Richard Galliano

Classical accordion

Description Program Artists

All events for the second half of the 2020–2021 season are still planned, but cannot currently be booked. Advance ticket sales have been interrupted. The current experience with the coronavirus pandemic has shown us that in the event of strong demand (above the currently permitted 500 guests), advance sales can only be expanded once the official approval has been given to open the hall accordingly. We will continue to publish or confirm the final program six weeks before the scheduled event.

It was his friend Astor Piazzolla who gave Richard Galliano the crucial advice for his career: why does he play so much American jazz instead of drawing from his own background? This impetus resulted in the “musette neuve” style which, in its creator Galliano, also found its master. The accordionist has long been a legend, having renewed the repertoire by harking back to French folk music. Galliano will be accompanied by the Wiener Concert-Verein under Estonian conductor Kristiina Poska.

Photo that shows 1 Richard Galliano Cr Vincent Catala. © Vincent Catala
© Vincent Catala


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Divertimento in D major, K. 136

Richard Galliano
Opale – Concerto for Accordion and Strings


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Serenade in G major, K. 525 (“Eine kleine Nachtmusik”)

Richard Galliano
Petite suite française
I. Prélude
II. Aubade
III. Espiègle
IV. Interlude
V. Waltz
Tango pour Claude
La valse à Margaux

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