Elias Keller is an exceptional talent on the piano. In May 2021, the 14-year-old was awarded the "Goldene Note" classical music prize, and since then he has been conquering the music world at breakneck speed. This is his second time on stage with the Salzburg Philharmonic. Elisabeth Fuchs is convinced that this is just the beginning of a long-term collaboration with him.
Do you hear the difference? The standard pitch, which has been in force in many countries since an international conference in London in 1939, was set at 440 Hertz. Like many orchestras, the Salzburg Philharmonic even tunes to 443 Hertz. The effect will be all the greater if Elisabeth Fuchs asks her musicians to tune their instruments to 432 hertz in a concert. An experiment, because the two chamber tones are supposed to have a completely different effect on the listener.
WA MOZART · Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, KV 488
J. PACHELBEL · Canon in D Major · Played once at 443Hz and once at 432Hz
GF HÄNDEL · Water Music Suites, excerpts from Suites I, II and III · Played at 432Hz
Elijah Keller · Piano
Elisabeth Fuchs · Conductor
SA · 05. March 2022 · 19: 30
SO · 06. March 2022 · 18: 00
(originally: February 05/06, 2022)
Great University Hall, Salzburg
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Concert duration: approx. 90 minutes without a break.
Ticket prices: € 12 to € 59
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