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RUSSLAND OHNE VODKA?

Praterbühne, Prater 121, 1020 Wien

Russian Gentlemen Club feat Cornelius Obonya at Praterbühne

DEATH IN VENICE - Thomas Mann

KULTUR.SOMMER.SEMMERING Grand Hotel Panhans

Literarische Sommerfrische

DEATH IN VENICE - Thomas Mann

KULTUR.SOMMER.SEMMERING Kulturpavillon

Literarische Sommerfrische

"Try to remmber"

Horn, Arkadenhof

Literature and Jazz with Cornelius Obonya, reading and
Eduard und Johannes Kutrowatz, Piano

DIE SCHACHNOVELLE

KULTUR.SOMMER.SEMMERING Grand Hotel Panhans

Stefan Zweig - Der Seelenwanderer

EINE PILGERFAHRT ZU BEETHOVEN: „ERSTE SCHATTEN“

Kasematten, Wiener Neustadt

Cornelius Obonya, Florian Krumpöck and the music of Ludwig van Beethoven.

IN MEMORIAM GERHARD ROTH

Bruno Kreisky Forum Armbrustergasse 15 1190 Wien

„Memory is a fata morgana in the desert of oblivion.“
Gerhard Roth

Reading with Cornelius Obonya

www.kreisky-forum.org
kreiskyforum@kreisky-forum.org

 

„Max Perutz und das Geheimnis des Lebens“

Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Theatersaal Sonnenfelsgasse 19 1010 Wien

On the occasion of the German translation of the biography "Max Perutz and the Secret of Life" published by Braumüller Verlag, the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Max Perutz Labs invite you to a presentation of the book and a discussion. Klaus Taschwer, science editor of the daily newspaper Der Standard, talks to Perutz biographer Georgina Ferry about the life, work and legacy of the Austro-British biochemist. The conversation takes place in English. Cornelius Obonya reads from the German version. The event takes place as part of the supporting program for the exhibition "Breathing at High Altitude" - Life and Science of Max F. Perutz. The exhibition can be seen in the Arkadenhof of the University of Vienna until June 15, 2022 with free admission.

GERN HART UND KOMISCH

Brucknerhaus Linz, Mittlerer Saal

Cornelius Obonya reads poems and quirks by Robert Gernhardt on European salon music from E. Satie to N. Rota.

DIE GEIGE ALS SCHUTZSCHILD (The violin as a shield)

Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche

Reading  & concert with Cornelius Obonya, Doron Rabinovici and the Messages Quartett playing music by Simon Laks.

MORGEN MUSS ICH FORT VON HIER...

Congress Center Villach, Josef-Resch-Saal

Cornelius Obonya with colleagues sings songs and ballads by Hanns Eisler and Kurt Weill and recites texts by Anton Kuh, Carl Zuckmayer, Kurt Tucholsky and others.
The fiber orchestra and Egon Achatz.

MORGEN MUSS ICH FORT VON HIER...

Congress Center Villach, Josef-Resch-Saal

Cornelius Obonya with colleagues sings songs and ballads by Hanns Eisler and Kurt Weill and recites texts by Anton Kuh, Carl Zuckmayer, Kurt Tucholsky and others.
The Ballaststofforchester (the fiber-orchestra) and Egon Achatz.

RUSSIA WITHOUT VODKA?

Spinnerei, Traun

Russian Gentlemen Club feat Cornelius Obonya

RUSSIA WITHOUT VODKA?

Bühne im Hof, St. Pölten

Russian Gentlemen Club feat Cornelius Obonya

THE GLASENAPP CASE

Musikverein, Vienna

CORNELIUS OBONYA • SAMIRA SPIEGEL

In 1942, Stefan Heym published his first novel in New York under the title "Hostages" (German: "The Glasenapp case"), which immediately became a bestseller. Stefan Heym was born in Chemnitz in 1913 as the son of a Jewish merchant family. His real name was Helmut Flieg, but he, who saw himself as a “critical Marxist”, had taken the pseudonym Stefan Heym out of consideration for his family.

RUSSIA WITHOUT VODKA?

Theater Akzent, Vienna

Russian Gentlemen Club feat Cornelius Obonya

MORGEN UND ABEND

Oper Graz

Opening of the wonderful work by Georg Friedrich Haas. Austrian premiere.
Further performances: https://oper-graz.buehnen-graz.com/production-details/morgen-und-abend

SERVUS WIEN - SHALOM HOLLYWOOD

Theater Akzent

Recital and reading with Bela Koreny, Ethel Merhaut and Cornelius Obonya

RUSSIA WITHOUT VODKA?

Vienna, Musikverein, Gläserner Saal

Russian Gentlemen Club feat Cornelius Obonya

CORNELIUS OBONYA & DIE INSRUMENTALSOLISTEN

ORF Radiokulturhaus Wien

Cornelius Obonya and the Viennese instrumental soloists interpret selected musical gems of the fin de siècle and venture into the worlds of Arthur Schnitzler, Igor Stravinsky, Alexander Zemlinsky, Erwin Schulhoff, Alban Berg and Fritz Kreisler with a confident playfulness.
Stravinsky later reworked the play "The Soldier's Story", written in 1917 for a traveling theater and based on two Russian fairy tales, into a trio version.

CORNELIUS OBONYA & KARL EICHINGER - TRIO

Cinema Paradiso

Acting star Cornelius Obonya meets the well-traveled top pianist Karl Eichinger and two members of the ORF radio symphony orchestra. Obonya reads The Story of the Soldier and Lieutenant Gustl. The trio garnishes with musical delicacies.

CORNELIUS OBONYA & KARL EICHINGER - TRIO

Cinema Paradiso

Acting star Cornelius Obonya meets the well-traveled top pianist Karl Eichinger and two members of the ORF radio symphony orchestra. Obonya reads The Story of the Soldier and Lieutenant Gustl. The trio garnishes with musical delicacies.

"Werst mei Liacht ume sein."

Wiener Hofburgkapelle

Cornelius Obonya and the Chorus Viennensis present songs and lyrics for Christmas.

"Werst mei Liacht ume sein."

Wiener Hofburgkapelle

Cornelius Obonya and the Chorus Viennensis present songs and lyrics for Christmas.

 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT´S DREAM

Festspielhaus, Großer Saal

Orchestra of Tiroler Festspiele Erl
Conductor Renato Balsadonna
Chorus and Womens Choir of Opera Frankfurt
Choral conducting Tilman Michael
Director Carolin Pienkos

Narrator Cornelius Obonya
Soprano Karolina Bengtsson
Mezzosoprano Karolina Makuła

 

DIE SCHACHNOVELLE

Kultursommer Semmering Südbahnhotel

This series is called Novella from Yesterday's World and raises the curtain and immerses today's people in yesterday.

A VILLAGE IN THE MOUNTAINS

Literaturmuseum Altaussee

Cornelius Obonya reads texts by Hofmannsthal and Schnitzler. which express the longing for "the village in the mountains".

Egmont

Kurhaus Bad Aussee

VERDI IST DER MOZART WAGNERS

Burg Taggenbrunn

Reading and concert with Cornelius Obonya │Franz Bartolomey │Gerald Preinfalk │Christian Bakanic


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