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|Konzerte Karlskirche Wien|
|Karlskirche Wien, Argentinierstraße 1, 1040 Wien|
|02 October 2023|
VIVALDI | The Four Seasons
Orchestra 1756 (on period Instruments) • Soloists of the Salzburger Konzertgesellschaft
St. Charles Church was finished in 1737. Four years later, on July 28th, 1741, Venetian composer Antonio Vivaldi died in Vienna. He was buried just a few meters from St. Charles Church at “Spittaler Gottesacker“ (God's Acre). Today, neither the cemetery with Vivaldi's grave, nor Mozart's grave, exist. The Technical University was built on the grounds of the former cemetery. A simple stone plaque on the building commemorates Vivaldi's brilliance in composing.
The so called “Four Seasons“ is a compilation of four revolutionary violin concerts. Four poems - which might've been written by Vivaldi - are the image of the composition which shows us furious thunder storms and flashes, breaking ice and twittering of birds, sleeping shepherds, barking dogs, a band of hunters and many more spectacular impressions.
VIVALDI: The four seasons
VIVALDI: Aria “Amorose ai rai del sole“ opera “Orlando furioso“ RV 728
VIVALDI: Aria “Ah che infelice sempre“ cantata “Cessate, omai cessate“ RV 684 g-Moll
VIVALDI: Aria “Zeffiretto che scorre“ opera “Giustino“ RV 717
VIVALDI: Aria “Gelido in ogni vena“ opera “Farnace“ RV 711
(parts of the program may change depending on the concert date)
Information for people with a disability:
Unfortunately, the Karlskirche does not have barrier-free access.
The evening staff is happy to help guests to get into the church, but the guest must be carried up 12 steps. With an electric wheelchair this would not be possible and the guests are asked to arrive at 7.30 pm as the staff is busy at 7.45 pm from the official entrance.
Information about the categories (free seating within the categories):
Kat. I: front section (Row 1-13)
Kat. II: middle section (behind Kat. I)
Kat. III: rear section (behind Kat. II)
Please note that access to the concerts in the Karlskirche is only permitted from the age of 6.