Fatma Said meets musicians of the Vienna PhilharmonicConcerts at Vienna Konzerthaus and Bozar Brussels

A Sense of Mosaic

Romantic Concert evening featuring the versatile Egyptian soprano, Fatma Said, and Plattfom K+K Vienna comprised of members from the Vienna Philharmonic. A shared passion between Fatma Said and the Plattform K+K is artistic diversity, which simultaneously forms the core of the creed of this exceptional ensemble of Vienna Philharmonic members. Vocal miniatures by J. Brahms, C. Saint-Saëns, F. Poulenc, and J. Gershwin seamlessly blend with instrumental works by R. Strauss, O. Respighi, A. Piazzolla, and M. De Falla, creating a beautiful musical bouquet. A special highlight of the evening is the premiere of an Egyptian song cycle by Sherif Mohie El Din, where Fatma Said unveils the intimate musical poetry of her Egyptian heritage.


R. Strauss: Rosenkavalier Suite

J. Brahms: Ophelia-Lieder

  • Wie erkenn ich dein Treulieb
  • Sein Leichenhemd Weiss
  • Auf morgen ist Sankt Valentins Tag
  • Sie trugen ihn auf der Bahre bloss
  • Und kommt er nicht mehr zurück?

C. Saint-Saëns: Violons dans le soir

O. Respighi: Antiche danze et arie per liuto, Suite No. 3

Sherif Mohie El Din

  • The rain
  • Could the river flow forever Against whom

A. Piazzolla: Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas (selection tba)

M. De Falla

  • Introducción y escena »Einführung und Szene« (El sombrero de tres picos »Der Dreispitz«)
  • Danza ritual del Fuego (El amor brujo »Der Liebeszauber«)

F. Poulenc

  • Hotel
  • Les Chemins de l’amour

G. Gershwin

  • Summertime
  • By Strauss


  • Kirill Kobantschenko, violin
  • Patricia Hood-Koll, violin
  • Michael Strasser, viola
  • Florian Eggner, cello
  • Bartosz Sikorski, double-bass
  • Christoph Eggner, piano
  • Fatma Said, soprano