Rosenkavalier Suite & Vivaldi's Gloria with large choir
Elisabeth Fuchs conducts Richard Strauss

It doesn't have gigantic dimensions, but it's a big achievement - a stroke of genius. Vivaldi's Gloria in D major, musically representative and diverse in form and style, is one of the most popular works of sacred music.
– BR-Klassik, Tafel-Confect from August 15.08.2021, XNUMX

Photo © Erika Mayer

Photo © Christian Sommerhoff

Photo © Antje Wolm

Photo © Erika Mayer

R. STRAUSS · “Don Juan”, tone poem, op. 20
R. STRAUSS · “Rosenkavalier Suite”, op. 59
A.VIVALDI · “Gloria” RV 589, D major

The Gloria is probably Antonio Vivaldi's best-known sacred work and one of the most popular vocal works of the Baroque period. In the twelve parts of his composition, Vivaldi shows the full range of his artistry between festive, sublime outer movements and delicate, transparently orchestrated solo passages. But before the Gloria makes its impressive appearance with the 200-strong choir of the Salzburg Philharmonic, Richard Strauss' Rosenkavalier and Don Juan break the hearts of all listeners.

Elizabeth Breuer · Soprano
Christa Ratzenboeck Mezzo soprano
Elisabeth Fuchs · Conductor
Choir of the Philharmonie Salzburg
Philharmonic Salzburg

THU October 24, 2024 · 19: 30
FRI October 25, 2024 · 15:00 p.m. · 19:30 p.m

Big festival house, Salzburg

Estimated duration of each concert 120 minutes. Concerts with a break.

Ticket prices: € 25 to € 109
Organizer · Tickets: Philharmonie Salzburg
In the 3-subscription, 25% cheaper

By subscription
25% cheaper