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Kammeroper

Theater an der Wien at the Kammeroper

Location & directions

Kammeroper

Fleischmarkt 24
1010 Wien
48.210216.3782

Kammeroper, Fleischmarkt 24 , 1010 Wien

Parking

Nutzen Sie die günstige Parkmöglichkeit in der BOE-Garage, Morzinplatz 1 (Franz-Josefs-Kai), 1010 Wien für einen entspannten Theaterbesuch.
Sie können dort – nur 5 Gehminuten von der Wiener Kammeroper am Fleischmarkt entfernt – zum ermäßigten Kulturtarif von € 5,20.- am Tag der Vorstellung von 18:00 bis 7:00 Uhr am nächsten Tag parken.

Sie erhalten die VERGÜTUNGSKARTE KAMMEROPER an der Abendkasse (ab 1 Stunde vor Vorstellung) in der Wiener Kammeroper.

WICHTIG: Beim Einfahren in die Garage ein Parkticket ziehen. Wenn Sie nach dem Theaterbesuch zur Parkgarage zurückkehren, stecken Sie zunächst ihr Parkticket in den Kassenautomaten > anschließend die VGK Kammeroper. Sie erhalten dann den Kulturtarif von € 5,-, den Sie dann direkt vor Ort am Automaten bezahlen.

Seating plan

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Orchestra

Bach Consort Wien ©Julia Wesely

 

The Bach Consort Wien

 

The Bach Consort Wien - conducted by Rubén Dubrovsky – is one of Austria’s most important Baroque ensembles. In addition to numerous performances in the Vienna Musikverein, the ensemble is regularly present on concert stages throughout Europe.

The rediscovery of works by important Baroque composers is a relevant aspect of the ensemble’s activity. In the aim of this spirit, Bach Consort Wien presented the first performance in modern times of the oratorio Christo nell’ Orto by Johann Josef Fux, during the 2010 Fux anniversary as part of the OsterKlang Wien and Psalm Graz festivals. Easter music by the Vienna court composer Francesco Bartolomeo Conti with countertenor Franco Fagioli followed in 2012.

The world premiere of Pergolesi’s La Maddalena al sepolcro at Ancona Cathedral in 2011, which UNITEL CLASSICA recorded as part of its cycle of the complete works by Pergolesi on DVD, was another milestone achieved by the ensemble. And, in 2013, Rubén Dubrovsky’s first edition of the opera seria Polifemo, a masterpiece by Nicola A. Porpora, was presented at the Theater an der Wien to great success.

Soloists including Verónica Cangemi, Florian Boesch, Bernarda Fink, Carlos Mena, Emma Kirkby, Terry Wey, Deborah York, Antonio Giovannini, Kirsten Blaise, Yetzabel Arias, Yeree Suh, Gianluca Buratto, Daniel Johannsen, Franco Fagioli, Christophe Coin and Erich Höbarth have concertized with the ensemble.

Other places the Bach Consort Wien has performed include the ORF Radiokulturhaus, OsterKlang Vienna, Palais Esterházy in Eisenstadt, Styriarte Graz, Brucknerhaus Linz, Feldkirch (Austria), Händelfestspiele/Halle, Festival Rhein Vokal, Schwetzingen (Germany), Winterthur (Switzerland), Ancona (Italy), Palau de la Musica Valencia, Palau de la Musica Barcelona (Spain) und Estoril Festival (Portugal).

The ensemble’s concerts have been broadcast by ARTE, ORF, HR, SWR, MDR and Catalunya Música.

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Vienna Chamber Orchestra

The Vienna Chamber Orchestra was founded in the year 1946. The former chief conductor Carlo Zecchi and the guest conductors Yehudi Menuhin and Sándor Végh were special partners for the Orchestra. Chief conductors of the recent past were Christoph Eberle, Philippe Entremont, Ernst Kovacic and Heinrich Schiff. Since 2004, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra has been working with the associate guest conductor Joji Hattori.

In May 2008, Stefan Vladar was appointed the new chief conductor of the Vienna Chamber Orche­stra. Together with him, the Orchestra could again clearly define its national and inter­natio­nal rank.

The list of prominent conductors, soloists and singers demonstrates the international importance of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra: Piotr Anderszewski, Martha Argerich, Rudolf Barshai, Lidia Baich, Cecilia Bartoli, Elena Bashkirova, Elisabeth Batiashvili, Teresa Berganza, Ian Bostridge, Rudolf Buchbinder, Joseph Calleja, Thomas Carroll, Gianluca Cascioli, Frédéric Chaslin, Karel Mark Chichon, Jurek Dybal, Richard Egarr, Adrian Eröd, Daniela Fally, Isabelle Faust, Adam Fischer, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Ingrid Fliter, Reinhold Friedrich, Elina Garanca, Hélène Grimaud, Edita Gruberova, Friedrich & Paul Gulda, Theodor Guschlbauer, Clemens & Veronika Hagen, Viviane Hagner, Lynn Harrell, Heinz Holliger, Janine Jansen, Kiri Te Kanawa, Angelika Kirchschlager, Patricia Kopatchinskaja etc.

The Vienna Chamber Orchestra plays a number of concerts in the Vienna Konzerthaus. In addition to hosting the series of Matinees and International Prizewinners, it appears as a guest in the Symphonie Classique and Voices concerts in the Main Hall of the Vienna Konzerthaus. It is also a guest at the major festivals and concert halls worldwide. Amongst a number of other important international engagements, the Orchestra has repeatedly been invited to Princeton (US). The international reputation of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra is documented by worldwide tours and its regular appearances in virtually all major European cities.

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