors such as Christoph Marthaler, Simon Rattle, Sasha...  more

Christian Tetzlaff, Violin

Christian Tetzlaff has been one of the most sought-after violinists and most exciting musicians on the classical music scene for many years. “The greatest performance of the work I’ve ever heard,” wrote Tim Ashley (The Guardian, May 2015) of his...  more

Elizabeth Karani, Soprano

Young English soprano Elizabeth Karani began her studies with Susan Roper at the Royal Northern College of Music and where she won the Elizabeth Harwood prize, the Dame Eva Turner Award and the Elsie Thurston Award. Elizabeth moved to London to study...  more

Tuuri Dede, Mezzo-Soprano

Tuuri Dede (born 1988) is a mezzo- soprano currently studying with Carola Guber in Leipzig. She earned her masters degree from Sibelus Academy in 2016 (with Annika Ollinkari), has previously graduated from Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (Teele...  more

Thomas Elwin, Tenor

Born in London, Tenor Thomas Elwin studied at the Royal Academy of Music. A former boy-chorister at St. Paul’s Cathedral, Thomas performed extensively as a treble soloist both in the UK and abroad, at venues including Tokyo Opera City, Barbican,...  more

Erik Rosenius, Bass

Erik Rosenius, bass, graduated from the University College of Opera, Stockholm spring 2017. Since 2014 he possesses a bachelor degree in classical singing from the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. He participated in the new commissioned opera Det...  more

Philharmonischer Chor München, Chorus Master: Andreas Herrmann

The Philharmonic Chorus of Munich is one of the leading large scale concert choruses in Germany and partner chorus of the Munich Philharmonic. Its repertoire ranges throughout the choral music of every period, from early polyphonic works all the way...  more