PUTBUS FESTIVAL 2022
26.05. - 06.06.2022
The four elements
FIRE - WATER - AIR - EARTH
Box Office opening times: Tuesday to Friday 10 am - 1pm and 4 pm - 6 pm
On performance days the Box Office will open one hour prior to the performance starting.
Telephone orders: 038 301 - 80 83 30. Tickets can also be ordered at all authorised booking agents in Germany and at eventim.de.
Theater Vorpommern GmbHTheater Putbus Markt 13, 18581 Putbus
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Theater Putbus, Markt 13, 18581 Putbus
Stage Goor on the beach behind the bath house
Monday, June 06, 2022
Vorpommern Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor: Alexander Mayer
Soloist: Geir Draugsvoll, Bayan
Admission: € 15 - 30
Sofia Gubaidulina: "Fachwerk" for bayan, percussion and string orchestra
Peter I. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6 in B minor op. 74, "Pathetique"
Sofia Gubaidulina is one of the most renowned contemporary composers, an artist whose works grow out of silence. With "Fachwerk", a composition created in 2009 is on the program, which deals with the construction of the work itself. Like a half-timbered house, nothing is “plastered” here, but the load-bearing beams of the composition are openly displayed. In this regard, Gubaidulina sees the bayan - the Russian form of a chromatic button accordion - as an ideal solo instrument. Geir Draugsvoll, dedicatee and soloist of the premiere, will also take on the solo part in this concert.
With the 6th symphony by Gubaidulina's compatriot Pyotr Tchaikovsky, his last completed work fills the second part of the evening. The legends that surround the mysterious supposed program of this symphony are countless, but even without them the "Pathétique" with its tragic ending is an opus summum. The concert will be conducted by Alexander Mayer, who is making his debut as first conductor and deputy general music director as part of the Philharmonic concerts.