Paavo Järvi with Fauré

Paavo Järvi with Fauré

Paavo Järvi (Foto: Kaupo Kikkas)

Paavo Järvi with Fauré

Wed 06. Mar 2024 19.30 Grosse Tonhalle
Thu 07. Mar 2024 18.00 Kleine Tonhalle
Thu 07. Mar 2024 19.30 Grosse Tonhalle
Fri 08. Mar 2024 19.30 Grosse Tonhalle
Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich
Paavo Järvi Music Director
Giulia Semenzato Sopran
Rodion Pogossov Bariton
Iveta Apkalna Orgel
Zürcher Sing-Akademie
Florian Helgath Einstudierung
Gabriel Fauré «Super flumina Babylonis» (Psalm 136)
Francis Poulenc Orgelkonzert g-Moll
Pause Gabriel Fauré Requiem op. 48 für Solisten, Chor, Orgel und Orchester


07. Mar 2024, 18.00 Uhr
Kleine Tonhalle
Künstlergespräch und Kammermusik Zur ZHdK

Prices CHF 170 / 135 / 110 / 85 / 40
Programme Notes
Fauré und Poulenc
Playlist Fauré und Poulenc
News & Geschichten
"Lullaby of death"
News & Geschichten
"Posture, posture, posture!"
News & Geschichten
Intro mit Fokus-Künstlerin Iveta Apkalna

If you ask about the greatest rarities in this year's programme, Fauré's "Super flumina Babylonis" has a good chance of taking the top spot. Fauré composed the work for tenor solo, choir and orchestra as an 18-year-old – to Psalm No. 136, which also inspired Verdi's famous "Va, pensiero". Although Fauré worked as an organist for a long time and wrote numerous sacred works, he always emphasised that he was not a believer. He also composed his "Requiem" "for fun", he once said: as an alternative to the other masses for the dead that he so often had to accompany. No doubt: Poulenc's imaginative organ concert, in which our focus artist Iveta Apkalna can pull out all the stops of her skills and our Kuhn organ, would have pleased him.

Translated with DeepL.com