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  • 27.04.

    ORGANIZED BY

    Trachtenkapelle Ebene Reichenau
    Phone: +43 664 5426572
    www.tkebenereichenau.at

    Program information here

  • ORGANIZER

    Kärntner Blasmusikverband (KBV) office@kbv.at www.kbv.at Tel.: +43 (0) 676 / 411 6166

  • ORGANIZED BY

    CMA Carinthische Musikakademie GmbH Musikakademie Stift Ossiach & conceptio Tel: +43 424345594

  • 17. - 18.05.

    Also in 2019, various performers will be taking the stage at the now fourth Carinthian Theatre Festival. Six different theatre groups from Carinthia will be presenting their plays to the stage – children’s theatre, comedy, drama, crime – on two days, there will be a diverse, entertaining program. Additionally, the participants can also take part in a workshop. All amateur theater groups and children’s theatre groups can enter. The productions will be selected by a jury according to genre, festival suitability and quality. Further criteria for entry of the participating play are a duration of no longer than 80 minutes as well as no need for a break or a too sophisticated stage scenery.

    ORGANIZED BY

    TheaterServiceKärnten +43 463 536 57640 www.theater-service-kaernten.com

  • Springtime! The season of powerful awakening and life. A big wonder and miracle every year! A magical beginning, just like a first note from the silence. Following the footsteps of the family Berg at their summer refuge at Lake Ossiach, we feel the same magic: Spring is in the air, surrounded by breathtaking nature and the inspiration of Alban Berg’s spirit of discovery. We want to be enchanted, embark on a new journey and listen to the quiet sounds in the silence of nature. The composer that has bestowed a unique efflorescence upon Romanticism and also pushed open the door to Modernism will be our companion in these days.

    THE PERFORMERS

    Alban Berg Ensemble Vienna: Ariane Haering (Klavier), Sebastian Gürtler (Violine), Régis Bringolf (Violine), Subin Lee (Viola), Florian Berner (Violoncello), Silvia Careddu (Flöte), Alexander Neubauer (Klarinette) Guests: Peter Dorfmayr, Fiorentina Harasko, Charlotte Lang, Clara Meloni, Christian Muthspiel, Alois Posch, Maria Radutu, Thomas Schindl, Jana Thomaschütz, Michael Turnovsky, Walter Vogelmayr, Marlies Wieser

    TICKETS

    Bookable at Culturall GmbH -10% Ö1 membership discount

    ORGANIZED BY

    Alban Berg Ensemble Wien supported by Alban Berg Stiftung Wien Phone: +43 1 7125400111 www.bergfruehling.net

  • 31.05.

    Springtime! The season of powerful awakening and life. A big wonder and miracle every year! A magical beginning, just like a first note from the silence. Following the footsteps of the family Berg at their summer refuge at Lake Ossiach, we feel the same magic: Spring is in the air, surrounded by breathtaking nature and the inspiration of Alban Berg’s spirit of discovery. We want to be enchanted, embark on a new journey and listen to the quiet sounds in the silence of nature. The composer that has bestowed a unique efflorescence upon Romanticism and also pushed open the door to Modernism will be our companion in these days.

    THE PERFORMERS

    Alban Berg Ensemble Vienna: Ariane Haering (Klavier), Sebastian Gürtler (Violine), Régis Bringolf (Violine), Subin Lee (Viola), Florian Berner (Violoncello), Silvia Careddu (Flöte), Alexander Neubauer (Klarinette) Guests: Peter Dorfmayr, Fiorentina Harasko, Charlotte Lang, Clara Meloni, Christian Muthspiel, Alois Posch, Maria Radutu, Thomas Schindl, Jana Thomaschütz, Michael Turnovsky, Walter Vogelmayr, Marlies Wieser

    TICKETS

    Bookable at Culturall GmbH -10% Ö1 membership discount

    ORGANIZED BY

    Alban Berg Ensemble Wien supported by Alban Berg Stiftung Wien Phone: +43 1 7125400111 www.bergfruehling.net

  • 31.05.
    Springtime! The season of powerful awakening and life. A big wonder and miracle every year! A magical beginning, just like a first note from the silence. Following the footsteps of the family Berg at their summer refuge at Lake Ossiach, we feel the same magic: Spring is in the air, surrounded by breathtaking nature and the inspiration of Alban Berg’s spirit of discovery. We want to be enchanted, embark on a new journey and listen to the quiet sounds in the silence of nature. The composer that has bestowed a unique efflorescence upon Romanticism and also pushed open the door to Modernism will be our companion in these days.

