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Euridice opéra séjours culturels
Salzbourg 30
Arrangement from Tuesday 29 August to Friday 1st September 2023, 3 nights  Festival
Concert of the Wiener Philharmoniker, the 29
J. Brahms : Concerto pour piano n° 2 si si bémol majeur
A. Dvořák : Symphonie n° 8 en sol majeur "Englische"
Jakub Hrůša
Piano :
Igor Levit
Born in Russia in 1987 and raised in Germany, Igor Levit studied piano at the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien in Hanover and now lives in Berlin. The master pianist focuses primarily on Beethoven’s works, both on stage and in his CD recordings - his highly acclaimed recording of Beethoven’s complete 32 piano sonatas is the most recent proof of this. Levit performs worldwide with renowned orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, New York Philharmonic and Vienna Philharmonic, in addition to his solo recitals. In 2019, Levit accepted a professorship for piano at his former training center in Hanover in order to pass on his experience to the next generation of artists. For his socio-political commitment, Igor Levit was awarded the International Beethoven Prize in 2019 and the Federal Cross of Merit by German President Steinmeier in 2020.
Igor Levit
Grosses Festspielhaus
Falstaff - G. Verdi
Verdi’s work of old age and at the same time the last opera from his pen belongs to the genre of commedia lirica. The premiere of “Falstaff” took place to great acclaim at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan in 1893 and ushered in a renaissance of comic opera at the turn of the century. Falstaff influenced, among others, the cheerful stage works of Richard Strauss and also the brilliant “Gianni Schicchi” by Giacomo Puccini. The character of Falstaff describes an old man, very obese and fond of drinking, poltrous, who sets out with shrewdness and quick-wittedness to replenish his dwindling financial reserves. This burlesque and entertaining story tells how he succeeds, what intrigues are forged and who ends up happy with whom. Arrigo Boito wrote a witty libretto based on William Shakespeare’s “The Merry Wives of Windsor” (including scenes from “Henry IV”), which sparkles with wit and wordplay. Verdi composed the opera at the age of almost 80, and perhaps the fact that as a celebrated composer of the century he no longer had anything to prove to anyone may have contributed to the musical realization being so pointed, lively and authentic.
Falstaff - G. Verdi, the 30, nouvelle production
Ingo Metzmacher - Christoph Marthaler
Elena Stikhina
Soprano Elena Stikhina (*1986) is one of the outstanding young artists of our time and has already caused an international sensation in her field: after winning the prestigious Operalia Singing Competition in 2016 – an award that in the past has already been the career springboard for many glorious artists of our times – performances at the Opéra de Paris, the Deutsche Oper Berlin as well as the Staatsoper Unter den Linden and the Dresden Semperoper soon followed. In the 2018/2019 season, Stikhina made her successful debuts in the U.S., both at New York’s Metropolitan Opera, where she gave the title role in Giacomo Puccini’s ´Suor Angelica`, and as ´Tosca` at Boston Lyric Opera. In the summer of 2019, the Russian-born singer gave her much acclaimed premiere at the Salzburg Festival with the role of Medee – standing in for Sonya Yoncheva. With this, at the latest, Stikhina is about to establish herself from an outstanding young artist to one of the future big stars in the musical sky.
Elena Stikhina, Cecilia Molinari, Tanja Ariane Baumgartner, Gerald Finley,
Simon Keenlyside
Born in London on August 3, 1959, Simon Keenlyside made his baritone debut at the Hamburg Staatsoper in The Marriage of Figaro (Count Almaviva). Simon Keenlyside has performed on major international opera stages such as the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Royal Opera House in London, the Munich and Vienna Operas in roles such as Prospero (The Tempest), Posa (Don Carlo), Germont Father (La Traviata), Papageno (Die Zauberflöte), Almaviva as well as the title roles of Don Giovanni, Eugène Onéguine, Pelléas et Mélisande, Wozzeck, Billy Budd, Hamlet, Macbeth and Rigoletto.
Simon Keenlyside
Grosses Festspielhaus
Concert of Boston Symphony Orchestra, the 31
J. Williams : Concerto pour piano n° 2
I. F. Stravinski : Petrouchka
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
Violon :
Anne-Sophie Mutter
The violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter is without doubt one of the most internationally renowned German classical music stars of our time. In her more than 40 years of concert activity, her program has regularly included not only the classical repertoire but also highly acclaimed world premieres and film scores. In addition to her own stage career, which has taken her to all the major renowned stages over the years, Mutter is also committed to promoting young musical talent through her own foundations. The violinist has received numerous international awards for her outstanding musical and social commitment and her cultural achievements, including four Grammy Awards as well as the Mendelssohn Prize, the Great Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Bavarian Order of Merit, the Great Austrian Medal of Honor, and the French Order of the Legion of Honor. Like all artists, Anne-Sophie Mutter has been affected by the pandemic-related break in performance. In order to draw attention to the disastrous situation in the music business, Mutter, together with some of her scholarship recipients, performed sporadically at church services and solicited donations for the emergency relief fund of the German Orchestra Foundation.
Anne-Sophie Mutter
Grosses Festspielhaus
Your hotels for Salzbourg 30
Sacher Salzburg *****
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The Sacher Salzburg *****, member of the Leading Hotels of the World, is an internationally renowned hotel where you will appreciate its 111 tastefully decorated, comfortable and elegant rooms. As well as its excellent restaurant, the hotel provides a café where you can enjoy the famous chocolate cake named after its creator…

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Goldener Hirsch *****
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The Goldener Hirsch *****, considered the best hotel of the town, offers 69 rooms and two restaurants of typical Austrian charm. The traditional furniture is perfectly combined with modern equipments…

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Sheraton Grand Salzburg *****
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The Sheraton Salzburg ***** is ideally located in the town centre and is adjacent to the beautiful Thermal park and to the Mirabell garden. This hotel of 168 rooms is only twenty minutes on foot from the Festspielhaus and five minutes from the Mozarteum…

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Altstadt Hotel Radisson Blu *****
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The Altstadt Radisson Blu Hotel *****, is situated in the old town. It has 60 single and personalized rooms which are equipped with classical furniture and marble bathrooms…

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Auersperg ****
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Under family ownership for three generations, this small but charming city hotel is located in the quiet but central heart of Salzburg. A young dedicated team from all over the world is responsible for the modern impression, excellent service and the incomparable family atmosphere of this hotel…

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Die Gersberg Alm ****
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No hustle and bustle, no noise, but fresh air and idyllic nature - that’s what you’ll find at the Romantik Hotel Die Gersberg Alm near Salzburg, which is run very personally and which you can look down on from the hotel’s own garden. The 4-star hotel has 40 individual and lovingly furnished rooms, some with balconies…

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Tour price Salzbourg 30
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Double room accommodation including breakfast.
Very good show seats.
Repatriation assistance (for residents of western Europe only).
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On request, we can also offer you a higher category of room or accommodation in another establishments : Romantik Hotel Gmachl ****.

Car rental can be reserved as a supplement. A private guided discovery tour of the city can also be added.

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