Kalender / Calendar

2019 (ARCHIVE)

 

UPCOMING:

OCTOBER 19, 20:30h - Stephansdom Vienna

Mozart: Requiem

Cornelia Horak, Soprano 

Hermine Haselböck, Mezzo-soprano

Thomas Ebenstein, Tenor

Klemens Sander, Bass

XOP Baltic Choir, Member of  Chorus Viennensis, Wiener Domorchester

Satoshi Kawasaki, Conductor

 

NOVEMBER 1, 10:15h - Stephansdom Vienna

Beethoven: Missa in C major

Wiener Domchor, Wiener Domorchester, Markus Landerer, conductor

live on Radio Klassik, free entry

www.dommusik-wien.at

 

NOVEMBER 15, 20h - Florentinersaal, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität Graz  (Leonhardstr. 15) - voice student concert - Hermine Haselböck

"melodies francaise"

Songs and arias by Bizet, Duparc, Delibes, Gounod, Liszt, Offenbach, Poulenc and Wagner with Jerilyn Chou, Adrienn Csóka, Helena Damnjanović, Jutta Hochörtler, Marija-Katarina Jukić, Katarina Kopjar and Anna Sophia Theil. Rita Melem plays piano. Free entry.

 

DECEMBER 4, 24h - Stephansdom Vienna

Mozart: Requiem zur Todesstunde

Mozart Memorial Chor, Mitglieder des Chorus Viennensis, Wiener Domorchester

Tomomi Nishimoto, conductor

 

DECEMBER 10, 19:30 - Michaelerkirche Vienna 

Mozart: Requiem (version with 2 pianos)

Addison Singers

David Wordsworth, conductor

 

DECEMBER 21 - Musikverein Vienna

Haydn: Harmony Mass

Markus Landerer, conductor

www.musikverein.at

tickets

 

DECEMBER 26, 10:15 - Stephansdom Wien

Haydn: Harmoniemesse

Markus Lander, conductor

live on Radio Klassik, free entry

www.dommusik-wien.at

 

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2020

MARCH 6

Schubertiade Weiz, Konzertsaal

Songs by Eröd (Krokodilslieder), Dowland and Mahler

Hermine Haselböck, mezzo-soprano

Sigrid Präsent, violin

Rita Melem, piano

 

MAY 30

Seoul Art Center - Seoul, Korea

Mahler: Kindertotenlieder and Lied von der Erde

Hermine Haselböck, mezzo-soprano

Alfred Kim, tenor

Bucheon Philharmonic Orchestra

Young Min Park, conductor

 

AUGUST 7

Steinbacher Philharmonische Wochen

Songs by Beethoven

Hermine Haselböck, mezzo-soprano

Christoph Traxler, piano

 

performances in the past:

-> Hermine Haselböck's artistic timeline in chronological order