Synonyms for tonhalle or Related words with tonhalle
Examples of "tonhalle"
-Orchester Zürich (
Orchestra Zürich) is a Swiss symphony orchestra based in Zürich. Its principal residence is the "Neue
Vallina's debut performance was at the Zurich
Rudolf Schoch: Hundert Jahre
Zürich. Zürich 1968.
Ursula Bagdasarjanz performed as soloist and narrator in a ZDF TV documentary, which introduced the public to a Swiss industrialist's pre-eminent collection of Stradivarius instruments. She was also part of the "
Wettbewerb Zurich" jury (competition by
Zinman became music director of the
Orchester Zürich in 1995. His innovative programming with that orchestra includes a series of late-night concerts, "
Late", which combine classical music and a nightclub setting. His recordings for Arte Nova of the complete Beethoven symphonies were based on the new Jonathan Del Mar critical edition and was acclaimed by critics. He has subsequently recorded Beethoven overtures and concertos with the
. He conducted the
Orchestra in its first-ever appearance at The Proms in 2003. In 2009, he conducted the
in the soundtrack for the feature film "180° - If your world is suddenly upside down". He concluded his
music directorship on July 21, 2014 with a concert at The Proms.
Zurich Refurbishment, in collaboration with Boesch Architects, Zurich, Switzerland, 2015–;
is a German word meaning "tone hall", a concert hall. It may refer to:
Düsseldorf is a concert hall in Düsseldorf. It was built by the architect Wilhelm Kreis.
He also composed a piece for the
Orchestra of Zurich and worked on various film soundtracks.
She gave her first concert with an orchestra at only 9, succeeding in a very short while to conquer famous stages in Europe, America and Asia including: The Romanian Athenaeum and Mihail Jora Studio from the Radio Broadcast Hall in Bucharest,
Düsseldorf, Teo Otto Theater - Remscheid, Prinzregententheater München, Musikhalle-Hamburg, Auditorium - Rome,
Zürich, Carnegie Hall, Theatre du Vevey.
is a concert hall in Zurich, home to the
Orchester Zürich, one of Switzerland's leading orchestras. The 1455-seat hall, located at Claridenstrasse 7 in Zurich, was inaugurated in 1895 by Johannes Brahms. The hall is considered to be "acoustically superb". Since 1939, it is part of the building complex Kongresshaus Zürich.
From 2009 to 2012, Bringuier was Music Director of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León (Valladolid, Spain). Bringuier first guest-conducted the
Orchester Zürich in November 2011, and returned in June 2012. In October 2012, the
Orchester Zürich named Bringuier as its next chief conductor and music director, as of the 2014-2015 season, with an initial contract of 4 years. In August 2016, the orchestra announced that Bringuier is to conclude his tenure with the
Orchestra at the end of his current contract, at the end of the 2017-2018 season.
Karawane is a composition for chorus and orchestra by the Finnish composer Esa-Pekka Salonen. The work was jointly commissioned by the
Orchester Zürich, the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic with support from the philanthropist Marie-Josée Kravis, the Bamberg Symphony, and the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. It was first performed by the
Orchester Zürich and the Zürcher Sing-Akademie conducted by Lionel Bringuier in the
, Zürich, on September 10, 2014. The piece is set to the eponymous poem by the German author and Dadaist Hugo Ball.
During the renowned “Neue Namen” and “Jeunes” concert series Sophie Pacini made her solo debut in autumn 2013 both in Berlin (Otto-Braun-Saal) and in Zurich’s
Plans to replace the Kongresshaus with a new convention center were submitted in 2006 but rejected in 2008. The
will undergo renovation during the 2013/14 season.
Friedrich Hegar (11 October 1841 – 2 June 1927) was a Swiss composer, conductor, violinist, and founding conductor of
-Orchester Zürich from 1868 to 1906.
In 1988, the
was equipped with a pipe organ built by the firm Kleuker-Steinmeyer. The organist and organ consultant Jean Guillou was instrumental in its design.
Surviving features of the event include the
which at the time of its completion was the largest planetarium in the world, built by Wilhelm Kreis
Pagin played in Bucarest with the Philarmonic instead of Radu Lupu in March 2009 and was invited to play at the
Zürich by D. Zinman.
On 31 May 2011, "Pikmin" and "The Legend of Zelda" were performed again by the "Düsseldorfer Symphoniker" at the
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