Wiener Konzerthaus, Great Hall

Zinman, Röschmann, Johnston, Wiener Singakademie / Mahler

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As long as three years ago, the legendary American conductor and former music director of the Tonhalle Orchestra David Zinman was supposed to conduct the season’s opening concert of the Wiener Symphoniker at the Wiener Konzerthaus. Unfortunately, due to illness, he had to cancel at short notice at that time. But now, this will finally be caught up with. To this end, the Mahler expert has compiled two programmes which will be exclusively composed of works by the great Austrian composer: At Fridays@7, there will be a gripping introduction with the first two movements from the Resurrection Symphony and a fine selection from Five Songs after Friedrich Rückert and Of the Boy’s Miracle Horn, before the entire Second Symphony can be heard on Saturday evening. Participating soloists will be Dorothea Röschmann and Jennifer Johnston who can also be heard at the traditional closing concert on Friday along with the Symphonikerblas, a brass band composed of members of the Wiener Symphoniker.


Wiener Singakademie
mixed choir 
Wiener Symphoniker


Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 2 in c minor "Resurrection"
Symphony No. 2 in c minor "Resurrection"
1887-94, rev. 1903
1st movement: Allegro maestoso. With complete gravity and solemnity of expression
2nd movement: Andante comodo. Very leisurely. Never rush
3rd movement: With quietly flowing movement
4th movement: "Urlicht" - Very solemn, but simple
5th movement: In the tempo of the scherzo. Misterioso



Mahler: The Song of the Earth

As a further historical publication from the archives of the Wiener Symphoniker the outstanding interpretation of Gustav Mahler's Song of the Earth.

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