Concerts & Tickets

Sat 12 Sep

Online Conzert on Dreamstage

Dresden Festival Orchestra & Josep Caballé Domenech

Mit einem exklusiven Konzert wird das Dresdner Festspielorchester am 12. September nun im Löwensaal dem Originalklang…

  • 20:00
  • Dreamstage (Online)
  • 25 $

Dresden Festival Orchestra & Josep Caballé Domenech

Mit einem exklusiven Konzert wird das Dresdner Festspielorchester am 12. September nun im Löwensaal dem Originalklang von Ludwig van Beethovens Sinfonien Nr. 1 und 2 nachspüren – und somit unter der Leitung von Josep Caballé Domenech endlich auch den 250. Geburtstag des großen Klassikers feiern. Das Besondere daran: Das Konzert ist erstmals nicht bloß in Dresden, sondern weltweit zu erleben, denn das Dresdner Festspielorchester gibt an diesem Abend sein Debüt auf einer ganz neuen, virtuellen Bühne: Der digitale Konzertsaal Dreamstage wurde von Festspielintendant Jan Vogler mitbegründet und Ende August 2020 eröffnet. Dreamstage ermöglicht lebendige Musikerlebnisse in HD-Qualität für zu Hause und eröffnet Künstlern auch in Zeiten von COVID-19 eine Möglichkeit, mit ihrem Publikum weltweit in Kontakt zu treten und ihren Beruf weiterhin ausüben zu können. Nachdem auch das Dresdner Festspielorchester alle geplanten Auftritte im Mai und Juni aufgrund der Corona-Pandemie absagen musste, wird es mit seinem Beethoven-Programm an diesem Abend nun erstmals ein internationales Publikum erreichen und so eine musikalische Botschaft aus Dresden in die Welt senden.

Dresden Festival Orchestra
Josep Caballé Domenech – Conductor

  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 1 in C major Op. 21
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 2 in D major Op. 36
  • 20:00
  • Dreamstage (Online)
  • 25 $
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Chouchane Siranossian, Jan Vogler

Sat 12 Dec

Festive Christmas Concert: Jan Vogler & Dresden Festival Orchestra

The Dresden Festival Orchestra’s Christmas concert takes listeners on a journey to the fascinating baroque era. Tracing…

  • 17:00
  • Kulturpalast (Dresden)
  • 75 / 60 / 45 / 30 / 20 EUR

Festive Christmas Concert: Jan Vogler & Dresden Festival Orchestra

The Dresden Festival Orchestra’s Christmas concert takes listeners on a journey to the fascinating baroque era. Tracing musical paths between Dresden and Italy, the musicians have discovered tuneful works by Hasse, Porpora and Vivaldi. Hasse was court kapellmeister for 30 years in Dresden, having studied previously with the legendary Porpora in Naples. Pisendel, the court orchestra’s celebrated concertmaster, on the other hand, was a close friend of Vivaldi, who dedicated some of his works to him. The soloist on this festive occasion is cellist Jan Vogler, who joins the orchestra, which plays on historical instruments, and its concertmaster Chouchane Siranossian in inviting you to a splendid feast for the ears.

Jan Vogler – Cello
Dresden Festival Orchestra
Chouchane Siranossian – Concertmaster

From Italy to Saxony

  • Johann Adolph Hasse: Overture from the Opera »Artaserse« (Sinfonia, Dresden version from 1740)
  • Johann Adolph Hasse: Concerto for Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in D major
  • Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for Flautino, Strings and Basso continuo in C major RV 443
  • Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for Violin, Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in B flat major RV 547
  • Johann David Heinichen: Serenata di Moritzburg Seibel 204
  • Nicola Antonio Porpora: Concerto for Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in G major
  • Johann Friedrich Fasch: Concerto for 2 Oboes, Bassoon, Strings and Basso continuo in D major FaWV L:D14
  • 17:00
  • Kulturpalast (Dresden)
  • 75 / 60 / 45 / 30 / 20 EUR
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Chouchane Siranossian, Jan Vogler

