Gustav Mahler Programs Amsterdam 1903

Covers by Antoon Molkenboer (1872-1960) in color and by Theo Neuhuys (1878-1921). 24 pieces from Molkenboer, 3 pieces from Theo Neuhuys and 5 other pieces (total of 32 pieces). Subscription Concerts and Extraordinary Subscription Concerts during 1903/1904. (Bound). Program booklets.… Read More


Bernard Haitink (1929-2021)


Bernard Haitink (1929).

  • Profession: Conductor, violinist.
  • Residences: Amsterdam, Lucern, South of France, London.
  • Relation to Mahler: One of the great Mahler conductors. Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (RCO)
  • Correspondence with Mahler: No.
  • Born: 04-03-1929 Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • Died: 21-10-2021 London,
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Mahlerfestival Amsterdam

From May 9 through May 18, 2025, The Royal Concertgebouw will host the third Mahler Festival in its history. 105 years after the first Mahler Festival, orchestras from around the world will gather in Amsterdam for a grand tribute to … Read More

Mahler Society UK presents The Delphine Trio

On Wednesday, May 24th, at the elegant 1901 Arts Club in London, the Gustav Mahler Society UK will present The Delphine Trio and Friends performing “A Chamber Music Celebration”. For the occasion, the
young international ensemble will play … Read More

Lieder von (unter) der Erde: Music meets Poetry at Wunderhorn Festival

The Wunderhorn Festival in Leipzig is going to delight late nights from May 19 th to May 22 nd , warming the iconic and historical Moritzbastei Club. Parallel to the Mahler Festival at the Gewandhaus, this unique series … Read More

Mahler 8th, a dream come true in México

Last Sunday, the children’s choir of the Mahler Conservatory of Irapuato, Mexico, made history by performing Mahler’s 8th symphony.

We send our congratulations to each and every one of them, but also to the Sociedad Mahler and our Vice-Chair Francisco … Read More

Invitation to the Premiere of Von Der Liebe Tod

Gustav Mahler’s never-written opera at the Vienna State OperaThe production Vonder Liebe Tod is an artistic experiment: two Gustav Mahler masterpieces, Dasklagende Lied and the Kindertotenlieder, are combined into one fully staged-operatic evening. Calixto Bieito, himself a great Gustav … Read More

Hans Richter (1843-1916)

Hans Richter (1843-1916) to Gisela Scherling (1898): Score leitmotiv Fafnir (Siegfried – Act II – Scene III).

More about Hans Richter and Gustav Mahler

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Mahler Foundation’s Conservatory, Mexico.

Mahler Foundation Conservatory in the Mexican city of Irapuato México will begin operations in August 2021.

Given the latent need to offer children and youth spaces that allow them to develop their artistic talent; the Conservatory will be a complement … Read More

Come to see our new YouTube Channel!

Mahler Foundation’s new YouTube Channel is live with more than 600 videos in 29 playlists with everything related to the music and work of Gustav Mahler on YouTube.

On top of specific playlists with several video recordings of each one … Read More

Mahler plays Mahler

In November 1905 Mahler made four piano rolls for M. Welte & Sohne in Leipzig.

These piano rolls are the only accurate and detailed impression of how Mahler played his music.

The Gustav Mahler Vereinigung in Hamburg just restored one … Read More