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Paradisi gloria

Spiritual worlds of sound.

Paradisi gloria © Studio Mierswa-Kluska

A new place and new inspiration, but the spirit remains the same: for one season the Paradisi Gloria series will relocate to the Broadcasting Centre, the creative heart of the Munich Radio Orchestra. Experience the music of our times, presented in the historic Studio I. Moderator Benedikt Schregle will guide you through classical masterpieces of mourning, a St John Passion from south-eastern Europe and two highly personal musical meditations from England.

Concerts

Tickets & Subscription

concerts of the 2021-22 season

First “paradisi gloria” concert

Patrick Hahn © Gerhard Donauer | C&G Pictures
Patrick Hahn

Music of mourning

Friday, 3 December 2021, 6:00 pm
Friday, 3 December 2021, 8:00 pm

Munich, Studio 1 at the BR Funkhaus

Karl Amadeus Hartmann (1905–1963) composed his Concerto funebre in 1939 in response to Germany’s invasion of Poland, originally giving it the title “Musik der Trauer” (Music of Mourning). Dmitri Shostakovich (1906–1975) wrote his Eighth String Quartet in Dresden in 1960 after hearing eye-witness accounts during the filming of a documentary on the city’s destruction. He dedicated the work to the victims of war and fascism. The version for chamber symphony stems from the legendary chamber symphony conductor, Rudolf Barshai.

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Second “Paradisi gloria” concert

Ivan Repusic © Lisa Hinder
Ivan Repušić

St John Passion

Saturday, 5 March 2022, 6:00 pm
Saturday, 5 March 2022, 8:00 pm
Munich, Studio 1 at the BR Funkhaus

The Slovenian composer, choral conductor and teacher Damijan Močnik (b. 1967) is known most of all for his choral music. In 1995, for example, he distinguished himself with a hymn for the visit of Pope John Paul II in Slovenia. His St John Passion of 2011, laid out in the form of a five-part cantata, combines lines of tradition in Western church music with the tonal idiom of his native land.

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Third “Paradisi gloria” concert

Benedikt Schregle © Markus Konvalin
Benedikt Schregle

Lovely Rose

Friday, 6 May 2022, 6:00 pm
Friday, 6 May 2022, 8:00 pm
Munich, Studio 1 at the BR Funkhaus

A ‘mystical combination’: the confirmed atheist Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872–1958) produced a setting of 17th-century poems by the poet-priest George Herbert. His Five Mystical Songs of 1911 offer an unwavering view of highly intimate meditations, ending in a triumphant antiphon. Like Bach, John Rutter (b. 1945), in his Magnificat of 1990, added a movement to the Canticle of Mary from the New Testament – namely, lines from a 15th-century English poem. Here he deftly combines the radiant sound of trumpets with echoes from “cheerful Latin American celebrations of the Virgin”.

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price categories “PARADISI GLORIA“-concerts (Munich, hERZ-JESU-KIRCHE)

Single ticket Euro 34,– (row 1-10) Euro 25,– (from row 11 onwards)
Subscription
(3 Concerts)
Euro 75,– (row 1-10) Euro 55,– (from row 11 onwards)

 

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