Sat 12 Dec

Festive Christmas Concert: Jan Vogler & Dresden Festival Orchestra

The Dresden Festival Orchestra’s Christmas concert takes listeners on a journey to the fascinating baroque era. Tracing…

  • 20:00
  • Kulturpalast (Dresden)
  • 75 / 60 / 45 / 30 / 20 EUR

Festive Christmas Concert: Jan Vogler & Dresden Festival Orchestra

The Dresden Festival Orchestra’s Christmas concert takes listeners on a journey to the fascinating baroque era. Tracing musical paths between Dresden and Italy, the musicians have discovered tuneful works by Hasse, Porpora and Vivaldi. Hasse was court kapellmeister for 30 years in Dresden, having studied previously with the legendary Porpora in Naples. Pisendel, the court orchestra’s celebrated concertmaster, on the other hand, was a close friend of Vivaldi, who dedicated some of his works to him. The soloist on this festive occasion is cellist Jan Vogler, who joins the orchestra, which plays on historical instruments, and its concertmaster Chouchane Siranossian in inviting you to a splendid feast for the ears.

Jan Vogler – Cello
Dresden Festival Orchestra
Chouchane Siranossian – Concertmaster

From Italy to Saxony

  • Johann Adolph Hasse: Overture from the Opera »Artaserse« (Sinfonia, Dresden version from 1740)
  • Johann Adolph Hasse: Concerto for Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in D major
  • Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for Flautino, Strings and Basso continuo in C major RV 443
  • Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for Violin, Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in B flat major RV 547
  • Johann David Heinichen: Serenata di Moritzburg Seibel 204
  • Nicola Antonio Porpora: Concerto for Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in G major Johann
  • Friedrich Fasch: Concerto for 2 Oboes, Bassoon, Strings and Basso continuo in D major FaWV L:D14
  • 20:00
  • Kulturpalast (Dresden)
  • 75 / 60 / 45 / 30 / 20 EUR
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Mon 24 May

»SCHUMANN-SINFONIEZYKLUS I«

Dresdner Festspielorchester & Daniele Gatti – Zyklus I

Wenn das Dresdner Festspielorchester in gleich zwei Konzerten mit Daniele Gatti auf einen der größten Dirigenten unserer…

  • 18:00
  • Kulturpalast (Dresden)
  • 75/60/45/30/20 EUR

Dresdner Festspielorchester & Daniele Gatti – Zyklus I

Wenn das Dresdner Festspielorchester in gleich zwei Konzerten mit Daniele Gatti auf einen der größten Dirigenten unserer Zeit trifft, sind spannende musikalische Impulse zu erwarten, umso mehr, wenn alle vier Sinfonien von Robert Schumann an nur einem Abend auf dem Programm stehen. Der auf historische Aufführungspraxis spezialisierte Klangkörper, der mit den Sinfonien Schumanns bestens vertraut ist, und der italienische Ausnahmedirigent begeben sich auf die Spuren des Originalklangs und lassen die faszinierenden Klangwelten dieser Werke aufleben. Während der sinfonische Erstling, der von dem 31-jährigen Komponisten in nur vier Wochen niedergeschrieben wurde, frühlingshaft und optimistisch ist, spiegelt das während Schumanns Dresdner Jahre entstandene Opus 61 sein Ringen um Form und Ausdruck und gilt heute als sein ambitioniertester Gattungsbeitrag.

Dresdner Festspielorchester
Daniele Gatti ­– Dirigent

  • Robert Schumann: Sinfonie Nr. 1 B-Dur op. 38 »Frühlingssinfonie«
  • Robert Schumann: Nr. 2 C-Dur op. 61
17 UHR KONZERTEINFÜHRUNG (KULTURPALAST, VERANSTALTUNGSRAUM DER ZENTRALBIBLIOTHEK, 1. OG)
  • 18:00
  • Kulturpalast (Dresden)
  • 75/60/45/30/20 EUR
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Mon 24 May

»SCHUMANN SYMPHONY CYCLE II«

Dresden Festival Orchestra & Daniele Gatti – Cycle II

Op. 120 The second concert of the extraordinary Schumann Symphony Cycle with the Festival’s own orchestra under the…

