CALENDAR

Genre
Format
Suitable for
Producer
Time of day
WE 22.
May
2024
7:30 PM
to
21:00
New music | Out of the ordinary
| Concert | Education | Adults | School, secondary level | 8+
Concert | Education | Adults | School, secondary level | 8+
Voller Vorfreude und im Rahmen der Vorbereitungen auf das Johann Strauss Festjahr 2025 präsentieren wir stolz die neueste Tanzmusik der Komponistinnen – ein Fest, das den Fokus auf die kreativen Schaffenskünste herausragender Frauen lenkt!Dieses einzigartige Konzert hebt erstmals die bedeutenden Walzer-Kom-ponistinnen hervor, deren Musik von Wien aus die Welt eroberte. Unser Blick richtet sich dabei bewusst auf die bislang oft übersehenen Protagonistinnen der Unterhaltungsmusik, und es besteht die dringende Notwendigkeit, diesen Entdeckergeist in die Gegenwart zu tragen. Im Programm stehen bezaubernde Walzer, mitreißende Polkas, stolze Märsche und leidenschaftliche Tangos von Strauss-Zeitgenossinnen sowie von herausragenden Komponistinnen der heu-tigen Zeit: Doderer, Dinescu, Erhart-Schwertmann, Viola Falb, Julia Purgina und Melissa Coleman.Eine fesselnde Filmrundschau gewährt nicht nur einen Einblick in die Wirkstätten der Strauss-Zeitgenossinnen, sondern präsentiert sie auch als wegweisende Vorbilder für die gegenwärtige Ära.
FR 24.
May
2024
2:30 PM
to
15:30
Chamber music
| Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
The world of music is just waiting to be discovered. So we’re inviting the very, very youngest to come along and explore. And all the while they’re free to crawl about and gurgle away. To laugh and to listen. To sing and to play - and to dance as well! Together with music educator Birgit Reithofer, we’ll use all our senses to explore the world of music, right on the stage. Join in and let yourself go. Find out how the violin and guitar sound really close up - and experience a lot more besides. Come along and explore the world of sound. Let’s all make music together! SUN 8TH OCT 2023: On the land and in the water! SUN 19TH NOV 2023: Twinkles and sparkles galore! FRI 22ND DEC 2023: Merry Christmas! SUN 21ST JAN 2024: A winter wonderland! SUN 11TH FEB 2024: Carnival time! SUN 17TH MAR 2024: Spring is in the air! SUN 21ST APR 2024: Look - it’s a rainbow! SUN 26TH MAY 2024: Out on the fields and deep in the woods! -- RESCHEDULED TO: FRI 24TH MAY 2024 SUN 9TH JUN 2024: Summer’s here! Sunshine, days at the beach, and much more besides ... PLEASE NOTE: This event is held on the stage. Each child on the stage must be accompanied by an adult. Other accompanying adults can buy a ticket to watch from the auditorium. SOLD-OUT EVENTS: Additional visitors can buy tickets for entry to the auditorium from the Box Office.
FR 24.
May
2024
4:00 PM
to
17:00
Chamber music
| Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
The world of music is just waiting to be discovered. So we’re inviting the very, very youngest to come along and explore. And all the while they’re free to crawl about and gurgle away. To laugh and to listen. To sing and to play - and to dance as well! Together with music educator Birgit Reithofer, we’ll use all our senses to explore the world of music, right on the stage. Join in and let yourself go. Find out how the violin and guitar sound really close up - and experience a lot more besides. Come along and explore the world of sound. Let’s all make music together! SUN 8TH OCT 2023: On the land and in the water! SUN 19TH NOV 2023: Twinkles and sparkles galore! FRI 22ND DEC 2023: Merry Christmas! SUN 21ST JAN 2024: A winter wonderland! SUN 11TH FEB 2024: Carnival time! SUN 17TH MAR 2024: Spring is in the air! SUN 21ST APR 2024: Look - it’s a rainbow! SUN 26TH MAY 2024: Out on the fields and deep in the woods! -- RESCHEDULED TO: FRI 24TH MAY 2024 SUN 9TH JUN 2024: Summer’s here! Sunshine, days at the beach, and much more besides ... PLEASE NOTE: This event is held on the stage. Each child on the stage must be accompanied by an adult. Other accompanying adults can buy a ticket to watch from the auditorium.
FR 24.
May
2024
5:00 PM
to
18:30
Interval
Postponed – new date TBA
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Led by their choirmaster, 24 boys in sailor suits sing in concert. Why are they known and loved by people all over the world? Because they remind us that music is the universal language of human emotion, a language which knows no national boundaries. The world-famous Vienna Boys Choir take to the stage at Das MuTh and show off their talents. With youthful energy and charm, they lead their audience on a journey through musical history, taking in not just Mozart, Schubert and Strauss, but World Music and Pop as well. And along the way we’ll no doubt hear a few stories from their history, which stretches back over more than 525 years!
SU 26.
