Friday, 27. November 2020, 8.30 pm
Munich, Philharmonie im Gasteig
Serenade E-flat major for 13 Winds TrV 106, op. 7
Four Songs TrV 170, op. 27
"Transfigured Night" version for String Orchestra, op. 4
Karina Canellakis, Conductor
Camilla Nylund, Soprano
Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Please note: Unfortunately, due to the existing travel restrictions, Esa-Pekka Salonen had to cancel his participation in the planned livestream concert from the Philharmonie im Gasteig on Friday, November 27, 2020. At the same time, we are very pleased that Karina Canellakis will be able to take over the direction of the programme unchanged.
concert on the Video-Livestream and on the RADIO
BR-KLASSIK will broadcast the concert on at 8.30 pm on the video livestream via our Media Center and on BR-KLASSIK Concert. BR-KLASSIK will also broadcast the concert live on the radio. The broadcast will start at 8.05 pm, the concert will start at 8.30 pm. More information.
Information about the programme
The concert opens with Serenade in E-flat major for 13 wind instruments (op. 7), composed by Richard Strauss at the age of 17. This journeyman piece already sparkles with the typical Straussian inflection. His Four Lieder of 1894 (op. 27), sung by Camilla Nylund, are gems of the late-romantic repertoire. Five years later Arnold Schoenberg wrote his string sextet Transfigured Night after a poem by Richard Dehmel. Poised between late romanticism and the burgeoning modern era, this gripping work was arranged for string orchestra in 1917, producing an even more sophisticated interplay of solo and ensemble passages.
NO LIVE AUDIENCE IN NOVEMBER
On 28 October, the Federal Chancellor and the heads of government of the federal states decided to prohibit events from 2 November until the end of the month, among other measures to contain the corona pandemic. On this basis, the Bayerischer Rundfunk is forced to cancel the concerts of its orchestras and musica viva. Tickets already purchased will be refunded.
pictures from the rehearsals
Radio broadcast: Johannes Kalitzke – without audience
Live radio broadcast: Peter Eötvös | Senza Sangue – without audience