Performances

1900-1909
June 1901 Old Love-Chime   Details
Vienna: further performance details unknown.
15 March 1902 71st Psalm   Details
Vienna, Conservatorium der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Zweites Concert des Conservatoriums: Conservatium musicians, cond. Karl Weigl.
[?] May 1902 In the Countryside ***   Details
Vienna, Conservatorium der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde: unidentified Conservatorium student, voice; Karl Weigl, piano.
20 January 1905 Seven Songs op. 1 ***   Details
Vienna, Der Bösendorfer Saal, Vereinigung schaffender Tonkünstler: Konrad v. Zawilowski, baritone; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 3, 5, 6, and 7)***. Also on program: Hugo Daffner, Drei Gesänge; Oskar Noë, Drei Gesänge; Adalbert v. Goldschmidt, Das Totenhemdchen; Erich J. Wolff, Vier Gesänge; Robert Gound, Fünf Gesänge.
13 November 1907 String Sextet ***   Details
Vienna, Bösendorfer Saal: expanded Rosé Quartet (Arnold Rosé, Paul Fischer, Anton Ruzitska, Friedrich Buxbaum, Franz Jelineck, Franz Schmidt). Also on program: Beethoven, String Quartet op. 130.
21 February 1908 Five Songs op. 10 ***   Details
Vienna, Ansorge Verein, Liederabend Mahler—Zemlinsky—Schönberg—Weigl: Helene Oberländer, mezzo-soprano; Alexander von Zemlinsky, piano.
21 February 1908 Five Duets for soprano and baritone ***   Details
Vienna, Ansorge Verein, Liederabend Mahler—Zemlinsky—Schönberg—Weigl: Helene Oberländer, soprano; Paul Schmedes, baritone; Alexander von Zemlinsky, piano (nos. 2, 3, and 4).

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1910-1919
1910 String Quartet No. 3 ***   Details
Vienna: Rosé Quartet (Arnold Rosé, Paul Fischer, Anton Ruzitska, Anton Walter).
12 January 1910 Love Songs op. 22 ***   Details
Vienna: Liederabend Elsa Pazeller: Elsa Pazeller, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 1 and 4)***. Also on program: works by Brahms; Schumann; Zemlinsky; Wolf.
8 February 1910 Six Songs for high voice ***   Details
Vienna, Großer Ehrbarsaal, Verein für Kunst und Kultur, Kammermusik- und Liederabend moderner Komponisten: Elsa Pazeller, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 1, 2, and 6)***. Also on the program: Weigl’s Dank and Three Songs op. 12 nos. 1 and 3, as well as Conrad Ansorge, Cello Sonata op. 24; Franz Schreker, Five Songs for low voice; Bruno Walter, Six Eichendorff Songs; and Anton Webern, Stefan George Songs and Five Movements for string quartet op. 5.
8 February 1910 Three Songs op. 12 ***   Details
Vienna, Großer Ehrbarsaal, Verein für Kunst und Kultur, Kammermusik- und Liederabend moderner Komponisten: Elsa Pazeller, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 1 and 3)***. Also on the program: Weigl’s Dank and Three Songs op. 12 nos. 1 and 3, as well as Conrad Ansorge, Cello Sonata op. 24; Franz Schreker, Five Songs for low voice; Bruno Walter, Six Eichendorff Songs; and Anton Webern, Stefan George Songs and Five Movements for string quartet op. 5.
8 February 1910 Thanks ***   Details
Vienna, Großer Ehrbarsaal, Verein für Kunst und Kultur, Kammermusik- und Liederabend moderner Komponisten: Elsa Pazeller, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano. Also on the program: Weigl’s Dank and Three Songs op. 12 nos. 1 and 3, as well as Conrad Ansorge, Cello Sonata op. 24; Franz Schreker, Five Songs for low voice; Bruno Walter, Six Eichendorff Songs; and Anton Webern, Stefan George Songs and Five Movements for string quartet op. 5.
17 March 1910 Three Lenau Poems for chorus ***   Details
Vienna, Bösendorfer Saal: Wiener A Capella-Chorus, cond. Eugen Thomas (no. 3, Primula veris***). Also on program: works by Liszt; Bruckner; Wagner; Johannes Reiter.
18 March 1910 Four Poems for chorus ***   Details
Vienna, Großer Musikvereinsaal: Philharmonischer Chor, cond. Franz Schreker (nos. 1, 3, and 4, Komm süßer Tod***, Glaube***, Morgen***). Also on program: works by Hermann Graedener; Franz Schreker; Josef Venantius von Wöss.
28 May 1910 Symphony No. 1 ***   Details
Zurich, Großer Tonhallessaal, ADMV Tonkünstler festival: Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, cond. Volkmar Andreae. Also on program: Frederick Delius, Brigg Fair; Siegmund von Hausegger, Zwei Gesänge für eine Tenorstimme mit Orchesterbegleitung; Bela Bartók, Rhapsody for piano and orchestra op. 1; Ludwig Heß, Die verlassene Ariadne.
25 November 1910 Symphonic Fantasy ***   Details
Vienna, Wiener Konzertverein, Großer Musikvereinssaal: Konzertvereins-Orchester, cond. Ferdinand Löwe; performance repeated on 26 November 1910. Also on program: Mozart, Piano Concerto K 537; Bruckner, Symphony No. 3.
11 December 1910 Pictures and Tales ***   Details
Vienna, Der Merker 2nd season concert: Karl Weigl, piano. Also on program: works by Hermann Graener; Robert Konta; Alexander Zemlinsky; Erich Wolfgang Korngold; Alma Maria Mahler.
10 January 1911 Symphony No. 1 **   Details
Munich, Tonhalle: Münchener Konzertvereins-Orchester, cond. Hugo Reichenberger. Also on program: Rossini, Rosina’s aria from Barber of Seville; Gustav Mahler, three songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn; Mozart, Eine kleine Nachtmusik; Schubert, ballet from Rosamunde; Verdi, Elvira’s aria from Ernani; Beethoven, Leonore Overture No. 3.
4 March 1911 Symphony No. 1 **   Details
Vienna, Konzertverein: Vienna Tonkünstlerorchester, cond. Oskar Nedbal.
4 February 1912 Five Songs op. 3   Details
Vienna, Bösendorfer Saal: Elsa Pazeller, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 1, 4, and 5).
January 1913 Five Songs op. 10   Details
Vienna, Bösendorfer-Saal: Margarete Bum, soprano; unidentified pianist.
26 February 1913 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Vienna, Saal der Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft, Liederabend Karl Weigl: A.J. Boruttau, baritone; Karl Weigl, piano.
26 February 1913 Five Songs op. 10   Details
Vienna, Saal der Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft, Liederabend Karl Weigl; Margarete Bum, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 2, 3, and 4).
26 February 1913 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
Vienna, Saal der Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft, Liederabend Karl Weigl: Margarete Bum, soprano; A.J. Boruttau, baritone; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 3, 4, and 5).
11 January 1914 Five Songs op. 10   Details
Vienna, Konzerthaus, Schubert Saal: Frieda Neuhauser, soprano; Anny Nikel, piano (nos. 1, 2, and 5).
28 March 1914 Five Songs op. 10   Details
Vienna, Konzerthaus, Schubert Saal: Emmy Heim, alto; Vaclav Stepan, piano.
9 November 1915 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Vienna, Konzerthaus, Schubert Saal: Elsa Pazeller, soprano; Ferdinand Foll, piano.
19 December 1916 Three Songs for tenor and orchestra ***   Details
Vienna: Hans Duhan, tenor; Vienna Tonkünstler-Orchester, cond. Oskar Nedbal (nos. 1 and 2).
19 February 1919 String Sextet   Details
Vienna, Konzert der Zeitschrift “Der Anbruch”: Rosé Quartet (Arnold Rosé, Paul Fischer, Anton Ruzitska, Friedrich Buxbaum); Franz Klein, viola; Hermann Jellinek, cello. Also on program: works by Bernhard Paumgartner; Felicia Mihacsek; Wilhelm Groß; Claude Debussy.
8 November 1919 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Vienna, Komponisten-Abend Carl Prohaska—Karl Weigl: Wiener Konzerthaus Quartet (August Jancovich, Heinrich Graeser, Karl Doktor, Hugo Kreisler). Also on program: Prohaska, String Quintet in E Minor op. 16 and Pierrot Lunaire op. 14.
8 November 1919 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Vienna, Komponisten-Abend Carl Prohaska, Karl Weigl: Felicie Hüni-Mihacsek, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano. Also on program: Prohaska, String Quintet in E Minor op. 16 and Pierrot Lunaire op. 14.

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1920-1929
14 April 1920 Three Songs for tenor and orchestra   Details
Vienna, Großer Konzerthaussaal, Konzertvereinsabend: Hermann Tausche, tenor; Konzertvereins-Orchester, cond. Ferdinand Loewe (first complete performance).
6 May 1920 String Quartet No. 2 ***   Details
Vienna, Konzert der Zeitschrift “Der Anbruch”: Gottesmann Quartet (Hugo Gottesmann, Hugo Kauder, et al.).
30 May 1920 Symphony No. 1   Details
Vienna, Konzertverein, Großer Konzerthaussaal: Wiener Sinfonie-Orchester, cond. George Szell. Also on program: Georg Szell, Orchestra Variations; A.J. Scholz, Melodrama; Hugo Kauder, Fantasy for violin and orchestra.
12 June 1920 Four Poems for chorus   Details
Vienna, Saal des Volksbildungshauses Stöberg: Vienna Volkschor, cond. Hans Pless (no. 4).
October 1921 Night Fantasies   Details
Vienna, Klavierabend: Richard Byk, piano.
29 April 1922 World Festival   Details
Vienna, Großer Konzerthaussaal: Georg Maikl, tenor; Karl Rössel, bass; Arbeiter-Symphonie-Orchester and Philharmonischer Chor, cond. Paul von Klenau (concert repeated 30 April 1922).
9 August 1922 Rendezvous   Details
Salzburg, Salzburger Musikfest: Erika Wagner-Stiedry and Amar Quartet (Licco Amar, Walter Caspar, Paul Hindemith, Rudolf Hindemith) et al.
6 February 1923 World Festival   Details
Bochum, Bochumer Städtischer Musikverein: Paul Tödten, tenor; Hans Joachim Moser, bass; Bochumer Städtisches Orchester, cond. Rudolf Schulz-Dornburg. Also on program: works by Brahms; Smigelski; Rudi Stephan.
April 1923 Symphony No. 1 *   Details
Berlin: unidentified orchestra, cond. Bernhard Seidmann.
11 August 1923 Salzburg, Kulturbundveranstaltung Salzburg, Zeitgenössische Musik Österreichischer Komponisten festival, 8–11 August 1923, 2. Kammermusik-Abend: Robert Pollak [not Georg Kulenkampff-Post, as first programmed], violin; Wilhelm Grosz, piano. Also on program, some with other artists: Egon Kornauth, Klavierphantasie op. 10; Julius Bittner, Vier Lieder (1922); Max Springer, Drei Klavierstücke op. 34; H.E. Heller, Drei Lieder (1923); and Wilhelm Kienzl, Zwei Lieder.
11 August 1923 Violin Sonata No. 1 ***   Details
Salzburg, Zeitgenössische Musik Österreichischer Komponisten: Robert Pollak [not Georg Kulenkampff-Post, as first programmed], violin; Wilhelm Grosz, piano. Also on program: Egon Kornauth, Klavierphantasie op. 10; Julius Bittner, 4 Lieder (1922); Max Springer, 3 Klavierstücke op. 34; H.E. Heller, 3 Lieder (1923).
21 February 1924 Three Songs for soprano and orchestra   Details
Dortmund, 6th Donnerstag-Konzert: Henny Wolff, soprano; Städtisches Orchester Dortmund, cond. Wilhelm Sieben.
March 1924 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
Düsseldorf, Ibachsaal, concert of the Immermannbund: Grete Eveler, violin; Hans Gál, piano.
27 March 1924 Pictures and Tales Suite ***   Details
Vienna: Wiener Philharmonisches Kammerorchester, cond. Rudolf Nilius.
2 May 1924 Symphony No. 2 ***   Details
Bochum: Städtisches Orchester Bochum, cond. Rudolph Schulz-Dornburg (5-movement version).
4 October 1924 Cello Sonata   Details
Vienna, Saal der Sezession, Wiener Musikfest: Joachim Stutschewsky, cello; Walter Kerschbaumer, piano. Also on the program: Josef Haydn, string quartet [as yet unidentified]; Alban Berg, String Quartet op. 3; Hanns Eisler, Piano Sonata op. 1; and Egon Wellesz, Geistliches Lied for soprano, violin, viola, and piano.
14 November 1924 Cello Sonata   Details
Trieste, Italy: Ettore Sigon, cello; Federica Schmitz, piano.
23 November 1924 Cello Sonata   Details
Trieste, Italy: Ettore Sigon, cello; Federica Schmitz, piano.
12 January 1925 Five Songs op. 8   Details
Vienna, Konzerthaus, Mozart-Saal: Maria Bartsch-Jonas, soprano; Wilhelm Grosz, piano (no. 5).
12 January 1925 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
Vienna, Konzerthaus, Mozart-Saal: Maria Bartsch-Jonas, soprano; Wilhelm Grosz, piano (no. 7).
18 January 1925 Fantastic Intermezzo ***   Details
Krefeld: Krefeld Städtisches Orchester, cond. Rudolf Siegel; concert repeated on 19 January 1925.
April 1925 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Saarbrücken: Kolbe Quartet (Raimund Kolbe et al.).
April 1925 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
Vienna, Kammermusiksaal, Konzert Moderner Komponisten: Margarethe Kolbe-Jüllig, violin; Ida von Hartungen, piano. Also on program: works by Hugo Kauder; Arthur Kohn; Franz Mittler.
1 April 1925 String Quartet No. 1 ***   Details
Vienna, Kleiner Konzerthaussaal, Kompositions-Abend Karl Weigl: Kolbe Quartet (Raimund Kolbe et al.).
1 April 1925 Five Songs op. 10   Details
Vienna, Kleiner Konzerthaussaal, Kompositions-Abend Karl Weigl: Emilie Bittner, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 3 and 4).
1 April 1925 Three Songs op. 12   Details
Vienna, Kleiner Konzerthaussaal, Kompositions-Abend Karl Weigl: Emilie Bittner, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 2 and 3).
1 April 1925 Six Songs for low female voice   Details
Vienna, Kleiner Konzerthaussaal, Kompositions-Abend Karl Weigl: Emilie Bittner, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano (no. 6).
1 April 1925 Night Fantasies   Details
Vienna, Kleiner Konzerthaussaal, Kompositions-Abend Karl Weigl: Louise Wandel, piano.
1 April 1925 Violin Sonata No. 1 *   Details
Vienna, Kleiner Konzerthaussaal, Kompositions-Abend Karl Weigl: Margarethe Kolbe-Jüllig, violin; Ida von Hartungen, piano.
