Christoph von Dohnanyi http://wrti.org en The Philadelphia Orchestra In Concert On WRTI: Christoph von Dohnanyi, Schubert, And Bruckner http://wrti.org/post/philadelphia-orchestra-concert-wrti-christoph-von-dohnanyi-schubert-and-bruckner <p>Venerated conductor Christoph von Dohnányi conducts the music of two Viennese masters <strong>this Sunday, July 21st&nbsp; at 2 pm</strong>,&nbsp;in a Philadelphia Orchestra concert from last March&nbsp;at Verizon Hall.</p><p><strong>Franz Schubert's </strong>beloved <strong>"Unfinished" Symphony</strong> has taken a rightful place among the standards of the repertoire, even if we may never understand why he abandoned the work after just two enduring movements. And <strong>Anton <strong>B</strong>ruckner's Symphony No. 4, "Romantic," </strong>was his first great symphonic success, a breathtaking work that inspires audiences every time it's performed.</p><p>Composed 52 years apart, the two works are tailor-made for the dense, glorious string sound of The Fabulous Philadelphians.</p><p>Christoph von Dohnanyi talks about the works at Intermission with WRTI's&nbsp;Jim Cotter.&nbsp; Also, during Intermission, WRTI's Susan Lewis discusses the importance of the conductor's approach when performing these two works with Philadelphia Orchestra Concertmaster David Kim.</p><p>It's&nbsp;<em>Viennese Masters&nbsp;</em>with The Philadelphia Orchestra, this Sunday from 2 to 4 pm. <strong>Gregg Whiteside is host and producer.</strong></p><p><a href="http://www.philorch.org/concert/viennese-masters-1?date=2013-03-16_20-00" target="_blank"><strong>Detailed Program Notes Here at The Philadelphia Orchestra's Website</strong></a></p><div class="column"><p><strong>PROGRAM:</strong></p><p><strong>Schubert: <span>Symphony in B minor ("Unfinished")</span></strong></p><p>INTERMISSION</p><p><strong>Bruckner: <span>Symphony No. 4 ("Romantic")</span></strong></p></div><p> Thu, 18 Jul 2013 17:34:06 +0000 Gregg Whiteside 6197 at http://wrti.org The Philadelphia Orchestra In Concert On WRTI: Christoph von Dohnanyi, Schubert, And Bruckner Mozart, Beethoven, Dohnanyi, and Philadelphia http://wrti.org/post/mozart-beethoven-dohnanyi-and-philadelphia <p></p><p>WRTI will broadcast a <a href="http://www.wrti.org/post/lutoslawski-mozart-and-beethoven-philadelphia-orchestra-concert-wrti-july-14-2-pm"><strong>Philadelphia Orchestra performance of music of Mozart and Beethoven</strong></a> this Sunday, highlighting some musical connections between these two masters. As WRTI’s Susan Lewis reports, on the podium will be Christoph von Dohnanyi who has a longtime connection with the Philadelphians.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>http://youtu.be/X1pTc2bV0LY</p><p></p> Sun, 14 Jul 2013 11:43:08 +0000 Susan Lewis 6148 at http://wrti.org Mozart, Beethoven, Dohnanyi, and Philadelphia Lutoslawski, Mozart, and Beethoven: The Philadelphia Orchestra In Concert On WRTI, July 14, 2 PM http://wrti.org/post/lutoslawski-mozart-and-beethoven-philadelphia-orchestra-concert-wrti-july-14-2-pm <p>Guest conductor Christoph von Dohnanyi&nbsp;conducts The Philadelphia Orchestra in a concert from last March that offers the spirit of Mozart a connecting thread. Perhaps not surprising since, in 1787, the 16-year-old Beethoven traveled to Vienna from his native Bonn to study with Mozart. Though little is known about their encounter, Beethoven, according to legend, impressed the master, but could stay in Vienna only a short time before being called home to tend to his dying mother. Although he never would never see Mozart again, who had died by the time he returned to Vienna to study with Haydn, Beethoven greatly esteemed him as a model.