May
2024
2:30 PM
to
15:30
Postponed – new date TBA
Chamber music
| Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
The world of music is just waiting to be discovered. So we’re inviting the very, very youngest to come along and explore. And all the while they’re free to crawl about and gurgle away. To laugh and to listen. To sing and to play - and to dance as well! Together with music educator Birgit Reithofer, we’ll use all our senses to explore the world of music, right on the stage. Join in and let yourself go. Find out how the violin and guitar sound really close up - and experience a lot more besides. Come along and explore the world of sound. Let’s all make music together! SUN 8TH OCT 2023: On the land and in the water! SUN 19TH NOV 2023: Twinkles and sparkles galore! FRI 22ND DEC 2023: Merry Christmas! SUN 21ST JAN 2024: A winter wonderland! SUN 11TH FEB 2024: Carnival time! SUN 17TH MAR 2024: Spring is in the air! SUN 21ST APR 2024: Look - it’s a rainbow! SUN 26TH MAY 2024: Out on the fields and deep in the woods! --> Rescheduled date: SUN 9TH JUN 2024: Summer’s here! Sunshine, days at the beach, and much more besides ... PLEASE NOTE: This event is held on the stage. Each child on the stage must be accompanied by an adult. Other accompanying adults can buy a ticket to watch from the auditorium. SOLD-OUT EVENTS: Additional visitors can buy tickets for entry to the auditorium from the Box Office.
SU 26.
May
2024
4:00 PM
to
17:00
Postponed – new date TBA
Chamber music
| Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
The world of music is just waiting to be discovered. So we’re inviting the very, very youngest to come along and explore. And all the while they’re free to crawl about and gurgle away. To laugh and to listen. To sing and to play - and to dance as well! Together with music educator Birgit Reithofer, we’ll use all our senses to explore the world of music, right on the stage. Join in and let yourself go. Find out how the violin and guitar sound really close up - and experience a lot more besides. Come along and explore the world of sound. Let’s all make music together! SUN 8TH OCT 2023: On the land and in the water! SUN 19TH NOV 2023: Twinkles and sparkles galore! FRI 22ND DEC 2023: Merry Christmas! SUN 21ST JAN 2024: A winter wonderland! SUN 11TH FEB 2024: Carnival time! SUN 17TH MAR 2024: Spring is in the air! SUN 21ST APR 2024: Look - it’s a rainbow! SUN 26TH MAY 2024: Out on the fields and deep in the woods! --> Rescheduled date: SUN 9TH JUN 2024: Summer’s here! Sunshine, days at the beach, and much more besides ... PLEASE NOTE: This event is held on the stage. Each child on the stage must be accompanied by an adult. Other accompanying adults can buy a ticket to watch from the auditorium. SOLD-OUT EVENTS: Additional visitors can buy tickets for entry to the auditorium from the Box Office.
FR 31.
May
2024
5:00 PM
to
18:30
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Led by their choirmaster, 24 boys in sailor suits sing in concert. Why are they known and loved by people all over the world? Because they remind us that music is the universal language of human emotion, a language which knows no national boundaries. The world-famous Vienna Boys Choir take to the stage at Das MuTh and show off their talents. With youthful energy and charm, they lead their audience on a journey through musical history, taking in not just Mozart, Schubert and Strauss, but World Music and Pop as well. And along the way we’ll no doubt hear a few stories from their history, which stretches back over more than 525 years!
FR 31.
May
2024
5:00 PM
to
18:30
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Led by their choirmaster, 24 boys in sailor suits sing in concert. Why are they known and loved by people all over the world? Because they remind us that music is the universal language of human emotion, a language which knows no national boundaries. Over the course of eleven Fridays, the world-famous Vienna Boys Choir show off their talents. With youthful energy and charm, they lead their audience on a journey through musical history, taking in not just Mozart, Schubert and Strauss, but World Music and Pop as well. And along the way we’ll no doubt hear a few stories from their history, which stretches back over more than 525 years!
FR 31.
May
2024
5:00 PM
to
18:30
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Led by their choirmaster, 24 boys in sailor suits sing in concert. Why are they known and loved by people all over the world? Because they remind us that music is the universal language of human emotion, a language which knows no national boundaries. The world-famous Vienna Boys Choir show off their talents in Das MuTh. With youthful energy and charm, they lead their audience on a journey through musical history, taking in not just Mozart, Schubert and Strauss, but World Music and Pop as well. And along the way we’ll no doubt hear a few stories from their history, which stretches back over more than 525 years!
SU 02.
Jun
2024
4:30 PM
to
18:30
Interval
Dance | Performance
| Specials | Children | Young people | Adults
Specials | Children | Young people | Adults
"2nd SUMMER PERFORMANCE" – showcase performance by BALLET POINT – Dance Center Vienna The students in the children’s ballet class, starting from age 5, will perform alongside the training class students and professional guest dancers. The programme features classical ballet and contemporary dance, including “Offenbach Suite” and excerpts from “Don Quixote”. Competition groups perform a range of award-winning choreographed routines.
TU 04.
Jun
2024
4:00 PM
to
17:00
Choral music
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
Im Juni ist es wieder soweit: Die Sommerkonzerte von Superar stehen vor der Tür. An zwei Tagen werden im Konzertsaal der WienerSängerknaben insgesamt vier Konzerte angeboten. Die Kinder und Jugendlichen präsentieren Stücke, die sie im Laufe desSchuljahres mit den Musiker*innen von Superar erarbeitet haben. 
TU 04.
Jun
2024
7:00 PM
to
20:00
Choral music
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
Im Juni ist es wieder soweit: Die Sommerkonzerte von Superar stehen vor der Tür. An zwei Tagen werden im Konzertsaal der WienerSängerknaben insgesamt vier Konzerte angeboten. Die Kinder und Jugendlichen präsentieren Stücke, die sie im Laufe desSchuljahres mit den Musiker*innen von Superar erarbeitet haben. 
WE 05.
Jun
2024
11:00 AM
to
12:00
Choral music
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
Im Juni ist es wieder soweit: Die Sommerkonzerte von Superar stehen vor der Tür. An zwei Tagen werden im Konzertsaal der WienerSängerknaben insgesamt vier Konzerte angeboten. Die Kinder und Jugendlichen präsentieren Stücke, die sie im Laufe desSchuljahres mit den Musiker*innen von Superar erarbeitet haben. 
