31. 03. 2023.
Semyon Bychkov and the Czech Philharmonic
Russian-born conductor Semyon Bychkov, who has led the Czech Philharmonic for five years and holds an honorary doctorate from the Royal Academy of Music, has a wide repertoire that spans four centuries, being equally at home in opera and the...More info
07. 04. 2023.
György Vashegyi with the Orfeo Orchestra and the Purcell Choir
One of the most influential figures of early 18th-century German religious poetry, Barthold Heinrich Brockes published The Story of Jesus, Suffering and Dying for the Sins of the World in 1712, and it went on to become the source for the libretto of...More info
08. 04. 2023.
Benjamin Appl and the Gabetta Consort
The Gabetta Consort brings a magnificent Bach programme to the Bartók Spring. The Swiss ensemble, which specializes in baroque music, was founded in 2019. Its leader, violinist Andrés Gabetta, carries on the approach he has taken in Cappella Gabetta...More info
16. 04. 2023.
Kristóf Baráti and the Philharmonia Orchestra
Finnish maestro Santtu-Matias Rouvali is chief conductor of the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra, and began his second year as principal conductor of the Philharmonia Orchestra in the 2022–2023 season,...More info