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Sat, Oct 10 2015, 20:00
Gran Teatre del Liceu
The Gran Teatre del Liceu presents a powerful new production of Verdi's beloved Nabucco directed by Daniele Abbado.Nabucco: Gran Teatre del Liceu The Gran Teatre del Liceu is located on the famous Rambla promenade in Barcelona’s old city center. With its 2,292 seats, the Liceu is one of the biggest opera houses in Europe and one of the most spectacular; built in 1847, the horseshoe-shaped theatre was inspired by Milan's Teatro alla Scala. The original Gran Teatre del Liceu was faithfully reproduced after a fire in 1994, with the addition of greatly improved technical, rehearsal, office and educational facilities, a new rehearsal hall, a new chamber opera and small performance hall, and enlarged public spaces.
One of the great city’s symbols, the Gran Teatre del Liceu’s bright, extravagant entrances and breathtaking interior design are just the beginning of an unforgettable operatic and visual experience.Gran Teatre del Liceu La Rambla, 51-59 Barcelona 08002 Spain
Sat, Sep 26 2015, 20:00
Château de Versailles
Laurence Equilbey and the Choeur Accentus bring Mozart's Vespers and Bach's Magnificat to the Chapel Royal.Mozart: Solemn Vespers at VersaillesChâteau de Versailles Place d’Armes Versailles 78000 France
Fri, Oct 09 2015, 19:00
Award-winning violinist Janine Jansen and the Wiener Symphoniker thrill the audience with works by Brahms and Mendelssohn.Janine Jansen, David Zinman & Wiener Symphoniker The Wiener Konzerthaus was completed in 1913 during the reign of Emperor Franz Joseph, and thoroughly renovated from 1998 to 2000. Today, it is the seat of the Viennese Symphony Orchestra which plays many concerts throughout the year. Important festivals such as the Viennese Music Weeks 'Wiener Festwochen' take place in the Konzerthaus.
Wiener Konzerthaus Lothringerstraße 20 Vienna A-1030 Austria
Sun, Oct 18 2015, 17:00
Deutsche Oper Berlin
This new production directed by Vera Nemirova, one of today's most accomplished musical theater directors, begins a cycle of Meyerbeer's major operas at the Deutsche Oper Berlin.Vasco Da Gama: Deutsche Oper Berlin Artistic perfection and courageous innovation are an integral part of tradition at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Offering a wide range of visual styles, the specially-shaped stage is ideal for presenting the greatest operas of the 19th and early 20th centuries; the house seats 1,865 audience members, and is also optimal for hosting the large orchestras required for its beloved repertoire.
Originally inaugurated in 1912, the stage of the Deutsche Oper Berlin was reopened in 1961 after suffering heavy damage during World War II. Since its historic regeneration, it has served as Berlin’s largest and Germany’s second largest music theatre – and one of the most modern institutions in Europe. The proud, minimalistic building with its stylish and roomy interior was designed by Fritz Bornemann, who was also the architect of Berlin’s America Memorial Library and Freie Volksbühne. Witness a spectacular drama at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and revel in a maximal aural and visual event.Deutsche Oper Berlin Bismarckstraße 35 Berlin 10627 Germany
Fri, Oct 23 2015, 20:30
USA, New York
Megastar pianist Lang Lang dazzles in an exuberant performance of Bach's Vivaldi-inspired Italian Concerto at Carnegie Hall in New York City.Lang Lang: Carnegie Hall The remarkable architectural design and incredible legacy of Carnegie Hall have made the building a national historic landmark and vital cultural center.
William Burnet Tuthill designed the concert hall, which was commissioned by the wealthy industrialist and philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie. The hall was completed in 1891, and it has played a vital role in the musical life of New York City ever since.Carnegie Hall 881 Seventh Avenue New York 10019 USA
Tue, Sep 01 2015, 15:00
Alte Residenz SalzburgSales end: Sep 01 2015, 12:00
The program spans the centuries, from the Renaissance era through Baroque music to Mozart's compositions.Salzburg Palace: Mozart The Residence, only a short distance from the cathedral, was a seat for bishops as early as the Middle Ages. The early baroque style of its present-day appearance stems from the end of the sixteenth century. It is possible to visit the State Rooms, where the archbishops of Salzburg lived and conducted their social and official functions. The impressive size and lavish décor make the rooms well worth seeing. The Residence Gallery, with a collection of European art from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries, is also open to visitors.
