Hymn of Praise: Johannes Wildner conducts Mendelssohn and Schumann in Sofia

Johannes Wildner expresses his conviction of the importance of shaping the future again with great energy and many ideas after the crisis with a concert with the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra on March 18 in Sofia. Together with Elena Bashkirova as soloist, he will perform Schumann’s Piano Concerto in a minor, op. 54 and Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 2 “Lobgesang (Hymn of…

Concert: Johannes Wildner with a Brahms-and-Beethoven programme in Aabenraa and Flensburg

Faced with severe restrictions due to Covid-19, the Sønderjylland Symfoniorkester and its principal conductor Johannes Wildner fight for the chance to be there for their audience. This time around, Johannes Wildner conducts the orchestra through the Egmont-Ouverture and the Fourth Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven; the two pieces bracket Brahms’ Double Concerto in A minor, op. 102, for violin, cello,…

Chamber Music: Johannes Wildner at the Burg Gars

On Friday, September 4th, Johannes Wildner presents the first Burg Gars Schubertiade, with Schubert’s string quintet in C headlining the programme. This is also the final entry in the series of musical and literary evenings that the Burg Gars  offered in lieu of “Carmen”  which was moved to 2021.

Acting debut: Johannes Wildner plays Beethoven!

To honour Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday, Michael Korth wrote the play “Ich, Beethoven”. Beethoven and his nephew Karl talk about life, love, art, and living for the arts. Johannes Wildner as Beethoven and his son Andreas as the composer’s nephew will also perform musically in this production that will see its world première, with Michael Fichtenberg as director, at Schloss Thalheim. Also in…


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18 March 2021, 07.00 pm
Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra
Bulgarian National Philharmonic Choir
Robert Schumann: Piano concerto a minor op. 54
Soloist: Elena Bashkirova
Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Symphony no. 2, op. 52 “Lobgesang”

9/10 April 2021  postponed to May 2021
Alsion, Sonderborg / Rybe Domkirke
Sønderjylland Symphony Orchestra
Antonin Dvořák: Stabat Mater

18 April 2021, 3:30 pm
Musikverein Wien
Wiener Symphoniker – Klassik Hits im Goldenen Saal
moderiertes Familienkonzert mit Marko Simsa
Bedřich Smetana
Ouvertüre zur Oper „Die verkaufte Braut”
Auftritt der Komödianten aus der Oper „Die verkaufte Braut”
Die Moldau. Symphonische Dichtung aus dem Zyklus „Mein Vaterland“
— Pause —
Julius Fucik
Einzug der Gladiatoren, op. 68
Florentiner-Marsch, op. 214
Antonín Dvořák
Slawischer Tanz C-Dur, op. 46/1
Slawischer Tanz e-Moll, op. 72/2
Slawischer Tanz g-Moll, op. 46/8
Symphonie Nr. 9 e-Moll, op. 95, „Aus der Neuen Welt” – 4. Satz (Allegro con fuoco)