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Guide to Classical Music, Opera and Dance in Switzerland

Whether you're interested in Basel, Geneva or Zurich, take a look at the Swiss homepage on Bachtrack. Here's the place to discover events in classical music, opera and dance in Switzerland.

April 2019
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BernCosì fan tutte

Mozart: Così fan tutte
Kevin John Edusei; Maximilian von Mayenburg; Stadttheater Bern; Christoph Schubiger; Marysol Del Castillo; Zsolt Czetner; Chor Konzert Theater Bern

LuganoHaydn, Beethoven

© Adriano Haitmann
Haydn, Beethoven
Orchestra Mozart; Bernard Haitink

ZürichHänsel und GretelNew production

Marina Prudenskaya (Witch) © T+T/Tanja Dorendorf
Humperdinck: Hänsel und Gretel
Markus Poschner; Robert Carsen; Zurich Opera; Fabio Luisi; Michael Richter; Gideon Davey


Boesmans: Reigen
Kevin John Edusei; Markus Bothe; Stadttheater Bern; Kathrin Frosch; Bern Symphony Orchestra

ZürichManonNew production

Piotr Beczała (Le Chevalier Des Grieux) und Elsa Dreisig (Manon Lescaut) © T+T Fotografie | Toni Suter
Massenet: Manon
Marco Armiliato; Floris Visser; Zurich Opera; Dieuweke van Reij; Elsa Dreisig; Piotr Beczała
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Haitink conducts Mozart and Bruckner in Lucerne

Bernard Haitink © Todd Rosenberg
A concert repertoire played by the fine Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bernard Haitink conducting, was a promising alliance for the last concert of this year’s Easter festival in Lucerne.
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Patrice Bart’s Giselle returns to Zurich

Yen Han (Giselle) © Carlos Quezada
Based on a story published by Heinrich Heine in 1834, Giselle has long stood as a front runner in the classical ballet canon.
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In Zurich, Leonidas Kavakos wears two hats

Leonidas Kavakos © Jan Olav Wedin
Greek violinist Leonidas Kavakos plays – and conducts – the Chamber Orchestra of Europe in works by Mozart, Schoeck and Beethoven.
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Believing in the music: Martin Fröst and the RSPO

Martin Fröst © Mats Bäcker
Works by Rolf Liebermann, Mozart and Mahler recently brought down the house at Zurich’s Tonhalle Maag, in no small part because of Martin Fröst’s illuminating performance.
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Zurich: Marco Goecke’s new age Nijinsky

Jan Casier (Nijinsky), W. Chen and R Mambelli (Two Petrushka Dancers) in Nijinsky © Carlos Quezada
Marking a century after Vaslav Nijinsky’s last solo performance, Marco Goecke’s ballet gives a new dynamic to the name and story of the legendary Polish-born Russian dancer.
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