WE 05.
Jun
2024
7:00 PM
to
20:00
Orchestral music | Classic
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
Im Juni ist es wieder soweit: Die Sommerkonzerte von Superar stehen vor der Tür. An zwei Tagen werden im Konzertsaal der Wiener Sängerknaben insgesamt vier Konzerte angeboten. Die Kinder und Jugendlichen der verschiedenen Orchestergruppen präsentieren Stücke, die sie im Laufe des Schuljahres mit den Musiker*innen von Superar erarbeitet haben.Mit ausgewählten Stücken von Arnold Schönberg, Johannes Brahms und Antonio Vivaldi. 
FR 07.
Jun
2024
5:00 PM
to
18:30
Interval
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Led by their choirmaster, 24 boys in sailor suits sing in concert. Why are they known and loved by people all over the world? Because they remind us that music is the universal language of human emotion, a language which knows no national boundaries. Over the course of eleven Fridays, the world-famous Vienna Boys Choir show off their talents. With youthful energy and charm, they lead their audience on a journey through musical history, taking in not just Mozart, Schubert and Strauss, but World Music and Pop as well. And along the way we’ll no doubt hear a few stories from their history, which stretches back over more than 525 years!
SA 08.
Jun
2024
3:00 PM
to
17:00
Chamber music
| Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
The unser_kind association is committed to cutting-edge medicine using cutting-edge research and is passionate about promoting the health and well-being of sick children and young people. With your generous help, we fund research and innovation in various areas of paediatric and adolescent medicine to ensure maximum quality of life and health for young patients with serious congenital diseases. Crawl and help! The unser_kind association invites the youngest explorers and their families to a crawling concert where little ones can join in. The toddler concert offers a unique opportunity for parents and their toddlers (0-3 years) to explore the world of music in a playful way. Under the expert guidance of music educator Birgit Reithofer, we discover the joy of sounds, rhythms and movement together on stage. Let's sing, dance and laugh together! By purchasing a ticket, you are helping improve research and treatment options for sick children and adolescents.     Tax-deductible donations & contact details The unser_kind association is part of a beneficiary group, so any donations you make are tax-deductible. If you have any questions about donations or the deductibility of donations, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@unser-kind.at.  
SU 09.
Jun
2024
2:30 PM
to
15:30
Chamber music
| Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
The world of music is just waiting to be discovered. So we’re inviting the very, very youngest to come along and explore. And all the while they’re free to crawl about and gurgle away. To laugh and to listen. To sing and to play - and to dance as well! Together with music educator Birgit Reithofer, we’ll use all our senses to explore the world of music, right on the stage. Join in and let yourself go. Find out how the violin and guitar sound really close up - and experience a lot more besides. Come along and explore the world of sound. Let’s all make music together! SUN 8TH OCT 2023: On the land and in the water! SUN 19TH NOV 2023: Twinkles and sparkles galore! FRI 22ND DEC 2023: Merry Christmas! SUN 21ST JAN 2024: A winter wonderland! SUN 11TH FEB 2024: Carnival time! SUN 17TH MAR 2024: Spring is in the air! SUN 21ST APR 2024: Look - it’s a rainbow! SUN 26TH MAY 2024: Out on the fields and deep in the woods! -- RESCHEDULED TO: FRI 24TH MAY 2024 SUN 9TH JUN 2024: Summer’s here! Sunshine, days at the beach, and much more besides ... PLEASE NOTE: This event is held on the stage. Each child on the stage must be accompanied by an adult. Other accompanying adults can buy a ticket to watch from the auditorium. SOLD-OUT EVENTS: Additional visitors can buy tickets for entry to the auditorium from the Box Office.
SU 09.
Jun
2024
4:00 PM
to
17:00
Chamber music
| Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
Concert | Education | Children | Family | Parent & baby | 0-3
The world of music is just waiting to be discovered. So we’re inviting the very, very youngest to come along and explore. And all the while they’re free to crawl about and gurgle away. To laugh and to listen. To sing and to play - and to dance as well! Together with music educator Birgit Reithofer, we’ll use all our senses to explore the world of music, right on the stage. Join in and let yourself go. Find out how the violin and guitar sound really close up - and experience a lot more besides. Come along and explore the world of sound. Let’s all make music together! SUN 8TH OCT 2023: On the land and in the water! SUN 19TH NOV 2023: Twinkles and sparkles galore! FRI 22ND DEC 2023: Merry Christmas! SUN 21ST JAN 2024: A winter wonderland! SUN 11TH FEB 2024: Carnival time! SUN 17TH MAR 2024: Spring is in the air! SUN 21ST APR 2024: Look - it’s a rainbow! SUN 26TH MAY 2024: Out on the fields and deep in the woods! SUN 9TH JUN 2024: Summer’s here! Sunshine, days at the beach, and much more besides ... PLEASE NOTE: This event is held on the stage. Each child on the stage must be accompanied by an adult. Other accompanying adults can buy a ticket to watch from the auditorium. SOLD-OUT EVENTS: Additional visitors can buy tickets for entry to the auditorium from the Box Office.
MO 10.
Jun
2024
7:30 PM
to
21:30
Chamber music | Literature
| Concert | Reading | Adults
Concert | Reading | Adults
Michael Dangl read from his "Hymn to the South" last spring in Das MuTh. Now he plunges headlong into in the hottest, most untamed and liberating season – with his own new poems and trusty companions; Konstantin Wecker spending time on the beach, Bertolt Brecht swimming in lakes and rivers, Henry Miller conversing by the pool, and Marina Tsvetaeva sending her regards from the seaside.
