Even the journey to the Helmut List Halle is part of the new piece that Denovaire will premiere at the opening of the Styriarte Festival.
The GrazGuides invite you on a musical journey through the city and surprise those who love to travel with unknown corners and fascinating stories.
The opera evening at Schloss Eggenberg promises pure bliss when Adrian Schvarzstein and Alfredo Bernardini devote themselves to a baroque masterpiece by Fux.
In the Graz Mausoleum, the Ensemble Cinquecento traces the journeys of the emperors with music by Heinrich Isaac, Josquin Desprez and Cristóbal de Morales.
Markus Schirmer and Risgar Koshnaw embark on a musical journey around the world when they span the spectrum from oriental to classical music with Scurdia.
The sky is the limit under the baroque vaults of Pöllau parish church, when the Arnold Schoenberg Chor inspires us with sounds by Bruckner, Brahms and Co.
Florian Teichtmeister tells from the most famous mutiny in maritime history while the VOU Dance Company seduces with dances of the South Seas.
This bicycle tour starts with Robert Stolz and with artists like Barbara Pöltl and Miloš Milojević it takes us via Venice and Buenos Aires to Gershwin in New York.
In the Planetensaal, Daniel Johannsen sings in three different programmes of wanderings, accompanied by chamber music and Kristian Bezuidenhout on the fortepiano.
A journey to the centre of the earth, led by Peter Simonischek. Eszter Haffner and Péter Nagy accompany it with a violin sonata by Franck.
Eddie Luis und Die Gnadenlosen make Karel Gott’s childhood dream come true and embark on a Schlager music journey around the world.
Actor Christoph Steiner and violinist Maria Kubizek create a tribute from words and sounds to Antonín Dvořák and his travels into the New World.
Under Marco Ambrosini’s direction, Oni Wytars and its top-class guests travel musically around the Mediterranean.
Sandy Lopicic stages Ralph Benatzky’s operetta as a colourful revue and invites stars such as Carin Filipčić to a culture clash at the White Horse Inn.
Maestro Jordi Savall gathers a brilliant baroque ensemble at Stainz parish church and lets the Charpentier Te Deum and Bach’s Magnificat shine in glorious light.
Hopkinson Smith follows in the footsteps of Italian master lutenists and lights up the Minoritensaal with sounds from the Renaissance.
Pop colours are mixed with Arabic, French and Hebrew sounds by cellist and singer Marie Spaemann and Christian Bakanic on the accordion.
With virtuoso piano playing, Pierre-Laurent Aimard tells of the “pilgrimages” that Franz Liszt put on paper in his days.
The Quadriga Consort and its director Nikolaus Newerkla travel the British Isles with baroque instruments and evoke longings for the Highlands.
With Michael Hofstetter, soprano Samuel Mariño scales the highest heights of the arias Mozart wrote for the eunuchs of the 18th century.
Trio Macchiato moves musically between Istanbul and Paris, the same route on which Maria Köstlinger tries to solve the murder on the Orient Express.
At the organ of the Stefaniensaal, superstar Cameron Carpenter sets Buster Keaton’s silent film classic at the sea live to music.
The pilgrimage routes in St. Lambrecht lead to Corelli in Baroque Rome, with Fux’s Marian chants to Mariazell and with Arianna Savall to Santiago.
The most beautiful travels of the Mozarts are illuminated with travel letters read by Johannes Silberschneider and music made by an ensemble around Miriam Kutrowatz.
Sandra Pires sings about her journey to herself, drawing on the sounds of Portugal and the rhythms of Africa by the help of “Panfili & Friends”.
Ārt House 17 and Adrian Schvarzstein set the coffee table for soprano Philipp Mathmann and delight with Bach’s joyful scenes from the Coffee Cantata.
For 10 years, the duo BartolomeyBittmann have been travelling their own paths together as "progressive strings vienna" and are now celebrating this in a colourful programme.
Voces8 explore the paths of sweet melancholy and the fathomless depths of the soul as in Schubert’s Erlkönig with their uncomparable a cappella sound.
The Styriarte Youth Orchestra is back and embarks on a fantastic journey under the direction of Maestra Mei-Ann Chen and Adrian Schvarzstein.
This hike promises to have a miraculous effect: with texts by Sebastian Kneipp, pilgrimage folk songs by Zwoadreivier and music by Georg Philipp Telemann.
Jordi Savall devotes himself to the pain of Monteverdi's Arianna and also elicits warlike tones from La Capella Reial de Catalunya and Hespèrion XXI.
Jordi Savall does the same as the Berber Ibn Battuta and travels halfway around the world on his trail with the ensemble Hespèrion XXI.
Pure Gershwin: First from the opera "Porgy and Bess" and the swinging "American in Paris", after that Philipp Scheucher with the "Rhapsody in Blue". On the podium: Daniela Musca.
Schubert's "Unfinished" is pure emotion, and Max Bruch's First Violin Concerto a volcanic masterpiece, interpreted by Nikita Boriso-Glebsky, conducted by Andreas Stoehr.
Alfredo Bernardini conducts the greatest orchestral suites of the Baroque. Among them Bach's third orchestral suite with the world-famous "Air" and Handel's "Water Music".
Mei-Ann Chen fulfils a wish of her heart: she conducts Richard Wagner's "Ring des Nibelungen" in orchestral cross-section without singing voices.
Mei-Ann Chen conducts Dvořák's "From the New World" and Eröd's Concerto for Three Clarinets and Orchestra. Soloists: Michael Gurfinkel and his twin sons
Spanish violinist Lina Tur Bonet in an all-Italian string orchestra programme: virtuoso with Vivaldi, cool with Corelli and heavenly with Handel.
Beethoven remains the measure of all things, already in his fresh 1st Symphony, even more so in the 4th Piano Concerto. The conductor Glass Marcano comes from Venezuela, the pianist Markus Schirmer from Graz.
No Poverty: Oscar-winning film music by Austro-American Erich Wolfgang Korngold meets stories of the legendary robber and benefactor Robin Hood, read by Karl Markovics.
Clean Water: The wondrous Grammy winner Miriam Andersén tells stories of life-bringing water and mythical creatures by means of Scandinavian folk music.
Gender Equality: The all-female singers of Nobuntu from Zimbabwe raise their voices with powerful and authentic African a cappella sounds
Quality Education: Letters from the great educator Leopold Mozart and works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart tell of the child prodigy’s life and learning
Good Health and Well-being: With melodies from Hildegard von Bingen, the women's schola Ars Choralis Coeln brings body and soul into harmony
Peace: Like John Lennon back then, the POPVOX choir gathers people around them and reinterprets peace-promoting pop songs in an unmistakable way
Reduced Inequalities: With a topical text, Bach's St John Passion now tells about the persecution of queer people and thus becomes something entirely new
Rhythmically playful melodies meet laughter and sighing when the Duo Trenev & Weiß invites into its world of tango and klezmer with clarinet and accordion.
The London Marmen Quartet fills the charming little baroque palace with string quartets by Haydn, Brahms, and the New Zealander Salina Fisher in a most elegant and emotional way.