The magnificent rooms of the Residence have been a venue for concerts for hundreds of years - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart premiered his Violin Concerto in A Major (K219) for the Archbishop in 1775. Today the Residence continues to offer wonderful concerts throughout the year.
Alte Residenz Salzburg Residenzplatz 1 Salzburg 5020 Austria
Tue, Sep 01 2015, 16:00
MakartstegSales end: Sep 01 2015, 13:00
Enjoy the many treasures that Salzburg has to offer, including a concert of Mozart's music above the city's rooftops.Salzburg Cruise, VIP Dinner, Concert & Funicular Next to the Makartsteg, a bridge across the Salzach River, visitors can board the Salzburg Boat Cruise to enjoy views of the city from the water.Makartsteg Ferdinand-Hanusch-Platz, 5020 Salzburg Salzburg 5020 Austria
Tue, Sep 01 2015, 18:00
St. Salvator Church (Charles Bridge)Sales end: Sep 01 2015, 15:00
Czech Republic, Prague
Compositions by J.S.Bach, A.Dvořák, F.Schubert, and many others will be performed by great...Organ Concert in Prague St. Salvator is a restored 17th century church located in the heart of Prague near the Charles Bridge.
Classical concerts are presented at this beautiful church throughout the year.St. Salvator Church (Charles Bridge) Křižovnické náměstí Prague 11000 Czech Republic
Tue, Sep 01 2015, 18:00
Schloss MirabellSales end: Sep 01 2015, 15:00
A high-caliber concert in the palace where the young Mozart himself was a frequent performer.Salzburg Palace Concerts and Dinner In 1606, Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau had a palace, which he called Altenau, built outside the city walls for Salome Alt. The palace was given its current name by Wolf Dietrich's successor, Markus Sittikus (1612-19). He had Altenau renamed Mirabell after the death of Wolf Dietrich, who was forced to abdicate in 1612 and held prisoner in Hohensalzburg Fortress until his death. The palace and its gardens were drawn into the city by the defences built by Prince Archbishop Paris Graf von Lodron (1619-53) who always enjoyed staying in the palace and died there.
The palace was badly damaged in the great fire that swept through the city on the 30th of April 1818; the frescoes by Johann Michael Rottmayr and Gaetano Fanti were among the treasures lost to the flames. Thankfully, the Marble Hall and the great marble steps that lead into the palace were unscathed.
The Marble Hall (called 'Marmorsaal'), once the ceremonial hall of the prince archbishops, is now one of the most beautiful wedding halls in the world. Leopold Mozart, and his children Wolfgang and Nannerl, performed here, although they would have played to accompany festive dinners rather than weddings. The Marble Hall is also an imposing venue for conferences, ceremonies, and atmospheric concerts such as the Salzburg Palace Concerts.
Throughout its long history, the Mirabell Palace has played host to many important visitors. Prince Otto of Bavaria, future king of Greece, was born here on 1 July 1815 during a short period when Salzburg belonged to Bavaria. The following year, Salzburg returned to Austrian rule, and the Mirabell Palace became a summer residence belonging to the Emperor. For the twelve years between 1851 and 1863, Archbishop Cardinal Maximilian Josef von Tarnóczy resided in the palace. The legendary Capuchin father Joachim Haspinger, loyal companion and comrade-in-arms of the famous Andreas Hofer who fought for Tyrolean freedom, stayed in the palace as a guest of his emperor between 4 September 1854 and 12 January 1858. He also died at Mirabell, and is remembered by a memorial plaque in the palace courtyard. Today, the palace houses the offices of the mayor and town council of Salzburg.Schloss Mirabell Mirabellplatz 4 Salzburg A-5020 Austria
Tue, Sep 01 2015, 18:00
Church of St. AdalbertSales end: Sep 01 2015, 15:00
Listen to talented musicians performing in the intimate atmosphere of St. Adalbert's Church.Chamber Concerts in St. Adalbert Church The Church of St. Adalbert (St. Wojciech), located on the Main Market Square in Krakow's Old Town, is one of the oldest stone churches in Poland.
Partially reconstructed in the Baroque style between 1611-1618, the church's almost 1000-year-old history goes back to the beginning of the Polish Romanesque architecture of the early Middle Ages. Throughout the early history of Kraków the Church of St. Wojciech was a place of worship first visited by merchants travelling from across Europe. It was a place where citizens and nobility used to meet.Church of St. Adalbert Main Square Krakow 31-042 Poland