Munich's new cultural highlight - Serenade Concert in the Royal Residence, Tour of the Residence, and the Dinner at Munich's oldest restaurant 'Zum Franziskaner' with a traditional Bavarian menu including beer tasting.
Two culmination points of musical ‘verismo’ in a double bill.
A wide variety of styles and genres are heard in this operetta, from jazz to zippy Berlin marching songs, via South American rhythms.
Sibelius' Kullervo Symphony is a stunning and grand work resembling a choral symphony, brought to life here by Konzerthausorchester Berlin, the YL Male Voice Choir, and Finnish soloists.
Enno Poppe’s sonic world operates on the dialectic of number and chance, control and decay, technology and freedom, and arises from the interaction of all forces. Anna Viebrock’s production is based on “the question of anonymous instances that set the standard” and is already part of the compositional process – space and light included. Beyer’s words give birth to the notes. An entirely unique test assembly.
Mauro Tortorelli (violin) and Angela Meluso (piano) perform music of Sivori, Saint-Saëns, and Liszt in Berlin.
Pianist Fabian Müller thrills the audience with the clarity and precision of his playing, and refined and highly musical interpretations that go beyond impressive dexterity to provide unique acoustic experiences.
The Dresdner Residenz Orchester perform a delightful and diverse program.
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