  • 20:00
  • Kulturpalast (Dresden)
  • 75/60/45/30/20 EUR

Dresden Festival Orchestra & Daniele Gatti – Cycle II

Op. 120 The second concert of the extraordinary Schumann Symphony Cycle with the Festival’s own orchestra under the baton of Daniele Gatti features the romantic composer’s last two symphonies. Playing historical instruments, the musicians once again delve deep into the multi-faceted sonic cosmos of the composer, reflecting his musical development in an exemplary fashion. The folksy, cheerful air of Schumann’s Third Symphony, the »Rhenish«, has made it one of the composer’s most popular orchestral works. First written in 1841 and revised ten years later, the Fourth Symphony, compelling due to the charming interweaving of themes, closes the circle of this special symphonic cycle in a memorable way.

Dresden Festival Orchestra
Daniele Gatti – Conductor

  • Robert Schumann: Symphony No. 3 in E flat major Op. 97 »Rhenish«
  • Robert Schumann: Symphony No. 4 in D minor Op. 120
  • 20:00
  • Kulturpalast (Dresden)
  • 75/60/45/30/20 EUR

Sat 05 Jun

Dresden Festival Orchestra & Ivor Bolton

This concert by the Dresden Festival Orchestra under the baton of Ivor Bolton juxtaposes two ground-breaking symphonic…

  • 11:00
  • 75/60/45/30/20 EUR

Dresden Festival Orchestra & Ivor Bolton

This concert by the Dresden Festival Orchestra under the baton of Ivor Bolton juxtaposes two ground-breaking symphonic works by Beethoven: the famous »Symphony of Fate«, whose sound has been circling the earth in space as a golden record since 1977, and the »Pastoral«, in which Beethoven set to music the feelings stirred by experiences in nature. Even if the Fifth and Sixth Symphonies were written in succession, at first glance they appear like antipodes. The revolutionary Fifth with its legendary knocking motif and the rustic sounds imitated in its successor are testament to Beethoven’s striving to continuously discover new facets of the genre. The members of the Festival Orchestra, who were originally planning to perform the two works in 2020, now bring their historical instruments and expertise to Dresden’s Kulturpalast for this occasion.

Dresden Festival Orchestra
Ivor Bolton – Conductor

  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C minor Op. 67
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 in F-major Op. 68 »Pastoral«
6:30 PM PRE-CONCERT TALK (KULTURPALAST, EVENT SPACE OF THE CENTRAL LIBRARY, 1st Floor)
  • 11:00
  • 75/60/45/30/20 EUR

Sat 05 Jun

Dresden Festival Orchestra & Ivor Bolton

This concert by the Dresden Festival Orchestra under the baton of Ivor Bolton juxtaposes two ground-breaking symphonic…

  • 19:30
  • 75/60/45/30/20 EUR

Dresden Festival Orchestra & Ivor Bolton

This concert by the Dresden Festival Orchestra under the baton of Ivor Bolton juxtaposes two ground-breaking symphonic works by Beethoven: the famous »Symphony of Fate«, whose sound has been circling the earth in space as a golden record since 1977, and the »Pastoral«, in which Beethoven set to music the feelings stirred by experiences in nature. Even if the Fifth and Sixth Symphonies were written in succession, at first glance they appear like antipodes. The revolutionary Fifth with its legendary knocking motif and the rustic sounds imitated in its successor are testament to Beethoven’s striving to continuously discover new facets of the genre. The members of the Festival Orchestra, who were originally planning to perform the two works in 2020, now bring their historical instruments and expertise to Dresden’s Kulturpalast for this occasion.

Dresden Festival Orchestra
Ivor Bolton – Conductor

  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C minor Op. 67
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 in F-major Op. 68 »Pastoral«
6:30 PM PRE-CONCERT TALK (KULTURPALAST, EVENT SPACE OF THE CENTRAL LIBRARY, 1st Floor)
  • 19:30
  • 75/60/45/30/20 EUR

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