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Heimat. My Homeland

Klosters Music 2021

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© Andrea Badrutt

Start of ticket sale  «Heimat. My Homeland»

The time has finally come again: Klosters Music starts the ticket pre-sale for the concerts from 31 July to 8 August. As you can see from the programme brochure and the homepage, our artistic director, David Whelton, has once again succeeded in designing and delivering a programme which offers outstanding quality and thrilling musical drama. Under the motto "Heimat. My Homeland" you will go on a journey to the musical cradle of Europe with outstanding orchestras, great soloists, wonderful voices and internationally renowned conductors and enjoy the charm of Bohemia in the 18th and 19th century.

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Julie Fuchs © Sarah Bouasse

Tuesday, 3 August: Splendid music and a great voice: Julie Fuchs

It is a great pleasure for us to welcome soprano Julie Fuchs, born in Meaux (F) in 1984, to Klosters for the first time this year. Together with the Zurich orchestra La Scintilla, the singer and studied violinist will bring elegant and dramatic arias by George Friedrich Handel and Antonio Vivaldi to the stage on the evening of 3 August. Fuchs, who served as a permanent member of the Zurich Opera House ensemble from 2013 to 2015, has been honoured with numerous prizes and awards throughout her career.

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Steven Isserlis © Satoshi Aoyagi

Saturday, 7 August: A moving concert and a sensitive cellist

Under the baton of the Russian conductor Maxim Emelyanychev, the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen and the British cellist Steven Isserlis will lead us through a special evening on 7 August: the concert will open with the overture from «The Bartered Bride» by Bedřich Smetana, while Antonin Dvořák's Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra in B minor will form the centrepiece of the evening. This evening of contrasts concludes with Johannes Brahms' Symphony No. 1 in C minor.

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