Anna Morgoulets, violin
Lukas Medlam, violin
Nebojsa Bekcic, viola
Sergio Mastro, violoncello
Damian Posse, double bass
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827), Coriolan Overture Op.62
Franz Schubert (1797–1828), Dances D 90
Stefan Pelzl (1955), Portrait in drei Farben
Gustav Mahler (1860–1911), 1st movement (Bedächtig, nicht eilen) from Symphony No. 4
Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897–1957), Märchenbilder
Wiener Kammersymphonie (The Vienna Chamber Symphony) is an ensemble composed of highly talented musicians performing in Vienna. The group brings to its’ audiences a vast musical repertoire from classics to 19th century to contemporary compositions, often performing works by (unjustly) forgotten and overlooked composers – bringing out the very best of the ensemble members. Members usually perform as a string quintet. The WKS was founded in march 2006 in the »Year of Mozart« and made its outstandingly successful debut with a series of concerts in Spain that met with both public and critical acclaim describing the group as the best performers of a long season entirely dedicated to Mozart.
Following this experience the WKS realised a series of projects dedicated to the musical contempories of Mozart. In 2008 they performed at the Umbria Music Festival with a »crossover project« fusing the pure Viennese classic style with that of hip-hop dance. This was followed by performances at the prestigious Vienna Musikverein and led to invitations to play at numerous international festivals including the Ankara Festival in April 2009 and many Italian theatres like the Teatro N. Piccinni in Bari, Ravello Festival, Alba Music Festival and Side Music Festival in Turkey. Subsequently, the WKS has performed in South America (Brazil, Argentina and Colombia) and Istanbul (Süreyya Opera).
Future performances include Beethoven and Haydn Symphonies in an arrangement for string quintet in Denmark; at the Süreyya Opera (Beethoven 7th Symphony), and a special Mozart project in Spain during the spring and several summer concerts in Europe.