Masterpieces from the history of music
One theme, one weekend, many events: The patent of a certain Adolphe Sax from 1846 provides an opportunity for an all-round view this summer. The SIGNUM saxophone quartet as prizewinner in residence and its guests present the saxophone as an instrument with many faces.
Grand finale: no fewer than nine saxophones can be heard at once at the end of the afternoon when the SIGNUMs and Five Sax take to the podium together! Also present in the festival barn: festival prizewinner Harriet Krijgh on cello as well as Nicolas Haumann and Lukas Böhm on guitar and percussion. The audience will experience hits and masterpieces from across music history in a new line-up and with a brilliant sound. The absolute highlight: "Touch me, Babe" by The Doors. Izidor Leitinger, a close friend of the SIGNUMs, has arranged the hit for 9 saxophones, guitar and percussion and will be on stage as musical director.
This concert has limited wheelchair access