13 April 1925 World Festival   Details
Hamburg-Altona, Jubiläumskonzert: Chorverein Ottensen, cond. Norbert Weisert.
7 May 1925 Symphony No. 1 *   Details
Dortmund, Städtische Symphonie-Konzerte, Ufa Palast: Dortmund Symphonie-Orchester, cond. Wilhelm Sieben. Also on program: Joan Manén, Concerto espagnol for violin and orchestra; Wagner, Overture to Der fliegende Holländer.
12 July 1925 Symphony No. 1   Details
Vienna, Burggarten Konzerte: unidentified orchestra, cond. Karl Weigl.
November 1925 Five Songs op. 3   Details
Düsseldorf, Ibachsaal: unidentified singer; A. Fröhlich, piano (nos. 1, 2, and 5).
7 November 1925 Symphony No. 1 *   Details
Meißen: Stadtkapelle Meißen, cond. Walter Helm.
7 November 1925 World Festival   Details
Meißen: Robert Bröll, tenor; Karl Bemmann, bass; Lehrergesangverein Meißen and Stadtkapelle Meißen, cond. Walter Helm.
January 1926 World Festival   Details
Gotha, Musikverein: Gotha Symphonie-Orchester, cond. Hans Trinius.
15 January 1926 Fantastic Intermezzo   Details
Königsberg: Königsberg Orchester, cond. Ernst Kunwald.
March 1926 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
Dresden, Tonkünstlerverein: unidentified violinist; Richard Byk, piano.
8 March 1926 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Vienna, Musiksalon Doblinger: Sedlak-Winkler Quartet (Fritz Sedlak, Winkler, Franz Ippisch et al.). Also on program: Franz Schmidt, String Quartet in A Major.
24 March 1926 Symphony No. 1 *   Details
Utrecht: Utrechtsch Stedelijk Orchest, cond. Evert Cornelis.
April 1926 Pictures and Tales Suite   Details
Vienna: Philharmonisches Kammer-Orchester, cond. Rudolf Nilius.
20 May 1926 Eight Womens Choruses   Details
Frankfurt a. Main, Kurhaus Bad Homburg: Dessoff’scher Frauenchor and Das Kurorchester, cond. Julius Maurer (nos. 1, 4, and 5). Also on program: works by Melchior Franck; Palestrina, Handel; Brahms; Cherubini; Othmar Schoeck.
29 May 1926 World Festival   Details
Chemnitz, 56th ADMV Tonkünstler festival: Fritz Zohsel, tenor; Walter Zimmer, bass; Chemnitzer Beamten-Gesangverein, Chemnitzer Lehrer-Gesangverein, and Chemnitzer Singakademie, cond. Oscar Malata. Also on program: works by H.H. Wetzler, Paul Mueller.
21 February 1927 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
Vienna: Karl Baltz, violin; Luise Wandel, piano.
18 October 1927 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Vienna,Konzerthaus, Mozart Saal: Rosé Quartet (Arnold Rosé, Paul Fischer, Anton Ruzitska, Anton Walter); the group also took the work on that season’s tour of Italy.
12 February 1928 Three Men's Choruses   Details
Vienna, Großer Musikvereinssaal: Wiener Lehrer A-capella Chor, cond. Hans Wagner-Schönkirch.
9 March 1928 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Trieste, Italy: Rosé Quartet (Arnold Rosé, Paul Fischer, Anton Ruzitska, Anton Walter). Also on program: works by Mozart and Beethoven.
5 June 1928 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Vienna Musikalischer Tee im Unterrichtsministerium: Sedlak-Winter Quartet (Fritz Sedlak et al.).
24 June 1928 Giant, The   Details
Vienna, Großer Konzerthaus-Saal: Gemischter Chor der sozialistischen Arbeiterjugend.
July 1928 Pictures and Tales Suite   Details
Vienna, Burggarten: unidentified orchestra, cond. Martin Spörr.
October 1928 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
Vienna: Hilde Rings, violin; Carl Lafite, piano.
14 January 1929 String Quartet No. 4 ***   Details
Berlin, Bachsaal, Österreichischer Komponistenbund concert of Austrian music: Maurits van den Berg, Charlotte Rosen, Lorenz Höber, and Ewel Stegmann [last-minute change from the previously announced Havemann Quartett (Gustav Havemann, Georg Kinestädt, Hans Mahlke, Adolf Steiner)]. Also on program: Hans Gál, Orgeltoccata op. 29; Egon Wellesz, Suite for cello; Wilhelm Grosz, Liebeslieder; Josef Matthias Hauer, Fünf Kammerstücke für Streichquartett, Klavier und Harmonium.
November 1929 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Dortmund, Philharmonischer Verein: Rosé Quartet (Arnold Rosé, Paul Fischer, Anton Ruzitska, Anton Walter).
December 1929 Four Poems for chorus   Details
Vienna: Wiener Madrigalvereinigung Chor, cond. Hans Gál.

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1930-1939
25 January 1930 Violin Concerto ***   Details
Vienna, Grosser Musikvereinssaal, Arbeiter-Sinfonie Konzerte: Josef Wolfsthal and Arbeiter Sinfonie-Orchester, cond. Nikolai Malko. Also on program: Franz Liszt, Les Preludes; Joseph Haydn, Symphony in G Major; Rimsky-Korsakov, from the suite Zar Saltan; Igor Stravinsky, final scene from Petrushka.
16 February 1930 Fantastic Intermezzo   Details
Vienna, Großer Musikvereinssaal, Philharmonische Konzerte; Fantastic Intermezzo op. 18, with Wiener Philharmonisches Orchester, cond. Wilhelm Furtwängler. Also on program: Max Reger, Variations and Fugue for orchestra op. 132; Brahms, Symphony No. 2.
11 March 1930 Symphony No. 2 **   Details
Vienna, Großer Musikvereinsaal: Wiener Symphonie-Orchester, cond. Robert Heger (4-mvt revision). Also on program: Otto Nicolai, Overture to Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor; Brahms, Variations on a Theme by Haydn op. 56.
January 1931 Fantastic Intermezzo   Details
Dortmund, Dortmund Städtisches Orchester; cond. Wilhelm Sieben.
29 October 1931 Piano Concerto ***   Details
Prague: Ignaz Friedman and Wiener Philharmonisches Orchester, cond. George Szell.
3 November 1931 Six Songs for low female voice   Details
Vienna, Schubert Saal, Konzerthaus: unidentified singer; Anton Reichel, piano.
16 November 1931 String Quartet No. 4   Details
Vienna, private musicale Zur Weihe des Hauses Schmitz [Fritzi Schmitz]: string quartet (Franz Alt, Fritz Alt, Felix Buonaventura, Bernhard Antscherl).
16 November 1931 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Vienna, private musicale, Zur Weihe des Hauses Schmitz [Fritzi Schmitz]: Grete Schneider, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano.
16 November 1931 Five Songs op. 10   Details
Vienna, private musicale, Zur Weihe des Hauses Schmitz [Fritzi Schmitz]: Maria Weigl [or Grete Schneider?], soprano; Karl Weigl, piano.
24 November 1931 28 Variations   Details
Vienna, Streicher Hall, Neue Wiener Musikgemeinde: Marianne Munk Weissberger, piano. Also on program: songs by Korngold, Kienzl, Theodor Streicher, and Alban Berg; and chamber works by Kornauth and Franz Schmidt.
24 November 1931 28 Variations   Details
Vienna, Streicher Hall, Neue Wiener Musikgemeinde: Marianne Munk Weissberger, piano. Also on program: songs by Wilhelm Kienzl.
26 November 1931 Piano Concerto **   Details
Vienna, Wiener Rundfunk, RAVAG: Ignaz Friedmann, piano; Wiener Sinfonie-Orchester, cond. Oswald Kabasta.
26 January 1932 Five Songs op. 10   Details
Vienna, Neuer Frauenklub, Liederabend moderner österreichischer Komponisten: Otti Hey, singer; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 3 and 5). Also on program: works by works by Franz Mittler; Fritz E. Pamer; Joseph Marx; Alban Berg; Ernst Krenek.
26 January 1932 Children’s Songs op. 11   Details
Vienna, Neuer Frauenklub, Liederabend moderner österreichischer KomponistenOtti Hey, singer; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 4 and 6). Also on program: works by works by Franz Mittler; Fritz E. Pamer; Joseph Marx; Alban Berg; Ernst Krenek.
June 1932 Vienna, Im Hause von Frau Ottavio Schmitzr: Hermann Nagel, tenor; M. Schell-Noe, actor; Karl Weigl, piano.
June 1932 Pied Piper, The ***   Details
Vienna, Im Hause von Frau Ottavio Schmitzr: Hermann Nagel, tenor; M. Schell-Noe, actor; Karl Weigl, piano.
8 July 1932 Symphony No. 1   Details
Vienna, Burggarten Konzerte: Wiener Sinfonie-Orchester, cond. Karl Weigl. Also on program, cond. Walter Cornelius: Richard Wagner, Overture to Tannhäuser; Camille Saint-Saens, Danse macabre; and Egon Lustgarten, Slowakische Volksliederbearbeitungen, cond. Lustgarten and with Jella Braun-Fernwald.
4 March 1933 Children’s Songs op. 11   Details
Vienna: Marianne Mislap-Kapper, alto; Franz Mittler [Franz Kurzweil?], piano.
21 March 1933 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
Vienna, Kammersaal, Musikverein: Magda Hajos, violin; Walter Bricht, piano.
23 March 1933 Night Fantasies   Details
Vienna, Konzerthaus, Mozart-Saal: Ada Goldschmidt and Hans Weber, piano (2-piano arrangement).
5 December 1933 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Vienna, Musikverein, Österreichischer Komponistenbund: Anny Richter, soprano; Water Bricht, piano (nos. 2, 3, 4, and 5). Also on program: works by W. Singer, Hans E. Peró, Josef Rinaldini, Viktor Hruby, Franz Hasenöhrl, Karl Senn.
19 April 1934 Night Fantasies   Details
Vienna, Konzerthaus, Mozart-Saal: Renée Gärtner, piano.
7 May 1934 Night Fantasies   Details
Vienna, Akademietheater: Gertrud Bodenwieser Tanzgruppe (choreographed).
8 November 1934 Five Songs op. 3   Details
Vienna, Musikverein, Kleiner Saal, Liederabend Elsa Weigl-Pazeller: Elsa Weigl-Pazeller, soprano; Otto Janowitz, piano (no. 5). Also on program: songs by Walter Klein, Walter Bricht, Hugo Kauder, Hugo Wolf.
8 November 1934 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
Vienna, Kleiner Musikvereinsaal: Elsa Weigl-Pazeller, soprano; Karl Weig, piano (nos. 2 and 3). Also on program: songs by Walter Klein, Walter Bricht, Hugo Kauder, Hugo Wolf.
8 November 1934 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
Vienna, Musikverein, Kleiner Saal, Liederabend Elsa Weigl-Pazeller: Elsa Pazeller, soprano; Otto Janowitz, piano (nos. 1 and 2).
8 November 1934 Five Songs op. 10   Details
Vienna, Musikverein, Kleiner Saal, Liederabend Elsa Weigl-Pazeller: Elsa Weigl-Pazeller, soprano; Otto Janowitz, piano (nos. 1 and 2). Also on program: songs by Walter Klein, Walter Bricht, Hugo Kauder, Hugo Wolf.
23 November 1934 String Quartet No. 5 ***   Details
Vienna, Konzerthaus, Mittlerer Saal: Busch Quartet (Adolf Busch, Gösta Andreasson, Karl Doktor, Hermann Busch). Also on program: Haydn, String Quartet in Bb Major op. 76 no. 4; Beethoven, String Quartet in Eb Major op. 127.
13 December 1934 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Vienna, Konzerthaus, Staatsakademie für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Jubiläumskonzert for Konservatorium der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde: Felicie Hüni-Mihaczek, soprano; Otto Schulhof, piano. Also on program: works by Robert Fuchs, Egon Kornauth, Franz Schmidt, Richard Stöhr, Alexander Zemlinsky, Joseph Marx, Max Springer, Karl Prohaska, Hugo Wolf, Franz Schreker.
25 January 1935 Five Songs op. 23 ***   Details
Vienna, Saal des Wissenschaftlichen Clubs, Konzerte Neuer Musik: Hanna Schwarz, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano. Also on program: works by Ernst Bachrich, Karl Stimmer, Otto Jokl, Marie Hofer, Walter Bricht.
23 February 1935 Four Seasons   Details
Vienna, Wiener Urania, Jugendnachmittag Musik ist in der Welt: Kinderorchester and Kinderchor des Mädchen-Realgymnasiums Beatrixgasse, cond. Elsa Weigl-Pazeller, with Karl Weigl, piano.
25 February 1935 Comedy Overture   Details
Vienna, RAVAG radio performance and broadcast: unidentified orchestra, cond. Karl Auderieth.
28 April 1935 Two Womens Choruses   Details
Vienna, Großer Ehrbarsaal, Österreichischer Tag der Musikpflege 1935: Wiener Kammerchor, cond. Ernst Kanitz (no. 1). Also on program: works by Franz Schmidt, Ernst Kanitz, Josef Rinaldini, Franz Hasenöhrl, Paul Amadeus Pisk, Rudolf Réti.
May 1935 Five Songs op. 23   Details
Vienna: Hanna Schwarz, soprano; unidentified, piano. Also on program: works by Casella; Malipiero; Lualdi; Cenci; Bachrich; Stimmer; Otto Jokl; Walter Bricht; Marie Hofer.
15 May 1935 Five Songs op. 23   Details
Vienna, Volkshochschule Wien, Komponisten-Konzert: Elsa Pazeller, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano. Also on program: works by Hans Gál; Walter Bricht; Josef Lechthaler; Josef Frankl, Paul; Amadeus Pisk; Karl Roger; Ernst Tittel; Max Ast; Kurt Pahlen; Arthur Johannes Scholz; performed by Felice von Antburg, soprano; Robert Walter Spitz, Stella Wang, and Bernard Kaff, piano.
17 May 1935 Pictures and Tales **   Details
Stockholm, K. Musikaliska Akademien: Willi Klasen, piano. Also on program: works by Schubert; Franz Arbter [sic]; Otto Siegl; Lars Erik Paulsson; Axel Raoul Wachtmeister; Olof Anderberg; Josef Rinaldini; Willy Klasen.
18 June 1935 28 Variations   Details
Vienna: Hans Pawlitzo, piano. Also on program: songs by Egon Wellesz; Ernst Kanitz; Josef Rinaldini; Paul Pisk, with Margarete Herbst, soprano.
25 November 1935 Five Songs op. 23   Details
Vienna, Großer Ehrbarsaal, Oesterreichischer Komponistenbund: Hanna Schwarz, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano. Also on program: works by Alfred Freudenhain; Walther Klein; Johanna Müller-Hermann; Paul Josef Frankl; Max Springer.
30 November 1935 Four Seasons   Details
Vienna, Neuer Saal der Hofburg, 25-Jahr-Feier des Mädchenrealgymnasiums Beatrixgasse: Kinderorchester and Kinderchor des Mädchen-Realgymnasiums Beatrixgasse, cond. Elsa Pazeller, with Karl Weigl, piano.
