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Classical Clarinet - an evening with Concentus21

Hosted by a member of the Vienna Classical Music Group
Starts in 1 week 1 day
Sat 24 Nov 19:30 - 21:30

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As Concentus21 is starting into its anniversary season being founded already 15 years ago, there is an exciting program waiting for the audience. The start will be at this concert in November with a soloist who is an amateur like everyone else in the orchestra. In his daily life, he works at KPMG and in his spare time, he plays the clarinet. I'm talking about the soloist of this concert: Johann Kronthaler. His warm tone and his soulful interpretation fit perfectly to the clarinet concert by Krommer, that he will play together with the orchestra.

The orchestra will also play an Ouverture by Schubert and Haydns 103rd symphony dubbed the "drumroll symphony" due to its unique featuring of the timpani.

Those of you who are repeat attendees might already know about Concentus21, all others feel free to check out the website to learn more. Protected content . As an amateur orchestra, we are a nonprofit organization and earnings go towards supporting live music and young talents here in Vienna. We are open to musicians of intermediate level and up who enjoy making music together and currently have members from Austria, Germany, Korea, Canada, and Iran just to name a few.

Join me for this exciting evening in the true spirit of Viennese music-making :)

If you intend to come, please buy your tickets via the webshop Protected content ). You'll have the choice of seating and can print or download to your phone.

Hope to see you there!

PS: we will meet atProtected content There will be drinks available during the intermission and you'll be able to meet the soloist and other members of the orchestra.