Tyrolean Symphony Orchestra Innsbruck

Carl Orff's Carmina Burana

Conductor: Bernhard Sieberer
Soloists: Annina Wachter (S) & Joaquín Asiáin (T) & Alec Avedissian (BA)
Choirs: Collegium vocale & Vokalensemble Vocappella & Tiroler Motettenchor & konsChor/konsEnsemble & JUKO & Schulchor des BG/BRG Sillgasse
Admission: € 7
CARL ORFF (1895-1981)
Carmina Burana - Cantiones Profanae
Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi (Glück, Kaiserin der Welt)
1. O Fortuna (O Schicksal)
2. Fortune plango vulnera (Die Wunden, die Fortuna schlug)
Prayer for the Ukraine

I a. Primo vere (Im Frühling)
3. Veris leta facies (Des Frühlings heiteres Gesicht)
4. Omnia sol temperat (Alles wärmt die Sonne auf)
5. Ecce gratum (Auf, zu grüßen)

I b. Uf dem Anger (Auf dem Anger)
6. Tanz
7. Floret silva (Blühend wird der edle Wald)
8. Chramer, gip die varwe mir (Krämer, gib die Farbe mir)
9. a) Reie – Reigen
b) Swaz hie gat umbe (Was hier umher geht)
c) Chume, chum, geselle min (Komm, komm mein Geselle)
d) Swaz hie gat umbe
10. Were diu werlt alle mîn (Wäre die Welt ganz mein)

II. In taberna (In der Schenke)
11. Estuans interius (Heißer Scham und Reue voll)
12. Olim lacus colueram (Einstens war ich Zierde des Sees)
Danse Bacchanale aus der Oper "Samson et Dalila“, Op. 47

13. Ego sum abbas (Ich bin der Abt)
14. In taberna quando sumus (Wenn wir in der Schenke sitzen)
III a. Cour d’amours (Hof der Liebesabenteuer)
15. Amor volat undique (Amors Pfeile überall)
16. Dies, nox et omnia (Tag und Nacht und insgesamt)
17. Stetit puella (Da stand ein Mädchen)
Declaration of Love aus From "The Fairytale of Wanderings" 

18. Circa mea pectora (Rund um meines Herzens Grund)
19. Si puer cum puellula (Wenn ein Knabe mit dem Mädchen)
20. Veni, veni, venias (Komm, komm, komm doch)
21. In trutina (Auf der Waage meines Herzens)
22. Tempus est iocundum (Freudvoll ist die Zeit)
23. Dulcissime (Süßester)

III b. Blanziflor et Helena (Blanchefleur und Helena)

24. Ave formosissima (Sei gegrüßt, Du Schönste)

Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi (Glück, Kaiserin der Welt)

25. O Fortuna (O Schicksal)

The Tyrolean Symphony Orchestra Innsbruck (TSOI) was founded in 1893 on the occasion of the first Tyrolean Provincial Exhibition by Musikverein teacher Martin Spörr - later co-founder and director of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. Greats of music such as Otmar Suitner, Hans Knappertsbusch, Leonie Ry¬sanek and Nikolaus Harnoncourt, who belonged to the orchestra as a cellist, performed with the orchestra in Innsbruck. Since then, the TSOI has given concerts with a long list of soloists and guest conductors of international renown and, in addition to cultivating the classical concert repertoire, has premiered numerous works primarily by Austrian composers. The annual concert programme includes eight symphony concerts, the New Year's concerts in Innsbruck, Kufstein and Reutte as well as the open air concert at the Innsbruck Promenade Concerts. The TSOI has played the opening concert at the Klangspuren for many years. As the orchestra of the Tyrolean Landestheater, it also participates in all of the theatre's musical performances, from operas to musicals. With its ZUGABE programme, the TSOI focuses increasingly on music education and reaches out to children and young people of all ages with its concert education programmes. Chamber music concert formats for adults are also being steadily expanded. After Kasper de Roo, Georg Schmöhe, Dietfried Bernet and Georg Fritzsch, the Tyrolean Symphony Orchestra Innsbruck has been able to win sought-after conductors of the younger generation - such as Christoph Altstaedt and Francesco Angelico - as principal conductors in recent seasons. With the 2019.20 season, the young Briton Kerem Hasan took over the position of principal conductor in the TSOI's concert section. The South Tyrolean Lukas Beikircher is the musical director of the music theatre section of the Landestheater.
Bernhard Sieberer studied conducting at the Innsbruck Conservatory with Edgar Seipenbusch and completed master classes with Sergiu Celibidache in Mainz, with Michael Gielen at the Mozarteum Salzburg and in Milan as part of a scholarship from the Alban Berg Foundation. From 1986 to 1992 he was the musical director of the Europasommer in Fiecht. Since 1988 he has regularly taught conducting, percussion technique and choral conducting at choral conducting courses and in seminars in Lower Austria, Styria, Carinthia, Tyrol and Vorarlberg, including at the Academia Vocalis; he has repeatedly led two-year choral conducting seminars in Innsbruck. From 2008 to 2010 he taught in Egypt and was responsible for sustainable musical development at the Sekem Initiative and at the Heliopolis Academy in Cairo. He was a permanent guest conductor with the chamber choir Jauna Muzika in Vilnius and has been the cultural representative of the city of Kufstein since 1993. From 2015 to 2017 he developed and supervised a choir programme for ORF Radio Tirol. Since 2020, he has been in charge of the choral conducting course at the Tyrolean State Conservatory and the Conservatory Choir for students of the Tyrolean State Conservatory and the Mozarteum Salzburg.