Su guía de festivales de música clásica y de ópera 2016-2017

Nuestra guía 2016 - 2017 de festivales de música clásica y ópera es el lugar perfecto para encontrar las programaciones de los mejores festivales en Reino Unido, Europa y alrededor del mundo. Tanto si está interesado en festivales como los BBC Proms, festivales de ópera en preciosos castillos o pequeños e íntimos festivales de música de cámara, ¡los tenemos todos!
FEATURED FESTIVALS
Kilkenny Arts Festival
August 11 - 20 2017
Glyndebourne Festival
May 20 - Aug. 26 2017
Savonlinna Opera Festival
July 7 - Aug. 4 2017
BBC Proms
July 14 - September 9 2017
BRQ Vantaa Festival
August 6 - 13 2017
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ARTICLES

Viajes: el Festival BRQ de Vantaa 2017

Markku Luolajan-Mikkola, director artístico del Festival BRQ de Vantaa, nos presenta la edición de 2017; David nos detalla qué hacer y qué visitar en Vantaa y Helsinki.

“Unusual": the 45th Istanbul Music Festival

Now in its 45th year, the Istanbul Music Festival embraces and celebrates an extraordinary city, bringing together Turkey’s musical heritage with music from around the world.

Guía de festivales de ópera 2017

¿Ópera con las estrellas o bajo las estrellas? ¿Casas de campo y pícnics o repertorio poco común en salas pequeñas? Nuestra guía de festivales de ópera 2017 ofrece algo para todo el mundo

Giovanni Antonini takes the reins at Wratislavia Cantans Festival

Giovanni Antonini's latest challenge is the Artistic Directorship of the Wratislavia Cantans Festival in Wrocław Poland, intending to raise its profile on the European scene.

BA…CHopin and his Europe international festival 2017

For nearly three weeks in August, renowned international performers and rising stars take to the stage to play the music of Bach and Chopin, and much, much more in this the thirteenth edition of the Chopin and his Europe International Festival, presented by the Fryderyk Chopin Institute in Warsaw.

Jonathan Crow takes the reins in Toronto

This year’s edition of the Toronto Summer Music (TSM) marks two milestones: along with a celebration of Canada’s Sesquicentennial, it will inaugurate Jonathan Crow’s tenure as new Artistic Director. Crow, 40, is an internationally acclaimed violinist who has served as concertmaster of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra since 2011.
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Postcard from Wrocław

The hardest task facing foreign visitors to the fascinating Polish city of Wrocław is how to pronounce it. 

Postcard from Valldemossa, Majorca

The site of Chopin and George Sand's unhappy winter – still containing Chopin's Pleyel "pianino" – makes for a delightful short visit.

Postcard from St Petersburg

With great music, exceptional palaces and unique architecture, if you have any pretensions to knowing the great cities of the world, Saint Petersburg just has to be on your bucket list.
REVIEWS
Savonlinna

McVicar 's Rigoletto travels to the Savonlinna Festival

David McVicar's production may divide audiences with its no holds barred approach to the debauchery of the court of Mantua, but is well worth seeing for the Gilda of Tuuli Takala.
Savonlinna

“Amid the black water": a sensational new work from Aulis Sallinen at the Savonlinna Festival

The Castle in the Water, Sallinen's new “chronicle”, is a new work of innovative beauty. Tragic, comic and epic, in seventy-five minutes it tells the history of Olavinlinna and gives a snap-shot of those connected to it.
Savonlinna

A concert of two choirs at Savonlinna

The Savonlinna Opera Festival took a break from the stage and brought in the YL Male Voice Choir and the Tapiola Choir for a concert of Finnish choral music.
Katonah

Bellini's Il pirata docks at Caramoor

Under Will Crutchfield’s direction the festival has focused on the rediscovery of forgotten 19th-century Italian works and celebrates the legacy of the bel canto era. 
Buxton

For teenage kicks: Mozart's Lucio Silla at Buxton International Festival

The fashion for reviving Mozart's teenage operas brings a vocally dazzling production of Lucio Silla to Buxton, nevertheless hampered by the work's own lack of believable drama and some fairly flat staging. 
Buxton

Fresh peaches of temptation

A period-perfect Albert Herring from Francis Matthews for Buxton International Festival takes time to settle into its stride, but provides plenty of laughs along the way. 
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