Chamber Music Concert

Four seasons

Vivaldi's famous work is 300 years old. Plus works by Bach and Mozart


Sunday | 5/04/2025
6:00 pm Start of Concert
Konzertsaal im Kulturpalast, Dresden
Schloßstr. 2, 01067 Dresden
Floor Plan

About the Concert

Tickets for this event will be available from 12.06.2024 from 10 am.

When Antonio Vivaldi wrote "The Four Seasons" 300 years ago, he not only created an eternal classic of music, but also challenged the status of opera. Until then, it had been reserved for the opera stage to reproduce content. Now it is only instruments and above all violins that express the smallest natural details of spring, summer, fall and winter: This ranges from birdsong in spring to the bone-chilling frost in winter. And a classic wouldn't be a classic if even connoisseurs couldn't still find something "unheard of" in it!


Johann Christian Bach
Symphony in G minor op. 6 No. 6

Antonio Vivaldi
"The Four Seasons"


Wolfgang Hentrich
Inmo Yang
Sarah Ennouhi
Philharmonisches Kammerorchester


Wolfgang Hentrich

Concertmaster of the 1st violins

Prof. Wolfgang Hentrich studied with Gudrun Schröter and Gustav Schmahl in Dresden. From 1987 to 1996 he was First Concertmaster of the Robert Schumann Philharmonic Orchestra Chemnitz, before becoming Coordinated Concertmaster of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra in 1996. He has played with the orchestra several times as a soloist, and numerous CD recordings attest to his musical output.

He is director of the Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, primarius of the Dresden String Quintet and the Carus Ensemble Dresden, and has led the German String Philharmonic since 2013. In 2002, together with music-loving amateurs, he founded the Fördervereinsorchester der Dresdner Philharmonie, of which he has been conductor ever since.

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Inmo Yang

Korean violinist Inmo Yang won the International Sibelius Competition in Finland in 2022. "There is so much that is great about Inmo's playing, both musically and as a violinist," said conductor and jury chairman Sakari Oramo afterwards. In recent years, the student of Antje Weithaas has made his debut with countless orchestras in Europe, Asia, North America and New Zealand. Deutsche Grammophon has already released two albums with the renowned Paganini specialist.

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Sarah Ennouhi

Solo horn player

Sarah Ennouhi was born in Mulhouse and studied in Stuttgart, Freiburg and in her hometown with Virginie Maillard. She was principal horn of the Bavarian State Orchestra in Munich as well as with the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg and also played in renowned orchestras such as the Munich Philharmonic, the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich and the Berlin Philharmonic.

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Philharmonisches Kammerorchester

The Dresden Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra is one of the most traditional chamber ensembles in Dresden. Founded by Dresden Philharmonic musicians in 1969, it has since found a firm place in the musical life of the city and beyond. Its artistic profile has been significantly characterised by the Dresden Collum Concerts, the Zwinger Serenades at the Dresden Music Festival and later by the reconstruction concerts for the Dresden Frauenkirche.

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