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A Spectacular Concert Series featuring Alma Deutscher and the Strauss Capelle Vienna!
Alma Deutscher: Child Prodigy Turned Master Composer
Alma Deutscher (born 2005) began playing the piano at the age of two and the violin at the age of three. At the age of six she composed her first full piano sonata. A violin concerto and a piano concerto followed, which she has performed as a soloist with orchestras around the world, including her sold-out debut at Carnegie Hall in New York in 2019. Her first full-length opera, Cinderella, premiered in Vienna when she was 11 years old and caused a worldwide sensation among the public and the press. Her music has been released on several CDs and DVDs, including by the Vienna State Opera and by Sony Classical.
A world of pure
Alma Deutscher, the prodigious young musician and composer, has taken the classical music world by storm. And now, she's coming to the Mozart Saal in Konzerthaus Wien to showcase her extraordinary talent alongside the acclaimed Strauss Capelle Vienna.
Featuring pieces from Alma's own opera, her stunning violin sonata, and timeless classics from Strauss and Mozart - this concert series promises to be a musical extravaganza like no other.From delicate melodies to powerful crescendos, the performances will transport you to a world of pure musical magic.
With 10 concerts to choose from, there's no excuse to miss out on this incredible opportunity to experience Alma's virtuosity and the Strauss Capelle Vienna's exceptional talent. Don't miss your chance to witness history in the making. Mark your calendars and get ready to be swept away by the sounds of Meet Alma. We'll see you at the Mozart Saal in Konzerthaus Wien!
The Wiener Konzerthaus enjoys a unique reputation as a venue, which is based on three merits: dealing with tradition in a lively way, opening new audiences with a courageous concert program and being open to new developments. These virtues have accompanied the Konzerthaus since its beginnings.
Konzerthaus Wien, Lothringerstraße 20,
1030 Wien – Mozart Saal
Musikverein Wien is famous for its Golden Hall's acoustics and architecture. It was founded in 1812 and hosts renowned orchestras and soloists. The annual New Year's concert of the Vienna Philharmonic is the most famous event. It also has the Brahms Hall for chamber music.
Musikverein Wien, Musikvereinsplatz 1,
1010 Wien – Brahms-Saal