    THE PERFORMERS

    Alban Berg Ensemble Vienna: Ariane Haering (Klavier), Sebastian Gürtler (Violine), Régis Bringolf (Violine), Subin Lee (Viola), Florian Berner (Violoncello), Silvia Careddu (Flöte), Alexander Neubauer (Klarinette) Guests: Peter Dorfmayr, Fiorentina Harasko, Charlotte Lang, Clara Meloni, Christian Muthspiel, Alois Posch, Maria Radutu, Thomas Schindl, Jana Thomaschütz, Michael Turnovsky, Walter Vogelmayr, Marlies Wieser

    TICKETS

    Bookable at Culturall GmbH -10% Ö1 membership discount

    ORGANIZED BY

    Alban Berg Ensemble Wien supported by Alban Berg Stiftung Wien Phone: +43 1 7125400111 www.bergfruehling.net
  • 1.06.

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    Springtime! The season of powerful awakening and life. A big wonder and miracle every year! A magical beginning, just like a first note from the silence. Following the footsteps of the family Berg at their summer refuge at Lake Ossiach, we feel the same magic: Spring is in the air, surrounded by breathtaking nature and the inspiration of Alban Berg’s spirit of discovery. We want to be enchanted, embark on a new journey and listen to the quiet sounds in the silence of nature. The composer that has bestowed a unique efflorescence upon Romanticism and also pushed open the door to Modernism will be our companion in these days.

    THE PERFORMERS

    Alban Berg Ensemble Vienna: Ariane Haering (Klavier), Sebastian Gürtler (Violine), Régis Bringolf (Violine), Subin Lee (Viola), Florian Berner (Violoncello), Silvia Careddu (Flöte), Alexander Neubauer (Klarinette) Guests: Peter Dorfmayr, Fiorentina Harasko, Charlotte Lang, Clara Meloni, Christian Muthspiel, Alois Posch, Maria Radutu, Thomas Schindl, Jana Thomaschütz, Michael Turnovsky, Walter Vogelmayr, Marlies Wieser

    TICKETS

    Bookable at Culturall GmbH -10% Ö1 membership discount

    ORGANIZED BY

    Alban Berg Ensemble Wien supported by Alban Berg Stiftung Wien Phone: +43 1 7125400111 www.bergfruehling.net

  • 5.06. - 4.07.

    Only bookable for schools! Well, that’s what Prince Tamino and bird catcher Papageno would also like to know! But how can you help them? By pulling the strings yourself, of course! At the exciting puppet theater with Lisa Pippan, which brings Mozart’s famous opera “The Magic Flute” right to the CMA. Two school classes can participate at every theater performance. So, sign up right away and dive into the mysterious soundscape of the famous composer… A prince who faints during the escape from a snake? Papageno, the funny bird catcher, tells the story of how he met Prince Tamino, who is the Queen of the Night and why he and the Prince need to start looking for Pamina. Wild animals also appear on their journey and in the end, Tamino and Pamina must succeed in the dangerous fire and water tests. The story will be developed in narrative form and together with the children, who will take on the parts of the animals, help Papageno and accompany Tamino and Pamina on their tests. Moreover, children will learn the special playing technique with puppets as well as other techniques used in puppet theater. In the end, they can also try playing with a puppet by themselves.

    TARGET GROUP

    The performance is targeted at children from age 6-10.

    DURATION

    45 minutes + rehearsing with the puppets (approx. 1 hour)

    DATES

    June 2019 (dates freely selectable) Mon, July 1 to Thu, July 4  

  • 15.06.

