Music in 24 monuments and gems
Created: 08/09/2022 17:02
By: Andrea Graepel
Young talent: Florian Wagner was born in Munich in 2006 and began taking accordion lessons at the age of seven.
© Ammer Serenade
Invitation to the seventh house and court chapel day on August 28th - four routes.
– After two years of the pandemic, the organizers of the Ammerseerenaden have managed to get at least one day of open house and court bands back on their feet for Sunday, August 28th.
It has become a dear tradition to start the music festival around the Ammersee.
This year, however, this is limited to one concert, the so-called "Liberation Concert" in St. Ottilien on September 1st.
The fourth edition of this further series features Isabelle Faust and Antoine Tamestit and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra.
Organizer Doris Pospischil is happy and relieved to be able to invite at least on these two days in the hope of being able to present the festival in the usual setting next year.
So this year the House and Court Orchestra Day only heralds the concert in St. Ottilien.
"On the way between heaven and lake" is the title of the music that will be heard on Sunday, August 28th, in 24 monuments and gems around the lake.
The President of the State Parliament, Ilse Aigner, has again taken over the patronage.
It's the seventh chapel day, which as usual is divided into four routes - north, east, south and west - and, weather permitting, invites you to cycle from concert to concert.
And the organizers have again succeeded in winning exquisite ensembles for this day.
Music from all over the world can also be heard on the east bank (east route) and in Dießen (south route).
Admission to all concerts is free, the collection of baskets will be used to maintain the chapel.
Schondorf, St. Jakob, 11 a.m.: Kaunas String Quartet from Lithuania;
Hechenwang, St. Martin, 12 p.m.: Lea and Luke, world of jazz;
Greifenberg, Schlosskapelle, 1.30 p.m.: Rudolf Wastl-Mayrhofer and Irmgard Mayrhofer with classical guitar and lecture;
Greifenberg, Herrgottsruhkapelle, 2.30 p.m.: Beurer Quartet & Choralschola Greifenberg;
Eching, St. Sebastian, 4 p.m.: Siso Hagen (vocals), Hanns C. Müller (author) and Oliver C. Grüner (painter);
St. Ottilien, Ottilienkapelle, 4 p.m.: “The Voice Improver”, Christine Vetter (opera singer) and Brigitte Heigenhuber (piano).
Aidenried, Hofkapelle Maria Schnee, 12 p.m.: Duo Millefleurs, saxophone and piano;
Herrsching, St. Martin, 1 p.m.: Silvia Berchtold, Anna Kiskachi, recorder and harpsichord;
Rausch, Hofkapelle Mariens Mammal, 2 p.m.: house music SaitenRausch;
Breitbrunn, St. Johannes Baptist, 3 p.m.: Katharina Gruber (vocals), Christian Gruber (guitar), jazz, chanson and folk;
Schlagenhofen, Chapel of St. Michael, 4 p.m.: Michail Leontchik, cimbalom/dulcimer;
Buch, Dreifaltigkeit village chapel, 5 p.m.: Voice of Nature, the yodel duo.
Dettenschwang, Maria Einsiedel chapel, 11 a.m.: Gabriele O'grissek, Celtic harp;
St. Georgen, Hofkapelle zum Auferstandenen Savior, 12.30 p.m., string streets music, diatonic harmonica, tuba and guitar;
Dießen, Evangelische Friedenskirche, 1.30 p.m.: Duo Millefleurs;
Raisting, St. Johann auf Heiligenstätten, 2.30 p.m.: Live Loop Solo, Christoph Garbe (vocals);
Romenthal, Gutskapelle St. Anna, 4 p.m.: Florian Wagner (16), accordion;
St. Alban, monastery church, 5 p.m.: Silvia Berchtold, Anna Kiskachi.
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Bierdorf, Chapel of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary, 11 a.m.: Katharina Gruber, Christian Gruber;
Riederau, Hofkapelle Maria Hilf, 12 noon: Milton Sanchez, Andean harp;
Rieden, Hofkapelle St. Georg, 1 p.m.: Duo Fagotti Parlandi, classical music and jazz;
Utting, St. Leonhardi, 2 p.m.: TriAux, two clarinets, one bassoon;
Oberfinning, Chapel St. Sebastian, 3.30 p.m.: Laura Lootend classical guitar;
Steinebach, Franziskuskapelle, 5 p.m.: Klaus Steppberger (tenor), Beate Walter-Miller (piano).
The detailed program is available digitally in a 54-page booklet on the Internet at www.ammerseerenade.de.