Our Director of Business Development Markus Wurl loves the contemporary composers of classical music.
The venues, however, 'can be a bit older', he tells us.
Here are a few of his current favourites:
Inaugurated in 2002, Rienzo Piano's Auditorium Parco della Musica is a vital part of the cultural landscape of Rome.
The proud, minimalistic Deutsche Oper with its stylish and roomy interior was designed by Fritz Bornemann; the house is optimal for hosting the large orchestras required for its beloved repertoir
With its cheery and inviting exterior, the Estonian National Opera now hosts three independent institutions. Get to know this spirited, multifaceted theater and its lovely Winter Garden.
The Gran Teatre del Liceu is situated on the famous Rambla promenade in Barcelona’s old city centre. With 2,292 seats, the Liceu is one of the biggest opera houses in Europe.
The Komische Oper Berlin, with its luxuriant interior, has developed into one of the highest-profile opera houses in the German-speaking world.
This breathtaking Gothic chapel is one of the most exhilarating places in Paris. Feel the warmth and wonder emanating from some of the most beautiful windows in the world.
Intended to open the Paris opera world to a broader audience, the appealing Opéra Bastille beckons with a smile to Parisians and visitors alike.
The Concert Hall of Barcelona’s Palau de la Música Catalana is a magical space, conceived and designed as an enormous glass box crowned with a large central skylight.
With remarkable acoustics and a decidedly sophisticated yet playful air, the Philharmonie building is at the artistic heart of the central Kulturforum and, indeed, of the city itself.
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