Classical & Operatic Getaways for Music Lovers
Discover our exceptional selection of not-to-miss musical spectacles. The most illustrious singers, orchestra conductors and directors – creating the perfect trifecta.
Captivating Audiences from Around the World
Opera has thrived for centuries and continues to captivate audiences around the world.
Your next musical getaway awaits. Enjoy luxurious hotels and imposing opera houses or even a musical cruise for a moment of total disconnection.
Easter Festival 2023: Tannhäuser
J. Kaufman, E. Garanca, A. Nelsons, G. Capuçon
Richard Wagner (1813-1883) - Romantic Opera in three acts
In 13th-century Germany, Tannhäuser, a minstrel, descends from the magical, sensuous world of the Venusberg to the human realm of the Wartburg, from which he had previously departed in disgrace, and is reunited with his former lover, the pious Elisabeth. In a song contest overseen by the Landgrave, Tannhaüser shocks the assembled company with his unspiritual concept of love. Going on a pilgrimage to Rome to seek absolution, he is told his cause is lost. However, Elisabeth’s suicide, and Tannhäuser’s reaction to it, offers redemption.
Die Walküre, Jonas Kaufman
Opera in three acts
Music and libretto by Richard Wagner
22 April - 24 April 2023
Hailed as “the world’s greatest tenor” by The Telegraph, Jonas Kaufmann has performed over 70 roles in the world’s leading opera houses. The New York Times has described him as having “clarion top notes, the blend of virility and tenderness in his singing,” and praised his “refined musicianship.”
Il Barbiere di Siviglia, La Traviata, Nabucco and Aïda
Arena di Verona
13 July - 17 July 2023
Extraordinary Festival for 2023 to celebrate the one hundredth Arena Opera Festival. This will be a genuine non-stop event to celebrate the most charming, fascinating, eclectic, and lasting performance art ever created by human intelligence: Opera.
Roméo et Juliette
14 July - 15 July 2023
Roméo et Juliette (Romeo and Juliet) is an opera in five acts by Charles Gounod to a French libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré.
Four love duets, a fiery waltz and luminous, lyrical music: the entire score seems to tremble with desire and freshness. Who better than Thomas Jolly, one of the most inventive directors of his generation, reputed for his audacious re‑readings of Shakespeare, to celebrate this hymn to youth?
A theatre created for a single composer: the Bayreuth Festival Theatre. With an auditorium in which his music unfolds like in no other theatre in the world. With no grandeur, reduced to the essential: to experience his works as a celebration. Connoisseurs, friends, sceptics – they all come to the green hill every summer to explore his legacy, away from the great centres of culture. Since 1876, when he first performed his “Ring des Nibelungen” as a cycle. Richard Wagner: visionary, utopian – his heritage remains alive here. At the most exciting musical theatre festival in the world.
The pinnacle of operatic fantasies, Wagner’s Ring Cycle is a titanic mythological epic, split into four parts.
The Bayreuth Festival
26 July – 1 August 2023
A Music Festival under Sails
22 October - 02 November 2023
Steinway Music Cruise for concert lovers to Southern Spain, Portugal and introduction to talented young virtuoso pianists.
The artists: Steinway pianists Martín García García, Jean-Michel Bernard, Helge Antoni, Tamana Tanaka, violist Cristina Cordero, Julian Trevelyan, the Silver Medal winner of the Horowitz Competition and expert Ulrich Gerhartz.
The stops: Trendy Málaga: As a modern cultural metropolis, Picasso’s birthplace attracts museums and street artists. Very British: the enclave of Gibraltar and its striking Monkey Rock. Passage up the Tagus: Enjoy breathtaking views of Lisbon. Lush flower island with a steep coastline: Explore Madeira’s inspiring nature and its mystical Levadas.
New Year's Concert 2023 with Franz Welser-Möst
30 December - 1 January 2024
Waltz time with a capital W at the legendary New Year’s Concert in Vienna, be delighted in the Golden Hall of the Musikverein by Franz Welser-Möst, one of the most influential conductors in the operatic and symphonic realms and the Wiener Philharmoniker (Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra) in this iconic event.
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