Johanna Rosa Falkinger © Martin Rainer; Johannes Fleischmann © Tommaso Tuzj; Andreas Thaller © Rafael Hintersteiner
Summer Concert • Johanna Rosa Falkinger, Johannes Fleischmann, Andreas Thaller
Concert
Arnold Schönberg Center
Tuesday, 03 August 2021
6.30 pm
Johanna Rosa Falkinger © Martin Rainer; Johannes Fleischmann © Tommaso Tuzj; Andreas Thaller © Rafael Hintersteiner
 

Johanna Rosa Falkinger soprano
Johannes Fleischmann violin
Andreas Thaller piano

Richard STÖHR aus 4 Lieder mit Violine op. 65
   1. Die Stadt am See

Akos BANLAKY aus 5 songs nach e. e. cummings op. 20
   being to timelessness
   silently
   in time of daffodils

Samuel BARBER  aus Hermit Songs op. 29
   Nr. 4. The Heavenly Banquet

Erich Wolfgang KORNGOLD aus Four Shakespeare Songs op. 31
   Nr. 1 Desdemona’s Song

Andreas THALLER Spaces III. Lied nach Erich Fried

Arnold SCHÖNBERG aus Brettl-Lieder
   Nr. 4. Jedem das Seine
   Nr. 5. Mahnung

Timna BRAUER It starts in Vienna

Kurt SCHWERTSIK aus Brautigan Songbook op. 23
   Lovers
   30 cents, two transfers, love
   I live in the twentieth century

Leonard BERNSTEIN Silhouette (Galilee)

Fritz KREISLER Viennese Rhapsodic Fantasietta

Richard STÖHR aus 4 Lieder mit Violine op. 65
   4. Am Sonnenberg

Free admission (registration required)

There was a vibrant, tense relationship between New York and Vienna in the last century, characterized by loss and gain, flight and arrival, foreignness and a sense of home. How did artists preserve their European heritage, and how did they have to adapt to the new world? Erich Wolfgang Korngold and Egon Wellesz dealt with English texts in their compositions, and Richard Stoehr became a respected teacher of generations of American composers, including Leonard Bernstein and Samuel Barber. On the other hand, American modernism influenced Austrian composers such as Kurt Schwertsik and Akos Banlaky. One beginning of these cross-relationships is a central figure in music history: Arnold Schoenberg from Vienna.

Cooperation Arnold Schönberg Center and »-tonWerk-«, Forum für Neue Musik

The concert will be streamed live on facebook and YouTube.