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2018.10.26 (FRI) 08: 00 pm Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Center

    50,000(R), 30,000(S), 10,000(A)

conductor- Roland Kluttig

※ Artists, program, date and venue are subject to change.

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About the Concert


FRI Oct 26, 2018 20:00 | Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Center

Roland Kluttig, conductor

Tabea Zimmermann, viola


Arnold Schönberg, Five orchestral pieces op. 16 (1949 orchestral version) *Korean premiere

York Höller, Viola Concerto 

* Asian premiere, jointly commissioned by SPO and Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne/Acht Brücken Festival

------------------------Intermission 15mins ----------------------------------------

Karlheinz Stockhausen, Gesang der Jünglinge *Korean premiere

Marc-André Dalbavie, Concertate il suono * Asian premiere

Total Duration: 90 minutes(incl. intermission)

 pre-concert talk 30mins prior to the beginning of the concert(in Korean)


“I feel air from another planet” declared Arnold Schönberg – and when, in 1912, he premiered his Five Orchestral Pieces, it was the musical equivalent of splitting the atom. Tonight, guest conductor Roland Kluttig and the Seoul Philharmonic harness that energy and follow modern music as it spirals off into strange and wondrous new universes of sound. We’ll experience the intergalactic electronica of Stockhausen’s Gesang der Jünglinge. The fabulous spatial adventures of Marc-André Dalbavie. And a piece so new that it’s almost hot to the touch: York Höller’s Viola Concerto, fresh from its premiere, and performed tonight in Seoul by Tabea Zimmermann, one of the outstanding viola players of this – or any – age.

Program Note by Richard Bratby

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