Saturday19.30
Musikverein Wien, Great Hall

Fischer, Janoska Ensemble / "Springtime in Vienna"

The TV Easter Concert of the Wiener Symphoniker

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For more than 40 years, the Wiener Symphoniker’s televised Easter concert “Springtime in Vienna” has been one of the highlights of the Viennese concert calendar. With musical guests of international stature and a colourful bouquet of rousing melodies, the Wiener Symphoniker drive out the winter chill and ring in the vibrant new season. Over the decades, many international conductors and soloists have shared a stage with the Wiener Symphoniker to greet the warmth of the new season. In 2018, the Hungarian conductor Ádám Fischer, an old and close friend of the orchestra, will conduct the concert for the second time. The Janoska Ensemble from Slovakia will join him. Together, they invite you on a musical journey along the Danube from Budapest via Bratislava to Vienna with works by conductors including Brahms, Dvorák and J. Strauss.

Performers

Janoska Ensemble
ensemble 
Ondrej Jánoška 
violin 
Roman Jánoška 
violin 
Julius Darvas 
double bass 
František Jánoška 
piano 
Wiener Symphoniker
orchestra 

Programme

Zoltán Kodály
"Galántai Táncok" ("Dances of Galanta")
"Galántai Táncok" ("Dances of Galanta")
1933
15min
Composer: Zoltán Kodály (*, ✝)
Niccolò Paganini
"Paganinoska" Caprice No. 24 (Arrangement: Janoska Ensemble, Orchestration: František Janoska)
"Paganinoska" Caprice No. 24 (Arrangement: Janoska Ensemble, Orchestration: František Janoska)
6min
Composer: Niccolò Paganini (*, ✝)
František Jánoška
"Musette pour Fritz" (Hommage à Fritz Kreisler)
"Musette pour Fritz" (Hommage à Fritz Kreisler)
6min
Composer: František Jánoška
Pablo de Sarasate
"Tarantella vs. Niška Banja", Serbian Traditional (Arrangement and Orchestration: František Janoska)
"Tarantella vs. Niška Banja", Serbian Traditional (Arrangement and Orchestration: František Janoska)
6min
Composer: Pablo de Sarasate
František Jánoška
Janoska Symphony op. 1 “Impressions along the Danube” , 1st movement "Bratislava" (Premiere performance)
1st movement: "Bratislava"
6min
Composer: František Jánoška
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20min
Composer: ***
Johannes Brahms
Hungarian Dance No. 5 in g minor (Orchestration: Albert Parlow)
No. 5 in g minor (Orchestration: Albert Parlow)
1876
3min
Antonín Dvorák
Slavonic Dances op. 72, No. 2 (10) in e minor "Starodávny" (Allegretto grazioso)
No. 2 (10) in e minor "Starodávny": Allegretto grazioso
6min
Johann Strauss (Sohn)
Overture to the operetta "Die Fledermaus" ("The Bat")
Overture
9min
Johann Strauss (Sohn)
"An der schönen blauen Donau" ("The Blue Danube"), Waltz op. 314
"An der schönen blauen Donau" ("The Blue Danube"), Waltz op. 314
1866-1867
9min

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More Dates

Sunday19.30
Musikverein Wien, Great Hall

Location

Musikverein Wien
Musikvereinsplatz 1, 1010 Wien
Musikverein Wien | Great Hall

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