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Joseph Haydn, Symphony No. 90 in C Major, Hob. I:90
Anton Bruckner, Symphony No. 6 in A Major, WAB 106
Anton Bruckner once said that the Symphony No. 6 was his “cheekiest” symphony. The shortest, snappiest, shiniest of his major mature symphonies, it features Bruckner’s masterful play with light and dark, radiant A major clouded with elements of the Phrygian mode. Haydn’s Symphony No. 90 is another “cheeky” work – in its contrasts of major and minor.
With its residencies at the Musikverein Wien, Festspielhaus St. Pölten and at the Grafenegg summer festival, the Tonkünstler Orchestra is one of Austria’s major and most important musical ambassadors. Their traditional Sunday Afternoon concerts at the Wiener Musikverein go back more than seventy years and remain their most successful concert series to date. Yutaka Sado, one of the most important Japanese conductors of our time, has been the orchestra’s Music Director since the 2015/16 season; the focus of the orchestra’s artistic work is traditional orchestral repertoire, ranging from the Classical period to the twentieth-century works.