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June 2023

02June20:00L'École de MannheimUster (CH, near Zurich) - Stadthofsaal Uster

Event Details

JFranz Xaver Richter: Sinfonia IV [d-Moll] aus: Sei Sinfonie a più strumenti opera IIIa
Ludwig August Lebrun: Konzert F-Dur für Oboe und Streicher (Erstveröffentlichung Paris 1777)
Anton Fils: Symphonia II [g-Moll] aus: Six Simphonies à quatre parties obligées avec cors de chasse ad lib. Œuvre IIme (La Chevardière / Huberty, 1760)
Carl Stamitz: Simphonie concertante [Es-Dur] à plusieurs instruments et exécutée au Concert spirituel für Violine, Oboe, Viola und Fagott solo, Streicher und 2 Hörner ad lib. (Heina, 1775)
Ignaz Holzbauer: Sinfonia I [Es-Dur] aus: Six Simphonies à huit partie obligé, deux violons, deux hautbois ou flutes, deux cors alto et basse Œuvre IIIe (Bérault, 1769)

Carin van Heerden & Philipp Wagner, oboe
Julia Huber-Warzecha, violin
Lucas Schurig-Breuß, viola
Makiko Kurabayashi, bassoon
L’Orfeo Barockorchester
Michi Gaigg, conductor

What would they have been, the masters of the Mannheim School – first and foremost Johann Stamitz as its founder, his sons Carl and Anton, the Kapellmeister of Viennese origin, Ignaz Holzbauer, who was appointed to him in 1753, the supposed outsider and lateral thinker Franz Xaver Richter or their congenial, early deceased comrade-in-arms Anton Fils, without the European musical capital of the time, Paris, and its lively and broad-based publishing scene? It was precisely these minds and their innovative musical creations that decisively shaped concert life there from the late 1750s to the 1780s – an outstanding position that was only to be disputed by the works of a certain Joseph Haydn.


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