TU 11.
Jun
2024
1:30 PM
to
14:30
Musical theatre | Jazz
| Concert | Adults
Concert | Adults
Experience an afternoon concert packed with swinging rhythms and uplifting melodies. The talented musicians of Trumpets in Concert, led by Leonhard Leeb, will craft a distinctive sonic landscape with their instruments, inspiring you with their infectious joy of playing and exceptional skills. The programme includes classics of the swing genre as well as specially arranged pieces that revive the charm of the ’30s and ’40s. Immerse yourself in a concert pulsating with energy, rhythm, and passion, and allow the music to sweep you away on a captivating journey. We look forward to seeing you here! Presented by: Kulturmittag (The Arts at Lunchtime)
TU 11.
Jun
2024
7:30 PM
to
22:00
Chamber music
| Concert | Adults
Concert | Adults
The music of Johann Sebastian Bach blends emotionality, strictness and clarity, and is distinguished by its absolute timelessness. No musician can escape encountering this central star in the firmament of composers during their training. Some of Bach's three-part inventions in a string trio arrangement are followed by two masterpieces from later centuries, by Ravel and Tchaikovsky, to illustrate what has been learned thanks to Bach.
FR 14.
Jun
2024
5:00 PM
to
18:30
Interval
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Led by their choirmaster, 24 boys in sailor suits sing in concert. Why are they known and loved by people all over the world? Because they remind us that music is the universal language of human emotion, a language which knows no national boundaries. Over the course of eleven Fridays, the world-famous Vienna Boys Choir show off their talents. With youthful energy and charm, they lead their audience on a journey through musical history, taking in not just Mozart, Schubert and Strauss, but World Music and Pop as well. And along the way we’ll no doubt hear a few stories from their history, which stretches back over more than 525 years!
MO 17.
Jun
2024
7:00 PM
to
20:30
Tickets
Tickets available from 27. May 2024
Chamber music | Orchestral music | Classic
| Concert | Young people | Adults
Concert | Young people | Adults
Konzert der Chöre und Instrumentalensembles der Unterstufe des Musikgymnasiums Wien.Unsere Chöre und Ensembles präsentieren zum Abschluss des Schuljahres unterschiedlichste Literatur von Klassik bis Pop. 
TU 18.
Jun
2024
7:30 PM
to
20:30
New music | Performance
| Concert | Education | Young people | Adults | School, secondary level | 8+
Concert | Education | Young people | Adults | School, secondary level | 8+
The first functioning devices were constructed in the early 19th century. It only took on its actual form and function, which we still recognise today, at the turn of the 19th into the 20th century. The distinctive sounds associated with this machine may no longer be familiar: the striking noises, the chime signalling the end of the line, the whirring and rattling of the platen, the clicking of the lever as it moved – altogether, an arsenal of percussive noises imbued with musical qualities. Together with flautist Eric Lamb and pianist Nora Skuta, percussionist Rupert Struber has dedicated an entire programme to this enchanting device, which of course includes the classic of all typewriter compositions, Leroy Anderson's “The Typewriter”. The typewriter, an invention of the arms manufacturer Remington, is also a feminist issue; the “typing lady” – smartly dressed and with the posture of a piano player – was first seen as a threat because writing and working in the administration room was no longer a male domain. However, there was a swift effort by some men to deny women the opportunity to engage in literary production Typing was reduced to a poorly compensated, undervalued occupation for women. As a tangent in the concert, we encounter Arnold Schönberg, who, interestingly, also invented a typewriter!
TH 20.
Jun
2024
7:30 PM
to
21:30
Interval
Orchestral music
| Concert | Young people | Adults
Concert | Young people | Adults
The Peninsula Youth Orchestra (PYO) organisation is based on the San Francisco Peninsula, south of San Francisco, California. PYO was founded by Mitchell Sardou Klein, Director of Music, and Sara Salsbury, Director of Preparatory Orchestras, and is now celebrating its 27th anniversary. PYO is the musical home of over 400 student musicians, who perform in four full orchestras and numerous chamber music ensembles. The main purpose of the organisation is to provide a full range of musical and orchestral experiences for young musicians aged 6 to 18 by bringing them together to learn, rehearse and perform in an educational environment. The members study the traditional orchestral repertoire with a focus on contemporary literature and works by American composers. Under the direction of Mitchell Sardou Klein, PYO’s most advanced orchestra, currently on its 2024 European tour, has toured extensively in Australia, Japan and Europe and received the prestigious ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming of American Music on Tour Abroad in 2000. In recent years, the orchestra has performed at the Sydney Opera House, the Liszt Academy, Dvorak Hall, Palau de Musica Cataluna and other venues in Austria, the Baltic States, England, France, Germany and Italy. Their 2013 tour included appearances in Prague, Leipzig and Dresden, while in 2015 they performed in Nice, Aix-en-Provence and Barcelona and in 2017 they played in Munich, Cremona and Milan. Their last tour in 2019 included performances in Finland, Estonia and Tallinn. The current 2024 tour includes return engagements in Budapest, Vienna and Prague.   Organised by: Q Events AG
FR 21.
Jun
2024
5:00 PM
to
18:30
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults
Led by their choirmaster, 24 boys in sailor suits sing in concert. Why are they known and loved by people all over the world? Because they remind us that music is the universal language of human emotion, a language which knows no national boundaries. Over the course of eleven Fridays, the world-famous Vienna Boys Choir show off their talents. With youthful energy and charm, they lead their audience on a journey through musical history, taking in not just Mozart, Schubert and Strauss, but World Music and Pop as well. And along the way we’ll no doubt hear a few stories from their history, which stretches back over more than 525 years!
