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Under the Auspices of UNESCO-Club Vienna

In collaboration with Jazz Club Drosendorf

INTERNATIONAL  SUMMER  ACADEMY  DROSENDORF

 

 

EVENTS

 

Sunday, 14 May 2016, 20.00 hrs. at Jazz Club Drosendorf

KATHARINA STEMBERGER

Reading Stefan Zweig (in German)

Musical interludes by ROBERT POBITSCHKA, piano

Tickets  at the event € 20.- / 

€ 16.- before the event at Gemeindeamt Drosendorf, Hauptplatz 1

Tel.: 02915-2213, Email: Gemeinde@Drosendorf.gv.at  

 

 

Sunday, 10 July 2016, 16.30 hrs. Drosendorf Castle Yard (In case of bad weather at St. Martin's Church)

Opening Concert

EROICA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Vienna 

Conductor: ERICH BINDER (Concert Master of Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra)     

Soloist: ROBERT POBITSCHKA – Piano

Program: Wolfgang A. Mozart, Piano Concerto A major K 488 - works by Johann Strauß  and other composers 

Tickets  at the event € 20.- / 

€ 16.- before the event at Gemeindeamt Drosendorf, Hauptplatz 1

Tel.: 02915-2213, Email: Gemeinde@Drosendorf.gv.at

 

 

 

 

Informations about " Julia Stemberger's Acting Class"

 

 

 

 

 

 

Erich Binder was  member of the famous "Vienna Boy's Choir" between 1954 and 1956. After he became a student at University of Music in Vienna (former "Musikhochschule"). There he studied violin, piano, organ, singing, composition and conducting with Hans Swarowsky. During this time he already worked as an accompanist for the singing classes of Elisabeth Radó Christl Mardayn at the same institute. After completing his studies, Binder became Concert Master in the Bregenz Orchestra and in the Orchestra of Vienna Volksoper. He also had the post of a First Concert Master at Bayreuth Festival Orchestra, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra as well as NDR Symphony Orchestra Hamburg. Starting from the second half of the 1970ies he more and more often appears as a conductor. In the meanwhile his repertoire includes more than 60 operas and about 300 symphonic works.

1981 in Salzburg he was honoured with the Dr. Karl-Böhm-Award for young Austrian conductors. This award was given only four times. He also received the special price of the Alban Berg Foundation. Subsequently he was engaged at Vienna State Opera House as a conductor. He further conducted the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in regular concerts as well as the London Philharmonic Orchestra. His opera engagements include Bavarian State Opera House, La Scala in Milan. Binder conducted concerts in Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, England, Australia and Japan.  

 

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