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First phase: August 10 - 23, 2003, Salem International College
Second phase:
August 24 - September 9, 2003, Stuttgart

"daily news"

press review

daily papers
(Stuttgarter Zeitung
Stuttg. Nachrichten
Esslinger Zeitung)
addition 2
addition 1
9. September
8. September
6. September
5. September
4. September
3. September
2. September
1. September
30. August
29. August
28. August
27. August
26. August

Musikfest-Journal
8. September
6. September
5. September
4. September
3. September
2. September
1. September
30. August
29. August
28. August
27. August
26. August
25. August
 

concerts
Works: Johannes Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem op. 45
Gustav Mahler: Symphony no. 2 in C minor Auferstehung
Alban Berg: Violin Concerto Dem Andenken eines Engels

Fri, 22 August 2003, 19.00, Aula Salem College / Härlen: Chamber Music & a- cappella

Sat, 23 August 2003, 17.00, Stuttgart Liederhalle, Foyer Beethoven-Saal: Opening ceremony (Chamber Musik & choir a-cappella)
Mon, 25 August 2003, 19.00, Stuttgart, Stiftskirche: Chamber Musik & choir a-cappella
Tue/Wed/Thu, 26/27/28 August 2003, 19.00, Stuttgart Liederhalle, Hegel-Saal: Mahler 2 (Lecture Concerts)
Sat, 30 August 2003, 20.00, Kloster Eberbach / Basilika (Rheingau Musik Festival): Mahler 2
Mon, 1 September 2003, 19.00, Stuttgart Liederhalle, Hegel-Saal: Chamber Music & a- cappella
Tue/Wed, 2/3 September 2003, 19.00, Stuttgart Liederhalle, Hegel-Saal: Brahms (Lecture Concerts)
Thu, 4 September 2003, 19.00, Stuttgart Liederhalle, Hegel-Saal: Berg (Lecture Concert)
Fri, 5 September 2003, 19.00, Stuttgart Liederhalle, Beethoven-Saal: Berg/Brahms
Sun, 7 September 2003, 19.00, Stuttgart Liederhalle, Beethoven-Saal: Mahler 2
Tue, 9 September 2003, 20.00, Berlin Philharmonie: Berg/Brahms (sponsored by DaimlerChrysler & BASF)

audio files (mp3)
Here are some extracts from the wonderful FCO concerts on 25 August and 1st September. We cannot offer all due to copyright reasons - sorry! We hope, however, to be able to add some more later. Recordings: Hans Graf
Brahms, Begräbnisgesang C minor op. 13
Beethoven, String Quartet F minor op. 95 (arr. F.M.Grabner)
Brahms, Fünf Gesänge op. 104 (chamber choir I)
Guido López Gavilán, Mambo "Que rico é" (chamber choir II)

FCO members 2003

tutors
Helmuth Rilling (conducting) • Maria Guinand (choir) • Michael Hasel / Jaime Martin (flute) • Nigel Shore (oboe) • Ralf Forster (clarinet) • Günther Pfitzenmaier (bassoon) • Christian-Friedrich Dallmann (french horn) • Hannes Läubin (trumpet) • Wolfram Arndt (trombone & tuba) • Christoph Caskel (timpani & percussion) • Gernot Süßmuth (violin) • Erich Krüger (viola) • Hans Jacob Eschenburg (violincello) • Frithjof Martin Grabner (double bass)
VOICE TEACHERS: Doris Döllinger • Sabine Leppin-Ibrocevic • Peter Pöppel • Friedemann Röhlig • Margret Trappe-Wiel • Martin Wanner
PIANISTS: Robin Engelen • Klaus Rothaupt

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