    ORGANIZED BY

    Madrialchor Kärnten www.madrigalchor.at

  • The Sound of the Elements

    Baltic Sea Philharmonic – a new era of performance The Baltic Sea Philharmonic is a new paradigm for music making in the 21st century. Its concerts are a unique spectacle of sound, light, projection art and choreography; its passion for playing orchestral works from memory transforms the musical experience for both players and audiences; and its performances, under the electrifying baton of Music Director Kristjan Järvi, have a special passion and energy that’s infectious. But even more than this, as a community of musicians from ten Nordic countries, the Baltic Sea Philharmonic transcends geographical and historical boundaries and has become a movement for bringing people together. Embodying all that is innovative and progressive about the Nordic region, this visionary ensemble is taking the traditional orchestral model further than ever before. ‘It is a living breathing creature, with boundless energy and enthusiasm for the new – an adventure in itself’, says Kristjan Järvi. www.baltic-sea-philharmonic.eu

    Baltic Sea Philharmonic & Kristjan Järvi Special Guest Mari Samuelsen

    Charles Coleman (1968) Drenched

    Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759) Wassermusik (extracts)

    Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) Der Feuervogel Kristjan Järvi (1972) Aurora for violin and orchestra

    Philip Glass (1937) Aguas da Amazonias (Auszüge) orchestrated by Charles Coleman

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Y1PKEfa_EQ

  • PUBLIC VIEWING

    For all young visitors we offer a free open-air public viewing. Enjoy the concert live on a huge screen.

    The sound of the elements. Classical music like you’ve never heard it before

    The musicians of the Baltic Sea Philharmonic Orchestra come from all the adjoining nations of the Baltic Sea. From Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany and Latvia to Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia and Sweden. The result: A fulminant interplay of different cultures directed by the US based, but Estonian-born conductor Kristjan Järvi that will entirely reinterpret Händel’s “Waterworks”. At an extraordinary open-air concert accompanied by a wonderful ensemble of equestrians. www.baltic-sea-philharmonic.eu

    THE HIGHLIGHT IN THE BREAK

    While the musicians of the Baltic Sea Philharmonic orchestra enjoy a well-deserved break, you can enjoy our big highlight: the show of the “dancing horses”. Horse and equestrian present themselves in perfect harmony and make the evening unforgettable. The show is open for premium as well as public viewing ticket-owners.

    PROGRAM

    Baltic Sea Philharmonic & Kristjan Järvi 

    Special Guest Mari Samuelsen

    Charles Coleman (1968) Drenched

    Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759) Wassermusik

    Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) Der Feuervogel

    Kristjan Järvi (1972) Aurora für Violine & Orchester

  • The Sound of the Elements

    Baltic Sea Philharmonic – a new era of performance The Baltic Sea Philharmonic is a new paradigm for music making in the 21st century. Its concerts are a unique spectacle of sound, light, projection art and choreography; its passion for playing orchestral works from memory transforms the musical experience for both players and audiences; and its performances, under the electrifying baton of Music Director Kristjan Järvi, have a special passion and energy that’s infectious. But even more than this, as a community of musicians from ten Nordic countries, the Baltic Sea Philharmonic transcends geographical and historical boundaries and has become a movement for bringing people together. Embodying all that is innovative and progressive about the Nordic region, this visionary ensemble is taking the traditional orchestral model further than ever before. ‘It is a living breathing creature, with boundless energy and enthusiasm for the new – an adventure in itself’, says Kristjan Järvi. www.baltic-sea-philharmonic.eu Baltic Sea Philharmonic & Kristjan Järvi Special Guest Mari Samuelsen Charles Coleman (1968) Drenched Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759) Wassermusik (extracts) Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) Der Feuervogel Kristjan Järvi (1972) Aurora for violin and orchestra Philip Glass (1937) Aguas da Amazonias (Auszüge) orchestrated by Charles Coleman

  • QUE LES JEUX COMMENCENT!

    Yes and amen

    The baroque mass at the grand abbey church is one of the highlights on the second day. The interior is decorated with stucco (Wessobrunner Werkstatt) and frescos (J.F. Fromiller) and offers the perfect backdrop for the baroque-inspired “happy catholocism” that has been called for again today by the historian Peter Hersche.

    Queen trumps King

    How did the people of the baroque era pass the time to the next feast? Well, with a lot of fun games, of course. The favorite: A wooden XXL version of chess where you will be gallantly accompanied by Queen and King. Trés bon Also taste and try the baroque cuisine. Either very original, or adapted to fit the modern age. At the “Fête Baroque”, you will be happy to find both.

