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Konzertverein Isartal: Top-class program and discounted tickets

2022-11-30T11:04:40.536Z

Konzertverein Isartal: Top-class program and discounted tickets Created: 11/30/2022, 11:55 am By: Andrea Weber Beat the drum for classical music: (from left) Dr. Wolfgang Lackner, Henri Bonamy, Dr, Markus Legner, Ruth Lackner and Ilse Wagner from the Konzertverein Isartal. © Sabine Hermsdorf-Hiss The Wolfratshauser Konzertverein presents its new subscription program. Young people are to be ent



Konzertverein Isartal: Top-class program and discounted tickets

Created: 11/30/2022, 11:55 am

By: Andrea Weber

Beat the drum for classical music: (from left) Dr.

Wolfgang Lackner, Henri Bonamy, Dr, Markus Legner, Ruth Lackner and Ilse Wagner from the Konzertverein Isartal.

© Sabine Hermsdorf-Hiss

The Wolfratshauser Konzertverein presents its new subscription program.

Young people are to be enthusiastic about classical music with cheap tickets.

Wolfratshausen – After the difficult Corona years with bans on rehearsals and performances, it was unclear whether and how the Isartal Philharmonic Orchestra could continue.

But for the first rehearsal all the musicians were back.

Eight concerts as part of “Pure Classic!

Im Isartal" took place this year, including the event for the 30th anniversary of the Konzertverein Isartal, which was postponed due to corona.

"It was a tour de force," recalls Chairman Dr.

Markus Legner.

Now the members of the Executive Board have presented the new program for 2023.

Philharmonic Orchestra Isartal: New program and discounted tickets

The philharmonic orchestra with exclusively honorary amateur musicians from the region is unique in the Oberland.

"The times aren't easy for us, but we won't let that get us down," said Legner.

“Thanks to the support of the city of Wolfratshausen, the district of Upper Bavaria and the regional sponsors, it is possible that we still exist.” The board members, with conductor Henri Bonamy, got straight to the point.

The new 2023 program includes top-class professional soloists and chamber ensembles, thanks to good contacts with the Munich Music Academy.

Special highlights: In February, conductor Bonamy will sit at the piano in person at Ludwig van Beethoven's 3rd Piano Concerto.

That is a novelty.

The world pianist Eldar Nebolsin comes to Wolfratshausen in May,

You can read all the news from Wolfratshausen here.

Ticket for people under 30: "Would like to attract young people to classical music"

The chairmen are grateful for the numerous members who have kept the club going during the difficult Corona years.

"But unfortunately we are seeing a small drop in subscribers," says Secretary Ruth Lackner.

But they are particularly important for the club.

"Thanks to the subscribers, we can calculate more precisely financially." The subscription for six events costs 120 euros.

For the first time there will be a half price ticket for under 30s.

"We want to attract young people to classical music," says Legner.

The last concert:

this year will take place on Saturday, December 3rd, from 7.30 p.m. in the Loisachhalle.

World trombonist György Gyivicsán presents the Schumann Overture, the David Trombone Concerto and the Bruckner Symphony “Zero” with the Isartal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Henri Bonamy.

By the way: everything from the region is also available in our regular Wolfratshausen-Geretsried newsletter.

Source: merkur

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