The Philharmonics

Wednesday 9th October 2013, 7:30 PM
Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic

The Philharmonics

Performers

THE PHILHARMONICS
Tibor Kováč – violin
Roman Jánoška – violin
Thilo Fechner – viola
Stephan Koncz – cello
Ödön Rácz – double bass
Daniel Ottensamer – clarinet
František Jánoška – piano

Programme

George Enescu (1881–1955) – Rhapsodie Roumaine No. 1 (arr. Jacques Enoch)
Camille Saint-Saëns (1835–1921) – Dance macabre (arr. Tibor Kováč)
Tibor Kováč (*1967) – Yiddische Mame (G. Mahler’s Themes & Jewish standards)
Dmitry Shostakovich (1906–1975) – Waltz from Jazz Suite Nr. 2 (arr. Tibor Kováč)
Astor Piazzolla (1921–1992) – Oblivion (arr. František Jánoška)
Johannes Brahms (1833–1897) – Hungarian Dance Nr. 5 (arr. František Jánoška)
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Tibor Kováč (*1967) / František Jánoška (*1986) – K&K Rhapsody
Fritz Kreisler (1875–1962) – Caprice viennois (arr. Tibor Kováč)
Fritz Kreisler (1875–1962) / Django Reinhard (1910–1953) / František Jánoška (*1986) – Presto Fight
Fritz Kreisler (1875–1962) – Schön Rosmarin (arr. Tibor Kováč)
František Jánoška (*1986) – Musette pour Fritz (Hommage á Fritz Kreisler)
Jerry Bock (1928–2010) – Fidlikant na streche (arr. František Jánoška)

THE PHILHARMONICS

Seven young gifted musicians – mostly members of the Vienna Philharmonic and Berliner Philharmoniker – founded an ensemble in 2007 and on the basis of classical sound and virtuosity they search for the roots of classical music in folk inspirations, klezmer tradition and Gypsy music. They do not limit themselves by European music, being intimate also with tango and Latin jazz. Since the 2011/2012 season The Philharmonics have had their own subscription cycle in Vienna Konzerthaus, they perform at festivals, they have got the invitations from Riccardo Muti and Valery Gergiev. Their new CD ‘Oblivion’ released in June 2013 by Deutsche Grammophon is being sold in 46 countries of the world. Returning from the Japan tour the ensemble will come to BMF. Members of The Philharmonics are known also from our concert stages: violinists Tibor Kováč and Roman Jánoška, viola player Thilo Fechner, cellist Stephan Koncz, double bass player Ödön Rácz, clarinettist Daniel Ottensamer and pianist František Jánoška.

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