    For the flâneurs

    Enough cake for the day? Then we suggest you take a relaxing stroll through the baroque pleasure garden which draws you in with breathtaking views all around the Abbey.

    Guided Tours

    You always wanted to explore the secret spots within the Abbey? And what happens at the CMA? Then you should definitely not miss the guided tours by Austrian Guides. Here, you will learn all about the 1000 years of history behind the Abbey and everything you want to know about the CMA.

    Going back in time

    What did life in the baroque era look like? How did people live, dance, and especially, how did they celebrate? Find out on a journey through time where you will be taken back into the baroque period. Photos and historical costumes included!

    In the saddle

    From riding in baroque-inspired costumes, to the Pas de Deux with two Friesian horses and a baroque fashion show on horseback – the Friesian stud Nockalm knows how to capture their guests’ attention. Come by and experience the extraordinary show starring one of Europe’s oldest horse breeds.

    Pull the strings!

    Embark on a journey through time that will take you to the court of Maria Theresia. Who’ll be coming along? Well, little Sophie and all the friends you want to bring along on this magnificent trip. Performed with historical puppets and a playing technique that’s been around for more than 100 years.

    A feast for the ears

    Händel, Bach and many more will accompany you during the “Fête Baroque” – not only inside, but also outside Ossiach Abbey. In all new, exciting interpretations and variations. Just lean back and listen to the fine music. Dates and Program are subject to change.

  • ORGANIZED BY

    austrian arts sessions Phone: +43 650 8802855 office@austrian-arts-sessions.org www.austrian-arts-sessions.org

  • ORGANIZED BY

    austrian arts sessions Phone: +43 650 8802855 office@austrian-arts-sessions.org www.austrian-arts-sessions.org

  • ORGANIZED BY

    CMA Ossiach office-ossiach@die-cma.at www.die-cma.at Tel.: +43 4243 45 594

  • ORGANIZED BY

    Elisabeth Weinzierl & Edmund Wächter Tel.: +49 8 155492 weinzierl-waechter@t-online.de www.weinzierl-waechter.de
  • The participants of the flute summer course 2019 present their skills on stage.

    ORGANIZED BY

    Elisabeth Weinzierl & Edmund Wächter Tel.: +49 8 155492 weinzierl-waechter@t-online.de www.weinzierl-waechter.de
  • ORGANIZED BY

    austrian arts sessions Phone: +43 650 8802855 office@austrian-arts-sessions.org www.austrian-arts-sessions.org

  • With the opening concert "Night of Percussion" the Austrian Percussion Camp starts, where great musicians and lecturers will be guests in the CMA Ossiach to teach Snare Drum, Mallets, Cajon, Frame Drum, Handpan, Drumset, Bodypercussion, Drumline, Songwriting and Choir. At the opening concerts the lecturers will introduct you into the world of percussion.

    ORGANIZED BY

    STUDIO PERCUSSION Graz Phone: +43 664 5242252 www.studiopercussion.com Further information available from March 15th.
  • ORGANIZED BY

    Studio Percussion Graz Phone: +43 664 5242252 office@studiopercussion.com www.studiopercussion.com

  • ORGANIZED BY

    CMA Ossiach office-ossiach@die-cma.at www.die-cma.at Tel.: +43 4243 / 45 594

  • ORANIZED BY

    CMA Ossiach office-ossiach@die-cma.at www.die-cma.at Tel.: +43 4243 45 594

  • 27.09.

    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.

  • 27.09. - 20.10.
  • The brass ensemble of the Berlin Philharmonics consists of 12 musicians who are playing mainly on German instruments.

    PROGRAM

    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.

  • 11.10.

    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.

  • 18.10.

    from € 19

    Detailed information

    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.

  • 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.

    PROGRAM

    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.
  • ORGANIZED BY

    Kärntner Blasmusikverband (KBV) Landeskapellmeister Christoph Vierbauch Tel.: +43 664 73633437 office@kbv.at www.kbv.at
  • 6.12.

    Ahoy, Saint Nicholas!

    Attention, children! Who says that Saint Nicholas always arrives with his sleigh? At the children's advent in Ossiach Saint Nicholas brings his presents by boat! So put on your warmest coat and greet Saint Nicholas with a loud "Ahooooooooy!".