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Resonanzen

 

»Apocalypse« – a classic example of how a seemingly harmless Greek word meaning »uncovering« or »revelation« can take on some of the most hair-raising eschatological connotations. What plagues, irrational fears and religious hallucinations aren't automatically conjured up by the word, what terrors does it not evoke, revealing the very darkest aspects of human nature? Dramatic musicalisations of the countless bloodthirsty atrocities which the Old Testament is so full of provide the framework for our »nouvelle noir« on man's preoccupation with himself. And in between, you will find a wealth of assassinations, »Holy Crusades«, revolutions and mystic »Séancen«. Catastrophes and their very many different interpretations are the dominant theme of the latest edition of the Resonanzen. And once again, the festival brings together the crème de la crème of the early music scene, with names such as the Huelgas Ensemble, Concerto Copenhagen and Collegium 1704, as well as the ensembles Phantasm und Micrologus.

Events in this series

16
SaturdaySAT 16 January 2016

Concerto Copenhagen / Mortensen
»Händel: Israel in Egypt«

Saturday 16 January 2016
07.30 PM
Großer Saal
17
SundaySUN 17 January 2016

Collegium 1704 / Luks

Sunday 17 January 2016
07.30 PM
Großer Saal
18
MondayMON 18 January 2016

I Turchini di Antoni Florio

Monday 18 January 2016
07.30 PM
Mozart-Saal
19
TuesdayTUE 19 January 2016

Huelgas Ensemble / Nevel

Tuesday 19 January 2016
07.30 PM
Mozart-Saal
20
WednesdayWED 20 January 2016

Phantasm

Wednesday 20 January 2016
07.30 PM
Mozart-Saal
21
ThursdayTHU 21 January 2016

Ensemble Leones / La Mouvance

Thursday 21 January 2016
07.30 PM
Mozart-Saal
21
ThursdayTHU 21 January 2016

Christian Muthspiel Quartett
»Seaven Teares, a tribute to John Dowland«

Thursday 21 January 2016
09.30 PM
Berio-Saal
22
FridayFRI 22 January 2016

Austrian Baroque Company / Oman

Friday 22 January 2016
07.30 PM
Mozart-Saal
23
SaturdaySAT 23 January 2016

Ensemble Micrologus / Bovi

Saturday 23 January 2016
07.30 PM
Mozart-Saal
23
SaturdaySAT 23 January 2016

Nachtkonzert: Patrizia Bovi

Saturday 23 January 2016
10.00 PM
Mozart-Saal
24
SundaySUN 24 January 2016

Voces8

Sunday 24 January 2016
11.00 AM
Mozart-Saal
24
SundaySUN 24 January 2016

Cappella Mediterranea / García Alarcón
»Falvetti: Il diluvio universale«

Sunday 24 January 2016
07.30 PM
Großer Saal

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