The Vienna Philharmonic invites you on a private journey

The Vienna Philharmonic invites you on a private journey

The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra will take the audience on a musical journey this summer

-A year later when everyone had very limited travel options, we thought we’d give a different kind of experience and show in the music how amazing the trip was… We chose works by European, American and Russian composers in the repertoire, in fact, thanks to Gustav Holst, we can get to Jupiter, who is considered The source of delight,” said bandleader Daniel Harding.

Russian-German pianist Igor Levitt plays the Paganini theme by Sergei Rachmaninoff in the garden of Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna.

– There are humorous parts here and there, in general pretty grim. Pianist Igor Levitt said: “We all know the famous 18th version, which is loving, bold and emotional, but overall the piece is witty but not in the funny sense, on the bleak side, but the piece is very interesting.

The special sound is given to the Vienna Philharmonic from the heritage of talented musicians, special instruments and the ensemble orchestra.

“If you played in the band at the Opera in 1875, you played Aida by Giuseppe Verdi, but you also played Richard Wagner’s Twilight Gods. We gave Brahms symphonies and Gustav Mahler was opera director, so all these names formed our voice, this memory Collectivity extends through generations,” said Daniel Frochoir, President of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

“Controlling this band is like driving a great car: it’s dangerous because it reacts instantly to what you’re doing. As bandleader Daniel Harding said, if you do it right, you can dance with them, and they’ll bring you the whole world, but if you do it right, you can dance with them, and they’ll bring you the whole world, but if you If you do it wrong, you will become a dangerous monster.

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The ceremony concludes with Orbit Strauss, returning home to Vienna at the end of a long journey, a message that also coincides with Igor Levitt’s sentiments.

“No one swam this year without injuries, and I miss my home and loved ones,” said pianist Igor Levitt.

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