Bruckner Symphony No. 9 with Ingo Metzmacher

Bruckner Symphony No. 9 with Ingo Metzmacher

Wiener Konzerthaus · Great Hall
Ingo Metzmacher

METZMACHER ON THE TRAIL OF HISTORY

The premiere in 1903 was not entirely uncontroversial, as the Wiener Symphoniker played a version of Anton Bruckner's 9th Symphony that had been prepared by the then chief conductor Ferdinand Löwe - who had massively interfered with Bruckner's notes. Nevertheless, this concert is regarded as the day of the premiere. Now conductor Ingo Metzmacher interprets the work in the orchestra's anniversary season and contrasts Anton Bruckner with the neo-tonalist Luigi Nono and his "Canonical Variations on the Series of Arnold Schoenberg's Op. 41 for Orchestra". Historical contrasts with different forms of future music!

Interpreters

Conductor
Ingo Metzmacher
Wiener Symphoniker

Programme

— Intermission —
Symphony No. 9 in d minor WAB 109 Anton Bruckner

1st movement: Solemnly, misterioso
2nd movement: Scherzo. With motion, lively – Trio. Fast
3rd movement: Adagio. Slowly, solemnly
Duration: 60 Minuten

Venue

Wiener Konzerthaus - Great Hall
Lothringerstraße 20, 1030 Wien
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Ticket
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