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ViennaFridays@7: Mahler

Vienna Symphony Orchestra; David Zinman; Dorothea Röschmann; Jennifer Johnston


Mahler: Symphony no. 2 in C minor 'Resurrection'
Vienna Symphony Orchestra; David Zinman; Dorothea Röschmann; Jennifer Johnston; Wiener Singakademie; Heinz Ferlesch

ViennaIbert, Connesson, Berlioz & Respighi

Ibert, Connesson, Berlioz, Respighi
Vienna Symphony Orchestra; Stéphane Denève; Renaud Capuçon

ViennaGuillaume TellNew production

Rossini: Guillaume Tell (William Tell)
Diego Matheuz; Torsten Fischer; Theater an der Wien; Herbert Schäfer; Vasilis Triantafilopoulos; Christoph Pohl; Anita Rosati

ViennaBerlioz, Ravel & Franck

Berlioz, Ravel, Franck
Vienna Symphony Orchestra; Bertrand de Billy; Jasminka Stančul
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From Beethoven to Shostakovich at the Musikverein

Igor Levit © Gregor Hohenberg
If Beethoven referred to his own compositional approach as “redend” (speaking), then Levit speaks him clearly, beautifully and fluently.
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Artistic prowess from Hrůša at the Musikverein

Jakub Hrůša © Pavel Hejnz
An unusual programme at the Musikverein, drawing together works by Mendelssohn, Brahms and a piano concerto by Britten. 
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Mozart and Rott make for a memorable concert in Vienna

Jan Lisiecki, Sebastian Weigle and the Wiener Symphoniker © Kerstin Glasow | Wiener Konzerthaus
After Jan Lisiecki gave an immaculate interpretation of a perennial Mozart piano concerto, Sebastian Weigle revelled in the brassy bravura of a symphony which remains virtually unknown in the city where it was composed over a hundred years ago.
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A flawless Wozzeck for Theater an der Wien

Florian Boesch (Wozzeck) © Werner Kmetitsch
Without glitz, extravagance or the need to be expressly shocking, Robert Carsen's new production of Wozzeck at the Theater an der Wien is exceptional.
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A celebration of hometown heroes in Prague

Tomáš Netopil conducts the Vienna Symphony in Prague © Petra Hajska
The Dvořákʼs Prague festival wraps with four Prague alumni showing why they've gained international fame.
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