CALENDAR

Franz Schubert: Der Schwanengesang, D 957

Florian Boesch, bassbaritone
Malcolm Martineau, piano

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Richard Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

Marlis Petersen, Feldmarschallin
Albert Pesendorfer, Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau
Jennifer Holloway, Octavian
Adrian Eröd, Herr von Faninal
Louise Alder, Sophie
Freddie De Tommaso, Ein Sänger
Regine Hangler, Leitmetzerin
Thomas Ebenstein, Valzacchi
Noa Beinart, Annina
Wolfgang Bankl, Polizeikommissar
Wolfram Igor Derntl, Haushofmeister bei der Marschallin
Daniel Jenz, Haushofmeister bei Faninal
Marcus Pelz, Notar
Johanna Wallroth, Modistin
Jörg Schneider, Wirt

Philippe Jordan, Musikalische Leitung
Otto Schenk, Inszenierung
Rudolf Heinrich, Bühne
Erni Kniepert, Kostüme

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Ludwig van Beethoven: Ouverture No. 2 "Leonore", Op. 72a
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: "Ah, lo previdi" Aria for soprano and Orchestra K. 272
Mark-Anthony Turnage: "Twice Through the Heart" - Dramatic scena for mezzo-soprano and 16 players

Susanne Bernhard, soprano
Katrin Wundsam, mezzo-soprano
Markus Poschner, conductor
Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg

Three different female stories are at the heart of this concert: a mythological princess, a criminal and a heroine of liberty in trousers. Beethoven’s adventurous exploration of the tale of Leonore / Fidelio resulted, among other works, in the “Leonore Ouverture No. 2”, which embodies a transformation of his symphonic thinking into a prelude pointing to the story preceding the actual drama. Mozart’s brilliant concert aria “Ah, lo previdi” – “Ah, I foresaw this” – is an aria of vengeance sung by Andromeda, lamenting the supposed death of Perseus. Markus Poschner conducts the Philharmonic, bringing the concert season to an end with Marc-Anthony Turnage’s “Zweimal durchs Herz”: the dramatic scene for mezzo-soprano and small orchestra recounts the true, tragic story of a woman who has murdered her husband. With intriguing orchestration and based on a highly expressive text by Jackie Kay, Turnage creates an impressive sonic landscape.

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Ludwig van Beethoven: Ouverture No. 2 "Leonore", Op. 72a
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: "Ah, lo previdi" Aria for soprano and Orchestra K. 272
Mark-Anthony Turnage: "Twice Through the Heart" - Dramatic scena for mezzo-soprano and 16 players

Susanne Bernhard, soprano
Katrin Wundsam, mezzo-soprano
Markus Poschner, conductor
Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg

Three different female stories are at the heart of this concert: a mythological princess, a criminal and a heroine of liberty in trousers. Beethoven’s adventurous exploration of the tale of Leonore / Fidelio resulted, among other works, in the “Leonore Ouverture No. 2”, which embodies a transformation of his symphonic thinking into a prelude pointing to the story preceding the actual drama. Mozart’s brilliant concert aria “Ah, lo previdi” – “Ah, I foresaw this” – is an aria of vengeance sung by Andromeda, lamenting the supposed death of Perseus. Markus Poschner conducts the Philharmonic, bringing the concert season to an end with Marc-Anthony Turnage’s “Zweimal durchs Herz”: the dramatic scene for mezzo-soprano and small orchestra recounts the true, tragic story of a woman who has murdered her husband. With intriguing orchestration and based on a highly expressive text by Jackie Kay, Turnage creates an impressive sonic landscape.

