Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Iván Fischer

mit Fatma Said (Artist in Residence) und Olivia Vermeulen
Konzerthausorchester Berlin Iván Fischer Conductor Fatma Said Soprano Olivia Vermeulen Mezzo-soprano
Giacomo Puccini „Crisantemi“ für Streichorchester Gustav Mahler „Blumine“ (ursprünglicher 2. Satz der Sinfonie Nr. 1 D-Dur) Richard Strauss „Wiegenlied“ (Richard Dehmel) op. 41 Nr. 1 Richard Strauss „Winterweihe“ (Karl Henkell) op. 48 Nr. 4 Richard Strauss „Ich wollt ein Sträußlein binden“ (Brentano) op. 68 Nr. 2 Richard Strauss „Morgen!“ (John Henry Mackay) op. 27 Nr. 4 Pause Antonín Dvořák „Mährische Duette“ op. 38 (Auswahl) Bedřich Smetana „Mein Vaterland“ - Zyklus Sinfonischer Dichtungen (Auszüge)

Soprano Fatma Said, Artist in Residence at the Konzerthaus Berlin for the current season, has long felt at home on Gendarmenmarkt – after all, the Cairo-born singer completed her studies at the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music. In this concert, she can be heard for the first time during her Berlin residency. Honorary conductor Iván Fischer will take to the podium with a programme that includes songs by Richard Strauss and, together with mezzo-soprano Olivia Vermeulen, Dvořák’s “Moravian Duets”. The Konzerthausorchester will also play excerpts from Smetana’s symphonic poems “My Fatherland”. Doesn’t ring a bell? You’ll certainly be familiar with the most famous piece, “The Moldau”!

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