Concert flights of fancy are part of the good manners at the Taggenbrunn Festival. Boundaries are being expanded with SIGNUM and Franui, “Krone” readers benefit in particular!
Four men in black? That makes some cineastes think of the science fiction comedy. As a visitor, you also have extraterrestrial encounters when the SIGNUM Saxophone Quartet catapults its audience into the most diverse (musical) worlds and plays classical music, jazz, Latin American rhythms or Balkan beats so weightlessly that it borders on sound magic.3. and 7 June at Taggenbrunn Exceptional arrangements, virtuoso joy of playing, sensitive interpretations and the variety of colors and sounds do the rest to join in the enthusiasm that the quartet, founded in Cologne in 2006, arouses around the world up to Carnegie Hall. For Carinthia, Blaž Kemperle, Jacopo Taddei, Alan Lužar and Guerino Bellarosa have pianist Kai Schumacher at their side to explore the night with its many facets on June 3 (8 p.m.) at Taggenbrunn Castle under the title “Goldberg Nights”. The East Tyrolean Musicbanda Franui from Innervillgraten doesn’t keep much of fixed musical boundaries either. Anyone who sees themselves as a “transformer between classical, folk music, jazz and contemporary chamber music” cannot be pigeonholed. How the ten-piece formation around Andreas Schett energizes your hearing with wood, brass, strings and bowed instruments can be experienced at Taggenbrunn on June 7 (8 p.m.) at the “Serenade of Things”. That for it songs by Schubert, Brahms and Mahler are celebrated in the classic way, musically painted over and thought through in a Franconian way, brought in the “Annual Award of the German Record Critics”.25 percent discountThe 25 percent discount for “Krone” BonusCard holders with an accompanying person on all Taggenbrunn spring concerts (kronebenefitsworld.at /taggenbrunn). Info: taggenbrunner-festspiele.at
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