3 April 1936 String Quartet No. 4   Details
Vienna, Großer Ehrbarsaal: Rothschild Quartet (Fritz Rothschild, Armin Kaufmann, A. Kreiner, Hans Czegka). Also on program: Franz Schmidt, Piano Quintet (with Paul Wittgenstein, piano); Beethoven, String Quartet op. 59 no. 2.
23 April 1936 Nature   Details
Vienna, Kleiner Musikvereinssaal: Wiener Madrigalvereinigung, cond. Hans Gál. Also on program: works by Schütz; Giuseppe Verdi; J.S. Bach; Joseph Haydn; Hans Gál; Claude Debussy.
9 May 1936 String Quartet No. 5   Details
Vienna, private musicale, Frau Professor Carl Prohaska: Weiss Quartet (Lilly Weiss, Lotte Selka, Edith Steinbauer, Frida Krause). Also on program: Weigl songs, various [unidentified], with Margarethe Philipsky, alto; Käthe Schwarz-Hoffmann, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano.
3 June 1936 Night Fantasies   Details
Vienna, Musikverein, Grosser Musikvereinsaal: Tanzgruppe Gertrud Bodenwieser; Marcel Lorber, piano (choreographed).
19 June 1936 Night Fantasies   Details
No. 3, choreographed under the title Sonnenuntergang (Sunset), Vienna, Grosser Konzerthaussaal, Wiener Festwochen 1936: Tanzgruppe Gertrud Bodenwieser, dir. Marcel Lorber, piano.
15 November 1936 Comedy Overture   Details
Vienna: Wiener Konzertorchester, cond. Hans Gál.
25 November 1936 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Paris, Foyer international des Etudiantes, Legation dAutriche, Festival de Musique Autrichienne Contemporaine: Aurora Argenti, contralto; unidentified pianist.
25 November 1936 Five Songs from “Phantasus” **   Details
Nos. 1 and 5, Paris, Foyer international des Etudiantes, Legation dAutriche, Festival de Musique Autrichienne Contemporaine, Aurora Argenti, contralto; unidentified pianist. Also on the program, works by Franz Hasenöhrl, Heller, Ludwig Rochlitzer, Josef Lechthaler, Alfred Uhl, and Schubert.
29 November 1936 String Quartet No. 5 **   Details
Reading, England: Weiss Quartet (Lilly Weiss, Lotte Selka, Edith Steinbauer, Frida Krause).
18 January 1937 Eight Womens Choruses   Details
Vienna: Wiener Frauenkammerchor, cond. Ernst Kanitz (3 nos.).
7 March 1937 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet ***   Details
Vienna, private musicale, Eichendorff-Runde Musikalisch-literarischer Abend: Zoë Prasch-Formacher and the Kolbe Quartet (Raimund Kolbe et al.). Also on program: Alfons Blümel, Drei Lieder; Franz Hasenöhrl, Drei Lieder für Alt und Streichquartett; Hedy Frank-Autherid, Lieder.
April 1937 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
Brno, radio concert and broadcast: Gerda Redlich, alto; Staeren, baritone; unidentified, piano. Also on program: Erich Zeisl, Passacaglia für großes Orchester; and works by Friedrich Wildgans and Julius Bittner.
21 April 1937 Five Songs op. 10   Details
Seven Songs op. 1   Details
Brno, radio concert and broadcast: Gerda Redlich, alto; unidentified, piano. Also on program: Erich Zeisl, Passacaglia für großes Orchester; and works by Friedrich Wildgans and Julius Bittner.
21 April 1937 Five Songs op. 10   Details
Vienna: Gerda Redlich, alto; unidentified pianist.
5 November 1937 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Vienna, Brahms-Saal, Oesterreichischer Abend: Elisabeth Schumann and the Rosé Quartet (Arnold Rosé, Stvertka, Weiß, Friedrich Buxbaum). Also on program: songs by Josef Rinaldini, Franz Schubert, Joseph Marx, and Hugo Wolf.
1 December 1937 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet **   Details
London, Austrian Embassy, musical reception: Elisabeth Schumann and the Brosa Quartet (Antonio Brosa, Thel Bridge, Frank Bridge, Bernard Richards).
16 December 1937 String Quartet No. 5   Details
Vienna, Konzerthaus, Schubertsaal: Kammerkonzert des Komponistenbundes: Weiss Quartet (Lily Weiss, Lotte Selka, Edith Steinbauer, Frida Krause). Also on program: Alexander Spitzmüller-Hamersbach, Cello Sonate; Kurt Roger, Ballade für Klavier; Max Springer, Drei Klavierstücke; Erich Zeisl, Lieder; Robert Leukauf, Zwei Gesänge.
18 December 1937 Three Songs for mezzo-soprano and string quartet ***   Details
Vienna: Nanni Annibali, mezzo-soprano; Weiss Quartet (Lily Weiss, Lotte Selka, Edith Steinbauer, Frida Krause). Also on program: works by Praetorius; Rosenmüller; Bach; Händel; Hofhaimer; Lemlin; Senfl; Gál; Walter Klein; Kodaly; Caldara; Mozart; Beethoven.
10 March 1938 Pictures and Tales Suite   Details
Vienna, Großer Ehrbarsaal: Wiener Konzertorchester, cond. Rudolf Fellner. Also on program: Haydn, Symphony No. 88 in G Major; Beethoven, Piano Concerto in E-flat Major; Erich Zeisl, Scherzo and Fugue für Streichorchester; Gustav Mahler, 4 songs.
19 May 1938 String Quartet No. 5   Details
Vienna, private musicale, home of Frau Reik-Bodanzky: string quartet (Elsie Stein, Schwarz, Stwertka, Friedrich Buxbaum).
19 May 1938 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Vienna, private musicale, home of Frau Reik-Bodanzky: Philippsky, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano.
19 May 1938 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
Vienna, private musicale, home of Frau Reik-Bodanzky: Belasco, baritone; Karl Weigl, piano.
22 November 1938 String Quartet No. 5   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Miss Henriette Michelson, Chamber Music Evening, Compositions by Karl Weigl: string quartet (Felix Galimir, Kurt Frederick, Lotte Hammerschlag, and Vally Gara).
22 November 1938 Five Songs op. 3   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Miss Henriette Michelson, Chamber Music Evening: Emil Rosenberg, tenor; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 1 and 5).
22 November 1938 Five Songs op. 23   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Miss Henriette Michelson, Chamber Music Evening, Compositions by Karl Weigl: Emil Rosenberg, tenor; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 2, 3, and 5).
22 November 1938 Three Songs for mezzo-soprano and string quartet   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Miss Henriette Michelson, Chamber Music Evening, Compositions by Karl Weigl: Alice Howland, soprano; string quartet (Felix Galimir, Kurt Frederick, Lotte Hammerschlag, and Vally Gara).
22 November 1938 Night Fantasies   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Miss Henriette Michelson: Chamber Music Evening, Compositions by Karl Weigl: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano (2-piano arrangement).
18 April 1939 String Quartet No. 5   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Miss Henriette Michelson, Private Performance of Prof. Karl Weigls Chamber Music: unidentified quartet. Also on program: Weigl piano works and songs.
27 April 1939 Pictures and Tales Suite   Details
Germantown, Pennsylvania, Spring Concert: Germantown Symphony Orchestra, cond. Lindsay Norden. Also on program: works by Karl Goldmark: Henry Hadley; Beethoven; Bizet; Mozart; Weber.
28 April 1939 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. Frank (Rebecca) Bradbeer: Alice Howland and Karl Weig (arrangement for voice and piano). Also on program: works by Mozart, Schubert, Brahms, and Dvorak.
28 April 1939 Pictures and Tales   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. Frank Bradbeer: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano (2-piano version).
10 August 1939 Five Songs op. 23   Details
Cape Cod Institute of Music, Massachusetts, Dr. Karl Weigl in a program of his own compositions: Lys Bert, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano [possibly the Five Songs listed in program were not op. 23].
10 August 1939 Pictures and Tales   Details
Cape Cod Institute of Music, Massachusetts, Dr. Karl Weigl in a program of his own compositions: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano (2-piano version).
10 August 1939 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
Cape Cod Institute of Music, Massachusetts, Dr. Karl Weigl in a program of his own compositions: Hugo Kolberg, violin; Karl Weigl, piano.
13 November 1939 Pictures and Tales   Details
Newark, New Jersey, Clinton Masonic Temple, Musicale Culture Circle of Divinity: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano (2-piano version). Also on program: Mozart, unidentified piano sonata; Schrieber [sic], Esterhazy Fantasy; Brahms, Hungarian Waltzes; Dvorak, Slavonic Dances.
17 November 1939 Pictures and Tales   Details
Germantown, Pennsylvania, Germantown Friends School, Principals Reception to the Senior Class: Karl and Vally Weigl, piano (2-piano version). Also on program: works by Mozart; Schubert; Brahms; Richard Strauss.

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1940-1949
17 January 1940 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
New York, WQXR radio broadcast, Compositions by Karl Weigl: Roman Totenberg, violin; Karl Weigl, piano.
10 April 1940 String Quartet No. 5   Details
New York, private musicale Mrs. H.A. Guinzburg, Works by Karl Weigl: Elsie Stein Quartet (Elsie Stein, Jason Goldwater, Murray Pollak, Vally Gara).
10 April 1940 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. H.A. Guinzburg, Works by Karl Weigl: Alice Howland and the Elsie Stein string quartet (Elsie Stein, Jason Goldwater, Murray Pollak, Vally Gara).
19 November 1940 Cello Sonata   Details
Philadelphia, Friendship House, American Artists Interpreting Emigré Music: Ernest Silberstein, cello; Bernard Segall, piano.
21 November 1940 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Philadelphia, PA, private musicale, Mrs. Wasserman, Works by Karl Weigl: Lore Meyer[?], soprano; Karl Weigl, piano.
21 November 1940 Cello Sonata   Details
Philadelphia, private musicale, home of Mrs. Wasserman, Works by Karl Weigl: Benar Heifetz, cello; Karl Weigl, piano.
3 January 1941 Viola Sonata   Details
Hartford, Connecticut: Julius Hartt School of Music: Alfred Kohn, viola; Karl Weigl, piano. Also on program: Handel, Concerto in B Minor; Ernst Bloch, Suite for viola and piano.
2 February 1941 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Chicago, Curtiss Hall: Beverly Watts, soprano; unidentified pianist.
21 February 1941 Viola Sonata   Details
New Jersey, WHOM radio performance and broadcast: William Schoen, viola; Karl Weigl, piano.
21 February 1941 Night Fantasies   Details
New Jersey, WHOM radio performance and broadcast: Harriet Serr and Karl Weigl, piano (2-piano version).
23 February 1941 Two Pieces for cello   Details
New Jersey, WHOM radio performance and broadcast: George Finckel, cello; Karl Weigl, piano. Also on program, Weigls Norwegian Dance for four-hand piano, with Karl and Vally Weigl; and Two Pieces for violin and piano (no. 1, Notturno), with Herbert Sorkin and Karl Weigl.
23 February 1941 Norwegian Dance   Details
New Jersey, WHOM radio performance and broadcast: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano. Also on program, Weigls Two Pieces for violin and piano No. 1 (Notturno), with Herbert Sorkin and Karl Weigl; and Two Pieces for cello, with George Finckel and Karl Weigl.
23 February 1941 Two Pieces for violin   Details
New Jersey: Herbert Sorkin, violin; Karl Weigl, piano (no. 1, Notturno). Also on program, Weigls Norwegian Dance for four-hand piano, with Karl and Vally Weigl; and Two Pieces for cello, with George Finckel and Karl Weigl.
8 April 1941 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. H.A. Guinzburg, Works by Karl Weigl: Alice Howland and Stein String Quartet (Elsie Stein, Hans J. Rhones, Leo Ratner, Vally Gara).
8 April 1941 Violin Sonata No. 2   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. H.A. Guinzburg, Works by Karl Weigl: Roman Totenberg, violin; Karl Weigl, piano.
8 May 1941 String Quartet No. 5   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. Emil Goldmark, Compositions by Karl Weigl: Elsie Stein Quartet (Elsie Stein, Hans J. Rhones, Leo Ratner, Vally Gara).
8 May 1941 Six Songs for low female voice   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. Emil Goldmark, 135 Central Park West, Compositions by Karl Weigl: Ruth Kisch-Arndt, contralto; Karl Weigl, piano (nos. 2, 3, and 6).
8 May 1941 Pictures and Tales   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. Emil Goldmark, 135 Central Park West, Compositions by Karl Weigl: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano (2-piano version).
8 May 1941 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. Emil Goldmark, 135 Central Park West, Compositions by Karl Weigl: Elsie Stein, violin; Karl Weigl, piano (Adagio).
4 June 1941 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
New York, New Collegium Musicum, First Concert of Chamber Music: Alice Howland and the Elsie Stein String Quartet (Elsie Stein, Hans J. Rhones, Leo Ratner, Vally Gara). Also on program: works by Josef Wagner; H.E. Heller; Eric Zeisl; Josef Wagner; Fritz Schreiber; Robert Henried; Kurt G. Roger; Frederick Jacobi.
26 November 1941 28 Variations   Details
New York, Studio Club, YMCA, New Collegium Musicum, First Concert of Chamber Music: Charles Rosen, piano. Also on program: works by Daniel Gregory Mason; Ed. Horsman; E. Charles; Edward Harris; Hans Heller; Charles Haubiel; Rosy Geiger-Kullman; Kurt Roger.
29 November 1941 Pictures and Tales   Details
Englewood, New Jersey, Dwight School, Piano Duet Recital by Dr. and Mrs. Karl Weigl (2-piano version). Also on program: Mozart, Piano Duet Sonata in B-flat Major; Beethoven, Piano Duet Sonata in D major; Schumann, Impromptu, Evening Song, Seek and Hiding; Dvorak, Three Legends and Two Slavonic Dances; Brahms, Waltzes.
8 February 1942 New York, private musicale: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano. Also on program: Mozart, Piano Duet Sonata in D Major; Schubert, Esterhazy Fantasy in F Major and excerpt from Rosamunde; Dvorak, Three Legends; Bizet, L’Arlesienne Suite.
15 February 1942 Old Vienna   Details
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, Musicale at the Baldwin School: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano (4-hand piano version). Also on program: Mozart Piano Duet Sonata in D Major; Schubert Grand Duo; Beethoven, Adagio from the Pathetique Sonata (Karl Weigl solo); Schumann, Three Pieces for piano duet; Dvorak, Three Legends.
16 April 1942 Norwegian Dance   Details
New York, Brick Church, Newcomers Christian Fellowship, Concert of Nations, dir. Karl Weigl: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano. Also on program: works by Schubert; Beethoven; Chopin; Dvorak; and Grieg, Norwegian Dances.
