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Baden-Baden 2015-16  

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New season 2015/2016
Private Donations Support a First-Rate International Classical Music Programme
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Private Donations Support a First-Rate International Classical Music Programme.

The Festspielhaus Baden-Baden is proud to announce another world-class mix of opera, ballet and concerts for the 2015/2016 season. Presenting the new programme earlier today (18 March 2015), the venue’s Artistic Director Andreas M?lich-Zebhauser highlighted the great contribution made by private patrons who have taken the Festspielhaus and its artists into their hearts and whose generous donations by far exceed the amounts they would have to pay to attend opera or concert performances. “Being able to put on such an extensive programme of performances is not something that can be taken for granted. Therefore I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all our donors, members of the private foundation and sponsors,” Andreas M?lich-Zebhauser said. “Our audiences and patrons create the basis that allows us to develop our artistic concepts and invite prominent artists. In 2015, private patrons and sponsors are donating almost nine million euros to support the programme of the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden. Currently, financial support from private patrons makes up about three quarters of the total volume of donations, with the remaining quarter coming from corporate sponsoring.”
The Friends of the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden alone increased their membership by over 130 last year, making them one of the most important cultural charities in Germany with 1,600 members. “The high volume of private donations gives us hope that the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden will continue to be able to offer an attractive programme on an international level in the years to come,” said Andreas M?lich-Zebhauser. “We have to work year after year to secure our funding. The emotional commitment is greatest if I can win patrons for specific projects in the near future. Accordingly, putting the programme for an entire season on a solid financial basis is always a great challenge, and even more so when it comes to opera.”

Christine and Klaus-Michael Kühne join the Cultural Foundation

The private Festspielhaus Baden-Baden Cultural Foundation now has 27 members. At the press conference to present the new programme, Artistic Director Andreas M?lich-Zebhauser announced that the Hamburg-born entrepreneur Klaus-Michael Kühne, who lives in Switzerland, and his wife Christine have joined the Cultural Foundation. With their contribution, the couple want to ensure that the Festspielhaus continues to inspire and delight as many people as possible. In late 2014, the Dr. August Oetker AG company had been announced as the 26th member of the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden Cultural Foundation.

2015/2016: Wagner operas and high-profile debuts – a gala of outstanding calibre

Richard Wagner’s operas are once again going to be at the centre of attention in the 2015/2016 season. Artistic Director Andreas M?lich-Zebhauser has announced productions of both “Tristan and Isolde” and “The Valkyrie”. Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra are going to take on “Tristan and Isolde” for the 2016 Easter Festival in a coproduction with the Metropolitan Opera New York directed by Mariusz Trélinski, who already staged Tchaikovsky’s “Jolanthe” with Anna Netrebo in 2009. The concert-style performances of “The Valkyrie” (7 and 10 July 2016) will mark tenor Jonas Kaufmann’s European debut in the part of Siegmund.
Andreas M?lich-Zebhauser’s programme also contains several musical discoveries: with a production of Arrigo Boito’s opera “Mefistofele” for the 2016 Whitsun Festival featuring bass-baritone Erwin Schrott in the title role, conductor Stefan Soltesz, director Philipp Himmelmann and the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra will bring a small Baden-Baden “Faust” cycle to a close.
In cooperation with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and the “Opera Today” Academy of the Deutsche Bank Foundation, the Theater Baden-Baden will stage a new production of the Haydn opera “Il mondo della luna” (“The World on the Moon”) for the Easter Festival.
A rare production of the Vivaldi opera “La fida ninfa” in a concert-style performance directed by baroque expert Andrea Marcon will be among the genuine musical surprises of the new season.
The 2016 Baden-Baden Gala is set to wrap up an extraordinary opera season with no fewer than four of the world’s greatest opera singers: Anja Harteros, Elina Garanca, Jonas Kaufmann and Bryn Terfel, bringing a new “quadriga of superstars” to the Oos almost ten years after the legendary 2007 Baden-Baden Gala (22 and 24 July 2016).

