Gatti and Viennese Traditions

18 April 2017

Pavia

Tuesday 21:00 / Teatro Fraschini

PROGRAMME

FRANZ SCHUBERT: Symphony no. 6 in C major D 589

ANTON WEBERN: Five Movements op. 5

ANTON WEBERN: Langsamer Satz for String Quartet

FRANZ SCHUBERT: Symphony no. 3 in D major D 200

  • Conductor Daniele Gatti
ABOUT THIS CONCERT

This tour presents two distinct sides of Vienna through a programme featuring works by Schubert and Webern – both composers who are strongly associated with the Austrian capital, albeit at very different times in music history.

In this programme, Artistic Advisor Daniele Gatti and the MCO continue their examination of the symphonic tradition by shifting their focus from the symphonies of Beethoven to those of Schubert. His third and sixth symphonies are complemented by Webern’s Five Movements and Langsamer Satz, both works from the Second Viennese School composed almost 100 years after the two Schubert symphonies on the programme, at a time when classical music was on the verge of modernism.

The MCO appeared most recently in Pavia in January 2015, also under the baton of Daniele Gatti, in a performance that was part of its Beethoven symphonic cycle.


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CONCERTS THIS TOUR

17 April 2017 Budapest

Monday 19:30pm / Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

Works by: Franz Schubert, Anton Webern

With: Conductor Daniele Gatti

19 April 2017 Bologna

Wednesday 20:30pm / Auditorium Manzoni

Works by: Franz Schubert, Anton Webern

With: Conductor Daniele Gatti

20 April 2017 Reggio Emilia

Thursday 20:30pm / Teatro Romolo Valli

Works by: Franz Schubert, Anton Webern

With: Conductor Daniele Gatti

21 April 2017 Cremona

Friday 21:00pm / Teatro Amilcare Ponchielli

Works by: Franz Schubert, Anton Webern

With: Conductor Daniele Gatti