Programme

26/10/2018 - 8:00 pm

Benjamin Beilman, Violine © Giorgia Bertazzi

Benjamin Beilman, Violin & Danae Dörken, Piano

Albrechtsberg Castle, Dresden

The celebrated American violinist Benjamin Beilman will make his edbut within the Moritzburg Meisterkonzerte-Series. In 2016 and 2018, he was a guest at the Moritzburg Festival where he enchanted the audience. benjamin will be accompanied by the young pianist Danae Dörken, praised by the Rheinische Post as a "Young Argerich".

35 € / 30 €

7/12/2018 - 8:00 pm

clair-obscur! © Boris Streubel

clair-obscur!

Albrechtsberg Castle, Dresden

The velvet sound of the clair-obscur!-saxophone quartet meets Dresden's most beautiful chamber music venue. The programme brings the subtle and sensitive tones of these wonderful instruments to life, a pre-christmas concert in its own guise!

Works from Rossini, Mozart, Saint-Saëns and more

35 € / 30 €

29/3/2019 - 8:00 pm

Horszowski Trio © Lisa-Marie Mazucco

Horszowski-Trio

Albrechtsberg Castle, Dresden

Jesse Mills, Violin
Raman Ramakrishnan, Cello
Rieko Aizawa, Piano

The Horszowski-Trio has been the best kept secret for the longest time: after hugely successful concert tours through South East Asia, the trio's elegant expression and smooth sound can now be experienced for the first time in Europe. We are not sure who is more excited for their European debut to be in Dresden - our audience or the three musicians from New York?

Works from Schumann, Carter and Shostakovich

35 € / 30 €

12/4/2019 - 8:00 pm

Lutosławski-Quartet © Lukasz Rajchert

Lutosławski-Quartet

Albrechtsberg Castle, Dresden

Bartosz Woroch, Violin
Marcin Markowicz, Violin
Artur Rozmysłowicz, Viola
Maciej Młodawski, Cello

The artists from Dresden's sister city Wrocław established themselves as one of the most prominent Polish string quartets which performs in distinguished concert halls all over the world. The four musicians return with works from the classical period and the 19th century to Dresden - a city which is closely conncted to their home through culture and history. 

Works from Haydn, Markowicz and Beethoven

30 € / 35 €

9/6/2019 - 8:00 pm

Andrea Lucchesini, Piano © privat

Piano Recital: Andrea Lucchesini

Albrechtsberg Castle, Dresden

The Italian pianist already collaborated with the most renowned conductors pf tje present day and is known for his Beethoven, Chopin and Berio recordings. Being the Artistic Director of the chamber music festival Florence, he will now visit his colleague Jan Vogler in the wonderful "Elbflorence" with a programme inspired by bella italia.

Works from Scarlatti, Berio and Schubert

30 € / 35 €

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