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Engadin Festival - Opening concert


Engadin Festival - Opening concert

This year's Engadin Festival once again offers two summer weeks full of exceptional classical concerts.

Pilsen Philharmonic Orchestra Arabella Steinbacher, violin Jan Schultsz, conductor

Opening concert

Traditionally, the Engadin Festival opens with a festive orchestral concert conducted by festival director Jan Schultsz. The Pilsen Philharmonic Orchestra, which appointed Jan Schultsz as its first guest conductor last year, will be making a guest appearance for the third time. They are bringing Bedrich Smetana's masterpiece "My Fatherland" with the famous "Moldau" from their homeland. In the first part, Arabella Steinbacher, one of the leading soloists of our time, will return to the Engadin after five years to perform Korngold's voluptuous violin concerto.


Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897-1957):
Violin Concerto in D major op. 35

Bedřich Smetana (1824-1884):
from "Má Vlast" ("My Fatherland"): Vyšehrad - Vltava (The Moldau) - Šárka

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27. July 2024

Saturday | 27.07.2024

from 19:30
Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Rondo Pontresina, Pontresina
from CHF 60
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Via Maistra 12
St. Moritz