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Klosters Music 2024

Begegnungen. People and Places

Saturday, 27 July to Sunday, 4 August

Advance ticket sales with seat-specific booking are now open.

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Jan Lisiecki, © Christoph Köstlin/Deutsche Grammophone; Alina Ibragimova, © Joss McKinley ; Ben Goldscheider, © Kaupo Kikkas; Thomas Hampson, © Lukas Beck

Musical splendour – Klosters in summer: “The place to be”

The numerous advance ticket reservations are raising high expectations. Advance sales have now started for the sixth edition of Klosters Music (27 July – 4 August 2024). This summer, the classical music festival will once again bring together important symphonic music with first-class performers.

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«Music unlimited» meets «Sports unlimited» with Maurice Steger

Recorder player and conductor Maurice Steger skis just as swiftly and skilfully as he plays the recorder! Franziska von Arb was on the slopes of Klosters with him - the result is a delightful conversation about the connection between nature, sport and music. And a recorder intermezzo couldn't be missed either.

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Series: Places in music (2)

Musicologist Georg Rudiger presents some of the places that are important for certain works performed in Klosters: this time the Karelia Suite op. 11 by Jean Sibelius. Karelia is a historical landscape in north-east Europe between the Baltic Sea and the White Sea with 25,000 rivers and 60,000 lakes, which has always been divided between Sweden, Russia and Finland.

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