Program

Four annual festival cycles, each with one or more opera productions, four ballet cycles, classical symphony concerts, chamber music, quality popular entertainment and jazz add up to approximately 140 performances a year. We are confident that you will find an event to your liking. Enjoy browsing!

18th century Rococo music calls for refined sensibilities. We need only recall how it was written for a highly educated ...
“Frei aber einsam” (free but alone) – Brahms embeds these three notes, FAE, in the most melancholy of his three ...
No, they’re not related, the two Avitals who will be joining together to make music on today’s program. Israeli musician ...
There’s depth to this humor: violinist Leonidas Kavakos, an introverted musician who is wholly devoted to his art and scrupulously ...
The end of the concert? What “end”? Someone like Pat Metheny knows how to reward his fans. The twenty-time Grammy ...
Beethoven’s only opera was his problem child, for which he was even willing to go against his character and make ...
English late Romanticist Edward Elgar is his fellow countryman and naturally has special significance for star violinist Daniel Hope, who ...
Not only Barenboim regards Sokolov as the king of the piano – during his concerts, critics and audiences alike are ...
The multi-award-winning Hungarian trumpeter doesn’t make things easy for himself – rather than foraging among the well-known repertoire, he purposely ...
When it comes to rhythm, the Austrians do it best. Austria currently lays claim to the most exciting percussionists. Martin ...
The most Parisian Paris, fruit of the Italian Puccini’s imagination, will be conducted today by a Greek with musicians from ...
It was by creating characters that Georg Friedrich Handel became one of the greatest of all opera composers – when ...
It’s now taken for granted that young musicians need to win competitions. But when Swedish violist Ellen Nisbeth took home ...
Recorder star. In our day, most children would rather play “Minecraft” than the recorder, and perhaps it’s better this way ...

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