An die Musik

Garten in Schloss Stainz
© Thomas Haindl


A walk with Schubert at the Schilcherempfang im Schlosshof Stainz, Styriarte 22 castle in Stainz: Daniel Johannsen blickt in die Ferne Daniel Johannsen sings about the power of music. Maria Kubizek spielt Violine auf der Bühne Maria Kubizek plays the "Rosamunde Quartet", and a very traditional Schubert is also not to be missed.


Schubertiade at Schloss Stainz

– das klingt nach allem, was die Steiermark unverwechselbar macht: fantastische Musik und edler Gesang, Schilcher und Jause, die Atmosphäre im Schlosshof und barocke Räume in wunderschöner Landschaft. Daniel Johannsen besingt in Schubertliedern die Macht der Musik. Maria Kubizek und ihre Freund:innen spielen das „Rosamunde-Quartett“ so, dass einem „Musik bleibt wie von Liedern“. Die Herrentruppe „Walhalla zum Seidlwirt“ leiht dem volkstümlichen Schubert seine Stimmen.


  • Blauer Salon
    Franz Schubert: from the String Quartet in a minor, D 804, “Rosamunde”
    Maria Kubizek, violin, & friends

  • Rosengarten
    Pieces for male a-cappella ensemble by Franz Schubert and others
    MGV Walhalla zum Seidlwirt 

  • Refektorium
    Franz Schubert: Lieder (An die Musik etc.)
    Daniel Johannsen, tenor
    Florian Birsak, fortepiano

Duration: around 70 minutes without a break


Price: EUR 48

U27 (for all under 27) & Ö1 Intro: 50 % reduction
Ö1 Club: 10 % reduction

There are short walking distances between the stations. The event is NOT barrier-free. The open-air parts will be moved indoors in the case of bad weather.

Maria Kubizek


The violinist studied in Vienna, Salzburg and London and was particularly influenced by Nikolaus Harnoncourt. As a concertmaster and soloist, Maria Kubizek has been active with a wide variety of orchestras and formations, drawing her inspiration from projects that go beyond the normal concert setting.

MGV Walhalla zum Seidlwirt


MGV Walhalla zum Seidlwirt is an international male vocal quintet from Berlin. Sometimes on purpose, sometimes by mistake, but always with fun, they always go against the grain with folk songs, works of classical music, American songs, French chansons etc. and occasionally against expectations.

Daniel Johannsen


The Viennese learned from all-time legends such as Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Christa Ludwig and Robert Holl. He is undoubtedly one of the most important interpreters of the Lied by Franz Schubert, with which he also delights and touches the Styriarte audience time and again. In addition, his lyric tenor is in demand internationally in oratorio and opera productions.

Florian Birsak


The Salzburg native is one of the most respected specialists in historically informed performance practice on the fortepiano and harpsichord. His outstanding basso continuo playing makes him a sought-after continuo partner for numerous top orchestras, and he also shines as a stylistically confident soloist and chamber musician in baroque and classical music.


Coach transfer

We offer a coach transfer to the first event starting at 6 pm in Stainz. Departure at 04.45 pm in front of the opera house, price EUR 18. Return journey after the concert.
Please make a reservation in our ticket office or in our online shop.