Opening of the summer campus

8/22/24 in Rostock

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The next dates:

  • Thursday, Aug 22, 202419:00 - 21:00 clock
Classical Music

Summer Campus lecturers give concerts

The opening of the Sommercampus 2024 will feature classical music greats: Festival prizewinner and cellist Daniel Müller-Schott, Lilit Grigoryan, Jamie Williams and other well-known musicians will present themselves as lecturers for this year's master classes in a joint public opening concert.
As a cooperation project between the Rostock University of Music and Performing Arts and the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, the Summer Campus offers music students the opportunity to play together with renowned lecturers and a professional orchestra. At the opening concert by the teachers in Rostock's Katharinensaal, the audience can expect an inspiring chamber music program that combines vocal pieces by Mendelssohn Bartholdy with instrumental works for piano, cello, bassoon, trombone and others by Schumann, Bach and Mozart.


Information
Combination discount available
10% discount when booking at least one other event in the "Sommercampus" series in Wismar with Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Bützow with Daniel Müller-Schott or Rostock at the end. The discount is automatically granted in the shopping cart of the ticket store.
This concert is wheelchair accessible

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Prices

Ticket types
Price category 1: €45.-
Price category 2: €35.-


Event dates
  • Thursday, Aug 22, 2024 19:00 - 21:00 clock
Event Location

Beim St.-Katharinenstift 8
18055 Rostock


Contact the organiser

Lindenstr. 1
19055 Schwerin


03855918585

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