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As outstanding musicality must be safeguarded for the future, the Festival is very concerned about the support for rising young artists. Every year, young musicians from all over the world are chosen to participate in the Academy and form the international Moritzburg Festival Orchestra. Since the founding of the Moritzburg Festival Academy in 2006, young musicians have had the opportunity to intensely work on joint programs, introducing themselves to a broader audience in various concert formats. Mozart: Concerto for Flute, Harp and Orchestra in C major K 299 F. Launched in 2006, the Moritzburg Festival Academy under the direction of violinist enjoys a reputation as a place of excellence delivering focused musicality and inspirational creativity at their highest. Tschaikowski: String sextet in D minor op. The Moritzburg Festival, under the artistic direction of the cellist Jan Vogler, is one of the most significant chamber music festivals in the world.

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Moritzburg festival

All participants benefit from a full scholarship and from the guidance of internationally renowned festival soloists. A lively spirit of innovation, musical vitality and fascinating performance venues contribute to the unique atmosphere of the Moritzburg Festival. Launched in 2006, the Moritzburg Festival Academy under the direction of violinist Mira Wang enjoys a reputation as a place of excellence delivering focused musicality and inspirational creativity at their highest. Launched in 2006, the Moritzburg Festival Academy under the direction of violinist Mira Wang enjoys a reputation as a place of excellence delivering focused musicality and inspirational creativity at their highest. Beethoven: Triple Concerto in C major op. Internationally renowned Moritzburg Festival Artists work on chamber music with the participants in daily rehearsals.

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Events and Exhibitions

Moritzburg festival

Every year, young musicians from all over the world are chosen to participate in the Academy and form the international Moritzburg Festival Orchestra. Every year, young musicians from all over the world are chosen to participate in the Academy and form the international Moritzburg Festival Orchestra. The 2020 edition will take place 2-16 August 2020 at Moritzburg Castle in Germany. Beethoven: Piano trio in B flat major op. Sobre nosotros The Moritzburg Festival, under the artistic direction of the cellist Jan Vogler, is one of the most significant chamber music festivals in the world. Schumann: Symphony n°2 in C major op.

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Course: Moritzburg Festival Academy 2020

Moritzburg festival

The Academy is open to music students aged between 16 and 26 years in the following instrument groups: Strings; Woodwinds and Brass except Tuba ; Timpani only for orchestra ; and Piano for chamber music only. All participants benefit from a full scholarship and from the guidance of internationally renowned Festival soloists, who give an essential impulse to their artistic development in the idyllic setting of the Moritzburg Castle. Moritzburg Festival artists have successfully toured the Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York as well as a large number of European music metropoles such as Rome, Milan, Brussels, Berlin, Hamburg, Vienna, New York and Seoul. . Besides the orchestra performances, one highlight will thus be the Long Night of Chamber Music in the Lutheran Church of Moritzburg where the talented youngsters can present themselves in many different ensembles. The Moritzburg Festival, under the artistic direction of the cellist Jan Vogler, is one of the most significant chamber music festivals in the world.

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Moritzburg festival

Since 2001, tour and guest concerts have played an important role in keeping the Festival part of the international music scene all year long. Prokofiev: Symphony n°1 in D major p. Alongside orchestral work, chamber music plays an important role at the Academy as well. Every August, internationally renowned soloists and outstanding young artists from all over the world meet in Moritzburg near Dresden. Brahms: Concerto for Violin, Cello and Orchestra A minor Op.

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Moritzburg festival

All participants benefit from a full scholarship and from the guidance of internationally renowned Festival soloists who give an essential impulse to their artistic development in the idyllic setting of the Moritzburg Castle. All participants benefit from a full scholarship and from the guidance of internationally renowned Festival soloists, who give an essential impulse to their artistic development in the idyllic setting of the Moritzburg Castle. Surrounded by idyllic nature they work on new interpretations of chamber music pieces, presenting them in transitional ensembles which are unique and exclusive to the Moritzburg Festival. Yun: Duo for cello and harp J. . . .

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