SS PROKOFIEV · Symphony No. 1, Symphonie Classique, D major, Op. 25
L.v. BEETHOVEN · Symphony No. 1 in C major, Op. 21
O. CRUIXENT · Oraculum op. 72, for percussion and orchestra,
Sound journey through the 7 chakras
Prokofiev's Symphony No. 1, known as the "Classical", exudes cheerfulness and cheerfulness.
Leonard Bernstein called them a prime example of humor in music. More than 100 years earlier, on April 2, 1800, Beethoven's Symphony No. 1 was premiered in what is now Vienna's Burgtheater. The composer ushered in a new century with dance-like rhythm, energy and cheerfulness. This is followed by a sound journey through the seven chakras, the centers of human spiritual power, with the Oraculum, which premiered in 2019, with percussionist Vivi Vassileva. 30 different instruments from the marimba, the cymbal to the Japanese drum will be heard.
Vivi Vasileva · Multi-percussion
Elisabeth Fuchs · Conductor
SA · 4. February 2023 · 19: 30
SO · 5. February 2023 · 18: 00
Great University Hall, Salzburg
Concert duration approx. 120 minutes. Concert with a break.
Ticket prices: € 12 to € 59
In the 4-subscription, 25% cheaper
Organizer · Tickets: Salzburg Philharmonic and Children's Festival
Photo © Adriana Yankulova