Bild von Joseph Beuys für die Reihe Zeit mit Enescu der Salzburger Festspiele
Joseph Beuys, ________ ? 1960 · Montage Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie, Sammlung Marx © Bildrecht, Wien, 2018 · Mit freundlicher Genehmigung des Nachlass Joseph Beuys
About the Series

Time with ENESCU

‘I was born like a figure from a tragedy: under dramatic circumstances and accompanied by dark premonitions’, claimed George Enescu. He was born in Romania in 1881, the eighth child of his parents — and the only one to survive. As a result, he was ‘treated like a chick wrapped in cotton wool’ and kept away from other children. Music remained the safety valve for the rich inner life of the shy little boy: the singing and dances of the Roma held such fascination for the three-year-old child that he made himself a toy fiddle; by the age of four he was able to imitate what he had heard on a proper violin. At the age of seven Enescu was sent to study music in Vienna, where he avidly soaked in the atmosphere in this city of music. Johannes Brahms became his first musical hero — and remained one, even after Richard Wagner’s music had changed his thinking. At the age of fourteen Enescu moved to Paris, where he studied composition, one of his fellowstudents being Maurice Ravel.

The child prodigy grew up to become an all-round musician who had a successful career as conductor, violin virtuoso, teacher, musicologist and organizer in both the USA and Romania. ‘His love of his country was associated with a pagan past, with people who had their origins in the wisdom of antiquity’, recalled Yehudi Menuhin, one of his pupils: ‘Along with Bartók, Enescu was the greatest musician I have ever known.’ Enescu had little time for composing and was moreover highly self-critical and modest about his ability. Yet his music today, sixty years after his death in Paris in 1955, seems more powerful than ever. Alongside his magnum opus Œdipe, the rest of his oeuvre also exerts a fascination, from its colourful, sweeping folklorismto brilliant amalgamations of those conflicting powers that prevail between the late Romantic and the Modern age. In his transcending of the borders of eras, worlds and styles George Enescu can be discovered anew as one of the most original composers of his time.

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19:30 - ca. 22:00 19:30, 2 Orte, Premiere
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Lukaspassion - Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal · Nagano
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Lukaspassion - Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal · Nagano
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Interpreten Sarah Wegener, Lucas Meachem, Matthew Rose, Philharmonischer Chor Krakau, Teresa Majka-Pacanek, Warsaw Boys Choir, Krzysztof Kusiel-Moroz, Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal

Musikalische Leitung Kent Nagano

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18:30 - ca. 20:00 18:30, Felsenreitschule, Premiere
Lesungen Lesungen
Hans Werner Henze & Ingeborg Bachmann
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Hans Werner Henze & Ingeborg Bachmann
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19:30 19:30, Großes Festspielhaus
Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowski
Pique Dame
Großes Festspielhaus
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Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowski
Pique Dame

Musikalische Leitung Mariss Jansons

Besetzung Brandon Jovanovich, Vladislav Sulimsky, Igor Golovatenko, Evgenia Muraveva, Oksana Volkova, Hanna Schwarz, Alexander Kravets, Stanislav Trofimov, Gleb Peryazev, Pavel Petrov, Margarita Nekrasova, Oleg Zalytskiy, Vasilisa Berzhanskaya, Yulia Suleimanova, Imola Kacso, Márton Gláser, Juan Aguila Cuevas

Salzburger Festspiele und Theater Kinderchor, Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor, Wiener Philharmoniker

€ 430
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Erhältlich in Abonnement Serie Ouverture Spirituelle

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Fr
Juli
Freitag, 20. Juli
Konzert
19:30 - ca. 22:00 19:30, 2 Orte, Premiere
OS, OZG, WP Ouverture Spirituelle, Orchester Zu Gast, Wiener Philharmoniker
Lukaspassion - Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal · Nagano
Felsenreitschule
Salzburger Landestheater
Konzert
Lukaspassion - Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal · Nagano
Premiere

Interpreten Sarah Wegener, Lucas Meachem, Matthew Rose, Philharmonischer Chor Krakau, Teresa Majka-Pacanek, Warsaw Boys Choir, Krzysztof Kusiel-Moroz, Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal

Musikalische Leitung Kent Nagano

Programm KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI Passio et mors Domini nostri Iesu Christ secundum Lucam. Lukaspassion für Soli, Sprecher, drei gemischte Chöre, Knabenchor und Orchester

€ 115
€ 90
€ 65
€ 50
€ 30
€ 15
€ 10

Erhältlich in Abonnement Serie Ouverture Spirituelle

Schauspiel
18:30 - ca. 20:00 18:30, Felsenreitschule, Premiere
Lesungen Lesungen
Hans Werner Henze & Ingeborg Bachmann
Felsenreitschule
Schauspiel
Hans Werner Henze & Ingeborg Bachmann
Premiere

Briefe einer Freundschaft

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€ 28
€ 10

Erhältlich in Abonnement Serie Ouverture Spirituelle

Oper
19:30 19:30, Großes Festspielhaus
Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowski
Pique Dame
Großes Festspielhaus
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Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowski
Pique Dame

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Besetzung Brandon Jovanovich, Vladislav Sulimsky, Igor Golovatenko, Evgenia Muraveva, Oksana Volkova, Hanna Schwarz, Alexander Kravets, Stanislav Trofimov, Gleb Peryazev, Pavel Petrov, Margarita Nekrasova, Oleg Zalytskiy, Vasilisa Berzhanskaya, Yulia Suleimanova, Imola Kacso, Márton Gláser, Juan Aguila Cuevas

Salzburger Festspiele und Theater Kinderchor, Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor, Wiener Philharmoniker

€ 430
€ 340
€ 260
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€ 150
€ 115
€ 75
€ 30

Erhältlich in Abonnement Serie Ouverture Spirituelle

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Sa
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