Operatic voices from Anna Netrebko to Massimo Giordano

As well as the opera productions themselves, there are other treats in store for lovers of great operatic voices: the programme for the new season includes concerts by Anna Netrebko (20 February 2016) and Massimo Giordano (New Year’s Eve Gala 2015) as well as another chance to hear Olga Peretyatko (8 January 2016) and Klaus-Florian Vogt (31 October 2015).

The complete “Christmas Oratory” by John Neumeier

The ballet programme at the Festspielhaus is both versatile and international: John Neumeier will present his choreographed version of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Christmas Oratory” with the Hamburg Ballet in their first performance of the completed choreography outside Hamburg. The St. Petersburg Mariinsky Ballet will use its traditional guest slot at the Festspielhaus over the Christmas period to bring the ballets “The Hump-Backed Horse” and “Le Corsaire” to Baden-Baden for the first time. Other festive highlights include the ensemble’s performance of the ballet classic “Swan Lake” and its ballet gala.
One of the finest contemporary ballet companies in the world, the Nederlands Dans Theater, is set to return to Baden-Baden for a three-part dance performance on 9 and 10 April 2016, while on 17 and 18 June Les Ballets de Monte Carlo will present LAC as a contemporary take on Peter Tchaikovsky’s ballet “Swan Lake”.

High-calibre concert debuts

Highlights of the 2015/2016 concert season at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden include debuts by Yo-Yo Ma (cello), Pinchas Zuckerman (violin) and 90-year-old Menahem Pressler, whose performance at the 2014 New Year’s Eve concert of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra proved that it is never too late to start a solo career. Those artists feature in the programme alongside soloists of worldwide acclaim such as Anne-Sophie Mutter, Janine Jansen, Lisa Batiashvili, Sol Gabetta, Midori, Mitsuko Uchida, Lang Lang, Jordi Savall, Grigory Sokolov and Maurizio Pollini.

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and the 2016 Easter Festival

Since 2013 – if not before – the Festspielhaus has been a home away from home for the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra during the Easter Festival. In 2016, the orchestra will again play various concerts at the Festspielhaus and at other venues across Baden-Baden as part of the “Master Concerts” series, as well as the opera production “Tristan and Isolde”. The performances of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle on 21 and 27 March 2016 (Easter Sunday) are bound to be among the highlights. In other concerts, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra will accompany violinist Janine Jansen (Easter Saturday 2016) and the American cello player Yo-Yo Ma (20 March 2016). The orchestra’s “Musikfest” is scheduled for Maundy Thursday. The programme includes the Twelve Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and the National Youth Orchestra of Germany – playing with members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle. The Easter Festival programme includes numerous events revolving around the central theme of “Tristan and Isolde”, the “night of love”.

World-class orchestras in Baden-Baden

The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra are not the only world-class orchestra to come to Baden-Baden in 2015/2016. The programme also features performances by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the S?chsische Staatskappelle Dresden, the Gewandhaus Orchestra Leipzig, the orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre St Petersburg, the Budapest Festival Orchestra, the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra and the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Andreas M?lich-Zebhauser has invited acclaimed conductors including Christian Thielemann, Valery Gergiev, Yannick Nézet-Sèguin, Thomas Hengelbrock, Sir John Eliot Gardiner and Iván Fischer.

Music festivals for children and education programme

The programme for children and young people will again be an important part of the 2015/2016 season at the Festspielhaus, with special music festivals and concerts for children presented by Anke Engelke, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and “Rhythm is it!” pioneer Richard McNicol from the UK. The “Kolumbus – Klassik entdecken!” (“Columbus – Discovering Classical Music”) school project is still going strong in its 15th year.

New brochure – tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. on 23 March

The Artistic Director of the Festspielhaus, Andreas M?lich-Zebhauser, announced that the brochure for the 2015/2016 season will be sent out to visitors of the Festspielhaus in the next few days. Copies of the brochure can also be ordered free of charge from the Festspielhaus.

Festival Programme  http://www.festspielhaus.de/en/program/
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