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Public Performances and Co-Productions

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Monday, March 1st 2004, 6 p.m.
Literaturhaus, library, Seidengasse 13, 1070 wien
general meeting

Sunday, May 16th 2004, 11.30 a.m.
Landesmusikschule Wels
‚Verboten - verfolgt...’
Lecture by Primavera Gruber on the composers Klaus George Roy, Vally Weigl, Franz Mittler and on the Orpheus Trust.

Monday, June 21st 2004, 8.00 p.m.
Musikverein, Gläserner Saal/ Magna Auditorium, Bösendorferstraße 12, 1010 Wien
benefit-concert for the Orpheus Trust
Kurt Roger (1895 - 1966) - a portrait
A cooperation of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien with the Orpheus Trust
Tickets EUR 30,--/ 15,--
box-office Musikverein tel.: 01/ 505 81 90, fax: 01/ 505 81 90-94, e-mail: tickets@musikverein.at
http://www.musikverein.at

Tuesday, September 28, 2004, 7.30 p.m.
Bösendorfer Saal, 1040 Wien, Graf Starhemberg-Gasse 14 
Preisträgerkonzert des Wettbewerbs „Verfemte Musik“ in Schwerin 
Concert of the winners of the first international competition "Verfemte Musik" in Schwerin (Germany) with the categories piano solo, chamber music and song. 

In cooperation with Bösendorfer and Jeunesse / Musikalische Jugend Österreich.

Patronage: Hans-Henning Horstmann, ambassador of the federal republic of Germany
http://www.jeunessesmusicales.de/ jm/VerfemteMusikAusschreibung.pdf

Thursday, November 4, 2004, 7.30 p.m.
RadioKulturhaus, 1040 Wien, Argentinierstraße 30a
Mit leichtem Gepäck: Gerhard Bronner präsentiert junge Stars mit vergessener Musik
Echte Berliner Nächte - Wien-Berlin und retour
Berlin nights - Vienna-Berlin and return

Music by Curt Bry, Hanns Eisler, Wilhelm Grosz, Fritz Kreisler, Rudolf Nelson, Oscar Straus, Arnold Schönberg, Erwin Schulhoff, Karl Wiener, Alexander Zemlinsky a.o.

Artists: Thomas Feichtinger, clarinet; Salome Kammer, voice; Cornelia Löscher, violin; Florian Müller, piano; Michaela Reingruber, saxophone
Special guest: Wolfram Berger

Tickets:
3 concerts (november 4, 2004; april 4, 2005; june 8, 2005)
EUR 57,-
EUR 51,- members Orpheus Trust and Ö1 Club
EUR 27,- students
1 ticket
EUR 20,-
EUR 18,- members Orpheus Trust and Ö1 Club
EUR 10,- students

box office
RadioKulturhaus: 01/ 501 70 377
e-mail: radiokulturhaus@orf.at
http://radiokulturhaus.orf.at/

Change of starting time! Sunday, november 28, 2004, 8.00 p.m.
Wiener Konzerthaus, Mozartsaal, 1030 Wien, Lothringerstraße 20
Opening Concert of the 'France-Festival' of the Orpheus Trust
France as country of transit and exile for musicians persecuted by the nazi-regime
Music by Hanns Eisler, Norbert Glanzberg, Max Deutsch and Paul Arma.
Christina Ascher, Mezzo-Soprano
Ensemble 'die reihe' conducted by Andreas Mitisek

Box Office
Wiener Konzerthaus
PF 140, A-1037 Wien
Phone: 0043/01/242 002
Fax: 0043/01/242 00 110
Info-Line: 01/ 242 00 100
E-Mail: ticket@konzerthaus.at
Internet: www.konzerthaus.at

tickets: EUR 19,-- / 17,10 for members
of the Orpheus Trust and/or the Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft
EUR 9,50 reduced for students

Info Orpheus Trust: 0043/01/ 526 80 92
http://www.konzerthaus.at

December 1, 2004, 6.00 p.m.
Künstlerhaus, Passagegalerie, Karlsplatz 5, 1010 Wien
'Mouvement dans le Mouvement' - Exhibition Paul Arma
from December 2, 2004 - January 6, 2005
Opening hours: 2.00 p.m. - 7.oo p.m. except monday
free entrance

December 1, 2004 vernissage
Welcome speaches by Mag. Peter Bogner (Künstlerhaus) and Dr. Heinz Lunzer (Orpheus Trust)
Michaela Reingruber plays 'Trois contrasts' ffor saxophone solo by Paul Arma

Thursday, december 2, 2004, 7.00 p.m.
Albert-Schweitzer-Haus, Halle, Schwarzspanierstraße 13, 1090 Wien
Evangelische Akademie Wien, costs: EUR 5,-
Eine Zeitzeugin berichtet. Aninka aus Theresienstadt
Greta Klingsberg was born 1929 in an assimilated jewish familiy in Vienna. When her parents emigrated to Palestine on an illegal ship, she and her sister stayed behind in an orphanage in Brno. In 1942 she was deported to KZ Theresienstadt. There she sang the female chief part in Hans Krása's children opera 'Brundibár'. Greta survived - her sister did not - the hell of Auschwitz. After the liberation she came to her parents to Israel, where she lives today and works as musician and in broadcasting.
Moderation: Roland Ritter-Werneck
http://www.evang.at/akademie

 

 



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