SA 22.
Jun
2024
7:30 PM
to
21:30
Interval
Orchestral music
| Concert | Young people | Adults
Concert | Young people | Adults
The Los Angeles Youth Orchestra (LAYO) is 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a noble ambition to cultivate a lifelong passion for music among young musicians by providing opportunities for studying and performing classical and contemporary music. Through their dedication, LAYO contributes significantly to both local communities and the broader cultural landscape. Annually, LAYO supports more than 110 music students, aged 8 to 18, representing 60 different public and private schools. The orchestra rehearses on Sunday afternoons at the Encino Community Centre and performs regularly at Barnum Hall in Santa Monica and the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena. LAYO has also performed at Carnegie Hall and the Walt Disney Concert Hall. The orchestra toured internationally to Vienna and Prague in 2015 and to Italy in 2017. Many of the orchestra’s graduates went on to attend acclaimed universities such as the Juilliard School, Cornell, the Berklee College of Music, UCLA, USC, Harvard and the New England Conservatoire. Russell Steinberg is a Los Angeles-based composer, conductor, pianist and educator. Fanfare magazine described Trio Accento's recording of his American contemporary piano trio PALEFACE on Albany Records as “from galloping cowboys to folk songs and hymns, film noir and pulp fiction... it all fits together beautifully; and it’s fun, too.” The Los Angeles Youth Orchestra recently premièred his new dramatic overture, Diminished Resistance. Three commissioning orchestras – the New West Symphony in Los Angeles, the Bay Atlantic Symphony in New Jersey and the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra in Baltimore – premièred Steinberg’s symphonic poem Cosmic Dust, a musical work featured in Science News Magazine on the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope. His work “Stories From My Favourite Planet”, commissioned by the Daniel Pearl Foundation and based on Pearl’s Wall Street Journal articles, has been performed several times, and the Bay Atlantic Symphony in New Jersey performs Steinberg’s Hanukkah fantasy “Lights On!” every year. Steinberg is the founder and artistic director of the Los Angeles Youth Orchestra, an ensemble that attracts students from over 70 schools in the LA area and performed the Sibelius Symphony No. 2 at Carnegie Hall in June 2022. Steinberg is passionate about music education. He is a popular pre-concert speaker for the Los Angeles Philharmonic and also gives virtual lectures on Zoom. In response to the pandemic, he founded Russell’s Classical Consortium in 2022, a unique Patreon fan community of classical music lovers who learn together and participate in online concerts, lectures and Monday Classical Listening Hangouts. Steinberg holds a Ph.D. from Harvard University with Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Leon Kirchner, an M.M. from the New England Conservatory with Arthur Berger, and a B.A. summa cum laude from UCLA with Elaine Barkin, Roy Travis and Paul Reale. His early instrumental and composition teachers were Dorothy Compinsky (piano, classical guitar, violin), Kenneth Klauss (composition), Earle C. Voorhies (piano), Salome Arkatov (piano) and Ron Purcell (classical guitar).
SU 23.
Jun
2024
1:30 PM
to
15:30
Interval
Dance | Show
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
The students of the Académie de Danse invite you to join them on a thrilling adventure as they bring the beloved tale of "Das Tapfere Schneiderlein" (The Brave Little Tailor) to life in a vibrant production. Join the thrilling quest as the brave heroes battle against giants and robbers, ultimately winning the heart of the princess, in a captivating performance that will transport you to a magical dream world.
SU 23.
Jun
2024
6:30 PM
to
20:30
Interval
Dance | Performance | Show
| Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
Concert | Children | Young people | Adults | Family
The Académie de Danse and partners bring you a captivating evening of dance, filled with passion and energy. Expect a diverse and dynamic program, featuring a fusion of classical and modern styles, including show dance, contemporary, jazz and urban dance. Under the creative direction of Keji Aregbe, Director of Modern Dance, prepare to be delighted by the twists and turns of our innovative programme, which will take you on a thrilling adventure through the world of dance and movement.
WE 26.
Jun
2024
7:00 PM
to
20:30
Orchestral music | Classic
| Concert | Young people | Adults
Concert | Young people | Adults
Hören Sie im MuTh ein schwungvolles Konzert von österreichischer Klassik mit Haydn, über Rossinis Opernmusik bis hin zu Bartóks Rumänischen Tänzen. Die Norwalk Youth Symphony unter Jonathan Yates spielt zu Gunsten des Caritas Hospiz der Erzdiözese Wien & der Hilfswerk Nachbarschaftszentren ein tänzerisch-elegantes Konzertprogramm.Die klangliche Reise führt Sie in die Opernwelt mit Rossinis schwungvollem Barbier von Sevilla bis hin in die Welt der Volksmusik mit Béla Bartóks faszinierenden Rumänischen Tänzen. Das Programm wird abgerundet von den feierlichen Klängen und lebhaften Tanzrhythmen von Joseph Haydns Symphonie Nr. 104 - ein klangliches Fest, das die Zuhörer mit seiner zeitlosen Schönheit verzaubert.Besonders ist der Konzertabend aber auch, weil sich die jungen Musiker aus den USA in den Dienst zweier wohltätiger Organisationen stellen: alle Konzertspenden des Abends gehen an die Hilfswerk Nachbarschaftszentren und an das Caritas Hospiz der Erzdiözese Wien.Die HilfsorganisationenDas Caritas Hospiz der Erzdiözese Wien begleitet schwer kranke, sterbende Menschen und ihre Angehörigen, denn trotz schwerer Krankheit kann vieles getan werden, um die Lebensqualität zu erhalten oder zu verbessern. Die Hilfswerk Nachbarschaftszentren sind Orte des Austausches, der Vernetzung und des Zusammenlebens. Sie stehen mit ihren vielfältigen Angeboten allen offen und sind für Menschen da, die Unterstützung brauchen oder helfen wollen. Veranstalter: Kunst & Kultur – ohne Grenzen 
SU 30.
