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Brass season

SHINING PROSPECTS... When trumpet, trombone and Co. shine in the warm sunlight, even the less romantic types will have a hard time not enjoying this a “golden autumn”. After all, this gathering of spotlessly cleaned instruments can only mean one thing: The brass season is back!And it celebrates its return with the best musicians the international scene can offer. From the Venezuela Brass Ensemble to the Berlin Philharmonic Brass Ensemble to the Septura Brass Septet from Great Britain. Sounds good? Well, then you should go and reserve your tickets now. It all kicks off on September 27, 2019. Dates and program are subject to change.

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Freitag | 19:30 | Venezuela Brass Ensemble (VEN)

The 25 young musicians of the Venezuela Brass Ensemble take you on a musical journey throughout America. The orchestra is conducted by Thomas Clamor. They are playing argentinian tangos, brasilian samba, mexican Rancheras and many more. Dates and program subject to change.

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Sonntag | 19:30 | Berlin Philharmonic Brass (GER)

The brass ensemble of the Berlin Philharmonics consists of 12 musicians who are playing mainly on German instruments.


Byrd: The Earle of Oxford’s March (arr.: Elgar Howarth) Bach: Drei Bach Choräle (Enrique Crespo) Dowland: Book of songs (arr.: Olaf Ott) Bruckner: Ave Maria (arr.: Hans Peter Gaiswinkler) Purcell: Suite from ”The Fairy Queen” (arr.: Eric Crees) Shostakovich: Jazz Suite no. 2 (arr.: Mogens Andresen/Daniel Drage) Mahler: Urlicht (arr.: B. Mansted) Elgar: Chason de Matin (arr.: Harvey) Aieta/Piazolla/Villoldo: South American Tango Suite (arr.: Joshua Davies) Dates and program subject to change.

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Freitag | 19:30 | Septura Brass Septet (GB)

The Septura Brass Septet consists of the best young brass musicians of all England. The ensemble was founded by Simon Cox, who was present in many well-known british orchestras as a solist. Dates and program subject to change.

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Freitag | 19:30 | Pro Brass (A)

The Ensemble Pro Brass consists of 15 highly talented austrian musicians who have been playing for many high-class orchestras in Europe. With a passion for details the orchestra is presenting the new program: “OHNE TITEL – Carte Blanche” which is about to become a huge success. Dates and program subject to change.

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Sonntag | 19:30 | Carinthian Brass Band & Carinthian Youth Choir (A)

The Carinthian Brass Band consists mainly of brass and drum teachers of the “Kärntner Landesmusikschulwerk” together with some music students. The Carinthian Brass Band was founded in 2007 by Robert Hofer, member of the Austrian Brass Quintett HoViHoLoHoff. From the beginning on, the band was successful and became part of the first Carinthian Brass Season in the CMA in 2009. In 2019, the Carinthian Brass Band is lead by Tristan Uth fort the fourth time.


Philip Sparke: Concert Prelude
Gustav T. Holst: Ode to Death
Anton Bruckner: Locus Iste
Eric Whitaker: Lux Aurumque
Ola Gjeili: Tundra
Tristan Uth: Paradise

William Rimmer: Slaidburn Marsch
Joaquín Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez
Franz von Suppé: Ouvertüre zu Leichte Kavallerie
Franz von Suppé: Ouvertüre zu Dichter und Bauer
Gioachino Rossini: Ouvertüre zu Wilhelm Tell

Dates and program subject to change.

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