In honor of the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven, Gabriel Feltz initiated this mammoth project, which could only be realized 2 years later due to the pandemic: All 9 of the master's symphonies in one day, played by 2 orchestras from 2 countries, with soloists and choirs from 6 other countries, performed in both Germany and Serbia.

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Woodstock of classical music

In 2017, Gabriel Feltz conducted an open-air concert in Belgrade together with Zubin Mehta, which has gone down in cultural history in the cultural history of the Balkans to this day with over 30.000 enthusiastic spectators. Admission was free and people came from all over Serbia not to miss this event. The almost 3-hour program included 20 different compositions. Watch a recording here and immerse yourself in the incomparable atmosphere of a legendary evening, often referred to as the »Woodstock of classical music«.

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Mahler-Cycle Symphonies 1-10

Gabriel Feltz took a lot of time for his highly acclaimed Mahler cycle. The work on this complete recording took a total of 15 years, which was realized with the Stuttgart and Dortmund Philharmonic Orchestra. Two orchestras of which Gabriel Feltz was chief conductor for a long time and with whom he realized many performances of Gustav Mahler's symphonies.

»One of the most unusual, sophisticated Mahler recordings of recent years, without any choleric fits - sonic delicacies.«
Pedro Obiera in the Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung

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Oper Köln – Die Tote Stadt

The world premiere of the exceptional opera »Die Tote Stadt« by the 23-year-old composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold on December 4, 1920 simultaneously in Hamburg and Cologne was a sensational success, with Otto Klemperer himself conducting in Cologne. Exactly 100 years later to the day, Gabriel Feltz was given the honor of conducting another premiere of this masterpiece at the Cologne Opera as a celebratory anniversary of the premiere with the Gürzenich Orchestra.

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The world's only complete recording of »Belkis - Queen of Sheba«

In a unique musical film that goes beyond the scope of conventional concert recordings, the Stuttgart Philharmonic under Gabriel Feltz, together with actress Julia Jentsch, soprano Stella Doufexis and the Czech Philharmonic Choir Brno, help the monumental ballet »Belkis - Queen of Sheba« - the premiere in 1931 had around 600 participants! - to a triumphant comeback in a concert performance. This long-silenced masterpiece tells the mythical story of the Queen of Sheba, who embarks on an arduous journey of several years through deserts and wastelands to answer King Solomon's call - a fairy tale of beauty, power and wealth straight out of 1001 Nights.

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