Fête Baroque – Baltic Sea Philharmonic PUBLIC VIEWING29.06.2019 | 20:00
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.
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