Jun
2024
7:30 PM
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20:30
Pop | Jazz | Lieder & singing
| Concert | Young people | Adults
Concert | Young people | Adults
The Alexandria Singers is a non-profit choral arts organisation dedicated to providing quality vocal performances in the pop genre, and is due to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2025! With a diverse repertoire and exceptional talent, the ensemble has captivated audiences throughout the Washington DC metropolitan area and in their home town of Alexandria, Virginia. The ensemble has also wowed international audiences on performance tours to Salzburg (2015) and Ireland (2018)! Through large-scale performances, free choral workshops and support for community events, The Alexandria Singers genuinely enrich lives through the transformative power of music. With a dedicated ensemble of over 100 auditioned volunteers, they inspire and strengthen their community. Having already delighted audiences in Prague and Hinterbrühl during their current tour, the group eagerly anticipates their upcoming performance at Das MuTh. Presented by: Q Events AG
TH 19.
Sep
2024
7:30 PM
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21:00
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New music | Out of the ordinary
| Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
Amid heightened awareness of nature, not merely as an idyllic backdrop but as a precious asset imperilled by crisis, the “Klima.Krise.Klingt” concert, led by conductor Jean Beers and the ReAlm Ensemble, serves as a poignant musical reflection on nature and the climate crisis. The first part of the programme begins with Luciano Berio’s “Brin” and “Wasserklavier”, followed by Rebecca Saunders’ “Flesh” – a vocally and musically virtuoso performance that brings the final monologue of Molly Bloom from James Joyce’s “Ulysses” to life. Georg Crumb’s “Makrokosmos” offers a cosmic perspective, stretching from space to Earth, as it explores the intricate relationship between humanity and nature. Each piece in the cycle is uniquely characterized by zodiac signs. The ReAlm Ensemble also performs two improvised pieces: “Hearing inside”, based on collages of Viennese city and nature sounds, and “Animal Farm”, an interaction with the audience that focuses on the animal world and nature sounds. A short interactive workshop invites the audience to become part of the musical exploration themselves. In the second part of the programme, visitors will be taken to the Augarten for a “Sound Walk”. This experience highlights the rich diversity of sounds, their varied textures, and the potential to discover beauty and tranquillity amidst the bustling urban cacophony. It is an invitation to listen to the world with new ears and to deepen the communal experience of listening, which creates closeness and connects people both with the environment and with each other.
TH 26.
Sep
2024
7:30 PM
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21:30
New music
| Concert | Adults
Concert | Adults
Artworks, particularly musical compositions in our context, frequently acquire a unique potency when their creation follows an unconventional path, incorporating elements that supposedly should not be combined in a certain way, or when they challenge established canonical norms through rule-breaking. The tension that can emerge in this way often finds release in joyful discoveries and new insights, prompting reflection on both oneself and the world, or at least give rise to intriguing questions. With music by composer Sonja Mutić and Oliver Johnson, known in the club music sphere as Dorian Concept, we aim to fulfil this promise and leave the audience with compelling questions lingering in the air at the conclusion of our inaugural concert series.   Amuse-Gueule Much like a welcome culinary treat from the kitchen, our version represents an ear-opening introduction, where we extend a direct invitation to interested audience members to join us in anticipation of each concert. In less than an hour, we swiftly navigate through the thrilling highlights of the upcoming programme, allowing our visitors to actively engage in this unique listening experience right in the midst of the ensemble. Starts at 18:15 (free admission). Biglietto sospeso – The Soliticket Inspired by the wonderful Neapolitan tradition of caffè sospeso, where the buyer of a cup of coffee financially supports the cup of an unknown fellow customer in a gesture of solidarity, we present the Biglietto sospeso for the concerts in the YOU BETTER LISTEN! series. It’s essentially a one-for-two deal!
MO 21.
Oct
2024
7:30 PM
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21:00
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New music | Out of the ordinary
| Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
The REIHE Zykan + ensemble under the direction of conductor Michael Mautner is dedicated to exploring whether there is such a thing as funny music - a scepticism that has driven composers from Schubert to Michael Gielen. This sonorous exploration of humour with four voices and electronics explores the boundaries between humour and anarchy, inspired by light-hearted poetry and the unmistakable works of Chaplin. The ensemble breaks with the traditional assumption that humour is the domain of men, thereby also honouring the work of the painter Maria Lassnig, who humorously criticises not only herself but also the male sex in her texts. The programme includes a series of works that create a cascade of sounds, gestures and absurd poetry with humour and cheerful detachment. Highlights include the world premiere of the compositional realisation of two central monologues from Chaplin's "The Great Dictator": the "fake German speech" and the emotive"peace speech", both of which capture the essence of Chaplin's mastery of satire and humanist message. The works by Otto M. Zykan, Michael Mautner, Maria Gstaettner after Maria Lassnig, Ernst Toch, Otto Waalkes, Elfi Aichinger after Maria Lassnig, Kurt Schwertsik, HK Gruber and Ivan Eröd offer a diverse spectrum of musical reflections on humour, from the "Geographical Fugue" for spoken music to "The Bet" and the "Elixir of Life" after Richard Bletschacher. There is also a "Dupcheck" with the audience, who are directly involved in the humorous events. __________ This project is made possible with funding from the Federal Ministry of Arts, Culture, Civil Service and Sport, the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research and the Art Mentor Foundation Lucerne. Thank you for your support!
