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All set for the opening

All the preparations have been finalised to make the 5th edition of Klosters Music (29 July to 6 August 2023) a great success. Advance ticket sales are exceeding all expectations. 

An entire region is looking forward to the classical music festival, which presents eight symphony and chamber concerts, a cinema evening with live orchestra and an author reading, and for the first time a choir. Klosters Music celebrates masterpieces – especially in its anniversary edition. This year’s motto “Longing for Nature. Musical Landscapes” highlights the combination of first-class music and beautiful Alpine panorama that the audience experiences at this festival. The personal atmosphere of the concerts and the special surroundings play a significant part in ensuring that international classical music stars such as Sol Gabetta, Arabella Steinbacher and Sir András Schiff are happy to return.


Saturday, 29 July 2023, 7 pm, Concert Hall, Arena Klosters

At the opening concert on 29 July, Julie Fuchs returns after her acclaimed Händel recital in 2021 with an opera gala featuring arias by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Gioachino Rossini, accompanied by the Camerata Salzburg under Daniel Cohen. A programme tailor-made for them.

Julie Fuchs has already proven countless times that she can effortlessly reach the highest notes with her radiant soprano. However, the French singer also showed during a paragliding flight for Klosters Music with Justin Clark  (“the flying trombonist”), which included an interview, that she has no fear of heights away from the stage.

More information about the concert and ticket purchase can be found here.