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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Grafenegg, Autriche

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Sommerhitze statt Winterstürme: Wagner in Grafenegg

Jonas Kaufmann © Julian Hargreaves | Sony Classical
Ein lauer Konzertabend mit 100% Wagner und guter Besetzung des ersten Aufzugs der Walküre bescheren ein schöne Sommernacht im niederösterreichischen Grafenegg.

Diana Damrau almost dazzles at the Grafenegg Festival

Diana Damrau © Jürgen Frank
Diana Damrau performs Mozart and Strauss at the Grafenegg Festival, located about an hour’s drive from Vienna.

James MacMillan conducts Britten, Vaughan Williams and his own music at Grafenegg

The position of Composer in Residence at the Grafenegg festival may as well be called Composer-Conductor in Residence, as the appointments of Tan Dun, HK Gruber, and now James MacMillan have established a tradition whereby the lucky candidates are not only required to be intimately involved with the programming and preparation of their music, but also to stand in front of an orchestra and lead the

Grafenegg Festival: Christian Thielemann conducts Bruckner

The success of Grafenegg, a relative newcomer to the Austrian summer festival scene, lies in the timing: held in the last week of August and first week of September, the festival has become an additional tour date for international orchestras engaged at the BBC Proms and Salzburg and Lucerne festivals, as well as a stop for German orchestras looking to take their first concert of the new season on