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Euridice opéra séjours culturels
Dresde 13
Arrangement from Friday 30 December 2022 to Monday 2 January 2023, 3 nights  New Year’s Eve
New-Years Eve Concert of the Staatskapelle Dresden, the 31, , 17h
L. van Beethoven : Symphonie n° 9 en re mineur
Christian Thielemann
Christian Thielemann has been one of the great German conductors of our time for years. Born in 1959 in what was then West Berlin, he began his professional career in his native city at the Deutsche Oper under none other than Herbert von Karajan (1908-1989). Via various stations in Karlsruhe and Düsseldorf, among others, he moved to Nuremberg in 1988 as - at that time - the youngest General Music Director. Nine years later, Thielemann returned to Berlin to the Deutsche Oper, then led the Munich Philharmonic from 2004 to 2011, in each case also in the positions of general music director. Thielemann has been involved with the Bayreuth Festival since 2010. In 2015, he was appointed music director there. In the 2012/13 season, he moved to Dresden to join the Sächsische Staatskapelle, and in 2013 he additionally took on the position of artistic director at the Salzburg Easter Festival. Christian Thielemann maintains close ties with the Berlin and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestras. Thielemann has received numerous awards and honors for his achievements, including his honorary doctorate from the Hochschule für Musik ´Franz Liszt` Weimar, the Richard Wagner Prize, the Prize of the Foundation for the Promotion of the Semper Opera, and honorary membership of the Royal Academy of Music in London and the Gustav Mahler Association Hamburg.
Christian Thielemann
Soliste : Hanna-Elisabeth Müller, Christa Mayer,
Klaus Florian Vogt
The name Klaus Florian Vogt (*1970) is certainly known to all Wagnerians, as the tenor is one of the Wagner specialists of our time. In the dramatic roles of "Lohengrin," "Parsifal" or "Tannhäuser," he has caused quite a stir to this day. These and other Wagner roles have brought him to the great stages of our time, from the Vienna State Opera to the New York Met. Since 2007, Vogt has appeared almost continuously at the Bayreuth Festival, and in the new production of the "Ring" (originally planned for 2020) he will take on the role of Siegmund. The repertoire of the native North German is, however, much more complex and, in addition to Wagner, includes, for example, the role of Florestan in Beethoven’s only opera "Fidelio" or that of Paul in Korngold’s "Die tote Stadt." Vogt, who was awarded the ECHO-Klassik prize as Artist of the Year (2012), has also enjoyed international success in lied and chamber music. Most recently, the singer can be heard in the CD recording of the Beethoven symphonies by the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen under Parvo Järvi as soloist alongside Christiane Oelze, Maria Lang and Matthias Goerne in the 9th symphony - incidentally, he also took on this role for the 2021 New Year’s Concert of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France.
Klaus Florian Vogt,
Georg Zeppenfeld
Engagements take the Westphalian-born bass Georg Zeppenfeld to all the world’s renowned stages, including Bayreuth, London, Milan, Munich, New York, Salzburg and Vienna. In 2015 Zeppenfeld was awarded the title of Kammersänger of the Semperoper Dresden, where he is a regular guest. With his charismatic stage presence, the singer, born in 1970, inspires audiences in major opera productions as well as in concert. His broad role and vocal repertoire includes the parts of Sarastro (The Magic Flute), Figaro (Le nozze di Figaro), Rocco (Fidelio), Raimondo (Lucia di Lammermoor), Sparafucile (Rigoletto) and Lodovico (Otello). In addition, Zeppenfeld has celebrated great successes with his Wagner interpretations, including the roles of Veit Pogner and Hans Sachs (Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg), Landgraf Herrmann (Tannhäuser), King Heinrich (Lohengrin), King Marke (Tristan) and Daland (Der fliegende Holländer). In the course of his song and concert activities, Zeppenfeld has worked successfully with conductors such as Riccardo Chailly, Daniele Gatti, Andris Nelsons, Kirill Petrenko, Antonio Pappano, and Christian Thielemann.
Georg Zeppenfeld
Semperoper
Die Fledermaus - J. Strauss, the 1, 16h
John Fiore - Günter Krämer
Hrachuhí Bassénz, Katerina von Bennigsen, Stepanka Pucalkova, Jürgen Müller, Sebastian Wartig
Semperoper
Tour price Dresde 13
 
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Single room supplement, per night
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1 790 €
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The tour price per person includes
Private transfers airport-hotel-airport.
Double room accommodation including breakfast.
Very good show seats.
Repatriation assistance (for residents of western Europe only).
Autres informations

On request, we can also offer you a higher category of room or a stay at the Steigenberger Hotel de Saxe *****.

Car rental, entry tickets for museums and exhibitions, as well as a large choice of shows can be reserved as a supplement. A private guided discovery tour of the city can also be added.

You can easily combine your discovery of Dresden with the visit of Leipzig, Berlin or Prague which are within easy reach.

Feel free to contact us to modify, cut short or extend your A la carte stay.


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