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  BÖSENDORFER-CONCERT
14. March 2019 - 7.30 pm
PIANO EVENING WITH YUKO BATIK

The pianist Yuko Batik has won various competitions and participated in master classes by Jörg Demus and Oleg Maisenberg. She will be playing works by F. Schubert, L. v. Beethoven and F. Liszt.

 

Program:

F. SCHUBERT

Impromptu Op. 90 Nr.3

L. v. BEETHOVEN    

Sonata Op. 111

F. LISZT

Sonata in h-Moll

Tickets:

regular € 25 | reduced € 15
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  MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
© X. Wang
13. April 2019 - 4 pm
OPREA MASTER PROGRAM

"Portraits of Women"

Xin Wang (soprano) | Niels Muus (piano)

This concert evening focuses on female roles in operas by Mozart and Salieri. The young soprano Xin Wang and the pianist Niels Muus promise classical musical enjoyment at its best with arias from “La scuola deʾ gelosi” by Salieri, by Susanna from “Le Nozze di Figaro” – which Mozart composed here at Domgasse 5 – and by Ilia from “Idomeneo”.

Program:

W.A. MOZART

Arias from “Le Nozze di Figaro” KV 492

W.A. MOZART

Arias from “Idomeneo” KV 366

A. SALIERI

Arias from “La scuola de? gelosi”

Tickets:

regular € 28 | reduced € 24

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  MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
© Kropfitsch
8. May 2019 - 7.30 pm
MOZART ACADEMY I

"Music and Knowledge: Kegelstatt"

Elisabeth Kropfitsch (violin) | Marie Isabel Kropfitsch (violin) | David Kropfitsch (violin) | Stefan Kropfitsch (cello) | Johannes Kropfitsch (piano)

On the first Mozart Academy evening this year, the Jess-Trio, assisted by the younger Kropfitsch generation, will play works by Mozart – piano quartets and the “Kegelstatt Trio” KV 498 in a special arrangement for violin, viola and piano. Mozart is said to have composed his twelve horn duos while playing skittles. It is possible that the trio in E flat major was also nicknamed on account of the intimacy of a friendly social gathering that it conveys. Professor Johannes Kropfitsch will explain the highlights of these compositions in an accompanying talk.

Program:

W.A. MOZART

Trio in E flat major KV 498 “Kegelstatt”

W.A. MOZART

Piano Quartet in G minor KV 478

W.A. MOZART

Piano Quartet in E flat major KV 493

Tickets:

regular € 28 | reduced € 24

Subscription: (4 concerts) regular € 96 | reduced € 84

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  MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
© Angelika Persterer-Ornig
20. May 2019 - 7 pm
PRIMA LA MUSICA WIEN

"Presenting young talent"

Young and highly talented concert prize winners of the Vienna competition “prima la musica” will demonstrate their skills. Moderated by Angelika Persterer-Ornig.

Program:
Tickets:

regular € 7
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  MOZARTHAUS VIENNA
© Nancy Horowitz / Christian Prenner
5. June 2019 - 7.30 pm
MOZART ACADEMY II

"Music and Knowledge: "Prelude" to Mozart"

Yuko Batik (piano) | Roland Batik (piano)

Roland Batik is one of the most versatile Austrian musicians, whose musical language transcends traditional boundaries. He says of his compositions: “I seek to merge traditional classical formal elements with ideas inspired by jazz and world music.” He has made a highly successful recording of Mozart’s piano sonatas. On this evening Roland Batik and his long-standing duo partner Yuko Batik will play Mozart’s music as well as his own compositions, offering an experience that blurs the boundaries of and within music.

Program:

W.A. MOZART

Sonatas and fantasies

R. BATIK

Introductions and impressions

Tickets:

regular € 28 | reduced € 24

Subscription: (4 concerts) regular € 96 | reduced € 84

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