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Mon, 13. May 2019
Children’s opera in the MuTh
Four delightful operas, specially adapted for children, including an international guest performance. Continuing our highly successful collaboration with Wiener Taschenoper.
Photo: Reinhard Werner
Innehalten — Pause for Reflection
Going right back to their roots: the Vienna Boys’ Choir sing sacred choral music, while guest speakers offer some stimulating food for thought..
Steude in the MuTh
Going right back to their roots: the Vienna Boys’ Choir sing sacred choral music, while guest speakers offer some stimulating food for thought.
Bartolomeys in the MuTh
Franz and Matthias Bartolomey take to the stage alongside long-standing creative friends, such as the Josefstadt actor Michael Dangl, violinist Benjamin Schmid, and his wife, the pianist Ariane Hearing.
Schorny in the MuTh
Matthias Schorn is solo clarinettist with the Vienna Philharmonic, and has founded not only an musical ensemble, but also a festival. You can get a glimpse into all these aspects here at MuTh.
Minetti Quartett in the MuTh
Lively performances of works by the masters of the string quartet tradition: the internationally renowned Minetti Quartet return to once again curate their very own cycle.
Daniel Ottensamer in the MuTh
Performing in a variety of settings over the course of two evenings, Daniel Ottensamer demonstrates his instrument’s impressive musical bandwidth.
NEXT GENERATION IN THE MUTH
The future belongs to the brave. Several fine young musicians who met at Musikgymnasium Wien make their first appearances at MuTh, as do three highly regarded string quartets
G’mischter Satz (a blended vintage) in the MuTh
Schubert Lieder sung in English, Wienerlied and Schrammelmusik (Viennese folk music from the 19th century), Gulda and Artmann, jazz standards and that big band sound: there’s something here for everybody!
Christian Altenburger in the MuTh
From J.S. Bach to Kurt Schwertsik: Christian Altenburger performs with friends and students from the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, and invites you to an evening with H.K. Gruber.
My favourites in the MuTh 1
Charismatic singers such as Helen Schneider and Monika Ballwein cover a musical smorgasbord from jazz to the Beatles, and Adele Neuhauser reads from her uplifting memoirs, accompanied by the Edi Nulz Band. And we hear once more the sound of those great chanteuses, Edith Piaf and Marlene Dietrich.
My favourites in the MuTh 2
Three musical readings – two on the theme of “Love and connection”, one on life and the music of Arik Brauer – plus an unusual concert evening, with dance and piano music.
Mozart in my hands in the MuTh
Mozart’s piano concertos held a special place in his heart. MuTh and Junge Philharmonie Wien trust themselves into the hands of some talented young pianists.