Spira mirabilis performs at the Kissinger Sommer festival
Spira mirabilis performs their Haydn Day at the Kissinger Sommer festival in Germany on 22 June 2019, where they perform Symphony No.6 in D major ‘Le Matin’ (The Morning) at 10:00, Symphony No.7 in C major ‘Le Midi’ (The Noon) at 13:00 and Symphony No.8 in G major ‘Le Soir’ (The Evening) at 19:00.
For Spira mirabilis, performing Haydn is a celebration where they are amused, astonished, tricked and mocked by his music. Playing on period instruments, the orchestra reveals the theatrical nature of Haydn’s musical language and gives a fresh and spontaneous interpretation of his work.
Spira mirabilis is a group of committed and passionate musicians who perform without a conductor and instead, each musician takes equal responsibility for the orchestra and reach a joint decision between themselves on each piece they perform, where they create music together in their “musical laboratory”.
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