Unsere Datenschutzrichtlinien wurden am Freitag 31 Januar 2020 aktualisiertMehr InformationenOK
Anmelden
Bachtrack logo
Home
Termine
Kritiken
Artikel
Video
Seite
TermineKritikenArtikelVideo
Flagge von Deutschland

Komponist: Eisler, Hanns (1898-1962)

Veranstaltungen zu klassischer Musik, Oper, Ballett und Tanz finden | Eisler
Kurzprofil
Geburtsjahr1898
Sterbejahr1962
NationalitätDeutschland
Epoche20. Jahrhundert
Februar 2021
MoDiMiDoFrSaSo
01020304050607
08091011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
01020304050607
08091011121314
Abendvorstellung
Matinee
Veranstaltungstippsmehr...

BerlinKammerkonzert 5: Der neue Orpheus

Komische Oper Berlin
Weill, Schulhoff, Eisler
Talya Lieberman; Daniela Braun; Ludwig Faust; Rebekka Markowski

AmsterdamAnna Prohaska and Julius Drake

© Marco Borggreve
Ravel, Messiaen, Fauré, Debussy, Daniel-Lesur, Strawinsky, Wolf, Brahms, Reimann, Britten, Pfitzner, Rachmaninow, Ives, Purcell, Schubert, Schumann, Eisler, Mahler, Crumb, Bernstein
Anna Prohaska; Julius Drake
Neue Kritikenmehr...

Spiel mit der Sprache

Wiener Festwochenzeit ist Experimentierzeit: das Experiment des doppelten Konzertabends gelingt.
****1
Mehr

Memento mori: The NYOGB in Britten and Shostakovich

Jaime Martín © Alexander Lindstrom

Jaime Martín leads his valiant National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain players through revolutionary songs and the shadow of death in two leading 20th-century composers.

***11
Mehr

Berlin im Licht: Philharmonia sheds light on the cabaret scene

Dagmar Manzel © Belinda Lawley

Despite engaging vocal performances and vivid orchestral playing, the Philharmonia Orchestra’s exploration of Weimar-era Berlin’s cabaret world added up to less than the sum of its parts.

***11
Mehr

Ute Lemper's Songs from Troubled Times delights the Edinburgh Festival audience

Ute Lemper's barnstorming performance of songs from the Weimar Republic chimes perfectly with the Edinburgh Festival's barbed-wire-and-bluebell logo for 2014.
****1
Mehr

Keenlyside and Johnson: Liederabend in Vienna

Simon Keenlyside and Graham Johnson's concert at the Vienna Konzerthaus featured songs by Schoenberg and his pupil Hanns Eisler, as well as Britten, Wolf, Schubert and Brahms. These consummate artists made a difficult program seem easy to perform and even easier to listen to.
****1
Mehr