MO 18.
Nov
2024
7:30 PM
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New music | Out of the ordinary
| Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
The concept of "Visible Music" and "Instrumental Theatre" involves treating gestures, movement, text and voices as equals in the musical composition, creating an innovative interface between new music, theatre and artistic movement. The programme includes works that transform scenic action into sound and expose music-making as a web of relationships. Virtuosity and theatrical scenes merge, based on precise notation and playing from memory. Highlights include Peter Ablinger's "Moabiter Chöre" and Otto M. Zykan's "Verschnitt - Hutszene" as well as "Polemische Arie", which underlines the innovative spirit of the program with the statement "Ich habe eine Erfindung gemacht..." (I've come up with an invention). Other pieces such as John Cage's "Water Walk" in a film recording, Mauricio Kagel's "Aus: Der Turm zu Babel", Carola Bauckholt's "Langsamer als ich dachte" for cello and projection, and Manos Tsangaris' "Wiesers Werdetraum" expand the spectrum. Dieter Schnebel's "Visible music" and Yannis Xenakis' "Psappha per percussioni" demonstrate the breadth and depth of visual music, while Michael Mautner's world premiere "Visible between the lines" for cello, percussion and three vocalists rounds off the program. The concert will also feature Otto M. Zykan's "Kinderreim" (Nursery rhyme), both signed and unsigned, to highlight the diverse expressive possibilities of new music and instrumental theatre. In conjunction with wien modern __________ This project is made possible with funding from the Federal Ministry of Arts, Culture, Civil Service and Sport, the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research and the Art Mentor Foundation Lucerne. Thank you for your support!
FR 06.
Dec
2024
7:00 PM
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21:00
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Family
Concert | Family
Shepherds play an important part in the Christmas story. They may have been just “simple folk”, but they were the first to hear of the birth of Jesus. Many songs tell their story: how they were lying in the fields when they saw the angel; how they were afraid at first, then overcame their fear; and how they made their way to the stable in Bethlehem, where they found the baby Jesus, and they rejoiced. The shepherds in the Bible represent all mankind. Each and every one of us can and should identify with them. The Good Shepherds have become a Christmas tradition here at MuTh. The Vienna Boys' Choir perform music of many kinds, and come together with their audience to celebrate Christmas as one big family. The audience can join in too, of course: whoever wants to can sing along with that wonderful classic “Silent Night”. And that’s how a single concert becomes a festival of music for all the family.
SA 07.
Dec
2024
4:00 PM
to
18:00
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Family
Concert | Family
Shepherds play an important part in the Christmas story. They may have been just “simple folk”, but they were the first to hear of the birth of Jesus. Many songs tell their story: how they were lying in the fields when they saw the angel; how they were afraid at first, then overcame their fear; and how they made their way to the stable in Bethlehem, where they found the baby Jesus, and they rejoiced. The shepherds in the Bible represent all mankind. Each and every one of us can and should identify with them. The Good Shepherds have become a Christmas tradition here at MuTh. The Vienna Boys' Choir perform music of many kinds, and come together with their audience to celebrate Christmas as one big family. The audience can join in too, of course: whoever wants to can sing along with that wonderful classic “Silent Night”. And that’s how a single concert becomes a festival of music for all the family.
SU 08.
Dec
2024
4:00 PM
to
18:00
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Family
Concert | Family
Shepherds play an important part in the Christmas story. They may have been just “simple folk”, but they were the first to hear of the birth of Jesus. Many songs tell their story: how they were lying in the fields when they saw the angel; how they were afraid at first, then overcame their fear; and how they made their way to the stable in Bethlehem, where they found the baby Jesus, and they rejoiced. The shepherds in the Bible represent all mankind. Each and every one of us can and should identify with them. The Good Shepherds have become a Christmas tradition here at MuTh. The Vienna Boys' Choir perform music of many kinds, and come together with their audience to celebrate Christmas as one big family. The audience can join in too, of course: whoever wants to can sing along with that wonderful classic “Silent Night”. And that’s how a single concert becomes a festival of music for all the family.
MO 09.
Dec
2024
7:00 PM
to
21:00
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Family
Concert | Family
Shepherds play an important part in the Christmas story. They may have been just “simple folk”, but they were the first to hear of the birth of Jesus. Many songs tell their story: how they were lying in the fields when they saw the angel; how they were afraid at first, then overcame their fear; and how they made their way to the stable in Bethlehem, where they found the baby Jesus, and they rejoiced. The shepherds in the Bible represent all mankind. Each and every one of us can and should identify with them. The Good Shepherds have become a Christmas tradition here at MuTh. The Vienna Boys' Choir perform music of many kinds, and come together with their audience to celebrate Christmas as one big family. The audience can join in too, of course: whoever wants to can sing along with that wonderful classic “Silent Night”. And that’s how a single concert becomes a festival of music for all the family.
TU 10.
Dec
2024
7:00 PM
to
21:00
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Family
Concert | Family
Shepherds play an important part in the Christmas story. They may have been just “simple folk”, but they were the first to hear of the birth of Jesus. Many songs tell their story: how they were lying in the fields when they saw the angel; how they were afraid at first, then overcame their fear; and how they made their way to the stable in Bethlehem, where they found the baby Jesus, and they rejoiced. The shepherds in the Bible represent all mankind. Each and every one of us can and should identify with them. The Good Shepherds have become a Christmas tradition here at Das MuTh. The Vienna Boys' Choir perform music of many kinds, and come together with their audience to celebrate Christmas as one big family. The audience can join in too, of course: whoever wants to can sing along with that wonderful classic “Silent Night”. And that’s how a single concert becomes a festival of music for all the family.
