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CAMERATA SALZBURG

CAMERATA SALZBURG
Bernarda Frink (Soprano)

Program 1 with Bernarda Fink:
A. Pärt : Fratres
J.S.Bach : Cantata Nr. 170 “ Vergnügte Ruh, beliebte Seeelnlust“
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A. Dvorak : 10 Bible songs ( Arr. Fedorov )
F. Schubert : Symphonie Nr. 3 in D Major

Program 2 :
Borodin : Notturno Or Stravinsky : Concerto in ré
Mozart : Concert for Clarinett in A Major KV 622
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Stravinsky : Pulcinella Suite
Mozart : Symphonie in D – Dur KV 385 « Haffner »

The Camerata Salzburg musicians are “full of revolutionary energy and utopic potential, uncompromisingly individual, daring, and modern - and yet classically stringent,“ as pronounced by the Salzburger Nachrichten in the occasion of the concert for the 60th anniversary of the orchestra.

The distinct musical style of Camerata was formed over a period of six decades through their continuous collaboration with world-renowned musicians such as Bernhard Paumgartner, Géza Anda, Sándor Végh, Sir Roger Norrington, and András Schiff. Famous musicians, including Clara Haskil, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Heinz Holliger, Aurèle Nicolet, Wolfgang Schneiderhan, Christoph Eschenbach, Philippe Herreweghe, René Jacobs, Franz Welser-Möst, and Peter Ruzicka performed with the chamber orchestra, with compositions covering a wide variety of music from string quartets for a small chamber group to romantic symphonies and 20th century classical works for a large orchestra. In the city of Mozart’s birth the orchestra is one of the habitués of the Salzburg Festival and the Mozart Week, offering concerts and operas alike. In its home, the prestigious Mozarteum Salzburg, the Camerata has its own subscription series. The orchestra regularly performs in venues such as the Konzerthaus Vienna, the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, the Festspielhaus Bregenz, and participates in the Carinthian Summer Festival, and the Haydn Festival in Eisenstadt. Touring the world, it played in the metropolises of Munich, London, Florence, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Beijing, and Tokyo, and in the festival cities of Aix-en-Provence and Lucerne.