VIENNA 〓 Jansons, cancellation continues


Conductor Mariss Jansons continues to be canceled. The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra announced the cancellation of five concerts that will be held from November 28th to December 2nd on the 18th. Jakub Hrůša will be the substitute. Jansons suspended activities during the summer to recover from illness. The 2019/2020 season opened and returned to the stage, but cancellations due to poor physical condition continued in November.

First, he switched to Daniel Harding on a tour (November 3-5) for Antwerp, Luxembourg and Essen with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. Subsequent performances at Carnegie Hall in New York (8th and 9th) were conducted on the first day, but on the second day, Vasily Petrenko took the place. Jansons’s contract with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra is until 2024.

Photo:Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Astrid Ackermann

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  5. TOKYO 〓 Washington National Symphony Orchestra has canceled its Japan tour.

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  7. BERLIN 〓 Zubin Mehta will be an honorary member of the Berliner Philharmoniker

  8. R.I.P 〓 Christa Ludwig, German mezzo-soprano singer

  9. PHILADELPHIA 〓 Philadelphia Orchestra’s trumpeter proposed to colleague on stage before performance

  10. AMSTERDAM 〓 Canellakis becomes the next chief conductor of Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra

  11. VIENNA 〓 Zubin Mehta canceled the Opera Ball

  12. NEW YORK 〓 Carnegie Hall cancels all performances until end of July

  13. Toulouse 〓 Théâtre du Capitole announced the lineup of the 2018/2019 season

  14. Bayreuth Festival 〓 Gergiev will make his Bayreuth debut next summer for Tannhäuser

  15. R.I.P 〓 Rolando Panerai, Italian Baritone singer

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