MO 16.
Dec
2024
7:30 PM
to
21:00
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New music | Out of the ordinary
| Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
Ensemble Phoen vividly captures the multifaceted and magical world of the circus through music. Their performance not only pays homage to the artistry of the circus but also celebrates the enduring musical inspiration that artists and composers have drawn from the captivating circus ring over the centuries. Charlie Chaplin, who composed music for the circus he loved so much, and Nino Rota, who skilfully wove circus music’s tonal structures into film scores starting in the 1950s, exemplify the deep bond between the circus realm and musical creativity. Ensemble Phoen, comprising four saxophones and a pianist, carries on this tradition by reviving the circus spirit through their performance. They adeptly weave selected film clips into their musical experience, creating a captivating visual accompaniment. The programme ranges from Ernst Toch’s “The Juggler” for piano to Igor Stravinsky’s “Circus Polka for a Little Elephant”, also for piano, and Charlie Chaplin’s emotive “Smile”. Nino Rota’s music for “La Strada, Il Circo” and other Fellini films expresses the tonal diversity and emotional depth of circus music. Arnold Zamarin’s “A Clown's Trick” and Viola Falk’s “Traurigkeit und Heiterkeit in Zweisamkeit” (Shared sadness and serenity) complement the programme with modern interpretations and reflections on life in the circus.
TU 28.
Jan
2025
7:30 PM
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21:00
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New music | Out of the ordinary
| Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
The ensemble LUX, accompanied by the outstanding musicians Khosro Soltani and Rosboo, presents an extraordinary concert entitled "1000 und eine Wahrheit – Alte und neue Märchen aus Persie" (1000 and One Truths – Fairytales Old and New from Persia). This programme seamlessly blends classical string quartet music with the distinctive sounds of Ney, Duduk, and Santur, creating a harmonious musical bridge between the Orient and the Occident. The concert invites you on a journey of discovery through improvisations, miniatures and works by composers such as Zoltan Kodaly, Thomas Wally, Reza Vali and György Kurtag. Each piece contributes in its own way to exploring the rich musical landscape of Persia and its links to European musical traditions. The fusion of traditional Persian instruments with a classical string quartet produces a distinctive sonic landscape, breathing life into ancient Persian tales while celebrating the richness of contemporary musical expression. Audiences can anticipate a profound musical experience that transcends cultural boundaries, fostering a dialogue between diverse musical traditions from around the world.
SU 16.
Mar
2025
6:00 PM
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20:30
Interval
Choral music | Rock | Pop | New music | Electronica
| Concert | Young people | Adults
Concert | Young people | Adults
GLOAMING. As the evening sun casts its enchanting colours and long shadows after extended days, there's a unique atmosphere that Scala's music effortlessly conjures in the listener. In recent years, Scala’s works have found their way into countless Hollywood movies. The winning formula lies in the seamless fusion of compelling visuals with the distinctive sound of Scala, consistently eliciting unique and powerful emotions in the listener. This effect is also achieved during their acclaimed live performances. With GLOAMING, the Kolacny brothers have curated the pinnacle of their Hollywood repertoire, promising an evening filled with emotions and goosebumps. SCALA, an all-female choir, specialises in recording and performing popular rock, metal, hip-hop, dance and pop songs with classical arrangements. The choir is conducted by Stijn Kolacny, with piano accompaniment and song arrangements by Steven Kolacny. Historically, cover songs have frequently taken centre stage, notably featuring in numerous trailers for Oscar-nominated films like Zero Dark Thirty and The Social Network. They’ve also left their mark on a plethora of well-known TV series, including Sex Education, Downton Abbey, The Simpsons, Sons Of Anarchy, Homeland, Desperate Housewives, Lucifer and Nikita. More recently, the cover of Smells Like Teen Spirit feature in the acclaimed series Kurt Cobain – Montage of Heck, while their rendition of Alanis Morissette's “You Ought To Know” became a notable part of the documentary chronicling her album “Jagged Little Pill.” SCALA & Kolacny Brothers have now recorded over 250 songs in various languages, which are available for licensing and dubbing purposes. Scala occasionally undertakes specific commissions for these occasions.   Presented by: Fratelli B.V.
TU 08.
Apr
2025
7:30 PM
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21:00
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New music | Out of the ordinary
| Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
Concert | Education | Adults | School, primary level | School, secondary level | 8+
The Chaos String Quartet, hailing from four European countries, can do it all – playing string quartets by Otto M. Zykan and Jörg Widmann classically with two violins, viola and cello. Their ability to also create music with toothbrushes and winter jackets is both virtuoso and astonishing! For the ensemble, there is no such thing as impossible. Composer Manuela Kerer masterfully turns the seemingly impossible into something significant and grand. As a result, her piece aptly bears the title “IMPOs II.” The ensemble’s sonic landscape is replete with overtones, spectra, and a kaleidoscope of tonal colours. Even electric toothbrushes become captivating instruments when you truly listen to them. Composer Carola Bauckholt takes a bold departure from traditional string instruments. Instead, she invites the ensemble to create music using the fabric of their jackets – the very clothes they are wearing! They stroke, tap, squeak, and clap while intently studying their sheet music. Their piece, entitled Hirn und Ei (Brain and Egg), culminates in a furious cacophony of noise.
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