26 May 1942 Three Intermezzi for string quartet   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. H. A. Guinzburg: Marjorie Fulton, Louis Fischzohn, Kalman Fleisig, Sidney Edwards (string quartet version). Also on program: Ysaye, Prelude for violin solo; Bach, arias arranged for soprano and cello.
26 May 1942 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet **   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. H. A. Guinsburg: Alice Howland and the quartet (Marjorie Fulton, Louis Fischzohn, Kalman Fleisig, Sidney Edwards). Also on program: Ysaye, Prelude for violin solo; Bach, arias arranged for soprano and cello.
26 May 1942 Piano Trio ***   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. H. A. Guinsburg: Stefan Frenkel, violin; Leo Rostal, cello; Bruno Eisner, piano. Also on program: Ysaye, Prelude for violin solo; Bach, arias arranged for soprano and cello.
26 May 1942 Violin Sonata No. 2   Details
New York, private musicale, home of Mrs. H. A. Guinsburg: Joan Field, violin; Karl Weigl, piano. Also on program: Ysaye, Prelude for violin solo; Bach, arias arranged for soprano and cello.
29 November 1942 Revelation   Details
New York, Media Friends Vesper Program: Karl and Vally Weigl. Also on program: works by Bach; Schubert; Beethoven; Brahms; Dvorak.
1 May 1943 Pied Piper, The **   Details
New York, Trinity Church: Musical Arts Studio, dir. John Gutman, with Julius Burger, music director; Gordon Davis, stage director; Mario Giacolone, technical director; William Toole, chorus director (performance repeated 2 May 1943).
24 September 1943 String Quartet No. 5 **   Details
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, Swarthmore College: Busch Quartet (Adolf Busch, Gösta Andreasson, Lotte Hammerschlag, Hermann Busch).
14 December 1943 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
New York, New Collegium Musicum: Cynthia Rosen and the Elsie Stein String Quartet (Elsie Stein, Hans J. Ronis, Alfred Troemel, Vally Gara-Stein). Also on program: Alban Berg, Piano Sonata op. 1; Eda Rapoport, Lamentations on Hebrew Themes; Marion Bauer, Aquarel; Kurt G. Roger, Ballade; Eda Rapoport, 3 songs; Frederic Jacobi, Hadiographa for string quartet and piano.
24 March 1944 Pictures and Tales   Details
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, Swarthmore College, Clothier Memorial Auditorium: Karl Weig and Vally Weigl, piano. Also on the program, with Roman Totenberg in the violin works: Weigl, Violin Sonata No. 2; Mozart, Piano Duet Sonata in D Major; Schubert, Phantasy in F Minor; Brahms, Violin Sonata in A Major op. 100; and Dvorak, Three Legends and Slavonic Dance.
24 March 1944 Violin Sonata No. 2   Details
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, Swarthmore College, Clothier Memorial Auditorium: Roman Totenberg, violin; Karl Weigl, piano. Also on the program, with Vally Weigl in the four-hand piano works: Weigl, Pictures and Tales for piano duet; Mozart, Piano Duet Sonata in D Major; Schubert, Phantasy in F Minor; Brahms, Violin Sonata in A Major op. 100; and Dvorak, Three Legends and Slavonic Dance.
12 May 1944 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
New York, Brooklyn College, Faculty Original Works Concert: Francis C. Lathrop, violin; Karl Weigl, piano (Adagio: The Singing Bird’s Song Before Night). Also on program: works by Francis C. Lathrop; Miriam Gideon; Josef Alexander; and Ivan Langstroth.
20 May 1944 Invisible Light, The   Details
New York, Studio Club, Concert for the Benefit of the MacDowell Colony: Ethel Luening, singer; Karl Weigl, piano.
20 May 1944 Two Pieces for cello   Details
New York, Studio Club, Concert for the Benefit of the MacDowell Colony: Margaret Aue, cello; Karl Weigl, piano. Also on the program: works for piano four-hands by Franz Schubert and Antonin Dvorak; readings by Laura Benet.
20 May 1944 Night Fantasies   Details
New York, Studio Club, Concert for the Benefit of the MacDowell Colony: Karl Weigl and Edna Bockstein, piano (2-piano arrangement).
25 May 1944 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
New York, radio broadcast WNYC, Compositions of Karl Weigl: unidentified singer; Karl Weigl, piano.
25 May 1944 Two Pieces for cello   Details
New York, WNYC radio performance and broadcast, Compositions of Karl Weigl, with the composer at the piano: Stefan Auber, cello; Karl Weigl, piano.
30 May 1944 Night Fantasies   Details
New York, Concert for the Benefit of the MacDowell Colony: Edna Bockstein, piano (three-movement version).
24 January 1945 Pictures and Tales **   Details
Philadelphia, a Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation concert, Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano.
24 January 1945 Pictures and Tales   Details
Philadelphia, a Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation concert: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano (4-hand arrangement).
7 April 1945 Five Songs op. 10   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum, Ask The Composer, Outstanding Contemporary Composers and Their Music—Karl Weigl: Five Songs for soprano and piano, op. 23, with Sally Cherry Pestcoe, soprano, and Karl Weigl, piano. Also on the program: Pictures and Tales op. 2 for piano duet, with Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano; Adagio from Violin Sonata No. 1 op. 16, “The Singing Bird’s Song Before Night,” with Boris Schwarz, violin, and Karl Weigl, piano; Five Songs for mezzo-soprano and piano, with Alice Howland, soprano, and Karl Weigl, piano; Two Pieces for violoncello and piano op. 33, with James Scholz, cello, and Karl Weigl, piano.
7 April 1945 Five Songs op. 23   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum, Ask The Composer, Outstanding Contemporary Composers and Their Music— Karl Weigl: Five Songs for mezzo-soprano and piano, with Alice Howland, soprano, and Karl Weigl, piano. Also on the program: Pictures and Tales op. 2 for piano duet, with Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano; Five Songs for soprano and piano op. 23, with Sally Cherry Pestcoe, soprano, and Karl Weigl, piano; Adagio from Violin Sonata No. 1 op. 16, “The Singing Bird’s Song Before Night,” with Boris Schwarz, violin, and Karl Weigl, piano; Two Pieces for violoncello and piano op. 33, with James Scholz, cello, and Karl Weigl, piano.
7 April 1945 Two Pieces for cello   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum, Ask The Composer, Outstanding Contemporary Composers and Their Music—Karl Weigl: Two Pieces for cello and piano. op. 33, with Janos Scholz, cello, and Karl Weigl, piano. Also on the program: Pictures and Tales op. 2 for piano duet, with Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano; Five Songs for soprano and piano op. 23, with Sally Cherry Pestcoe, soprano, and Karl Weigl, piano; Adagio from Violin Sonata No. 1 op. 16, “The Singing Bird’s Song Before Night,” with Boris Schwarz, violin, and Karl Weigl, piano; Five Songs for mezzo-soprano and piano, with Alice Howland, mezzo-soprano, and Karl Weigl, piano.
7 April 1945 Pictures and Tales   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum, Ask The Composer, Outstanding Contemporary Composers and Their Music—Karl Weigl: Pictures and Tales op. 2 for piano duet, with Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano (4-hand arrangement). Also on the program: Five Songs for soprano and piano op. 23, with Sally Cherry Pestcoe, soprano, and Karl Weigl, piano; Adagio from Violin Sonata No. 1 op. 16, “The Singing Bird’s Song Before Night,” with Boris Schwarz, violin, and Karl Weigl, piano; Five Songs for mezzo-soprano and piano, with Alice Howland, soprano, and Karl Weigl, piano; Two Pieces for violoncello and piano op. 33, with James Scholz, cello, and Karl Weigl, piano.
7 April 1945 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum, Ask the Composer: Outstanding Contemporary Composers and Their Music—Karl Weigl: Adagio from Violin Sonata No. 1 op. 16, with Boris Schwarz, violin, and Karl Weigl, piano. Also on the program: Pictures and Tales op. 2 for piano duet, with Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano; Five Songs for soprano and piano op. 23, with Sally Cherry Pestcoe, soprano, and Karl Weigl, piano; Five Songs for mezzo-soprano and piano, with Alice Howland, soprano, and Karl Weigl, piano; Two Pieces for violoncello and piano op. 33, with James Scholz, cello, and Karl Weigl, piano.
16 April 1945 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Chicago: Beverly Watts, soprano; Horace Bennett, piano.
3 May 1945 Five Songs op. 10   Details
unidentified venue: Maria Pos-Carloforti, alto; Karl Weigl, piano (3 nos.).
3 May 1945 Five Songs op. 10   Details
New York: Maria Pos-Carloforti, alto; Karl Weigl, piano.
3 May 1945 Two Pieces for cello   Details
New York: Youri Bilstin, cello; Karl Weigl, piano.
30 November 1945 Night Fantasies   Details
New York, Carnegie Hall: Ray Lev, piano.
1 February 1946 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
New York, WNYC radio performance and broadcast: Barbara Troxell and members of the Brooklyn Chamber Music Society.
3 February 1946 String Quartet No. 5   Details
Boston: Boston Conservatory of Music: Boston Conservatory String Quartet (Gaston Elcus, Clarence Knudson, Jean Lefranc, Jacobus Langendoen). Also on program: Frank Bridge, Novelletten for Strings; Johannes Brahms, Piano Quintet op. 34.
1 March 1946 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
New York, WNYC radio broadcast: Beverley Lane, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano.
1 March 1946 Cello Sonata   Details
New York, WNYC radio broadcast: George Finckel, cello; Karl Weigl, piano.
14 March 1946 Cello Sonata   Details
New York, Hadley Studio, National Association for American Composers and Conductor: George Finckel, cello; Vivian Rivkin, piano.
23 March 1946 Eight Womens Choruses   Details
Poughkeepsie, New York, Vassar College: Vassar Glee Club, dir. John Peirce, and Princeton Glee Club, dir. J. Merrill Knapp.
21 October 1946 Comedy Overture   Details
Rochester, New York, Eastman School of Music, Seventieth American Composers Concert: Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra, cond. Howard Hanson.
22 October 1946 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Brooklyn, New York, Brooklyn Chamber Music Society: Barbara Troxell and the string quartet (Carl H. Tollefsen, Irving Kligfield, Jack Shapiro, Youry Bilstin). Also on program: Beethoven, Trio in B flat op. 97; Robert Schumann, Quintet for piano and strings op. 44; performers included Karl Weigl, piano.
21 March 1947 Five Songs op. 8   Details
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Old Philadelphia Custom House, American Friends Service Committee Benefit Concert for Work in Germany: Alice Howland, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano (no. 5). Also on program: Schubert, Esterhazy Phantasie; and songs by Schubert, Schumann, and Brahms.
21 March 1947 Refugee, The   Details
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Old Philadelphia Custom House, American Friends Service Committee Benefit Concert for Work in Germany: Alice Howland, soprano; Karl Weigl, piano. Also on program: Schubert, Esterhazy Phantasie; and songs by Schubert, Schumann, and Brahms.
21 March 1947 Revelation   Details
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Old Philadelphia Custom House, American Friends Service Committee Benefit Concert for Work in Germany: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl. Also on program: Schubert, Esterhazy Phantasie; and songs by Schubert, Schumann, and Brahms.
21 March 1947 Norwegian Dance   Details
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Old Philadelphia Custom House, American Friends Service Committee Benefit Concert for Work in Germany: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl. Also on program: Schubert, Esterhazy Phantasie; and songs by Schubert, Schumann, and Brahms.
1 June 1947 Two Religious Choruses   Details
Boston, Boston Conservatory of Music: Boston Conservatory of Music students.
7 November 1947 Test Performance ***   Details
Viola Sonata   Details
New York, Mannes College School of Music: Paul Doktor, viola; Karl Weigl, piano.
2 December 1947 Revelation   Details
Westtown, Pennsylvania, Westtown Alumni Committee for the Benefit of the Westtown 150th Anniversary Fund: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano. Also on program: Norwegian Dance, and works by Bach; Schubert; Brahms; Beethoven; Chopin; Kern; Debussy.
15 February 1948 String Quartet No. 5   Details
New York, WNYC radio broadcast, New York City’s Music Festival: New York City String Quartet (Werner Lywen, Barnett Gardelle, Godfrey Layafsky, George Finckel).
27 November 1948 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, Columbia University, McMillin Academic Theatre, Composer’s Forum, Compositions by Karl Weigl: unidentified, viola; Karl Weigl, piano.
30 January 1949 Old Vienna   Details
Rochester New York, Eastman Theatre, Viennese Night: Rochester Civic Orchestra, cond. Guy Fraser Harrison. Also on program: works by Johann Strauss; Gaertner-Kreisler; Franz Lehar; Waldteufel; Stoltz; Suppe.
9 August 1949 Viola Sonata   Details
Normal, Illinois, Illinois State Normal University: Paul Doktor, viola; Bob Henderson, piano.

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1950-1959
26 February 1950 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, Times Hall, The National Association for American Composers and Conductors: Sol Greitzer, viola; Alice Shapiro, piano. Also on the program: works by Carl McKinley, George Kleinsinger, Kurt Weill, Dello Jolo, Daughtery, Hugo Norden, and Roger Goeb.
18 January 1951 Viola Sonata   Details
New York: further performance details unknown.
31 January 1951 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
New York:William Gephart, baritone; Ludwig Lennel, piano (nos. 2, 3, and 7).
31 January 1951 Three Songs for mezzo-soprano or baritone   Details
New York: William Gephart, baritone; Ludwig Lennel, piano.
31 January 1951 Two Pieces for cello   Details
New York, Mannes School: Luigi Silva, cello; Leopold Mannes, piano.
February 1951 Comedy Overture   Details
Vienna, Weigl Gedenkfeier: Wiener Symphoniker, cond. Felix Prohaska. Also on program: Brahms, Symphony No. 2.
11 February 1951 Cello Sonata   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum Concerts and WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program; Marcel Hubert, cello; Rose Schiffmann, piano.
11 February 1951 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum Concerts and WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Barbara Troxell, soprano; William Gephart, baritone; Hedda Ballon, piano (nos. 1, 2, and 4).
21 April 1951 New York: Bach Cantata Guild, dir. Peter Sogio [?]; further performance details unknown.
21 July 1953 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
New York, WNYC radio performance and broadcast, David Randolph’s Music for the Conneisseur—Music by Karl Weigl: Alice Howland and the Woodstock Quartet (Sidney Harth et al.).
21 July 1953 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, WNYC radio broadcast, David Randolph’s Music for the Conneisseur—Music by Karl Weigl: Paul Doktor, viola; Nadia Reisenberg, piano.
1954 Violin Sonata No. 2   Details
New York, Violin Teachers Guild: Max Polikoff, violin; Claude Frank, piano. Also on the program, with other artists: Weigl, Two Pieces for cello and piano (with Kermit Moore and Abba Begin); and works by Bach and Beethoven.
8 February 1954 String Quartet No. 6 ***   Details
New York, New York Public Library: Loewenguth Quartet (Alfred Loewenguth, Maurice Fueri, Roger Roche, Pierre Basseux).
