Attems-Saga: Treppauf, treppab.

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The Attems-Saga

Three days of life lived in 1750

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How it works ...

Three days - a celebration

The premiere of our Attems Saga is a three-day Rococo soap, which can be booked either in its entirety or else in part.

To enjoy the full experience, book the double performance:

You will receive a combined ticket:
You choose your seat for the second part in the Graz Theatre by yourself using the seating plan in our WebShop. For the first part of the Attems Saga on Friday, June 28 , as of 5 pm, chamberlain Hippolyt is responsible for allocating the guests. A few days after your booking, you will receive a message telling you when to arrive at Palais Attems.

To complete the experience, book the sequel, Königliche Bläser on Sunday at Eggenberg Palace.

As the palace is preparing for an imperial visit, you are invited to dress accordingly.

Content

When the Empress is expected, ...

... things get hectic. Countess Attems and her chamberlain know this only too well. There are a thousand things to be seen to – not least cultivated musical entertainment! After all the Count professes to be the representative of Styria and director of the Opera. The singers are all on tenterhooks: who will get the best roles in the opera for the Empress? It has to be up and running by tomorrow …

Tickets

Tickets for the double performance on Friday (prelude) and Saturday (opera):
EUR 48 / 84 / 108 / 156 / 192

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

Maria Köstlin­ger

Actress

Maria Köstlinger performed at the Salzburg Landestheater as a child and even ventured into the musical field after her acting training. In addition to theatre stages, the quick-change artist can also be seen in film and on television and appeared in series such as “Der Winzerkönig”, “Tatort” and “Vorstadtweiber”.

Matthias Ohner

actor

The self-made actor and trained social worker worked for years on theatre education projects to prevent violence. The multi-talent plays with the conventions of theatre and reinvents it. As Gregor Samsa in Kafka’s “Metamorphosis” he celebrated a big success at the Graz Schauspielhaus.

HIB.art.chor

Choir

Under the direction of Maria Fürntratt, the singers of the HIB.art.chor, consisting of students of the HIB Graz-Liebenau, have been offered comprehensive vocal training since 1995. In numerous international performances from Norway to South Africa and Shanghai to San Francisco, the choir's repertoire ranges from Austrian choral tradition to contemporary music.

Georg Kroneis

Viola da Gamba

Der Grazer singt und spielt Viola da Gamba, Kontrabass, Barockcello und Barockgitarre in den Ensembles Fetish Baroque und ĀrtHouse17 sowie ĀrtHouseOpera und ist in Musiktheater- und Zirkustheaterproduktionen des Cirque Noël von Adrian Schvarzstein umtriebig. Georg reist aber auch mit Soloprogrammen in Europa und darüber hinaus.

Palais Attems Hofkapelle

Ensemble

The small instrumental ensemble was created especially for productions of the Styriarte at Palais Attems in Graz. In the manner of the court bands of stately houses, the ensemble, which is assembled from the ranks of the Orchestra Recreation, plays courtly chamber music of the 17th and 18th centuries.

Michael Hell

Direction, Harpsichord, Recorder

Michael Hell, born in North Rhine-Westphalia, is a virtuoso on both the recorder and the harpsichord whose reputation extends far beyond his adopted home of Graz. He is also a leading expert in basso continuo and historical performance practice, who knows how to convey the rules and history of his art with infectious enthusiasm.

Adrian Schvarzstein

Staging

Wherever this man appears, he guarantees to surprise us. Adrian Schvarzstein, born in Buenos Aires in 1967, is not only an actor and clown of international renown, but with his directing works inspired by commedia dell'arte, street art and circus, he turns every musical theatre piece into an adventure for audience and artists alike.

Thomas Höft

Dramatic adviser

Seit 1994 prägen seine Ideen und Erzählungen das Antlitz und die DNA des Hauses Styriarte entscheidend mit. Neben der Dramaturgie, in der sein unkonventioneller Expertensinn für Musikgeschichte(n) immer neue Überraschungen aufspürt, ist der 1961 geborene Niedersachse auch Autor und Regisseur mit europaweitem Wirkungskreis.