<br><br>In the first half of the program this afternoon, we’ll hear one of Mozart’s most dramatic piano concertos, Number 20, in the passionate key of D minor, one which Beethoven himself particularly &nbsp;admired, and for which he in fact wrote the cadenzas that pianist <strong>Rudolph Buchbinder </strong>will perform.<br><br>During intermission, we’ll hear from both maestros Dohnanyi and Buchbinder as they speak with WRTI's Jim Cotter. The program will conclude with Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony, a turning point not only in Beethoven’s career, but in the history of music!<br><br>The concert begins with one of Witold Lutoslawski's&nbsp;most accessible and highly expressive works from the &nbsp;1940s and '50s, his&nbsp;<em>Funeral Music</em>. Gregg Whiteside is host and producer. <strong>Sunday, July 14, 2 to 4 pm.</strong></p><p><a href="http://www.philorch.org/concert/beethovens-eroica-0?date=2013-03-09_20-00"><strong>More information, including program notes, on The Philadelphia Orchestra's website</strong></a><br><br>Christoph von Dohnányi - Conductor<br>Rudolf Buchbinder - Piano<br><br><strong>PROGRAM:</strong><br>Lutoslawski - <em>Funeral Music</em><br>Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 20, K. 466<br>INTERMISSION<br>Beethoven - Symphony No. 3 ("Eroica")</p><p> Sat, 13 Jul 2013 14:21:21 +0000 Gregg Whiteside 6178 at http://wrti.org Lutoslawski, Mozart, and Beethoven: The Philadelphia Orchestra In Concert On WRTI, July 14, 2 PM Viennese Masters: The Philadelphia Orchestra in Concert On WRTI http://wrti.org/post/viennese-masters-philadelphia-orchestra-concert-wrti <p><strong>Listen on Sunday, April 14, 2 to 4 pm </strong>to two works, composed 52 years apart, that are tailor-made for the dense, glorious string sound of The Fabulous Philadelphians: Franz Schubert's Symphony No. 8 in B minor, also known as the <em>"Unfinished Symphony," </em>and Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 4, <em>"Romantic."</em></p> Thu, 11 Apr 2013 19:04:10 +0000 Gregg Whiteside 5386 at http://wrti.org Viennese Masters: The Philadelphia Orchestra in Concert On WRTI The Philadelphia Orchestra In Concert on WRTI: Dohnanyi Conducts Beethoven and Mozart http://wrti.org/post/philadelphia-orchestra-concert-wrti-dohnanyi-conducts-beethoven-and-mozart <p>Guest conductor<strong> Christoph von </strong><strong>Dohnany</strong>i conducts The Philadelphia Orchestra this <strong>Sunday, April 7th from 2 to 4 pm</strong> in a program featuring Witold Lutoslawski<em>'s</em><em> Funeral Music - </em>one of the most accessible works by the 20th-century Polish composer. It will be followed by a performance of Mozart's darkly sublime <em>Piano Concerto No. 20 </em>with pianist <strong>Rudolph Buchbinder</strong>, who speaks with WRTI's Jim Cotter during intermission.&nbsp;</p> Thu, 04 Apr 2013 16:21:58 +0000 Gregg Whiteside 5359 at http://wrti.org The Philadelphia Orchestra In Concert on WRTI: Dohnanyi Conducts Beethoven and Mozart Mozart and Beethoven, Dohnanyi and Philadelphia http://wrti.org/post/mozart-and-beethoven-dohnanyi-and-philadelphia <p></p><p>WRTI will broadcast a Philadelphia Orchestra performance of Mozart and Beethoven this Sunday, highlighting some musical connections between these two masters.&nbsp; As WRTI’s Susan Lewis reports, on the podium will be Christoph von Dohnanyi who has a longtime connection with the Philadelphians.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>http://youtu.be/D0qfPv3viS8</p><p></p><p> Tue, 02 Apr 2013 02:02:49 +0000 Susan Lewis 5328 at http://wrti.org Mozart and Beethoven, Dohnanyi and Philadelphia