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Vienna’s best orchestras play for free –

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Have you come across a concert given by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra or Radio Symphony Orchestra? This is possible on Friday at the “Orchestra for All”. In this event, concerts in Hernal should become a meeting place between musicians and listeners.

Turning those who don’t like concerts into big fans: That’s what the Day of the Orchestra for All campaign wants. The goal of public concerts is to reach people who would not normally attend classical music and opera concerts. RSO bassist Marcelo Padilla explains: “The audience has the opportunity to ask us questions and you can connect with people who don’t normally attend orchestra concerts. Everything is very lively.”

Orchestra Day / Martina Natter

Not only played in Vienna: the “Orchestra for All” working day is held all over Austria

Opera and electric bass

A music marathon will be held at Dornerplatz in Hernals from 4:15 pm: short concerts will take place all over the square. Among them is one from Wiener Symphoniker, who performs pop classics from Mozart to ABBA with trumpet, trumpet, and electric bass. A few meters away, visitors can hear excerpts from The Magic Flute: The Vienna Philharmonic plays the sounds of the opera. A swing trio from Orchester der Vereinigte Bühnen Wien will also play the sounds of jazz on the field.

You can also try playing the treble oboe by the Vienna Volksoper Orchestra, composed by soloist Josef Bednarek. The Tonkunstler Orchestra travels in Lower Austria more than St. Pölten to play Schubert and Purcell.

A four-piece radio symphony orchestra performs at a subway station

Orchestra Day / Evelyn Mom

In 2019, the RSO quartet played in an underground station: this year, the subway concerts had to be moved to Dornerplatz due to the pandemic

A type of live radio broadcast

A trio of the ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra will present a very special souvenir from 4:15 pm to 6 pm, says Radio Symphony moderator and co-organizer Evelyn Mum: “There will be a radio where you can turn the knobs a little bit and you can choose such a style of music. “

There are three types of music to choose from on My Radio. “Based on our tradition, we decided not only to play Ö1 music, but also to prepare typical songs from FM4 and Ö3.” Bassoonist Padilla gives a small look: “I don’t want to expect too many surprises, but we have, among other things, a tiger’s eye equipped.” The final RSO concert was followed by a final concert by the Vienna Professional Orchestra.

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