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Salzbourg 4
Arrangement from Friday 31 March to Wednesday 5 April 2023, 5 nights  Festival de Pâques
Tannhäuser - R. Wagner, the 1, première, 16h
Andris Nelsons
Andris Nelsons was born in Riga in 1978. His mother founded one of the first music orchestras in Latvia and his father was conductor cellist. As a youth, Andris Nelsons studied piano and mastered the trumpet by the age of 12. He also sings as a bass baritone for his mother’s orchestra, and is particularly passionate about early music. Andris Nelsons is studying conducting with Alexander Titov in St. Petersburg. He caught the attention of Mariss Jansons when he was urgently called to the post of 1st trumpet of the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra while on tour. Jansons becomes his mentor and Andris Nelsons has worked with him in conducting since 2002. In 2003 Andris Nelsons was appointed Principal Conductor of the Latvian National Orchestra and remained in office for four years. His passion for opera led him to conduct large orchestras such as the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra or the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra as well as major events such as the Bayreuth Festival or the New Year’s concert in Vienna.
Andris Nelsons - Romeo Castellucci
Marlis Petersen,
Elīna Garanča
Mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča was born in 1976 in Riga into a family of musicians. She began her musical studies at the age of 5 at the piano. In 1996, she studied singing at the Latvian Academy of Music, then moved to Vienna and the United States. While still a student, she made her stage debut in 1998 as a quick replacement to play Giovanna Seymour in Donizetti’s Anna Bolena at the Opera in Riga, Bucharest and Athens. Elīna Garanča then joined the Meiningen Theater troupe, then the Frankfurt one and finally the Vienna State Opera. In 2003 Elīna Garanča became known internationally by singing the role of Annio in Mozart’s La Clémence de Titus at the Salzburg Festival under the baton of Nikolaus Harnoncourt. On the strength of her success, she begins to do a series of roles.
Elīna Garanča,
Jonas Kaufmann
Tenor Jonas Kaufmann was born on July 10, 1969 in Munich. He learned to play the piano at the age of 8, encouraged by his father and grandfather who passed on to him their passion for classical music, Wagner and singing. Jonas Kaufmann also frequently attended the Munich Opera from an early age and joined his school choir. He then embarked on studies of mathematics, which he abandoned to join, in 1989, the Academy of Music and Theater in Munich. Jonas Kaufmann gets his first important role at the Regensburg Opera where he is Caramello in A Night in Venice by Johann Strauss. Jonas Kaufmann then met Helmut Deutsch who guided him in his vocal development and still accompanies him today on the piano in his recitals. It was during the 2000s that his international career took off with his appearances in particular at the Chicago Opera, the Salzburg Festival, the La Monnaie Theater, Covent Garden, the Zurich Opera, the Staatsoper in Vienna, Munich, La Scala, New York Metropolitan Opera and the Bayreuth Festival. Comfortable in all repertoires, he then became one of the most popular tenors on the international scene.
Jonas Kaufmann,
Christian Gerhaher
The charismatic baritone Christian Gerhaher (*1969) has dedicated himself to the Lied - and together with his regular Lied partner, pianist Gerold Huber, has been forming a successful and unmistakable Lied duo for almost three decades. In all renowned concert halls from Europe to America, the two artists enchant the audience with their intimate interplay and their soulful song interpretations. On stage as well as on their numerous CD recordings, the focus is on the extensive song works of Gustav Mahler, Robert Schumann and Franz Schubert. In addition to his chamber music recitals, the Straubing-born composer, who has a degree in medicine, is also regularly at home on the world’s major concert, festival and opera stages. Gerhaher works with top orchestras and all the renowned conductors of our time.
Christian Gerhaher, Sebastian Kohlhepp,
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
Grosses Festspielhaus
Concert of the Gewandhausorchester, the 2
S. Gubaidulina : "Der Zorn Gottes"
A. Bruckner : Symphonie n° 7 en mi majeur
Andris Nelsons
Andris Nelsons was born in Riga in 1978. His mother founded one of the first music orchestras in Latvia and his father was conductor cellist. As a youth, Andris Nelsons studied piano and mastered the trumpet by the age of 12. He also sings as a bass baritone for his mother’s orchestra, and is particularly passionate about early music. Andris Nelsons is studying conducting with Alexander Titov in St. Petersburg. He caught the attention of Mariss Jansons when he was urgently called to the post of 1st trumpet of the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra while on tour. Jansons becomes his mentor and Andris Nelsons has worked with him in conducting since 2002. In 2003 Andris Nelsons was appointed Principal Conductor of the Latvian National Orchestra and remained in office for four years. His passion for opera led him to conduct large orchestras such as the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra or the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra as well as major events such as the Bayreuth Festival or the New Year’s concert in Vienna.
Andris Nelsons
Grosses Festspielhaus
Ein Deutsches Requiem - J. Brahms, the 3
Andris Nelsons
Andris Nelsons was born in Riga in 1978. His mother founded one of the first music orchestras in Latvia and his father was conductor cellist. As a youth, Andris Nelsons studied piano and mastered the trumpet by the age of 12. He also sings as a bass baritone for his mother’s orchestra, and is particularly passionate about early music. Andris Nelsons is studying conducting with Alexander Titov in St. Petersburg. He caught the attention of Mariss Jansons when he was urgently called to the post of 1st trumpet of the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra while on tour. Jansons becomes his mentor and Andris Nelsons has worked with him in conducting since 2002. In 2003 Andris Nelsons was appointed Principal Conductor of the Latvian National Orchestra and remained in office for four years. His passion for opera led him to conduct large orchestras such as the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra or the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra as well as major events such as the Bayreuth Festival or the New Year’s concert in Vienna.
Andris Nelsons
Soprano : Julia Kleiter, Baryton : Christian Gerhaher
Gewandhausorchester, Chœur du Bayerischer Rundfunk
Grosses Festspielhaus
Concert of the Gewandhausorchester, the 4
Œuvres de J. S. Bach, T. Escaich et R. Schumann
Andris Nelsons
Andris Nelsons was born in Riga in 1978. His mother founded one of the first music orchestras in Latvia and his father was conductor cellist. As a youth, Andris Nelsons studied piano and mastered the trumpet by the age of 12. He also sings as a bass baritone for his mother’s orchestra, and is particularly passionate about early music. Andris Nelsons is studying conducting with Alexander Titov in St. Petersburg. He caught the attention of Mariss Jansons when he was urgently called to the post of 1st trumpet of the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra while on tour. Jansons becomes his mentor and Andris Nelsons has worked with him in conducting since 2002. In 2003 Andris Nelsons was appointed Principal Conductor of the Latvian National Orchestra and remained in office for four years. His passion for opera led him to conduct large orchestras such as the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra or the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra as well as major events such as the Bayreuth Festival or the New Year’s concert in Vienna.
Andris Nelsons
Violoncelle : Gautier Capuçon
Grosses Festspielhaus
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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).
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Car rental can be reserved as a supplement. A private guided discovery tour of the city can also be added.

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