A total of 700 military musicians from five nations rehearsed together for the first time on Monday in Klagenfurt’s Wörthersee Stadium. The training alone shows that the military music festival on Thursday will be a unique evening with goose bumps. Tickets are still available!
Whether it’s the music, marching formations or the joint drills: When the 700 soldiers from Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Montenegro and Oman march together onto the field in the Wörthersee Stadium, everything around comes to a standstill. The first large, joint rehearsal on Monday already shows that the various units are a well-rehearsed team. 1500 people are involved In order for the military music festival to take place on Thursday (7 p.m.), there are almost 800 people in addition to the 700 musicians (organizers , management staff, technicians, security forces and many helping military servants) on duty. Musical journey through several countries The musical repertoire is varied: in addition to the cultivation of classical marching music such as the “Great Austrian Tattoo”, the military bands present music for every taste. The spectrum ranges from rock and pop to sophisticated classical music. The guest stars Chris Steger – currently Grundwehrdiener-, star tenor Andreas Schager, whirlwind Melissa Naschenweng as well as the Slovenian and German-speaking choir “Jakob Petelin Gallus” and a youth choir from Klagenfurt complete the musical Travel through multiple states. Tickets are free!The tickets are free, but you can also do good and donate when making your reservation. Because all the money raised as part of the military music festival goes to light in the dark. Tickets are still available at musik.bundesheer.at!
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