Tue, 21. April 2020

Gerd Kühr, Dirigent © Werner Kmetitsch
Gerd Kühr, Dirigent
Mozart Nr. 40
recreation welcomes a guest of world renown: Patricia Kopatchinskaja plays Ligeti’s ingenious Violin Concerto. recreation provides a framework for this bundle of energy with two works by Mozart conducted by Gerd Kühr.

Sun, 10. May 2020

Veronika Skuplik, Violine © Wouter Janssen
Veronika Skuplik, Violine
Chaconne
A chaconne is an endless sequence of variations over a hypnotic, straightforward bass. Music that is infinitely pleasurable – presented by the German baroque violinist Veronika Skuplik together with recreationBAROCK.

Mon, 18. May 2020

Mei-Ann Chen, Dirigentin © Mei-Ann Chen, Dirigentin
Geniestreich
They were personally acquainted and had a lot to say to each other: the great Johannes Brahms and the brilliant Croatian Countess Dora Pejačević. Mei-Ann Chen embraces light-hearted serenades and dramatic symphony.

Tue, 19. May 2020

Mei-Ann Chen, Dirigentin © Mei-Ann Chen, Dirigentin
Geniestreich
They were personally acquainted and had a lot to say to each other: the great Johannes Brahms and the brilliant Croatian Countess Dora Pejačević. Mei-Ann Chen embraces light-hearted serenades and dramatic symphony.

Mon, 8. June 2020

Wolfgang Redik, Konzertmeister von recreation - Großes Orchester Graz © Werner Kmetitsch
Wolfgang Redik, Konzertmeister von recreation - Großes Orchester Graz
Wunschkonzert
It was the audience that selected the programme for recreation’s summer concert, which is why we have a “Concert of Requests“ today. Leader Wolfgang Redik conducts Mozart’s Piano Concerto KV 488 and Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto and Surprise Symphony from the first violin desk.

Tue, 9. June 2020

Wolfgang Redik, Konzertmeister von recreation - Großes Orchester Graz © Werner Kmetitsch
Wolfgang Redik, Konzertmeister von recreation - Großes Orchester Graz
Wunschkonzert
It was the audience that selected the programme for recreation’s summer concert, which is why we have a “Concert of Requests“ today. Leader Wolfgang Redik conducts Mozart’s Piano Concerto KV 488 and Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto and Surprise Symphony from the first violin desk.
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