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Ronald Brautigam, piano

RSO Wien/ Ronald Brautigam

In 2017/2018 we organize a tour with Ronald Brautigam and the Radio-Symphonieorchester Vienna.

The program is:
Cerha: Drei Sätze für Orchester
Beethoven: Klavierkonzert nr. 1

 

pauze

Schostakowitsch: Symphonie Nr. 11 op. 103

Dates: 22 - 28 march 2019

The ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra is a top orchestra of world renown; the orchestra defines itself in the Vienna orchestral tradition. Cornelius Meister took over as Principal Conductor and Artistic Director in September 2010. The Vienna RSO is known for its exceptional, bold programming. By combining nineteenth-century repertoire with contemporary pieces and rarely performed works of other time periods, our programming often places Romantic era classics in unexpected contexts.

The RSO regularly performs on two subscription series in the Vienna Musikverein and Konzerthaus. In addition, the RSO appears annually at major Austrian and international festivals. The orchestra has close ties to the Salzburg Festival, the Wiener Festwochen, Wien Modern, and musikprotokoll im steierischen herbst, which provides a platform for the performance of new and experimental music. Tours to Japan and China are a regular part of the RSO schedule as well. The orchestra has also concertised in the USA and South America, Thailand and Taiwan. 

Alain Altinoglu, Leonard Bernstein, Ernest Bour, Christoph von Dohnányi, Christoph Eschenbach, Michael Gielen, Jakub Hrůša, Ingo Metzmacher, Andris Nelsons, Kirill Petrenko, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Guiseppe Sinopoli, Hans Swarowsky, Jeffrey Tate, and Simone Young are among the guests who have stood on the podium of the Vienna RSO. Composers Luciano Berio, Friedrich Cerha, Peter Eötvös, Hans Werner Henze, Ernst Krenek, Bruno Madera, Krzysztof Penderecki and Matthias Pintscher have all conducted the orchestra. Internationally renowned soloists who make regular appearances with the Vienna RSO include Renaud and Gautier Capuçon, Martin Grubinger, Hilary Hahn, Patricia Kopachinskaya, Gidon Kremer, Lang Lang, Sabine Meyer, Gabriela Montero, Anna Netrebko, Heinrich Schiff and Christian Tetzlaff.