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Symphony concert 5 – Concert spirituel Clemens Schuldt und Christian Tetzlaff
Fri, 03. Apr 2020, 20:00

Sinfoniekonzert 5 – Concert spirituel Clemens Schuldt und Christian Tetzlaff
Sinfoniekonzert 5 – Concert spirituel
Clemens Schuldt und Christian Tetzlaff
Sinfoniekonzert 5 – Concert spirituel Clemens Schuldt und Christian Tetzlaff
Sinfoniekonzert 5 – Concert spirituel
Clemens Schuldt und Christian Tetzlaff

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  Sinfonie Nr. 31 D-Dur KV 297 (300 a) Pariser
Giovanni Battista Viotti  Konzert für Violine und Orchester a-Moll Nr. 22 G 97 
Thomas Adès Three Studies from Couperin for chamber orchestra (2006)
Les Amusemens – Les Tours de Passe-passe – L’Âme-en-Peine
Joseph Haydn Sinfonie D-Dur Hob I:86 Pariser Sinfonie Nr. 5 Christian Tetzlaff © Giorgia Bertazzi
Christian Tetzlaff © Giorgia Bertazzi
»Concert spiritue« was the name given to a pathbreaking series of public concerts in 18th century Paris which softened the prerogative of the royal music academy that had prevailed until then. Under the baton of Clemens Schuldt, chief conductor of the Munich Chamber Orchestra, the orchestra of the Komische Oper Berlin and the violin virtuoso Christian Tetzlaff will dedicate themselves to the works heard in these Concerts spirituels – and which had an effect far beyond the city limits of Paris: From Mozart’s Symphony No. 31 written in Paris, to the violin concerto by the Italian composer Giovanni Battista Viotti, the father of modern violin-playing, through to a symphony by Joseph Haydn, created for a “competitor event” to the Concerts Spirituels. The contemporary British composer Thomas Adès’ studies of three harpsichord pieces by the French composer François Couperin create a bridge to the present.