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Ludwig van Beethoven: Ouverture No. 2 "Leonore", Op. 72a
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: "Ah, lo previdi" Aria for soprano and Orchestra K. 272
Mark-Anthony Turnage: "Twice Through the Heart" - Dramatic scena for mezzo-soprano and 16 players

Susanne Bernhard, soprano
Katrin Wundsam, mezzo-soprano
Markus Poschner, conductor
Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg

Three different female stories are at the heart of this concert: a mythological princess, a criminal and a heroine of liberty in trousers. Beethoven’s adventurous exploration of the tale of Leonore / Fidelio resulted, among other works, in the “Leonore Ouverture No. 2”, which embodies a transformation of his symphonic thinking into a prelude pointing to the story preceding the actual drama. Mozart’s brilliant concert aria “Ah, lo previdi” – “Ah, I foresaw this” – is an aria of vengeance sung by Andromeda, lamenting the supposed death of Perseus. Markus Poschner conducts the Philharmonic, bringing the concert season to an end with Marc-Anthony Turnage’s “Zweimal durchs Herz”: the dramatic scene for mezzo-soprano and small orchestra recounts the true, tragic story of a woman who has murdered her husband. With intriguing orchestration and based on a highly expressive text by Jackie Kay, Turnage creates an impressive sonic landscape.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Overture of „Die Entführung aus dem Serail“, KV 384
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Konstanze, dich wiederzusehen! - O wie ängstlich. recitatif and aria from „Die Entführung aus dem Serail”, KV 384
Michael Haydn: Marcia turchese C-Dur, MH 601
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Per pietà, non ricercate. aria for tenor and orchestra, KV 420
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Michael Haydn: Symphony G-major, KV 444/MH 334
Joseph Haydn: Overture of „Orlando Paladino”, Hob. XXVIII:11
Joseph Haydn: Angelica, mio ben – D’Angelica il nome! 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony D-major, KV 385, „Haffner Symphonie“

Julian Prégardien, tenor
Concentus Musicus Wien
Stefan Gottfried, conductor

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Ludwig van Beethoven: Ouverture No. 2 "Leonore", Op. 72a
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: "Ah, lo previdi" Aria for soprano and Orchestra K. 272
Mark-Anthony Turnage: "Twice Through the Heart" - Dramatic scena for mezzo-soprano and 16 players

Susanne Bernhard, soprano
Katrin Wundsam, mezzo-soprano
Markus Poschner, conductor
Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg

Three different female stories are at the heart of this concert: a mythological princess, a criminal and a heroine of liberty in trousers. Beethoven’s adventurous exploration of the tale of Leonore / Fidelio resulted, among other works, in the “Leonore Ouverture No. 2”, which embodies a transformation of his symphonic thinking into a prelude pointing to the story preceding the actual drama. Mozart’s brilliant concert aria “Ah, lo previdi” – “Ah, I foresaw this” – is an aria of vengeance sung by Andromeda, lamenting the supposed death of Perseus. Markus Poschner conducts the Philharmonic, bringing the concert season to an end with Marc-Anthony Turnage’s “Zweimal durchs Herz”: the dramatic scene for mezzo-soprano and small orchestra recounts the true, tragic story of a woman who has murdered her husband. With intriguing orchestration and based on a highly expressive text by Jackie Kay, Turnage creates an impressive sonic landscape.

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Richard Strauss: Elektra

Michaela Schuster, Klytämnestra
Ausrine Stundyte, Elektra
Camilla Nylund, Chrysothemis
Jörg Schneider, Aegisth
Derek Welton, Orest

Franz Welser-Möst, conductor
Harry Kupfer, stage director
Angela Brandt, scenic work
Hans Schavernoch, stage
Reinhard Heinrich, costumes

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Richard Wagner: Lohengrin

Cornelius Meister, Musikalische Leitung
Andreas Homoki, Inszenierung
Wolfgang Gussmann, Bühne und Kostüme
Franck Evin, Licht
Werner Hintze, Dramaturgie

Kwangchul Youn, Heinrich der Vogler
Klaus Florian Vogt, Lohengrin
Sara Jakubiak, Elsa von Brabant
Johan Reuter, Friedrich von Telramund
Tanja Ariane Baumgartner, Ortrud
Adrian Eröd, Der Heerrufer des Königs

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