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Versuch über das Unbegreif­liche


For a good cause, Kristina Miller sits down at the piano with Bach and Shostakovich while a new piece by Gerd Kühr reflects on the incomprehensible.




Choral singing of the Camerata Styria unites with symphonic sounds of the Recreation Orchestra to a Schubert festival that celebrates the soul and destiny of humans.

Kings & Queens

17.10.2022 - 18.10.2022

Michael Hell and his harpsichord pay homage to a queen as they celebrate the beauty of England with Henry Purcell, James Paisible and Matthew Locke.

Tanz mit Beethoven


Two breathtaking pieces: Israeli Inbal Segev dances with her cello to Anna Clyne and Mei-Ann Chen lights a fire with Beethoven's Seventh.

Italienische Weihnacht

12.12.2022 - 13.12.2022

Maria Kubizek takes us on a Christmas journey through Italy with Torelli, Valentini and a violin concerto composed by Vivaldi for the divine infant.



Conductor Andreas Stoehr makes Tchaikovsky's rococo dreams come, while Belgrade's Petar Pejčić shines on the cello.

Wiener Klassik


Whether the symphony of Marianna Martinez or Mozart's flute concerto will be triumphant remains to be seen. Haydn, however, undoubtedly presents himself from his funny side.

Klezmer Concerto


Mei-Ann Chen is looking forward to Franz Schreker's Chamber Symphony and a Klezmer-style violin concerto, which the composer Noah Bedix-Balgley himself will bring to life.



Star pianist Kristina Miller returns with Rachmaninoff and masters the dreaded Third Piano Concerto together with Patrick Hahn on the podium.


20.03.2023 - 21.03.2023

Bach and Telemann would have been delighted with Alfredo Bernardini, who pays with his oboe tribute to the two grand masters of the German Baroque.

Der Zauberer


Mei-Ann Chen waves her magic wand to the sounds of Schubert, John Williams and Paul Dukas and is herself enchanted by Shaghayegh Sharabi on the oboe.

Alles Fake

08.05.2023 - 09.05.2023

Eva Maria Pollerus sits down at the harpsichord and makes with Vivaldi, Pergolesi & Co. an evening of deceivers and fakers a pleasure.

Der Tod & das Mädchen


Concertmaster Wolfgang Redik plays Schubert alla Mahler and presents the great Felix Mendelssohn with the early D minor Concerto.



Philipp Scheucher dances on the piano through "Rhapsody in Blue" and Daniela Musca tells of Gershwin's New York with "Porgy and Bess" and the "American in Paris".