5th Symphony Concert
Giovanni Gabrieli Canzoni for Wind Ensemble
Paul Hindemith "Trauermusik" Suite for Viola and String Orchestra
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy "Lobgesang" Symphony-Cantata

This season, the traditional choral concert once again features the Wiesbaden City Choir (director: Christoph Stiller) and the Wiesbaden State Theatre's Opera Chorus (chorus master: Albert Horne), with GMD Patrick Lange on the podium. "Alles, was Odem hat, lobe den Herrn" (Everything that has breath praise the Lord) is the eponymous motif of Mendelssohn's Symphony-Cantata "Lobgesang". The work's thematic material revolves around man's journey from darkness to light. Chorales form the basis of Gabrieli's "Canzoni", a theme which also recurs in Hindemith's "Trauermusk", and reaches a climax in Mendelssohn's "Lobgesang". While the latter utilises the full musical power of the orchestra, the other two works focus on individual instrumental groups: brass in the Gabrieli and strings in the Hindemith.


Conductor Patrick Lange
Chorus Master: Chorus of the Wiesbaden State Theatre Albert Horne
Chorus Master: Wiesbaden City Choir Christoph Stiller
Soprano Christina Landshamer, Marie Henriette Reinhold
Tenor Christian Elsner
Viola Teresa Schwamm
Chor des Hessischen Staatstheaters Wiesbaden, Chor der Stadt Wiesbaden


6th Symphony Concert
7th Symphony Concert
19:00 Introduction in the Friedrich-von-Thiersch-Saal
8th Symphony Concert