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The resurrection of a music legend: A Symphonic Tribute to Queen (press release from May 03.05.2024, XNUMX)

The completely sold-out premiere of “A Symphonic Tribute to Queen” took place last night in the Großer Festspielhaus Salzburg. A total of over 10.000 tickets were sold for the crossover program by Elisabeth Fuchs and the Salzburg Philharmonic. The Austrian “Queen of Pop” Monika Ballwein and musical star Philipp Büttner shone as vocal soloists, while the large Philharmonic choir supported with 200 selected voices.

Exceptional talent Elias Keller causes cheers in the concert hall (press release from April 22.04.2024, XNUMX)

Together with the Salzburg Philharmonic and Elisabeth Fuchs, 16-year-old solo pianist Elias Keller performed Tchaikovsky's world-famous Piano Concerto No. 1 last weekend, causing much cheering in the concert hall.

Anniversary concert 200 years of Anton Bruckner (press release from April 14.04.2024, XNUMX)

In honor of the great Austrian composer, the Salzburg Philharmonic Orchestra played Bruckner's 7th Symphony under chief conductor Elisabeth Fuchs and, in cooperation with the Mozart Music High School and the Salzburg Music High School, Bruckner's impressive vocal work “Te Deum”.

Scheherazade & 1001 Nights in the Harem (press release from March 18.03.2024, XNUMX)

Last weekend, the Salzburg Philharmonic Orchestra and Elisabeth Fuchs took the concert audience in the Great University Hall on a journey into oriental music worlds. The sensitive playing of violin soloist Cosima Soulez Larivière enchanted the audience, as did the impressive reading by actor Frederic Böhle, which provided a literary framework for the concert evening.

Elisabeth Fuchs presents the 2024/25 concert program of the Salzburg Philharmonic and Children's Festival (press release from March 14.03.2024, XNUMX)

After a brilliant anniversary season (the Salzburg Philharmonic celebrated its 2023th anniversary in October 25), an exciting new season begins for Elisabeth Fuchs and her orchestra next June and a new era with the planned move to their own rehearsal house in Salzburg-Nonntal. The concert program remains firmly anchored in the classical orchestral concert, but also reflects the willingness and courage to take new paths in order to make classical music accessible to as many people as possible.

IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ORCHESTRA: Improvisation artist Galina Vracheva plays Mozart “from the moment” (press release from March 08.03.2024, XNUMX)

The audience of the innovative concert series IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ORCHESTRA cheered over an extraordinary interpretation of Mozart's 20th Piano Concerto in D minor and Beethoven's magnificent 7th Symphony. The new subscription cycle of the Philharmonie Salzburg and Elisabeth Fuchs will take place in a new venue in the city of Salzburg starting next season.

Mozart with Jazz & Beethoven fortissimo (press release from March 07.03.2024th, XNUMX)

On Wednesday evening, the concert audience in the Mozarteum Great Hall was able to look forward to two highlights: On the one hand, Mozart's Piano Concerto in D minor was performed, which improvisation miracle Galina Vracheva garnished with playful jazz cadences. On the other hand, Beethoven's magnificent 7th Symphony swept through the almost sold-out concert hall - and led to real storms of enthusiasm.

Late Romanticism up close (press release from February 23.02.2024, XNUMX)

On Thursday, February 22nd, at the Center for Visions, the Salzburg Philharmonic Orchestra under chief conductor Elisabeth Fuchs played the late romantic program that had already been acclaimed the Wednesday before in the Mozarteum Great Hall, thereby showing itself to be courageous not only programmatically, but also in terms of the setting.

Great emotions with Rachmaninoff and Zemlinsky (press release from February 22.02.2024, XNUMX)

On Wednesday evening in the Mozarteum Great Hall, the Salzburg Philharmonic Orchestra under chief conductor Elisabeth Fuchs played two highly emotional orchestral works in a late romantic style: Sergei Rachmaninoff's “Symphonic Dances” and Alexander von Zemlinsky's orchestral fantasy “The Mermaid”.

Carnival concert of the Salzburg Children's & Youth Philharmonic (press release from February 12.02.2024, XNUMX)

How does it sound when mice and pirates Astor Piazzolla, Camille Saint-Saëns and WA Mozart play? If they have rehearsed as diligently as the committed young talents of the Salzburg Children's & Youth Philharmonic, really good!