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1994

July 25 – August 31

A Stravinsky year for the Salzburg Festival: Sylvain Cambreling, the conductor most frequently heard during the Mortier era, takes on a new production of The Rake’s Progress together with director Peter Mussbach and painter Jörg Immendorff; Kent Nagano and Peter Sellars put on a scenic performance of Oedipus Rex combined with the Symphony of Psalms, and in a Festival tent erected in the yard of the Toskana Tract of the Residenz, Histoire d’un soldat is presented. “The Don Giovanni of the century” is how Gerard Mortier announces the new production of Mozart’s opera for which Patrice Chéreau is responsible – but audiences and critics are divided. Peter Stein completes the Shakespeare cycle with Anthony and Cleopatra – and extends his contract as director of drama for another three years. An agreement with the Vienna Philharmonic reached in February is also for three years. And on the personnel front, Helga Rabl-Stadler is appointed to the directorate; she is to succeed Heinrich Wiesmüller as President in January 1995. The so-called “Schüttkasten”, a former granary behind the Pferdeschwemme which the Festival had bought already in 1987, is completely renovated. Modern rehearsal spaces, the ticket office and the Salzburg Festival’s archive are to find a new home here.

1994: A "Don Giovanni for the century? Director Patrice Chéreau conferring with conductor Daniel Barenboim.

New production
Luigi Pirandello
Die Riesen vom Berge
Stage director: Luca Ronconi
Stage sets: Margherita Palli
Costumes: Moidele Bickel
Perner-Insel Hallein

New production
William Shakespeare
Antonius and Cleopatra
Stage director: Peter Stein
Stage sets: Dionissis Fotopoulos
Costumes: Emi Wada
Felsenreitschule

New production
Igor Stravinsky
The Rake’s Progress
Conductor: Sylvain Cambreling
Stage director: Peter Mussbach
Sets and costumes: Jörg Immendorff
Kleines Festspielhaus

New production
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Don Giovanni
Conductor: Daniel Barenboim
Stage director: Patrice Chéreau
Stage sets: Richard Peduzzi
Costumes: Moidele Bickel
Großes Festspielhaus

New production
Igor Stravinsky
L’histoire du soldat
Conductor: Andrej Boreyko
Stage directors: Barbara Mundel and Veit Volkert
Sets and costumes: Hermann Feuchter
Residenz

Coproduction with the Easter Festival Salzburg
Modest Mussorgsky
Boris Godunow
Conductor: Claudio Abbado / Anne Manson
Stage director, sets and costumes: Herbert Wernicke
Großes Festspielhaus

Coproduction with the International Mozarteum Foundation
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Ombra felice – Arien, Szenen, Ensembles
Conductor: Heinz Holliger / Guido Johannes Rumstadt
Stage directors: Ursel und Karl-Ernst Herrmann
Sets and costumes: Karl-Ernst Herrmann
Residenzhof / Aula Academica

New production
Igor Stravinsky
Oedipus Rex and Psalm Symphony
Conductor: Kent Nagano
Stage director: Peter Sellars
Stage sets: COOP Himmelb(l)au
Costumes: Dunya Ramicova
Großes Festspielhaus

Revivals: Jedermann, Das Gleichgewicht, Coriolan, La clemenza di Tito

Concert performances: Stravinsky's Le rossignol, Poulenc's La voix humaine

Orchestral Concerts, Solo Recitals, Lied Recitals, Chamber Concerts, Matinees, Cycle Beethoven Symphonies, Cycle Schubert & Haydn, Concerts „Music from our time“, Concerts of Sacred Music, Literary Recitals

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