When & Where
Via Umberto I 11, Località Costa Morbello
Saturday 25 July, 6:00 pm
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Suite D-Dur, HWV 349 (Watermusic) for trumpet and piano
1. Alla Hornpipe
6. March (Bourrée)
Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise, Op.26 for flute and piano
Play, piano play
from Suite for flute and piano:
4. Veloce. Jazzy
(arranged for trumpet, flute and piano by Christian Löw)
Vienna Symphony Virtuosi
Rudolf Gindlhumer, flute
Christian Löw, trumpet
Karl Eichinger, piano
The Vienna Symphony Virtuosi were founded 40 years ago to perform chamber music in various occupations. Commited to Viennese music and sound the extraordinary ensemble performs not only Baroque and Classical music, but also the Oeuvre of contemporary music and Jazz.
The ensemble has built up a very popular series of concerts in Vienna, the VSV also did many tours throughout the world.
Tours in Europe, USA, China, South Africa, Middle East, Canada.
In Austria: Musikverein Vienna, Festival Grafenegg, Bregenzer Festspiele, Carinthischer Sommer, Brucknerhaus Linz, Wiener Festwochen, Haydn Festspiele Eisenstadt, Musikwochen Millstatt, Kultursommer St. Paul, Festwochen Gmunden, Festwochen Innsbruck etc.
CD, Radio and TV recordings.
Press wrote about them: “Concert of extra class”, “Outstanding virtuosity in performance”, “Perfect performance of ensemble”, “special Viennese ”, “Enthusiasm”, “…an exceptional programme guaranteed”, “Gulda’s Prelude and Fugue: Eichinger performed the difficult composition excellently”.
Rudolf Gindlhumer, flute. Studies at the Conservatory “Anton Bruckner” in Linz and at the Viennese University for Music and Performing Arts. Flutist at “Wiener Volksoper” Prof. at the Vienna Conservatory for music, many concerts with VSV in Austria, Europe, Asia and USA.
Christian Löw, trumpet. He is a member of Vienna Symphony Orchestra, before he played with Düsseldorf Symphonic Orchestra, Duisburg Philhamrmonic orchestra and others. He teaches at numerous master-classes, since 2017 he is a member of “Vienna Symphony Virtuosi.
Karl Eichinger, piano. Studies at the Viennese University for Music and Performing Arts and at the Vienna Conservatory (piano, jazz piano). Intense concert activity as soloist and in chamber music, Radio-, TV- and CD recordings, artistic director of Vienna Symphony Virtuosi and several festivals.