2 May 1954 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, New York Public Library: American Composers of Austrian Origin: Paul Doktor, viola; Nadia Reisenberg, piano.
5 February 1956 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, WQXR radio broadcast: Paul Doktor, viola; Nadia Reisenberg, piano.
11 October 1956 String Quartet No. 7 ***   Details
New York, Austrian Institute, Carnegie Recital Hall, Wolf-Mahler-Weigl Evening: Felix Galimir, Sonja Monosoff, Renee Galimir-Hurtig, Stefan Auber. Also on program: Hugo Wolf, songs; Gustav Mahler, songs; introduction by Carleton Sprague-Smith.
11 October 1956 Five Songs op. 8   Details
New York, Austrian Institute, Carnegie Recital Hall, Wolf-Mahler-Weigl Evening: Charlotte Holloman, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano (nos. 1 and 4). Also on program: Hugo Wolf, songs; Gustav Mahler, songs; introduction by Carleton Sprague-Smith.
11 October 1956 Three Songs op. 12   Details
New York, Austrian Institute, Carnegie Recital Hall, Wolf-Mahler-Weigl Evening: Charlotte Holloman, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano (no. 3). Also on program: Hugo Wolf, songs; Gustav Mahler, songs; introduction by Carleton Sprague-Smith.
11 October 1956 Five Songs op. 23   Details
New York, Austrian Institute, Carnegie Recital Hall, Wolf-Mahler-Weigl Evening: Charlotte Holloman, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano. Also on program: Hugo Wolf, songs; Gustav Mahler, songs; introduction by Carleton Sprague-Smith.
11 October 1956 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet **   Details
New York, Austrian Institute, Carnegie Recital Hall, Wolf-Mahler-Weigl Evening: Charlotte Holloman and the quartet (Felix Galimir, Sonja Monosoff, Renee Galimir-Hurtig, Stefan Auber). Also on program: Hugo Wolf, songs; Gustav Mahler, songs; introduction by Carleton Sprague-Smith.
11 October 1956 Four Poems for chorus   Details
New York, Austrian Institute, Carnegie Recital Hall, Wolf-Mahler-Weigl Evening: Ansonia Madrigal Singers, cond. Fred Popper (no. 3). Also on program: Hugo Wolf, songs; Gustav Mahler, songs; introduction by Carleton Sprague-Smith.
11 October 1956 Two Religious Choruses   Details
New York, Austrian Institute, Carnegie Recital Hall, Wolf-Mahler-Weigl Evening: Ansonia Madrigal Singers, cond. Fred Popper (no. 1). Also on program: Hugo Wolf, songs; Gustav Mahler, songs; introduction by Carleton Sprague-Smith.
18 December 1956 Violin Concerto   Details
New York: Sidney Harth and Musica Aeterna Orchestra, cond. Frederic Waldman.
8 December 1957 Watchmans Report, The   Details
Columbus, Ohio, Ohio State University Choral Festival: Ohio State Univerity Chorus, cond. L.H. Diercks, with Betty Lee Brown, piano.
20 April 1959 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
New York, Mannes College of Music, Karl Weigl Memorial Concer: Sarah Fleming, soprano; Richard Woitach, piano.
20 April 1959 Five Songs op. 10   Details
New York, Mannes College of Music, Karl Weigl Memorial Concert: Georgia Davis, contralto; Richard Woitach, piano.
20 April 1959 Cello Sonata   Details
Viola Sonata   Details
New York, Mannes College of Music, Karl Weigl Memorial Concert: Marie R. Rosanoff, cello; Richard Woitach, piano.
20 April 1959 Night Fantasies   Details
New York, Mannes College of Music, Karl Weigl Memorial Concert: Richard Woitach, piano.
28 October 1959 Violin Sonata No. 2   Details
New York, Donnell Library, Austrian Institute, Wolf—Mahler—Weigl: Violin Sonata No. 2: Gabriel Banat, violin; Richard Woitach, piano. Also on program: Hugo Wolf, Italian Serenade and songs; Gustav Mahler, Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, with Ethel Erdos, mezzo-soprano.
28 October 1959 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, Donnell Library, Austrian Institute: Wolf—Mahler—Weigl: Jeanette Scovotti, soprano; Robert Paul, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano. Also on program: Hugo Wolf, Italian Serenade and songs; Gustav Mahler, Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, with Ethel Erdos, mezzo-soprano.
28 October 1959 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, Donnell Library; Austrian Institute, Wolf—Mahler—Weigl: Jeanette Scovotti, soprano; Robert Paul, baritone; Richard Woitach, piano.
1 November 1959 Five Songs op. 8   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum and simultaneous WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program (Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of His Death): Jeanette Scovotti, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano.
1 November 1959 Invisible Light, The   Details
Seven Songs op. 1   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum and simultaneous WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program (Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of His Death): David Manning, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano.
1 November 1959 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum and simultaneous WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program (Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of His Death): David Manning, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano (nos. 2, 3, and 7).
1 November 1959 Violin Sonata No. 2   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum and simultaneous WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program (Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of His Death): Helen Qualwasser, violin; Richard Woitach, piano.
1 November 1959 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum and simultaneous WNYC radio broadcast: Karl Weigl Memorial Program (Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of His Death): Jeanette Scovotti, soprano; David Manning, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano.
1 November 1959 Night Fantasies   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum and simultaneous WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of His Death: unidentified pianist (no. 5).
1 November 1959 Three Night Fantasies   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum and simultaneous WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program (Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of His Death): Marienka Mishna, piano.
3 November 1959 Viola Sonata   Details
Boston, WBON radio broadcast, R. Dumm, The Pulse of Mind—Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Paul Doktor, viola; Nadia Reisenberg, piano.
10 November 1959 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, WHON radio broadcast, R. Dumm, The Pulse of Mind—Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Paul Doktor, viola; Nadia Reisenberg, piano.

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1960-1969
22 February 1960 Cello Sonata   Details
New York, Carnegie Recital Hall, Wolf—Mahler—Weigl: Laszlo Varga, cello; Robert Starer, piano.
22 February 1960 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, Carnegie Recital Hall, Wolf—Mahler—WeiglMilton Thomas, viola; Robert Starer, piano.
2 April 1960 Cello Sonata   Details
New York: further performance details unknown.
2 April 1960 Night Fantasies   Details
New York: further performance details unknown (no. 5).
1961 String Quartet No. 7   Details
Vienna, Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, 150th anniversary celebration: first European performance of String Quartet No. 7, further performance details unknown.
24 September 1961 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum Concerts, Karl Weigl Memorial Concert: Eugene Green, baritone; Richard Woitach, piano (4 nos.).
24 September 1961 Cello Sonata   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum Concerts, Karl Weigl Memorial Concert: Marie Rosanoff, cello;Richard Woitach, piano.
10 December 1961 Watchmans Report, The   Details
Thames Hall, Ontario, Canada: University of Western Ontario Choir, cond. Alfred Rosé, with Jean Houston.
16 October 1963 Viola Sonata   Details
London: Fourth Festival of Twentieth Century Music: John Chambers, viola; Philip Jenkins, piano.
21 June 1964 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
New York, WNYC radio broadcast, National Association for American Composers and Conductors, Chamber Music Time: Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Georgia Davis, contralto; Vally Weigl, piano.
3 July 1964 Pictures and Tales   Details
London: Robert Cuckson, piano.
3 July 1964 Night Fantasies   Details
London: Robert Cuckson, piano.
1 December 1964 Viola Sonata   Details
Rochester, New York, Eastman School of Music: Paul Doktor, viola; unidentified, piano.
29 January 1966 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
New York, WNYC radio broadcast, The Brooklyn Museum Concert Series, Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Arthur Thompson, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano (Nos. 2, 3, and 7).
29 January 1966 Three Songs op. 12   Details
New York, The Brooklyn Museum Concert Series and WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Esther Hinds, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano (nos. 2 and 3).
29 January 1966 Piano Trio   Details
New York, WNYC radio broadcast, The Brooklyn Museum Concert Series, Karl Weigl Memorial Program:Stanley Hoffman, violin; George Saslow, cello; Zita Carno, piano.
29 January 1966 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, The Brooklyn Museum Concert Series and WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Arthur Thompson, baritone; Esther Hinds, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano.
9 February 1966 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
New York, Austrian Forum: Arthur Thompson, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano (nos. 2, 3, and 7). Also on program: Otto Jokl, songs. Gustav Mahler, songs.
9 February 1966 Three Songs op. 12   Details
New York, Austrian Forum: Esther Hinds, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano (nos. 2 and 3). Also on program: Otto Jokl, songs. Gustav Mahler, songs.
9 February 1966 Three Songs for mezzo-soprano or baritone   Details
New York, New York, Austrian Forum: Arthur Thompson, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano.
9 February 1966 Piano Trio   Details
New York, Austrian Forum: Stanley Hoffman, violin; George Saslow, cello; Zita Carno, piano.
9 February 1966 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, Austrian Forum: Arthur Thompson, baritone; Esther Hinds, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano. Also on program: Otto Jokl, songs. Gustav Mahler, songs.
11 September 1966 String Quartet No. 5   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum Concerts and simultaneous WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Richmond Quartet (Stanley Hoffman, Edmund Jacobsen, Michael Barton, Gill Munguia).
11 September 1966 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum Concerts and simultaneous WNYC radio broadcast: Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Esther Hinds, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano.
11 September 1966 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum Concerts and simultaneous WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Arthur Thompson, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano.
11 September 1966 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum Concerts and simultaneous WNYC radio broadcast, Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Esther Hinds, soprano; Arthur Thompson, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano.
17 December 1966 Violin Concerto   Details
New York: Sidney Harth and Musica Aeterna Orchestra, cond. Frederic Waldman.
2 April 1967 Violin Sonata No. 2   Details
New York, Carnegie Recital Hall, Composers Legacy: Robert Rudié, violin; Zita Carno, piano. (Originally Weigls String Quartet No. 5, with the Riverdale String Quartet, had been scheduled for this concert.) Also on the program, with other artists: Edgard Varése, Density 21.5; Quincy Porter, songs; Erich Itor Kahn, Huit Inventions op. 7; Frederick Jacobi, Ballade for violin and piano; and Wallingford Riegger, Two Bergerettes.
16 April 1967 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, Hunter College and simultaneous WABF radio broadcast, Sonata Recital: Paul Doktor, viola; Arthur Balsam, piano.
21 November 1967 String Quartet No. 5   Details
New York, Austrian Institute, Weigl- Mahler program: unidentified quartet.
December 1967 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, Town Hall: unidentified performers.
9 February 1968 Pictures and Tales   Details
New York, Town Hall: Zeinab Naderi, piano. Also on the program, with Naderi and other artists: Weigl, Pictures from Childhood (with Eugene Seaman, flute; Zeinab Naderi, piano); Harold Branch, Piano Sonata and Scherzo; Barbara Kolb, Four Approaches; Eugene Seaman, Andante for flute and piano; Tui St. George Tucker, Jakugo and Lift Up Your Heads; and Harold Seletsky, Impressions.
9 February 1968 Pictures from Childhood   Details
New York, Town Hall: Eugene Seaman, flute; Zeinab Naderi, piano. Also on the program, with these and other artists: Weigl, Pictures and Tales (with Zeinab Naderi, piano); Harold Branch, Piano Sonata and Scherzo; Barbara Kolb, Four Approaches; Eugene Seaman, Andante for flute and piano; Tui St. George Tucker, Jakugo and Lift Up Your Heads; and Harold Seletsky, Impressions.
13 February 1968 String Quartet No. 5   Details
New York, Liederkranz Foundation Fifth Musicale: Margaret Groves, Stanley Hoffmann, Eugenia Dengel, Edmund Baldini.
29 March 1968 Violin Sonata No. 2   Details
New York, Town Hall: Isidore Cohen, violin, Harriet Wingreen, piano. Also on the program, with other artists: Weigl, Pictures and Tales (Zelnab Naderi, piano); Frederick Jacobi, Moods, Prelude, and Toccata; Harold Branch, Piano Sonata and Scherzo; Barbara Kolb, Figments; Eugene Seaman, Andante for flute and piano; Tui St. George Tucker, Jakungo and Luft Up Your Heads; and Harold Seletsky, Impression.
29 March 1968 Pictures and Tales   Details
New York, Town Hall:. Zelnab Naderi, piano. Also on the program, with other artists: Weigl, Violin Sonata No. 2 (with Isidore Cohen, violin, Harriet Wingreen, piano); Frederick Jacobi, Moods, Prelude, and Toccata; Harold Branch, Piano Sonata and Scherzo; Barbara Kolb, Figments; Eugene Seaman, Andante for flute and piano; Tui St. George Tucker, Jakungo and Luft Up Your Heads; and Harold Seletsky, Impression.
10 July 1968 String Quartet No. 5   Details
Iowa City, Iowa, University of Iowa: The Iowa String Quartet (Allen Ohmes, John Ferrell, William Preucil, Charles Wendt).
25 August 1968 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, WYNC radio broadcast: unidentified performers.
12 October 1968 String Quartet No. 7   Details
Iowa City, Iowa, University of Iowa: Iowa String Quartet (Allen Ohmes, John Ferrell, William Freucil, Charles Wendt).
12 October 1968 Symphony No. 5   Details
New York, Carnegie Hall: American Symphony Orchestra, cond. Leopold Stokowski; performance repeated on 28 October 1968. Also on program: Beethoven, Egmont Overture; Tchaikovsky, Romeo and Juliet; Wagner, Siegfried Idyll.
5 December 1968 Rendezvous   Details
New York, Liederkranz Foundation Second Musicale: Rosalind Rees, soprano; string sextet (Stanley Hoffman, Carol Weiss, Jay Spaulding, Alexander Knapp, Richard Osius, Len Belok).
10 December 1968 String Quartet No. 7   Details
Waco, Texas, Baylor University: Iowa String Quartet (Allen Ohmes, John Ferrell, William Freucil, Charles Wendt).
28 February 1969 Viola Sonata   Details
Rochester, New York, Eastman School of Music, Kilbourn Hall: Richard Field, viola; William Shockoff, piano.
28 February 1969 Viola Sonata   Details
Rochester, New York, Eastman School of Music, Kilbourn Hall: Richard Field, viola; William Shookhoff, piano.
17 August 1969 Festival Overture   Details
La Crosse, Wisconsin, Coulee Region Festival: unidentified orchestra, cond. Frank Italiano.

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1970-1979
4 January 1970 Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum Concerts, Karl Weigl Memorial Concert: Joan Patenaude, soprano; Zita Carno, piano.
4 January 1970 Dance of the Furies   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum Concerts, Karl Weigl Memorial Concert: Zita Carno, piano.
8 January 1970 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, Liederkranz Concert Hall, Third Musicale: Amalia Catalani, soprano [or Lucille Perret]; Eugene Green, baritone; and Takejiro Hirai, Zita Carno, Vally Weigl, Stanley Sonntag, piano.
8 January 1970 Dance of the Furies   Details
New York, Liederkranz Third Musicale, Zita Carno, piano.
