Thu 28 Mar
7:30 pm | Vienna Musikverein, Glass Hall
Listen to the best that the music literature for chamber orchestra has to offer! A selected programme ranging from Vivaldi to Bizet to Mahler, performed in a charming chamber orchestra setting, with delicate instrumentation and a large sound structure.
The Harvard-Westlake Chamber Orchestra impresses with a varied and wide-ranging repertoire, with works by American and European composers, covering all the important eras of music literature. The programme selection includes works by long-popular Baroque and Classical contemporaries such as Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" and Mozart's "Flute Concerto in G Major". These are joined by great Romantics such as Mahler and Bizet. The latter with the world-famous "Suite No. 1" from the opera "Carmen" - true gems of orchestral literature. Under the direction of the highly respected chamber musician Dr Neli Nikolaeva, the young musicians of the Harvard-Westlake Chamber Orchestra will show themselves from their best side and prove why the chamber music programme at Harvard Westlake School is one of the top-class musical training programmes in the USA.
Look forward to a promising evening, full of atmosphere and musical depth, which is also dedicated to a good cause and gives you the opportunity to donate to the Hilfswerk Neighbourhood Centres.
The Hilfswerk Neighbourhood Centres are places of encounter, exchange and social cohesion. They are open to everyone with their wide range of services. They are there for people who need support or want to get involved in a lively neighbourhood. Solidarity, respect, equal opportunities and participation are their principles.
The net proceeds from the concert support the important work of the Hilfswerk neighbourhood centres.