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Concert - Adult
aged from 16
29,00 €
Concert - Child
aged under 16
0,00 €
Concert - Concessions
Students (16+), trainees (Azubis), FSJ/BFD, people on unemployment benefits (ALG I+II recipients), BN holders, people with severe disabilities (GdB 50+, age 16+)*
15,00 €
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Please select your tickets first. Then you can select the available dates (see overview above). If one of the mentioned dates does not appear after the ticket selection, it is sold out.

Admission from 6.15 PM via Tierpark's entrance "Schloss". Concert starts at 7.00 PM. On the concert evenings, the car park at the Tierpark's entrance "Schloss" can be used (subject to a charge).

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After purchase you will receive your tickets by e-mail (can be presented digitally). The tickets are only valid for the concert on the selected date. Booked tickets are excluded from cancellation and/or exchange.

Children under 12 years of age and any visitors who lack the necessary maturity or require permanent supervision due to a mental and/or physical condition must be accompanied and supervised on the premises at all times by an adult chaperone.

* Only valid in combination with a corresponding proof. The proof must be personalized, given a (valid) validity and issued by an official authority/institution (not digital). The proof will be checked at the admission checkers - please have it ready along with a photo ID.

Concert details (concert starts at 7.00 PM, admission from 6.15 PM):


February 08, 2024

Wind trio – Trio Roseau

Works by Mozart, Beethoven, Schäfer and Piazzolla

Mozart's operas for oboe, clarinet and bassoon - this has become the trademark of the multi-award-winning ensemble. "The Trio Roseau simply harmonises fantastically. It serves up Mozart's lustful esprit with tastefully dosed virtuoso fire", says the specialist magazine FonoForum in praise of Rachel Frost, oboe, Ulf-Guido Schäfer, clarinet and Malte Refardt, bassoon.


February 22, 2024

Song recital – Dorothe Ingenfeld & Katrin Dasch

Works by Purcell, Mozart, Schumann, Brahms, Schubert, Cornelius, Strauss, Schoeck and Britten

Dorothe Ingenfeld, mezzo-soprano, studied with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, among others. In 2017, she released her solo song CD "Von Müttern und Töchtern" with Katrin Dasch and Anita Keller and now her new programme "Von Trauer und Trost".

Katrin Dasch, piano, developed "Annettes DaschSalon", a format between song recital and talk show, together with Annette Dasch and Ulrich Naudé at Radialsystem V Berlin in 2008, later followed by broadcasts on ZDF-Theaterkanal and 3sat.

 

March 07, 2024

Piano recital – Caspar Frantz

Works by Beethoven, Schumann a.o.

The German pianist and university teacher Caspar Frantz was born in Kiel in 1980. He received his musical training in the soloist class of Prof Matthias Kirschnereit at the HMT Rostock and in chamber music studies with Prof Eberhard Feltz at the HfM "Hanns Eisler" Berlin. Since his debut at the Rheingau Music Festival, Caspar Frantz has performed in Germany and abroad, for example at the festivals in Ravinia, Septembre Musical Montreux, Festival de Pollenca, Beethovenfest Bonn, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival and the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival. The nephew of pianist and conductor Justus Frantz is now one of the most interesting pianists of his generation.

 

March 21, 2024

Duo violin and piano– Avigail Bushakevitz & Han-Wen Jennifer Yu

Works by Debussy, Clara Schumann and Enescu

Born in Israel, grew up in South Africa. Avigail Bushakevitz, violin, studied at the Julliard School in New York, in Tel Aviv and at the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin. She has won violin competitions in Israel, Spain and South Africa and performs regularly as a soloist with all of South Africa's major symphony orchestras.

Taiwan-born Han-Wen Yu, piano, is described by Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg as "a discovery, a highly talented accompanist and a sure support!"

 

April 04, 2024

Chanson evening "Barbara" – Karolina Petrova & Hans-Richard Ludewig

Memories of the French singer in lyrics and chansons

Together with her pianist Hans-Richard Ludewig, Karolina Petrova has succeeded in creating a sensitive portrait of Barbara, in which she uses texts and chansons, sung in French and German, to show the many facets of this personality. A sensual evening that touches, beguiles, moves and takes you into a world full of melancholy, stubbornness and beauty. Into the world of Barbara.

 

April 18, 2024

String quartet – Elaia Quartett

Works by Haydn, Schostakowitsch and Brahms

The young, up-and-coming Elaia Quartet, which is celebrated for its expressive and captivating music-making, has already performed at major international festivals.

In addition to other awards and engagements, it won a scholarship in the final of the German Music Competition 2022 and was accepted into the German Music Council's concert funding programme, which means the musicians can now be heard in many concert series throughout Germany.