We play!

(but not in November!)

Soloists of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra - "Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn"

With its concerts in the Minoritenkirche, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra sets important accents in its home city. Thus, the musical tradition of this renowned ensemble may be heard not only in the concert hall, but also in one of Vienna's major churches. The Vienna Chamber Orchestra does not see itself as a small symphony orchestra, although it appears in large concert halls with up to 60 musicians. Rather, it considers itself to be a big string quartet. This is the approach it takes to making music. And it is this very source that determines the style and understanding of the music which is tangible in the concerts in the Minoritenkirche.

The highest standard, reduced to the most significant. The Vienna Chamber Orchestra fulfils its cultural mandate once again.
Far from the everyday and trivial.


J. Haydn - Streichquartett D-Dur op. 64, Nr. 5, Hob. III:63 "Lerchen-Quartett", 1. Satz (Allegro moderato) (9 min)
J. Haydn - Violinkonzert C-Dur Hob. VIIa:1, 1. Satz (Allegro moderato) (9 min)
W. A. Mozart - Divertimento F-Dur, KV 138 (12 min)
L .v. Beethoven - Romanze F-Dur op. 50 (9 min)
A. Dvorak – Streichquartett F-Dur op. 96 „Amerikanisches Quartett, 1. Satz (Allegro ma non troppo) (7 min)
W. A. Mozart – Rondo C-Dur KV 373 (5 min)
P. de Sarasate – Zigeunerweisen op. 20 (8 min)

Sat, 17.
October 2020
19:30 - 20:45