Program Summer 2017

2 p.m. Hitzacker Marketplace (admission free)
  Kick-Off in the Old Town with the Festival Academy
4 p.m. VERDO Concert Hall
  Opening Concert
  JEAN-GUIHEN QUEYRAS (cello)  OLIVER WILLE (violin)  ENSEMBLE RESONANZ
7:07 p.m. VERDO in the garden (admission free)
  Seven Past Seven • A Look at the Summer Residence of Hitzacker
  With Prof. Oliver Wille and Dr. Christian Strehk
8 p.m. VERDO Concert Hall
  Lieder Recital • Love Songs
  CHRISTIANNE STOTIJN (mezzo soprano)  ERIC SCHNEIDER (piano)

 

11 a.m. VERDO Concert Hall
  Solo Recital
  JEAN-GUIHEN QUEYRAS (cello)
3 p.m. and 5 p.m Oktogon, Hitzacker
  Sound Installation • Myriad
  MEMBERS of the FESTIVAL ACADEMY
7:07 p.m VERDO in the garden area (free admission)
  Seven Past Seven • Introduction to the Concert
  With musicians of the Ensemble Resonanz
8 p.m. VERDO Concert Hall
  Chamber Orchestra Concert
  ENSEMBLE RESONANZ   KALLE KALIMA (electric guitar)

 

9:09 – 10:10 a.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker (admission free)
  Nine Past Nine • Everyman’s Choir
11 a.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker
  The Festival Academy Goes Public • Let’s Meet Chen Halevi and Marie-Luise Neunecker
  Workshop with the Festival Academy
2:30 p.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker
  Audience Academy Day I
  Shop talk/open rehearsal • Rebecca Saunders/Parker Quartet
7:07 p.m. VERDO in the garden area (admission free)
  Seven Past Seven • Pre-Concert
  Chamber music with amateurs, members of the Festival Academy and the Ensemble Resonanz
8 p.m. VERDO Concert Hall
  Chamber Music Concert • String Quartet
  PARKER QUARTET

 

9:09 – 10:10 a.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker (admission free)
  Nine Past Nine • Everyman’s Choir
2:30 p.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker
  Audience Academy Day II: Atelier Concert • “Papa Haydn“ and the path to Opus 77
  With Oliver Wille and the Pierrot Quartett
7:07 p.m. VERDO in the garden area (admission free)
  Seven Past Seven • Pre-Concert with the Festival Academy
8 p.m. VERDO Concert Hall Hitzacker
  Chamber music concert • Solo to Octet
  CLAUDIA CHAN (piano)  CHEN HALEVI (clarinet)  MARIE-LUISE NEUNECKER (horn)  THEO PLATH (bassoon)
BENEDICT ZIERVOGEL (double bass)  PARKER QUARTET   DAS NEUE ENSEMBLE

 

9:09 – 10:10 a.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker (admission free)
  Nine Past Nine • Everyman’s Choir
11:00 a.m. Hotel Waldfrieden (admission free)
  Sustainability Forum • “Ah, linger on…” – festivals and the resource called time
  With Linda Anne Engelhardt and guests
2:30 p.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker
  Audience Academy Day III: Shop Talk • Ainsi la Nuit by Henri Dutilleux
  With Eberhard Feltz and Quatuor Ebène
7:07 p.m. VERDO in the garden area (admission free)
  Seven Past Seven • Pre-Concert with the Festival Academy
8 p.m. VERDO Concert Hall
  String Quartet Concert • In celebration of Eberhard Feltz’ 80th birthday
  QUATUOR EBÈNE

 

9:09 – 10:10 a.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker (admission free)
  Nine Past Nine • Everyman’s Choir
11 a.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker
  The Festival Academy Goes Public • Musical Phenomena
  Workshop with the Festival Academy, Eberhard Feltz – and the audience
7:07 p.m. VERDO in the garden area (admission free)
  Seven Past Seven • Introduction to the “Scriabin Code”
  Martin Albrecht and Reinhard Geller with Raliza Nikolov
8 p.m. VERDO Concert Hall
  Scriabin Code – a synesthetic performance
  Decoder: MARTIN ALBRECHT (clarinet)  DANIEL PRANDL (piano)  KATHARINA GROSS (double bass)
DIRIK SCHILGEN (percussion)  REINHARD GELLER (visuals) featuring MARKUS BECKER (piano)
9:50 p.m. Oktogon, Hitzacker
  Ten to Ten • Late Night Lounge

 

9:09 – 10:10 a.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker (admission free)
  Nine Past Nine • Everyman’s Choir
11 a.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker (admission free)
  Public sing-along with “Everyman’s Choir“
2:30 p.m. VERDO Concert Hall
  Public Rehearsal • Kissingen Lied Workshop
  Composers rehearse their new works
7 p.m. Kneipp Garden
  Open Air • Wild Sounds
  JOHANNES FISCHER (percussion)
9 p.m. VERDO Concert Hall
  Chamber Music Concert • Night of the Festival Academy
  FESTIVAL ACADEMY PARTICIPANTS
guests: YURA LEE (violin, viola)  OLIVER WILLE (violin)
JOHANNES FISCHER (percussion)  MARKUS BECKER (piano)

 

2:30 p.m. St. Johannis Church Hitzacker (admission free)
  Audience Academy IV: Shop Talk • The artists and composers of Kissingen’s Lied Workshop
  In conversation with Dr. Christian Strehk
5 p.m. VERDO Concert Hall
  Hello Festival I • Kissingen’s Lied Workshop at the Hitzacker Summer Residence
8 p.m. VERDO Concert Hall
  Hello Festival II • Kissingen’s Lied Workshop at the Hitzacker Summer Residence
  KIMBERLEY BOETTGER-SOLLER (soprano)  CAROLINE MELZER (soprano)
SARAH MARIA SUN (soprano)  PETER SCHÖNE (baritone)
AXEL BAUNI (director and piano)  SIEGFRIED MAUSER (piano)  JAN PHILIP SCHULZE (piano)

 

11a.m. VERDO Concert Hall
 

Literature and Chamber Music • On Hospitality
Mind the Dog!

UDO SAMEL (recitation)  YURA LEE (violin, viola)  OLIVER WILLE (violine) 
ALBAN GERHARDT (cello)  MARKUS BECKER (piano)

   

 

Künstler

Axel Bauni

Klavier

Claudia Chan

Klavier

Das Neue Ensemble

DJ Clé

Ensemble Resonanz

Parker Quartet

Theo Plath

Fagott

Quatuor Ebène

Udo Samel

Schauspiel

Scriabin Code

Oliver Wille

Violine

Festival in action

Über uns

Die Sommerlichen Musiktage Hitzacker sind Deutschlands ältestes und zugleich sein geistig jüngstes Kammermusikfestival. Jeden Sommer, für neun Tage ab dem letzten Samstag im Juli, verwandeln sie die malerische Fachwerk-Stadt Hitzacker an der Elbe zu einem Brennpunkt kultureller Interaktionen, die weit über das Land hinaus ausstrahlen.

Intendant: Prof. Oliver Wille

Geschäftsstelle, Kartenverkauf, Festival-Service im VERDO:
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