»To love Schubert means [...] to master the art of patience,« writes Khatia Buniatishvili about the composer to whom she dedicates her recital.
The history of jazz is marked by music-making siblings – from the Adderleys to the Heath Brothers to the Turrentines.
Federspiel has a new album in the luggage! As the title suggests, it is about absorption and reflection.
Großer Saal © Lukas Beck
The European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) is an active network bringing together many of the major concert halls in Europe in order to promote professional exchange, shared reflection and the initiation of joint initiatives.
Each year ECHO nominates a group of exceptional artists as its Rising Stars. The selected artists are offered the opportunity to present an engaging musical programme of their own choosing in venues across the ECHO network. ECHO organises regular meetings and shared learning opportunities for colleagues from its member halls, as well as larger scale seminars open to colleagues from across the wider sector in Europe and beyond.
You will find further information and short video introducing the work of the ECHO network on the website http://www.concerthallorganisation.eu.
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