About the Event
Experience the Residenz‐Solisten as they showcase renowned compositions by celebrated composers in the magnificent Herkulessaal (Hercules Hall) of the Residenz in Munich. Immerse yourself in the exquisite acoustics of the elegant Herkulessaal and indulge in your favorite classical pieces. The Herkulessaal, adorned with exquisite stucco works and adorned crystal chandeliers, is a small gem within the Residenz, providing the perfect setting for classical concerts. Chamber music enthusiasts in particular appreciate the intimate ambiance of this space.
- Johann Sebastian Bach – Violinkonzert D‐Moll
- Giuseppe Tartini – „Teufelstrillersonate“
- Georg Friedrich Händel – Suite für Trompete und Streicher
- Arcangelo Corelli – Weihnachtskonzert
- Joseph Haydn – Trompetenkonzert
- Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky – Suite aus „Nußknacker“ und „Schwanensee“
The Residenz München is the former royal palace of the Wittelsbach monarchs of Bavaria, located in central Munich, Germany. The building is the largest city-center palace in Germany, and is well-known for its highly decorated rooms, eclectic architecture and exhibitions of the various royal collections. The palace consists of 130 rooms, among them several now used for concerts, such as the Cuviliés Theatre, the Hercules Hall and the Byzantine Court Church of All Saints. and ten courtyards. The Herkulessaal (Hercules Hall) is the main concert venue for the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.
5.0 of 5
Bernd L, Canada
Excellent concert, in a great room. I just wondered if the acoustics could be improved a bit, somehow….Nevertheless, a great evening.