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!

Think art isn’t a talent show? Think again. Quality in art can’t always be measured, but there are sure signs: ...
Caviar, champagne, a poor lover and a rich husband – simply put: nothing but the bare essentials. In the Jugendstil, ...
Music on a massive scale: Straussʼs Alpensinfonie. Though French composer Maurice Ravel had absolutely no affinity for the music of ...
Forever young: Lenny’s finest symphony. When Krystian Zimerman and Sir Simon Rattle perform Leonard Bernstein’s Second Symphony, they are paying ...
On young princes and stately kings. Let’s join together and celebrate once again! With the different ensembles of the Berliner ...
What do our violinist and Roma children have in common? The right mentor. Norwegian violinist Vilde Frang was once presented ...
Forever young: Lenny’s finest symphony. When Krystian Zimerman and Sir Simon Rattle perform Leonard Bernstein’s Second Symphony, they are paying ...
Lang Lang also cancels piano recital in Baden-Baden Pianist Lang Lang greatly regrets having to cancel the piano recital planned ...
Yes to pathos! Once upon a time, the Hollywood of music was located in Russia: surging passions and an unerring ...
It is when we are calm within that we can truly listen. There a few things more beautiful to a ...
Slavic delicacies. All things eventually come around again: programs showcasing musical jewels from Russia were very popular in the 1970s ...
And if the cello catches fire? Keep on playing! An attractive program awaits us this evening, packed with musical jewels ...
Confessions of a melancholic. Fado mirrors the soul of Portugal, so different from that of its Spanish neighbors: dreamy, wistful, ...
Bella Italia! Giuseppe Verdi succeeded in marrying the Italian aria to Germanic pathos: it’s thus little surprise that it was ...

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