24 January 1970 Rendezvous   Details
New York, Town Hall, Fifth Annual Vocal Chamber Music Concert: Rosalind Rees and string sextet (Stanley Hoffman, unidentified, James Blethroad, Margaret Gumere, Lennart Belok, and Robert von Gutefeld). Also on program: works by Buxtehude; A. Roussel; Vaughan-Williams; J.S. Bach.
6 February 1971 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, Austrian Institute, Wolf—Mahler—Weigl, subsequently broadcast on New York’s WNYC radio, The Music of Karl Weigl: introductory remarks by Irene Harand; Judith Hubbel, soprano; Eugene Green, baritone; Vally Weigl and Zita Carno, piano.
16 February 1971 Lullaby   Details
New York, Austrian Forum, Wolf—Mahler—Weigl; subsequently broadcast on New York’s WNYC radio, The Music of Karl Weigl: Eugene Green, baritone; Zita Carno [or Vally Weigl ?], piano; introductory remarks by Irene Harand.
16 February 1971 Two Pieces for cello   Details
New York: Kermit Moore, cello; Zita Carno, piano.
16 February 1971 Night Fantasies   Details
New York, Austrian Forum, Wolf—Mahler—Weigl; subsequently broadcast on New York’s WNYC radio, The Music of Karl Weigl: Vally Weigl and Zita Carno, piano (2-piano arrangement).
17 February 1971 Comedy Overture   Details
Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, cond. Peter Paul Fuchs.
24 February 1971 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, Juilliard School of Music, Lincoln Center, Alice Tull Hall: Richard Field, viola; Bernard Rose, piano.
26 April 1971 Piano Trio   Details
New York, Mannes College of Music, Faculty Concert: Isadore Cohen, violin; Jean Schneider Gobermann, cello; Zita Carno, piano.
6 May 1971 String Quartet No. 7   Details
Paris, Societé de Musique de Chambre: Loewenguth Quartet (Alfred Loewenguth, Maurice Fueri, Roger Roche, Pierre Basseux).
8 April 1972 String Quartet No. 2   Details
Philadelphia, American Society for Ancient Instruments: Amada Quartet.
17 February 1973 Viola Sonata   Details
New York: Paul Doktor, viola; Richard Woitach, piano. Also on the program: Mahler, Quartet in A minor for piano and strings.
3 March 1973 String Quartet No. 8 ***   Details
New York, Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts, Mahler—Weigl Program: Concord Quartet (Mark Sohol, Andrew Jennings, John Kochanowski, Norman Fischer). Also on program: Gustav Mahler, songs and Piano Quartet Movement in A Minor.
3 March 1973 New York, Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts, Mahler—Weigl Program: Rosalind Rees, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano (no. 5). Also on program: Gustav Mahler, songs and Piano Quartet Movement in A Minor.
3 March 1973 Love Songs op. 22   Details
New York, Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts, Mahler—Weigl Program: Rosalind Rees, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano (no. 4). Also on program: Gustav Mahler, songs and Piano Quartet Movement in A Minor.
3 March 1973 Three Songs op. 12   Details
New York, Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts, Mahler—Weigl Program: Rosalind Rees, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano (no. 3). Also on program: Gustav Mahler, songs and Piano Quartet Movement in A Minor.
3 March 1973 New York, Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts, Mahler—Weigl Program: Louise Parker, contralto; Thomas Muraco, piano (nos. 2, 3, 5, and 6). Also on program: Gustav Mahler, songs and Piano Quartet Movement in A Minor.
3 March 1973 New York, Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts, Mahler—Weigl Program: Rosalind Rees, soprano; Vally Weigl, piano. Also on program: Gustav Mahler, songs and Piano Quartet Movement in A Minor.
3 March 1973 Two Pieces for cello   Details
New York, Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts, Mahler—Weigl Program: David Geber, cello; Thomas Muraco, piano. Also on program: Gustav Mahler, songs and Piano Quartet Movement in A Minor.
20 March 1973 String Quartet No. 8   Details
Rochester, New York, Eastman School of Music, Kilbourn Hall: Krista Miller, Raymond Pandarowicz, Christopher Hogan, Julie Charland. Also on program: David Diamond, Piano Quintet; Béla Bartók, String Quartet No. 4.
29 October 1973 Five Songs op. 10   Details
New York, Donnell Library: Helen Phillips, mezzo-soprano; Vally Weigl [?], piano.
29 October 1973 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, Donnell Library, Mahler—Weigl Program: J. Lovett, soprano; John Flynt, baritone; Vally Weigl, and Shirley Greitzer-Aronoff, piano.
13 March 1974 String Quartet No. 7   Details
New York, New York Cultural Center, Bruckner—Mahler—Weigl: New Art String Quartet.
19 October 1974 Six Bierbaum Songs   Details
New York, Donnell Library, Austrian Institute and Bruckner Society of America, Mahler—Weigl Program: Julia Lovett, soprano; Nancy Garniez, piano (Nos. 1, 3, and 6).
19 October 1974 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
New York, Donnell Library, Austrian Institute and Bruckner Society of America, Mahler—Weigl Program: Edmund Le Roy and Vally Weigl (nos. 2, 3, and 7).
19 October 1974 Love Songs op. 22   Details
New York, Donnell Library, Austrian Institute and Bruckner Society of America, Mahler—Weigl Program:Edmund Le Roy, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano (no. 1).
19 October 1974 Invisible Light, The   Details
New York, Donnell Library, Austrian Institute and Bruckner Society of America, Mahler—Weigl Program: Edmund Le Roy, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano.
19 October 1974 Cello Sonata   Details
New York, Donnell Library, Austrian Institute and Bruckner Society of America, Mahler—Weigl Program: Sandra Appelman, cello; Nancy Garniez, piano.
19 October 1974 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
New York, Donnell Library, Austrian Institute and Bruckner Society of America, Mahler—Weigl Program: Julia Lovett, soprano; Edmund Le Roy, baritone. Also on program: Mahler songs: Edmund Le Roy, baritone; Vally Weigl, piano; and Julia Lovett, soprano; Nancy Garniez, piano.
19 October 1974 Night Fantasies   Details
New York, Donnell Library, Austrian Institute and Bruckner Society of America, Mahler—Weigl Program: Nancy Garniez, piano.
10 November 1974 Cello Sonata   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum, Karl Weigl Memorial Program: Sandra Appelman, cello; N. Gariniez, piano.
10 November 1974 Night Fantasies   Details
New York, Brooklyn Museum, Karl Weigl Memorial Program: N. Gariniez and Vally Weigl, piano (2-piano arrangement).
13 September 1976 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, Wolf—Mahler—Weigl Program: Nancy Asher, viola; R. La Brecque, piano.
November 1976 Pied Piper Suite   Details
St. Paul, Minnesota: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, cond. Dennis Russell Davies
8 October 1977 Cello Sonata   Details
New York, New York Public Library Donnell Library Center, Mahler—Weigl Program: Kermit Moore, cello; Richard Woitach, piano.
28 May 1978 Old Vienna   Details
New York, Central Park: Naumberg Symphony Orchestra, cond. Richard Woitach.
5 September 1978 Viola Sonata   Details
New York, New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, Mahler—Weigl Program: L. Lawrence, viola; unidentified, piano.
17 January 1979 String Quartet No. 7   Details
Vienna, The Music Club: Brno Quartet (Lubomír Cermák, Karel Hejl, Karel Procházka, Boris Pác).
4 October 1979 Three Songs for tenor and orchestra   Details
New York, Carnegie Recital Hall, A Mahler–Weigl Program for the benefit of the Karl Weigl Memorial Fund: David Holloway, voice; Richard Woitach, piano (arrangement for voice and piano).
4 October 1979 Violin Sonata No. 2   Details
New York, Carnegie Recital Hall, A Mahler—Weigl Program for the benefit of the Karl Weigl Memorial Fund: Bruce Berg, violin; Richard Woitach, piano. Also on program: works by Gustav Mahler, Alma Mahler, and Vally Weigl.
30 November 1979 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Rochester, NY, Eastman School of Music: Chester Quartet (Peter Matzka, Susan Freier, Melissa Matson, Thomas Rosenberg).
8 December 1979 String Quartet No. 3   Details
New York, Carnegie Recital Hall: Chester Quartet (Peter Matzka, Susan Freier, Melissa Matson, Thomas Rosenberg).
31 December 1979 Old Vienna   Details
Henrietta, New York, Dome Arena, An Evening in Vienna: Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, cond. David Zinman. Also on program: works by Strauss and Lehar.

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1980-1989
20 January 1980 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Rochester, NY, Eastman School of Music: Chester Quartet (Peter Matzka, Susan Freier, Melissa Matson, Thomas Rosenberg).
16 June 1980 String Quartet No. 8   Details
New York, Carnegie Recital Hall, Music from the Moldenhauer Archives, Music of Wolfgang Fraenkel, Anton von Webern, and Karl Weigl: Spokane String Quartet (Kelly Farris, Bryan Boughten, Claire, Keeble, Achilles Balabanis). Also on program: Anton von Webern, String Quartet; Wolfgang Fraenkel, String Quartet (1924, rev. 1975) and Music for String Quartet.
2 October 1980 String Quartet No. 3   Details
South Bend, Indiana, University of Indiana, Roxy Grove Hall, Distinguished Artist Series, Concert 1: Chester String Quartet (Peter Matzka, Susan Freier, Melissa Matson, Thomas Rosenberg).
2 June 1981 Five Songs op. 10   Details
Spoleto, Washington: Piccolo Spoleto, All-Weigl Program: unidentified soprano; Max Lifchit, piano.
2 June 1981 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
Spoleto, Washington: Piccolo Spoleto, All-Weigl Program: Linda Eckard, soprano; Bruce Fifer, baritone; Max Lifchit, piano.
11 July 1981 Piano Trio   Details
Aspen, Colorado, Aspen Music Festival 1981: Sylvia Rosenberg, violin; Laszlo Varga, cello; Jeaneane Downs, piano.
12 July 1981 Fantastic Intermezzo   Details
Aspen, Colorado: Aspen Festival Orchestra, cond. Luis Herrera de la Fuente.
19 July 1981 String Quartet No. 7   Details
Vienna, Kulturamt der Stadt Wien, Palais Pallavicini: Brno Quartet (Lubomír Cermák, Karel Hejl, Karel Procházka, Boris Pác).
3 October 1981 New York, Carnegie Recital Hall, Mahler Weigl Anniversary Program: string orchestra, cond. John Szicheng-Lau (orchestra version).
3 October 1981 Three Intermezzi for string quartet   Details
New York, Carnegie Recital Hall, Mahler—Weigl Anniversary Program: string orchestra, cond. John Szicheng-Lau (orchestra version).
3 October 1981 Seven Songs op. 1   Details
New York, Carnegie Recital Hall, Mahler-Weigl Anniversary Program: Bruce Fifer, baritone; Nadia Rosenberg, piano.
3 October 1981 Five Songs op. 10   Details
New York, Carnegie Recital Hall, Mahler-Weigl Anniversary Program: Beth Schwartz, mezzo-soprano; unidentified pianist.
4 October 1981 Comedy Overture   Details
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh State University, McCray Recital Hall: Southeast Kansas Symphony, cond. Carolann Martin. Also on program: works by Prokofieff; Brahms
10 October 1981 Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
New York, Donnell Library Center: Marilyn Dubov, violin; Michael Recchuiti, piano (Adagio: The Singing Bird’s Song Before Night).
24 November 1981 Two Pieces for cello   Details
Vienna: Ursula Schwermann, cello; Cl. Ch. Schuster, piano.
9 February 1982 Symphony No. 1   Details
Reno, Nevada, Pioneer Theater Auditorium: Reno Philharmonic, cond. Ron Daniels. Also on program: Schubert, Symphony No. 5.
27 October 1983 Symphony No. 5   Details
Rochester, New York, Eastman Theatre: Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, cond. David Zinman; performance repeated on 29 October 1983. Also on program: William Bolcom, Commedia for [Almost] 18th-Century Orchestra; Bruch, Violin Concerto No. 2.
4 December 1983 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Rochester, New York, Society for Chamber Music in Rochester: Abram Loft, Ruthanne Wiley, Bruce Plumb, Lynn Kable Richmond.
5 December 1983 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Rochester, New York, Society for Chamber Music in Rochester: Abram Loft, Ruthanne Wiley, Bruce Plumb, Lynn Kable Richmond.
1 September 1987 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Three Songs for contralto and string quartet   Details
Two Pieces for cello   Details
Detroit, Michigan, Wayne State University, Community Arts Auditorium, The Karl Weigl Festival, concert 1: Three Songs for contralto and string quartet (Hilda Harris and New World String Quartet [Curtis Macomber, Vahn Armstrong, Robert Dan, Ross Harbaugh]), Viola Sonata (Paul Silverthorne and Doris Richards), Five Duets for soprano and tenor (Ernestine Nimmona, George Shirley, and Doris Richards), Two Pieces for cello and piano (Marcy Chanteaux and Doris Richards), and Five Songs for soprano and string quartet (Ernestine Nimmona and New World String Quartet).
2 September 1987 Refugee, The   Details
Violin Sonata No. 1   Details
Detroit, Michigan, Wayne State University, Community Arts Auditorium, The Karl Weigl Festival, concert 2: Violin Sonata No. 1 (Elwyn Adams and Doris Richards), and The Refugee and other songs (Elsie Inselman and Doris Richards). Also on program: songs by Wolf and Berg.
3 September 1987 String Quartet No. 3   Details
String Quartet No. 5   Details
Detroit, Michigan, Wayne State University, Community Arts Auditorium, The Karl Weigl Festival, concert 3: String Quartet No. 3 and String Quartet No. 5 (New World String Quartet [Curtis Macomber, Vahn Armstrong, Robert Dan, Ross Harbaugh]). Also on program: Berg, Lyric Suite.
8 September 1987 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Three Songs for contralto and string quartet   Details
Two Pieces for cello   Details
Viola Sonata   Details
New York, Merkin Hall, The Karl Weigl Concerts, The Unbroken Tradition—Karl Weigl in Vienna and in Exile, concert I, All Weigl Program: Three Songs for contralto and string quartet (Hilda Harris and New World String Quartet [Curtis Macomber, Vahn Armstrong, Robert Dan, Ross Harbaugh]), Viola Sonata (Paul Silverthorne and Doris Richards), Five Songs for soprano and string quartet Lucy Shelton and New World String Quartet), Wild Dance from Two Pieces for cello and piano (Marcy Chanteaux and Doris Richards), and Five Duets for soprano and baritone (Lucy Shelton, George Shirley, and Alan Smith).
12 September 1987 String Quartet No. 3   Details
String Quartet No. 5   Details
New York, Merkin Hall, The Unbroken Tradition—Karl Weigl in Vienna and in Exile, concert 2: String Quartet No. 3 and String Quartet No. 5 (New World String Quartet [Curtis Macomber, Vahn Armstrong, Robert Dan, Ross Harbaugh]). Also on program: Alban Berg, Lyric Suite.
