Johannes Wildner Conducts the Tonkünstler Orchester Niederösterreich

Operetta at the highest level will also be on offer in Grafenegg: In a gala concert of the Tonkünstler Orchester Niederösterreich titled “Operetta Magic”, conducted by Johannes Wildner, soloists Julia Kleiter, soprano, and Benjamin Bruns, tenor, will present well-known and lesser-known pieces by Franz Lehár, Robert Stolz, Franz von Suppé, Johann and Josef Strauss, and Carl Michael Ziehrer, not forgetting Jacques Offenbach.…

Johannes Wildner bids Sønderborg a fond farewell

After six years as the orchestra’s Principal Conductor, Austrian Johannes Wildner will bid farewell to the Danish Philharmonic, the Sønderjyllands Symfoniorkester in Sønderborg. He marks the end of his tenure as chief conductor with the traditional season closing concert, the St. Hans Concert. For the future, regular concerts and CD recordings with the orchestra under his direction are planned. Danish Philharmonic – Sønderjyllands…

Johannes Wildner with Austrian Contemporary Music in Denmark

Conducting a program that combines various epochs of Austrian music, Johannes Wildner with the South Danish Philharmonic Orchestra (Sønderjyllands Symfoniorkester): The second violin concerto by HK Gruber, who celebrated his eighty-first birthday with a gala concert with the RSO Vienna at the Vienna Konzerthaus in April, and the violin concerto “Oskar” by Johannes Maria Staud — both dedicated to the evening’s soloist, Ernst Kovacic.…

Johannes Wildner in Sønderborg

Johannes Wildner’s great strength has always been his versatility — he has never allowed himself to be pigeonholed. In the first of two concerts with his South Danish Symphony Orchestra, he is placing a strong accent on the Nordic program featuring works by Grieg, Nielsen, Berwalt, and Sibelius. For the second, he juxtaposes works by Mozart and Honegger: the Gran Partita for winds and the…

Johannes Wildner with Amy Beach in Sønderborg and with the Hofer Symphoniker

On International Women’s Day, March 8th, Johannes Wildner will conduct Amy Beach’s “Gaelic Symphony,” the first symphony written by a woman in America, with the Southern Denmark Philharmonic; the second part of the program will feature Isabell Keulen as the soloist in Beethoven’s Violin Concerto. In what must by now count as an annual tradition, he returns to the Hofer Symphoniker for a diverse…


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Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
Works by F.v. Suppè, Johann andJosef Strauss, F. Lehár, C.M. Ziehrer, J. Offenbach and R. Stolz
Julia Kleiter, soprano
Benjamin Bruns, tenor
13 July 2024, Wolkenturm Grafenegg

Accademia Vicino – Accumoli
Chamber Orchestra Workshop 2024
19 – 27 August 2024

Vienna Johann Strauss Orchestra
National Holiday Concert
25 October 2024, Graz
26 October 2024
Sumi Jo, soprano
Works by Johann and Josef Strauss

Tyrolean Youth Orchestra – 20 Years
31 Oktober 2024, Brixen, Forum Brixen
 November 2024, Innsbruck, Congress/Saal Innsbruck
09 November 2024, Erl, Festspielhaus
Carl Nielsen: Helios Overture, op. 17
Peter I. Tchaikovsky: 1st piano concerto op. 23 b-minor
Soloist: Michael Schöch
Nikolai Rimski-Korsakov: Scheherezade op. 35

Hof Symphony Orchestra
15 November 2024, Hof, Festsaal der Freiheitshalle
Joaquín Turina: La oración del torero, op. 34
Joaquín Turina: Concierto de Aranjuez for guitar and orchestra
Soloist: Ricardo Gallén
Juan Crisóstomo de Arriaga: Symphony d-major

International Masterclasses Berlin
Symphonic Journey XIII – Purely Wiener Klassik
18.-22. November 2024
J. Haydn: Symphony No. 88 in G major Hoboken I/88
W. A. Mozart: Symphony No. 35 in D major KV 365 <Haffner>
L. v. Beethoven: Coriolan Overture; Symphony No. 4 in B♭ major Op. 60

Vienna Johann Strauss Orchestra
Tour to Taiwan, China, Japan, Korea
26. Dezember 2024 – 17. Januar 2025