Foto: Uwe Noelke

A vienna native, GOTTLIEB WALLISCH appeared on the concert stage for the first time at the age of seven and made his debut at the age of twelve in the Golden Hall of the Vienna Music Association. Teachers like Heinz Medjimorec, Pascal Devoyon and Oleg Maisenberg helped determine his musical path. He has given concerts with leading orchestras, including the Vienna Philharmonic, the Vienna Symphony, the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the Camerata Salzburg, the hr-Symphony Orchestra and the Festival Strings Lucerne under conductors such as Giuseppe Sinopoli, Sir Neville Marriner, Dennis Russell, Davies, Kirill Petrenko, Christopher Hogwood, Bruno Weil, Louis Langrée and Lord Yehudi Menuhin. Wallisch’s discography includes, among other things, all Beethoven piano concertos on original instruments with the Vienna Academy Orchestra under Martin Haselböck, as well as first recordings by Hans Gál, Erich Zeisl and Jaromír Weinberger as well as the “20th Century Foxtrots” series. From 2010 to 2016, Gottlieb Wallisch led a piano class at the “Haute École de Musique de Genève”. Since 2016 he has held a professorship at the “University of the Arts Berlin”. At the beginning of 2012 he was included in the list of “Steinway Artists”.


Saturday, 24.08.2024
7 pm: Piano recital

Gottlieb Wallisch


Franz Schubert
Sonate As-Dur D 557 (1817)
Allegro moderato

Sonate f-Moll D 625/505 (1818)
Scherzo. Allegretto
Alexander Voormolen
„Le souper clandestin"
Introduction, Valse et Fox-Trot
Reynaldo Hahn
Le temps d´aimer: Charleston (1926)
Los Enamorados, Tango-Habanera (1926)
Pierre-Octave Ferroud
The Bacchante, Blues (1929)
Alois Hába
Vier Moderne Tänze op.39 (1927)
(Shimmy-Blues; Blues; Boston; Tango)
Aleksandr Levin
Valse-Boston op.15 (1926)
Kurt Herbst
Jazz-Etüde (1928)
Ravel/Gil-MarchexFive o´clock Fox-Trot (1927)
(Fantaisie extraite de „L´Enfant et les Sortilèges")

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