Saturday 7.8

10.10 – Kurpark Hitzacker (Elbe), Admission free
Ten Past Ten: Listening Garden Digital

Each morning you can listen to excerpts from the program booklets or thoughts on the festival's focus in a relaxed atmosphere by the Kneipp basin (in German language).
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Between 10.00 + 13.00 – Kunsthalle Oktogon, Hitzacker
Schubert.SPACE
Admission free, booking online necessary
About Schubert.SPACE
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11.11 – VERDO Concert Hall
Sir András Schiff – Piano and Moderation
Tickets online

Eleven Past Eleven: Audience Academy IV (held in German language)
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16.04 – VERDO Concert Hall
Voktett Hannover
Tickets online

Four Past Four: Vocal Ensemble – Contemporary and Baroque A capella Music

The Voktett Hannover is a mixed and double choir vocal ensemble of current and former students of the University of Music, Drama and Media Hannover. It presents contemporary and baroque a cappella music based on their latest CD on the theme "Faith - Crisis - Hope" – with four world premieres!
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18.06 – Kurpark Hitzacker (Elbe), Admission free
Six Past Six: Listening Garden Digital

Approximately one hour before the start of selected evening concerts you can listen to excerpts from the program booklets or thoughts on the festival's focus in a relaxed atmosphere by the Kneipp basin (in German language, repetition from the morning).
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19.07 – VERDO Concert Hall
Antje Weithaas – Violin
Oliver Wille – Violin
Volker Jacobsen – Viola
Maximilian Hornung – Cello
Callum Hay Jennings – Double Bass
Nicola Jürgensen – Clarinet
Stefan Schweigert – Bassoon
Tillmann Höfs – Horn
Tickets online

Seven Past Seven: On the Way to the Octet

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827): Septett Es-dur op. 20, 1. Adagio – Allegro con brio
Alfred Schnittke (1934–1998): Hymnus II für Violoncello und Kontrabass
Jörg Widmann (*1973): Duos für Violine und Violoncello
Richard Strauss (1864-1949)/Bearb. Franz Hasenöhrl (1885–1970): Till Eulenspiegel – einmal anders für Violine, Klarinette, Horn, Fagott und Kontrabass
Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928–2007): In Freundschaft, Viola und Klarinette
Ludwig van Beethoven: Duett mit zwei obligaten Augengläsern für Viola und Violoncello
Jörg Widmann: Oktett, 2. Menuett

When up to eight wonderful artists get together for a performance of Schubert’s famous F Major octet, it’s a great opportunity to add a bit more to the program. This first evening concert celebrates chamber music from three centuries, all the while with Schubert in mind.
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21.09 – VERDO Concert Hall
Antje Weithaas – Violin
Oliver Wille – Violin
Volker Jacobsen – Viola
Maximilian Hornung – Cello
Callum Hay Jennings – Double Bass
Nicola Jürgensen – Clarinet
Stefan Schweigert – Bassoon
Tillmann Höfs – Horn
Tickets online

Nine Past Nine: Schubert’s F Major Octet D 803

In a sense, Franz Schubert was carrying on the tradition of Beethoven’s septet with his richly shaded 1824 octet. But it turned out not to be simply entertaining music. Instead, it is a milestone of highly complex chamber music, on the path to symphonic music. While Schubert was still alive, the work was premiered by the legendary second Schuppanzigh Quartet at the Vienna Musikverein in 1827 – and the audience was promptly overwhelmed by its unusual length and intensity.

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