Wiener Symphoniker

Saison 2017-18 Slide
Konzert zum Nationalfeiertag
Konzert zum Nationalfeiertag
Austrian National Day Concert
Julian Rachlin, Violine · Françies-Xavier Roth, Conductor
24/25 OCTOBER 2017
Wozzeck (c) Emmanuel Polanco
Wozzeck (c) Emmanuel Polanco
Wozzeck
Opera by Alban Berg
15 October 2017 Premiere
Lahav Shani (c) Marco Borggreve
Lahav Shani (c) Marco Borggreve
Lahav Shani
Pieces by Prokofjew, Mozart und Sibelius
15/16 OCTOBER 2017
Proben Beethoven Zyklus (c) Johannes Ifkovits 4
The Beethoven cycle on CD

The Road to Beethoven

For the first time in their history, the Wiener Symphoniker will release a complete Beethoven symphonies cycle on CD. With a new CD of the series to be released every 6 months, the full cycle will be completed just in time for the 250th anniversary of the birth of Beethoven in 2020.

Austrian National Day

In their traditional concert celebrating Austrian National Day Concert the Wiener Symphoniker and conductor François-Xavier Roths present the Austrian premiere of a new work by Johannes Maria Staud.

Philippe Jordan (c) Julia Wesely
Welcome from Philippe Jordan

Season Opening 2017-18

Our season 2017-18 features a Beethoven cycle, a series of concerts with this year's Artist in Residence, Julia Fischer and many more exciting concerts. Read the personal season preview of our Music Director Philippe Jordan to find out more.

Julia Fischer (c) Felix Broede

Julia Fischer

Artist in Residence 2017-18

Philippe Jordan

Music Director
Beethoven_Symphonies 1_3 Teaser

Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. 1 and 3

Philippe Jordan
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