12 February 1988 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
String Quartet No. 3   Details
String Quartet No. 5   Details
Three Songs for mezzo-soprano and string quartet   Details
Viola Sonata   Details
Cambridge, Massachusetts, Blodgett Chamber Music Series at Harvard, Compositions by Karl Weigl: String Quartet No. 3 (New World String Quartet [Curtis Macomber, Vahn Armstrong, Robert Dan, Ross Harbaugh]). Three Songs for mezzo-soprano and string quartet (Hilda Harris and New World String Quartet), Five Songs for soprano and string quartet (Nancy Armstrong and New World String Quartet), and String Quartet No. 5.
15 April 1988 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Three Songs for contralto and string quartet   Details
London, South Bank, Purcell Room, Emigrés-A Mahler Link, A Weekend’s Celebration on the South Bank of the Music of Berthold Goldschmidt and Karl Weigl, concert 1: Three Songs for contralto and string quartet (Annemarie Sand and Hanson String Quartet); Viola Sonata (Tim Boulton and Shelagh Sutherland), Six songs for contralto—Sappho an Apoll, Liebesreime I, Ode an Salene, Encore, Liebesreime II, and Blaue Nacht (Annemarie Sand and Shelagh Sutherland); String Quartet No. 3 (Hanson String Quartet).
17 April 1988 Cello Sonata   Details
Pictures from Childhood   Details
Two Pieces for cello   Details
London, South Bank, Purcell Room, Emigrés—A Mahler Link, A Weekend’s Celebration on the South Bank of the Music of Berthold Goldschmidt and Karl Weigl, concert 3: Cello Sonata and Two Pieces for cello and piano (Alexander Baillie and Shelagh Sutherland); Pictures from Childhood (Ingrid Culliford and Shelagh Sutherland). Also on program: Goldschmidt, Variations on a Palestine Shepherd’s Song and Clarinet Quartet.
23 August 1989 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Stift Altenburg, Austria, Karl Weigl Symposium: Österreichisches Streichquartett. Also on program: Mozart, String Quartet G Major, KV 387.
30 November 1989 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Vienna, Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Brahmssaal: Artis Quartet (Peter Schuhmayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller). Also on program: Mozart, String Quartet in B Major KV 458; Stravinsky, Three Pieces and Concertino.
1 December 1989 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
String Quartet No. 3   Details
String Quartet No. 5   Details
Chicago, University of Chicago, Goodspeed Recital Hall, Viennese Crosscurrents, Karl Weigl, Neo- Romanticism, and the Modernist Movement, concert 1: String Quartet No. 5 (Chester String Quartet [Fritz Gearhart, Glenn Basham, Ronald Gorevic, Thomas Rosenberg]); Five Songs for soprano and string quartet (Kati Guerra and Chester String Quartet); String Quartet No. 3 (Chester String Quartet).
2 December 1989 Comedy Overture   Details
Symphony No. 2   Details
Two Religious Choruses   Details
Chicago, University of Chicago, Mandel Hall, Viennese Crosscurrents, Karl Weigl, Neo- Romanticism, and the Modernist Movement, concert 3: Comedy Overture op. 32 and movement 2, Pro defunctis, from Symphony No. 2 (University of Chicago Symphony Orchestra, cond. Barbara Schubert; Two Religious Choruses (University of Chicago Chorus, cond. Michael Melton). Also on program: Reger, Trost; Mahler, Kindertotenlieder; Bruckner, Te Deum.
2 December 1989 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
Five Songs from “Phantasus”   Details
Love Song   Details
Seven Songs op. 1   Details
Chicago, University of Chicago, Goodspeed Recital Hall, Viennese Crosscurrents, Karl Weigl, Neo- Romanticism, and the Modernist Movement, concert 2: Love Song and Seven Songs op. 1 (Bruce Tammen and Kit Bridges); Five Songs from Phantasus op. 9 (Elsa Charlston and Kit Bridges); Five Duets for soprano and baritone nos. 1 and 3 (Elsa Charlston, Bruce Tammen, Kit Bridges). Also on program: Berg, Seven Early Songs; songs by Wolf, Mahler, and Korngold.

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1990-1999
17 May 1990 Three Songs for contralto and string quartet   Details
Vienna, Konzerthaus, Brahmssaal: Margarethe Hintermeirer and the Artis Quartet (Peter Schumayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller).
August 1990 Rhapsody for string orchestra   Details
Stift Altenburg, Niederösterreich: Tonkünstler Kammerorchester, cond. Bijan Khadem-Missagh (recorded by ORF Radio Niederösterreich); for performances of work as string quartet see String Sextet in D Minor.
October 1990 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Switzerland: Artis Quartet (Peter Schumayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller).
[?] May 1994 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Vienna: Artis Quartet (Peter Schumayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller). Also on program: Mozart, String Quartet KV 575; Beethoven, String Quartet op. 95.
15 May 1998 Cello Sonata   Details
Vienna, Konzertsaal am Rennweg, Wiener Schulen um Alexander Zemlinsky und Franz Schreker: Othmar Müller, cello; Leonore Aumaier, piano.
18 June 1998 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Vienna: Artis Quartet (Peter Schumayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller).
25 September 1999 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Altenberg, Austria, Heiligenkreuzer Herbst, Kammermusikfestival im Stift Heiligenkreuz, Konzert in memoriam Karl Weigl: Five Songs for soprano and string quartet (Sylvia Greenberg and Artis Quartet [Peter Schumayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller]); String Quartet No. 5 (Artis Quartet). Also on program: Mozart, String Quartet KV 575.
2 October 1999 Five Duets for soprano and baritone   Details
Love Song   Details
Love Songs op. 22   Details
String Quartet No. 4   Details
Three Songs op. 12   Details
Two Pieces for cello   Details
Budapest, Benczúr Ház, The Music of Karl Weigl Memorial Concerts, concert 1: Three Songs op. 12 nos. 2 and 3, Love Songs op. 22 nos. 3 and 4, and Love Song (Evelyn Chih-Yih Chan and Bárkányi Eva); Two Pieces for cello op. 33 (Maróth Balint and Bárkányi Eva); Five Duets for soprano and baritone (Evelyn Chih-Yih Cha, Michael Kutner and Bárkányi Eva); String Quartet No. 4 (Akadémia Quartet [Környei Zsófia, Bodó Antónia, Móré László, Maróth Bálint)].
5 October 1999 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Five Songs op. 10   Details
Seven Songs op. 1   Details
Six Songs for low female voice   Details
Viola Sonata   Details
Budapest, Benczúr Ház, The Music of Karl Weigl Memorial Concerts, concert 2: Seven Songs op. 1 (Michael Kutner and Bárkányi Eva); Five Songs op. 10 nos. 2 and 3 and Six Songs for mezzo-soprano no. 5 (Evelyn Chih-Yih Chan and Bárkányi Eva); Viola Sonata (Garth Knox and Stephan Ginsburgh); Five Songs for soprano and string quartet (Evelyn Chih-Yih Chan and Akadémia Quartet [Környei Zsófia, Bodó Antónia, Móré László, Maróth Bálint]).

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2000-2009
21 May 2000 Piano Trio   Details
Washington, DC, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Chamber Music Series: Georg Marsch, violin; Steven Honigsberg, cello; Joseph Holt, piano.
21 October 200 String Quartet No. 1   Details
London, Wigmore Hall: Artis Quartet (Peter Schumayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller).
21 October 2000 String Quartet No. 3   Details
String Quartet No. 5   Details
London, Wigmore Hall: Artis Quartet (Peter Schumayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller).
24 October 2000 Cello Sonata   Details
London, Wigmore Hall: Othmar Müller, cello; unidentified pianist.
24 January 2002 Piano Concerto for the left hand   Details
Vienna, ORF radio performance and broadcast, Ein Fest mit Flügeln: Florian Krumpöck and Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, cond. Horia Andreescu.
6 June 2002 Night Fantasies   Details
Vienna, Arnold Schönberg Center, Melting Pot USA—Emigrated Austrians: Albert Sassmann, piano (no. 1). Also on program: Pisk, Sechs Konzertstücke op. 7; Toch, Drei Klavierstücke op. 32; Schoenberg, Fünf Klavierstücke op. 23; Brahms/Paul Wittgenstein, Chaconne für die linke Hand nach der Bach Solo Partita; Robert Starer, Five Caprices; Krenek, George Washington Variations op. 120; Eduard Steuermann, Suite.
May 2003 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Lübeck, 13th International Lübeck Chamber Music festival: Artis Quartet (Peter Schumayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller).
24 March 2004 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Santa Cruz, California: Artis Quartet (Peter Schuhmayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller). Also on program: Mozart, String Quartet, in D Major K. 575; Mendelssohn, String Quartet in D Major op. 44 no. 1.
24 October 2004 Cello Sonata   Details
Orono, Maine, University of Maine, Minsky Recital Hall: Thwarted Voices: Noreen Silver, cello; Phillip Silver, piano. Also on program: Zeisl, Die Heinzelmännchen, suite for piano; Frederick Holländer, Mélodie perverse for piano solo; Schreker, Zwei lyrisiche Gesänge; Ben-Haim, Japanischer Frühling for soprano, cello, and piano.
18 February 2006 Cello Sonata   Details
Waterville, Maine, Colby College: Music at Colby, Thwarted Voices: Noreen Silver, cello; Phillip Silver, piano. Also on program: Erich Zeisl, Suite for piano; Alexander Zemlinsky, Piano Trio.
29 June 2006 Rhapsody for string orchestra   Details
Berlin, Kammermusiksaal der Philharmonia: Ensemble Oriol Berlin, cond. Erich Höbarth. Also on program: Mozart, Divertimento in D major KV 334; and Mendesllsohn, String Symphony No. 10 in B minor.
4 August 2006 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, Musikalischer Sommer Festival: Evelyn Chan, and the Jade Quartett (Anneli [Han-Lin] Liang, Lisa [Hyun-Ji] You, Erik [Wen-Bo] Xu, Gina [Shi-Yu] Yu). Also on program: Franz Schubert, Sonata in A Minor op. 143 and Quintet in C Major D 956.
29 September 2006 Two Religious Songs   Details
Utrecht, Netherlands, Pieterskerk: Nederlands Kamerkoor, dir. Leo Samama (no. 1); concert repeated on 30 September and 1, 4, 5, 6, and 7 October in Utrecht, Beek-Ubbergen, Breda, Gouda, Zwolle, Amsterdam, and Den Haag. Also on program: works by Franz Wüllner; Albert Becker; Arnold Mendelssohn; Reger; Schoenberg.
15 October 2006 Three Intermezzi for string quartet   Details
Toronto, Glenn Gould Studio, CBC: ARC Ensemble members (Erika Raum, Felicia Moye, Carolyn Blackwell, Bryan Epperson, and Joel Quarrington, double bass).
29 May 2007 New York, Austrian Cultural Forum: Three Songs op. 12 nos. 2 and 3 and Six Songs for contralto no. 5 (Thomas Meglioranza, baritone; Thomas Bagwell, piano). Also on program: songs by Eisler, Korngold, and Joseph Marx. This concert was repeated on 31 May 2007.
4 January 2008 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Long Island, New York, Mahwah Public Library: String Quartet No. 3, with the Motyl Chamber Ensemble (Julie Artzt Becker, Aleeza Wadler, Anoush Simonian, Ellen Rose Silver). Also on program: Hans Gál, Improvisation, Variations, and Finale on a Theme by Mozart op. 60b; Robert Kahn, seven songs from The Fountain of Youth op. 46; Miecyslaw Weinberg, Jewish Songs op. 17.
15 March 2008 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Paris, American Cathedral, Lyrisme viennois, Mozart er le XXe siecle: Evelyn Chih-Yih Chan and the Jade String Quartet of Stuttgart ([Annelie (Han-Lin) Liang, Lisa [Hyun-Ji] You, Daniel Rehfeldt, Gina [Shi-Yu] Yu). Also on program: Anton Webern, Langsamer Satz; Mozart, String Quartet in G Major, K. 387; Arnold Schoenberg, String Quartet No. 2.
13 April 2008 Three Songs for mezzo-soprano and string quartet   Details
London, Cadogan Hall, Music in Exile festival, concert 4: Phillida Bannister, contralto; members of the English Chamber Orchestra Ensemble (Stephanie Gonley, Annabelle Meare, Jonathan Barritt, Caroline Dale). Also on program: Mikløs Røzsa, Three Songs; Erich Korngold, “Sonett für Wien” op. 41; Marc Neikrug, Through Roses.
5 August 2008 Pictures and Tales   Details
Ostfriesland, Germany, Musikalischer Sommer Festival: Iwan König and Angela (Hyun-Ju) Yu, piano. Also on program: songs by Debussy, Pierre de Bréville, Alexander Zemlinsky, and Schreker; Karol Rathaus, Suite for violin and piano, op. 27 (1929); Berthold Goldschmidt, Capriccio for violin solo; Egon Wellesz, Suite for violoncello solo; Hans Gál, Piano Trio op. 18.
8 January 2009 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Manchester, England, Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) Chamber Music Festival, Vienna from Schubert to Schoenberg, Late Afternoon Concert: String Quartet No. 1, with members of the European Chamber Music Academy. Also on program: Webern, String Trio op. 20; Berg, Four Pieces for clarinet and piano; Korngold, String Quartet No. 1 in A major op. 16.
9 January 2009 String Quartet No. 5   Details
Manchester, England, Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) Chamber Music Festival, Vienna from Schubert to Schoenberg, Early Morning Concert: String Quartet No. 5, with members of RNCM Chamber Music. Also on program: Kreisler, String Quartet in A Minor; Danile Kidane, Clarinet Quintet; Zemlinsky, Humoreske for wind quintet.
9 January 2009 Piano Trio   Details
Manchester, England, Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) Chamber Music Festival, Vienna from Schubert to Schoenberg, Late Morning Concert: Piano Trio, with members of RNCM Chamber Music. Also on program: Brahms, Clarinet Quintet and String Quartet op. 115.
11 January 2009 String Quartet No. 3   Details
New York, Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, Surviving Suppression, The Music of Jewish Émigré Composers: String Quartet No. 3, with the Motyl Chamber Ensemble (Julie Artzt Becker, Aleeza Wadler, Anoush Simonian, Ellen Rose Silver). Also on program: works by Gál; Mozart; Kahn; Weinberg.
3 April 2009 Pictures and Tales   Details
Taiwan, First Taipei International Lyricism in 20th Century Music Festival: Pictures and Tales for solo piano, with Iwan König. Also on program: Schoenberg, Verklärte Nacht op. 4 and Four Songs op. 2; Hindemith, Des Todes Tod op. 23a.
5 April 2009 Five Songs op. 3   Details
Taiwan, Novel Hall, First Taipei International Lyricism in 20th Century Music Festival: Five Songs for soprano and string quartet, with Evelyn Chan and the Jade Quartet (Annelie [Han-Lin] Liang, Huang Yen-Lin, Chen-Ying Lu, Shi-Yu Gina Yu). Also on program: Webern, Langsamer Satz; Baudelaire’s “Harmoinie du soir in settings by Debussy, Pierre de Bréville, and Zemlinsky; Schreker, three songs from 1909; Zemlinsky, Entführung; Bloch, Baal Schem for violin and piano; Wellesz, Sonata for cello op. 31.
