Volkhard Steude, Zyklus DIE 10. SAITE


Volkhard Steude plays for MuTh

Volkhard Steude, Concertmaster of the Vienna Philharmonic, has been associated with MuTh from its very beginning, and played at our opening concert in 2012. The MuTh audience has enjoyed numerous wonderful performances by him and his colleagues during the intervening years. Even in times as challenging as the last two years, when it has been difficult or even impossible to stage public concerts, it would have been unimaginable to have a season here at MuTh without Volkhard Steude. MuTh has always tried to be there for its artists through these difficult conditions, whether by arranging video streams or by reducing audience sizes to meet Covid regulations. So, on our tenth birthday, Volkhard Steude wants to say “Thank you”. In this cycle of concerts, he and his musical partners are foregoing their fees. They are also staging a grand Gala Concert, which will allow even more new and exciting projects to be held at MuTh in the years ahead.
Cycle ticket prices:
  • Kategorie A | 108,80 €
  • Kategorie B | 97,60 €
  • Kategorie C | 82,40 €
  • Loge | 129,60 €
  • Junges MuTh bis 26 Jahre
  • Kategorie A | 52,80 €
  • Kategorie B | 40,80 €
  • Kategorie C | 26,40 €
WE 14.
7:30 PM
Chamber music | Orchestral music | Classic
| Concert
“Over the last ten years we have found an artistic home here at MuTh. This is a place which has welcomed us as people, shown us understanding, and always been open to our ideas. I think now is the time to give something back to MuTh, even if it’s only a little of our time and our skill”, said Volkhard Steude, who has invited his MuTh colleagues to a grand gala concert. This wonderful evening is an opportunity to hear what makes MuTh special, and to celebrate the exciting future that lies ahead. All those involved have foregone their fees, and the evening’s proceeds will be used to facilitate new projects.
FR 17.
7:30 PM
Chamber music | Classic
| Concert
Béla Bartók was born in 1881 in Nagyszentmiklós (Great St. Nicholas), within the lands of the Habsburg Empire. Today the town of his birth is known as Sânnicolau Mare, and falls within present-day Romania. That country’s national composer is George Enescu. He studied in Vienna with Joseph Hellmesberger Jr, violinist and conductor of the Vienna Philharmonic. Now, here in what was the capital of the former multi-ethnic state, the Romanian-born, Vienna-trained pianist Catalina Butcaru appears alongside German-born Vienna Philharmonic player Volkhard Steude, performing Bartók, Enescu and Brahms. So it seems quite appropriate that the programme should also include the work of Karol Szymanowski, the “father of Polish music”, who was actually born in modern-day Ukraine.
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