Tue, 7. April 2020

Miriam Andersén spielt Kuhhorn © Werner Kmetitsch
Miriam Andersén spielt Kuhhorn
Frühlingssegen, Frühlingssagen
The PSALM festival was canceled!

Wed, 8. April 2020

Miguel Herz-Kestranek © Werner Kmetitsch
Miguel Herz-Kestrank
Fiddler on the Roof
The PSALM festival was canceled!

Thu, 9. April 2020

Isetta Werbung © Isetta Werbung
Alles auf Anfang
The PSALM festival was canceled!

Fri, 10. April 2020

Carlos Escobar Pukara, Panflöte © Carlos Escobar Pukara, Panflöte
Stabat mater – Madre tierra
The PSALM festival was canceled!

Sun, 12. April 2020

Stefanie Houtzeel, Mezzosopran © Julia Wesely
Stefanie Houtzeel, Mezzosopran
Lied von der Erde
The PSALM festival was canceled!

Mon, 13. April 2020

Anna Heimrath, Gesang, Gitarre, Saxophon © Philipp Heimrath
Anna Heimrath, Gesang, Gitarre, Saxophon
All You Need is Love
The PSALM festival was canceled!

Mon, 20. April 2020

Gerd Kühr, Dirigent © Werner Kmetitsch
Gerd Kühr, Dirigent
Mozart Nr. 40
recreation welcomes a guest of world renown: Patricia Kopatchinskaja plays Ligeti’s ingenious Violin Concerto. recreation provides a framework for this bundle of energy with two works by Mozart conducted by Gerd Kühr.

Tue, 21. April 2020

Gerd Kühr, Dirigent © Werner Kmetitsch
Gerd Kühr, Dirigent
Mozart Nr. 40
recreation welcomes a guest of world renown: Patricia Kopatchinskaja plays Ligeti’s ingenious Violin Concerto. recreation provides a framework for this bundle of energy with two works by Mozart conducted by Gerd Kühr.

Sun, 10. May 2020

Veronika Skuplik, Violine © Wouter Janssen
Veronika Skuplik, Violine
Chaconne
A chaconne is an endless sequence of variations over a hypnotic, straightforward bass. Music that is infinitely pleasurable – presented by the German baroque violinist Veronika Skuplik together with recreationBAROCK.

Mon, 18. May 2020

Mei-Ann Chen, Dirigentin © Mei-Ann Chen, Dirigentin
Geniestreich
They were personally acquainted and had a lot to say to each other: the great Johannes Brahms and the brilliant Croatian Countess Dora Pejačević. Mei-Ann Chen embraces light-hearted serenades and dramatic symphony.
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