15 April 2009 Violin Concerto   Details
Taiwan, National Concert Hall, First Taipei International Lyricism in 20th Century Music Festiva: Violin Concerto, with Philippe Graffin and Taipei Evergreen Symphony Orchestra, cond. Israel Yinon. Also on program: Blacher, Concertante Musik op. 10; Rathaus, Symphony No. 3 op. 50.
21 April 2009 String Quartet No. 3   Details
New York, Columbia University, Surviving Suppression, The Music of Jewish Emigré Composers: String Quartet No. 3, with the Motyl Chamber Ensemble (Julie Artzt Becker, Aleeza Wadler, Anoush Simonian, Ellen Rose Silver). Also on program: Gál, Improvisation, Variations, and Finale on a Theme by Mozart, op. 60b; Robert Kahn, Clarinet Quintet.
3 May 2009 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Long Island, New York, Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library: String Quartet No. 3, with the Motyl Chamber Ensemble (Julie Artzt Becker, Aleeza Wadler, Anoush Simonian, Ellen Rose Silver). Also on program: Leo Ornstein, Nocturne for clarinet and piano; Robert Kahn, Serenade op. 73.
25 October 2009 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Freeport, New Yorko, Freeport Memorial Library: String Quartet No. 3, with the Motyl Chamber Ensemble (Julie Artzt Becker, Aleeza Wadler, Anoush Simonian, Ellen Rose Silver). Also on program: Gál, Improvisation, Variations, and Finale on a Theme by Mozart op. 60b.

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2010-2017
29 January 2010 String Quartet No. 5   Details
London, Kings Place, Vienna to Weimar festival: String Quartet No. 5, with the Artis Quartet (Peter Schumayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller). Also on program: Wellesz, String Quartet No. 3; Berg, Lyric Suite; Zemlinsky, String Quartet No. 4.
14 June 2010 String Quartet No. 1   Details
Stuttgart, Residenzschloss Ludwigsburg, Ordensaal: String Quartet No. 1, performed by the Artis Quartett (Peter Schumayer, Johannes Meissl, Herbert Kefer, Othmar Müller). Also on the program: Bach, Suite in D Minor BWV 1008 and Violin Sonata in G Minor BWV 1001; and Zemlinsky, String Quartet No. 2.
14 August 2010 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, Bard College, Bard Festival Berg and His World: String Quartet No. 3, with the Daedalus Quartet (Min-Young Kim, Kyu-Young Kim, Jessica Thompson, Raman Ramakrishnan). Also on program: Zemlinsky, Fantasies on Poems by Dehmel and Five Songs; Webern, Piano Quintet.
23 August 2010 Viola Sonata   Details
Frankfurt, Germany: Viola Sonata, performed by Julia Rebekka Adler and Stephane Ginsburg. Also on the program: Joseph Joachim, Hebräische Melodien op. 9; Joachim Stutschewsky, Kol Nidrei; Frederick Jacobi, Fantasy for viola and piano; and Léo Weiner, Drei ungarische Tänze.
15 September 2010 Viola Sonata   Details
Frankfurt, Bechstein Zentrum, Musica Judaica: Viola Sonata, with Julia Rebekka Adler and Stephane Ginsburgh. Also on program: Joseph Joachim, Hebräische Melodien; Joachim Stutschewsky, Kol nidre; Frederick Jacobi, Fantasy for viola and piano; Léo Weiner, Fox Dance; Alexandre Tansman, Alla pollaca.
28 January 2011 String Quartet No. 3   Details
Ithaca, New York, Cornell University, Barnes Hall, Schoenberg’s Playlist Festival, concert 2: String Quartet No. 3, with the Daedalus Quartet (Min-Young Kim, Kyu-Young Kim, Jessica Thompson, Raman Ramakrishnan). Also on the program: Webern, Variations for piano; Berg, String Quartet op. 3; and songs by Schoenberg, Webern, Schreker, and Zemlinsky.
1 October 2011 Rendezvous   Details
Schiermonnikoog, Netherlands, Ontmoetingscentrum, Internationaal Kamermuziek Festival Schiermonnikoog: De muze en de poëet: Renate Arends, soprano; Philippe Graffin and Piotr Tarcholik, violin; Lilli Maijala and Roger Chase, viola; and Jeroen Reuling and René Berman, cello. Also on the program: Schoenberg, Verklärte Nacht; and, with other artists, Beethoven, Piano Trio in D major op. 70, no. 1.
22 June 2012 Rhapsody for string orchestra   Details
Cherbourg, France: L’Ensemble de Basse Normandie cond. Jean-Pierre Wallez: Rhapsody for string orchestra. Also on program: Bartók, Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta; Vykintas Baltakas, (c0)ro(na); Eric Zeisl, Scherzo and Fugue; and Nikos Skalkottas, 5 Greek Dances. The concert was repeated on 23 and 24 June.
11 November 2012 Rendezvous   Details
Amsterdam, Concertgebouw Recital Hall: Valérie Guillorit, soprano, with the Jonge Sequenza Trio (Gouder de Beauregard, Judith Wijzenbeek, and Joris van den Berg) and Philippe Graffin, Asdis Valdimarsdottir, and Gary Hoffman. Also on the program: Beethoven, String Trio op. 9, no. 3; Ravel, Sonata for violin and cello; and Schoenberg, Verklärte Nacht op. 4.
23 March 2013 Violin Concerto   Details
Rostock, Germany, Großes Haus des Volkstheaters Rostock, 7. Philharmoinisches Konzert: Violin Concerto, performed by David Fruehwirth and the Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock, cond. Florian Krumpöck. Also on the program: Weigl’s Piano Concerto for the Left Hand, with Florian Krumpöck and cond. Horia Andrescu; and Mahler, Adagio from Symphony No. 10. The concert was repeated on 24 and 25 March, and the last performance was broadcast on Deutschlandradio Kultur on 26 March.
23 March 2013 Piano Concerto for the left hand   Details
Rostock, Germany, Großes Haus des Volkstheaters Rostock, 7. Philharmonisches Konzert: Piano Concerto for the Left Hand, performed by Florian Krumpöck and the Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock, cond. Horia Andrescu. Also on the program: Weigl’s Violin Concerto, with David Fruehwirth and cond. Florian Krumpöck; and Mahler, Adagio from Symphony No. 10. The concert was repeated on 24 and 25 March, and the last performance was broadcast on Deutschlandradio Kultur on 26 March.
10 April 2013 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Paris, Institut Goethe de Paris: Five Songs for soprano and string quartet, performed by Céline Laly, soprano, and the Quatuor Gémeaux (Yu Zhuang, Manuel Oswald, Sylvia Zucker, Matthijs Broersma). Also on the program: Olivier Greif, Lettres de Westerbork op. 291 for soprano and two violins; and Igor Stravinsky, Trois pièces pour quatuor à cordes.
24 April 2013 London, Royal College of Music, Britten Theatre: Five Songs for soprano and string quartet, performed by Céline Laly, soprano, and the Quatuor Gémeaux (Yu Zhuang, Manuel Oswald, Sylvia Zucker, Matthijs Broersma) . Also on the program: Egon Wellesz, Sonette der Elisabeth Barrett-Browning and The Leaden and the Golden Echo; Ernst Toch, Poems to Martha; Georg Tintner, The Ellipse; and Olivier Greif, Lettres de Westerbork.
4 May 2013 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
New York, Carnegie Hall, Stern Auditorium, “Vienna: Window to Modernity: Five Songs for soprano and string quartet, nos. 1 and 3, performed by Renée Fleming and the Emerson String Quartet. Also on the program: Richard Strauss, Drei Lieder der Ophelia op. 67; Brahms, Ophelia Lieder; Wagner, two songs from Wesendonck Lieder op. 91; Wellesz, no. 5 from Sonnette der Elisabeth Barrett-Browning; Schoenberg, two Cabaret Songs; Erich Zeisl, three songs; Brahms, Intermezzi op. 118, nos. 1 and 2; Webern, Drei Stücke; and Schoenberg, Verklärte Nacht. For more background on the program see “Renée Fleming in Conversation with Leon Botstein and André Previn: Viennese Composers in the United States,” the fourth of five interview clips available at www.carnegiehall.org/m/event.aspx?view=full&id=10737418349. In this fourth interview, at mention of Weigl’s name, the music in the background is the opening of the second movement of Weigl’s String Quartet No. 5. For the concert program notes by Michael Haas see www.carnegiehall.org/m/event.aspx?view=prog&id=10737418349.
15 June 2013 Fantastic Intermezzo   Details
Noordwijk, Netherlands, the Oude Jeroenskerk: Fantastic Intermezzo, performed by the Symfonieorkest De Philharmonie, cond. Daan Admiraal. Also on the program: Zemlinsky, Sinfonietta op. 23; and Brahms, Symphonie No. 3.
16 June 2013 Fantastic Intermezzo   Details
Amsterdam, Netherlands, Beurs van Berlage, Yakult Zaal: Fantastic Intermezzo, performed by the Symfonieorkest De Philharmonie, cond. Daan Admiraal. Also on the program: Zemlinsky, Sinfonietta op. 23; and Brahms, Symphonie No. 3 (see http://dephilharmonie.nl).
27 January 2014 Viola Sonata   Details
Kassel, Germany: Viola Sonata performed by Eniko Magyar and Oliver Triendl; concert also broadcast on German radio.
22 February 2014 Refugee, The   Details
Watchmans Report, The   Details
London, Royal College of Music, Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Singing a Song in a Foreign Land festival: The Refugee performed by Rose Setten, soprano, and Claire Harris, piano; and The Watchman’s Report performed by Julien van Mellaerts, baritone, Claire Harris, piano, and the Royal College of Music Chamber Choir, cond. Stephen Johns. Also on the program: Robert Kahn, Trio in G minor op. 45; Joseph Horovitz, String Quartet No. 5; Hans Gál, Britische Volkslieder; Ernst Toch, Valse for chorus and percussion; and Hanns Eisler, Little Woodbury Songbook (see http://www.rcm.ac.uk/singingasong/stringquartet).
16 September 2014 Rendezvous   Details
Saint-Nazaire, France, Galerie des Franciscains: Ein Stelldichein performed at the Consonances Festival Saint-Nazire by Christianne Stotijn, mezzo-soprano, and Philippe Graffin, the Trio Broz, Natalia Tchitch, viola, and Amy Norrington, cello.
10 August 2015 Two Pieces for cello   Details
Zutphen, Netherlands, International Cello Festival Zutphen: Two Pieces for cello and piano, performed by Jeroen Reuling, cello, and Jelger Blanken, piano. Also on the program: Saint-Saëns, Cello Sonata No. 1; Mozart, Solfeggio; Kodaly, Cello Sonata op. 4. See http://www.cellofestivalzutphen.nl/.
3 October 2015 String Sextet   Details
Schiermonnikoog, Netherlands, International Schiermonnikoog Music Festival: String Sextet, performed by Philippe Graffin, Alexandre Pascal, Roger Chase, Lilli Maijala, Jeroen Reuling, and Marcio Carneiro. Also on the program: Korngold, Marietta’s Lied from Die Tote Stadt; Josef Marx, “Durch Einsamkeiten” for mezzo-soprano, viola, and piano; and Schubert, Trio no. 2, D. 929.
5 October 2015 Three Songs for mezzo-soprano and string quartet   Details
Schiermonnikoog, Netherlands, International Schiermonnikoog Music Festival: Three Songs for mezzo-soprano and string quartet, performed by Marie-Paule Milone and the Malibran Quartet (Tatiana Samouil, Aki Saulière, Tony Nys, and Justus Grimm). Also on the progam: Weigl, Five Songs for soprano and string quartet, with Renate Arends and the Malibran Quartet; Strauss, Capriccio op. 85; and Schubert, String Quintet, D. 956.
5 October 2015 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Schiermonnikoog, Netherlands, International Schiermonnikoog Music Festival: Five Songs for soprano and string quartet, performed by Renate Arends and the Malibran Quartet (Tatiana Samouil, Aki Saulière, Tony Nys, and Justus Grimm). Also on the program: Weigl, Three Songs for mezzo-soprano and string quartet, with Marie-Paule Milone and the Malibran Quartet; Strauss, Capriccio op. 85; and Schubert, String Quintet, D. 956.
20 March 2016 Two Pieces for cello   Details
Los Angeles, Villa Aurora, in a program titled Sounds of Exile: Austrian Composers in the United States: Two Pieces for cello and piano no. 1 (Love Song) performed by Julia Ammerer-Simma and Sigrid Hagn. Also on the program: works by Vally Weigl, Arnold Schoenberg, Alexander Zemlinsky, Eric Zeisl, and Erich Wolfgang Korngold.
24 April 2016 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Munich, Allerheiligen Hofkirche der Residenz, in a program titled Hommage an das Rosé Quartett: Five Songs for soprano and string quartet, performed by Josephine Renelt and the instrumentalists Sonja Korkeala, Teresa Allgaier, Hariolf Schlichtig, and Kristin von der Goltz. Also on the program: Erich Wolfgang Korngold, String Quartet No. 1, op. 16; and Johannes Brahms, String Quintet op. 111.
15 July 2016 Five Songs for soprano and string quartet   Details
Kimito Island, Finland, Kimito Island Music Festival: Five Songs for soprano and string quartet, performed by Mia Huhta, soprano, and the instrumentatlists Sonja Korkeala, Katinka Korkeala, Hariolf Schlichtig, and Samuli Peltonen.
29 March 2017 String Sextet   Details
Saarbrücken, Germany, in the Gieseking Hall of the Hochschule für Musik Saarbrücken, at the Fourth Ensemble Concert Saarbrücken: String Sextet, performed by six musicians of the Saarbrücken Deutsche Radio Philharmonie (Gisela Arnold and Helmut Winkel, violin; Benjamin Rivinius and Jessica Sommer, viola; Mario Blaumer and Min-Jung Suh, violoncello). Also on the program: Richard Strauss, the string sextet from Capriccio; Anton Webern, String Trio op. 20; and Mozart, Adagio and Fugue in F Major KV 404a no. 3, and Adagio and Fugue in F Minor KV 404a no. 6. The concert was broadcast live, at 8 pm local time, on SR 2 KulturRadio, and available for 30 March to 7 April 2017 online at www.sr2.de.
21 May 2017 Three Intermezzi for string quartet   Details
Seattle, Benaroya Halls Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall, in the nineteenth season of Seattles Music of Remembrance: Three Intermezzi for string quartet, in a version for string quintet, performed by Mikhail Shmidt, Takumi Taguchi, Susan Gulkis Assadi, Mara Finkelstein, and Jonathan Green. Also on the program: works by Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Hans Gál, and Mieczyslaw Weinberg. See www.musicofremembrance.org.

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