Gerold Gruber, Ulrike Anton and Michael Haas are guests of Andreas Pehl from the Bayerischer Rundfunk and talk about the extraordinary life cycle and the works of the composer Hans Winterberg, persecuted by the National Socialists.
Bavarian Radio Classical, Friday, October 11, 2019, 19:05 – 20 clock A replay of the program will take place on Saturday, October 12 at 2:05 pm.
The program can be heard via the live stream of Bayerischer Rundfunk and is also available via the media library or podcast service of the BR.
On Saturday, October 5, 2019, this year’s “ORF Long Night of Museums” took place throughout Austria for the 20th time. The exil.arte center of mdw was pleased to be part of it for the first time this year and offered guided tours of the current exhibition as well as special program items.
SPECIAL EVENTS throughout the ORF Long Night of Museums
1) Concert: Echo of the Unheard (6:30 pm)
Programme: Hans Gál (1890 – 1987) – Concertino für Flöte und Streichquartett, op. 82 Julius Bürger (1897 – 1995) – Streichquartett Nr. 2 Hans Winterberg (1901 – 1991) – Streichquartett 1957/1970
Read and interpreted by Tamara Stern and Hubert Wolf Text selection: Susanne Abbrederis
3) Concert: From the Lower East to the Upper West Side (10:30 pm)
Music from the Jewish Theatres and Viennese Cafés in New York in the 1930s and 1940s. Esther Wratschko and her ensemble (Andrew Gorman & Lili Weihandl) will perform songs by Leopoldi, Berg and others
Alexander Olshanetsky: Ikh hob dikh tsufil lib Abraham Ellstein: Abi gezunt Shalom Secunda: Bay mir bistu sheyn Jimmy Berg: Man stellt sich um! Hermann Leopoldi: Ja da wär´s halt gut, wenn man Englisch könnt Jimmy Berg: Small Café near Central Park West