What to expect:
A hiking concert all about wine & desire
Medieval drinking songs from the Carmina Burana
ith Ensemble Oni Wytars (direction: Marco Ambrosini)
Poems by Josef Weinheber (from “Wien wörtlich”)
read by Michael Dangl
Pierre Attaignant: Tourdion
Johannes Brahms: Erlaube mir, feins Mädchen
Michael Haydn: Trinklied
Felix Mendelssohn: Die Nachtigall, op. 59/4
Franz Koringer: Die Sulm und die Weinberg a.o.
with the Vocalforum Graz (direction: Franz M. Herzog)
Styrian monks were obviously experts in producing and drinking wine.
In the famous medieval codex Carmina burana they are named first, before the Bavarians and the Austrians. Marco Ambrosini and his early music ensemble Oni Wytars have chosen the bawdiest drinking songs from that famous codex. Actor Michael Dangl reads poems by Josef Weinheber and Vocalforum Graz wallows in boozy choruses.
Price: EUR 33
Ö1 Intro: the "Kultüröffner" for everybody younger than 30
U27: 50% off for people younger than 27
Our hike takes us along the Traminerweg (approx. 7 km), which is very challenging in parts. Hiking boots and poles are HIGHLY advisable. Seating is not available at all stops. There will be a break when you will have the opportunity to purchase drinks and snacks.
In case of bad weather the event will be CANCELLED. The decision about the weather will be taken the day before at 6pm and appears here on our website.
The event, including hike and musical interludes, will last 4 hours 30 minutes.