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WIENER KAMMERORCHESTER

WIENER KAMMERORCHESTER
STEFAN VLADAR

PROGRAM 1
L. v. Beethoven: Cuarteto de cuerda nº 11 en fa menor “Quartetto serioso”
opus 95 - orquestación de Gustav Mahler -
A. Dvořák: Serenata para cuerdas en mi mayor opus 22, B.52

PROGRAM 2
L. v. Beethoven: Cuarteto de cuerda nº 11 en fa menor “Quartetto serioso”
opus 95 -orquestación de Gustav Mahler-
A. Dvořák: Serenata para cuerdas en mi mayor opus 22, B.52

PROGRAM 3
F. Schubert: Cuarteto para cuerda nº 14 en re menor, D. 810 “La muerte y la doncella”
arreglo de Gustav Mahler para orquesta de cuerda

"The Vienna Chamber Orchestra is celebrating its 70th anniversary in the current season.
The former Principal Conductor Carlo Zecchi as well as Lord Yehudi Menuhin and Sándor Végh were among the outstanding personalities through whom the orchestra was able to establish a position in the international music world at an early stage.

Past principal conductors were Philippe Entremont, Ernst Kovacic, Christoph Eberle and Heinrich Schiff. Since 2004, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra has worked with Joji Hattori as Associate Guest
Conductor.

Stefan Vladar was appointed as the new Principal Conductor of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra in May 2008. Under his direction, the ensemble has established itself even more clearly as one of the internationally renowned chamber orchestras.

Born in Vienna Stefan Vladar is one of Austria’s most remarkable musical personalities. He performs regularly as a conductor and a pianist in musical centres in Europe, America and Asia. 

Since 2008 Stefan Vladar holds the position as Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra with whom he tours through the inland and foreign countries. In the 2016/2017 season, he conducts concerts in Vienna with soloist such as Bo Skovhus, Isabelle van Keulen and Julian Steckel.

In the current season, Stefan Vladar will be performing both as a conductor and as a pianist with a myriad of orchestras such as Lübeck Philharmonic, Columbian Symphony Orchestra, Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra (tour) and Budweis Philharmonic. As a soloist, he was invited by Daniel Raiskin to perform with the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra."