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Beethoven Violin Concerto Op. 61

Alternative Solo Violin  based on the original Autograph

AUNER

QUARTETT

Praised for their "stylistic confidence and willingness to impress with emotions - for all four of them chamber music seems to be the essence of music itself"; (Austrian National Radio ORF Ö1, "Intrada") the Viennese Auner Quartett is rapidly making itself known in the chamber music world. The group holds a special residence in Vienna, performing monthly in the baroque hall of the former Vienna City Hall, today known as "Bank Austria Kultursalon", won the Eugéne Ysaye competition in Belgium and is currently featured on the cover of PAYE 2019/20

Mödlinger Symphonisches Orchester

Artistic Director

The Symphony Orchestra of the City of Mödling, close to Vienna in Austria presents its new chief conductor - the Austrian Violinist Daniel Auner. Season 2020 includes performances of a Beethoven Ouverture in the beginning of every concert and invited soloists like Alexandra Tirsu, Joseph Avila and Simon Reitmaier. In summer 2020 the orchestra will tour through Greece with a simply classical programm.

Daniel Auner proudly plays on "D'Elia" - a Giovanni Battista Guadagnini Violin 1752 that belongs to the collection of the Austrian National Bank. The instrument sounds even better with DOMINANT PRO strings by Thomastik Infeld.

Copyrights:
The audio  files on this site are copyright protected by Daniel Auner, Wiener Konzerthaus, Tonkünstler Orchestra, Gramola Vienna, Robin Green, the Vienna Mozart Trio and Irina Auner.
Fotos: © Andrej Grilc, Shirley Suarez and Nancy Horowitz