It is the unique enthusiasm and dedication of the musicians who make the concerts of the Philharmonie Salzburg something special. With refreshingly new interpretations of classical masterpieces freed from the dust of the centuries, the Philharmonie Salzburg has been playing in the hearts of the audience for more than a decade. Chief Conductor and Founder Elisabeth Fuchs has succeeded in shaping a sound body with an unmistakable profile from the best musicians of the younger generation. Guest directors such as Isaac Karabtchevsky, Carlos Dominguez-Nieto, Bruno Weinmeister, Marco Boemi or Rémy Ballot, as well as soloists and actors such as David Orlofsky, Nikolai Tokarev, Olga Scheps, Stefan Arnold, Michael Kofler, Maria Bill, Cornelius Obonya or Iris also appreciate this quality Berben.
Classic without borders
Programmatically, the Philharmonie Salzburg uses unconventional programs, crossover projects (eg "Mozart goes Jazz", "Maria Bill sings Edith Piaf", "Symphonic Klezmer", "Tango pur with Quadro Nuevo") and performances of rarely performed works (eg Schmidt "The book with seven seals, amber" Mass ") accents. In addition, the orchestra plays with extraordinary passion film music, Best of Broadway or Symphonic Pop. Through the connection with other arts again and again unusual projects arise, for example, the Philharmonie Salzburg stood on the stage with a breakdance group or played live the soundtrack to silent films like "The New Babylon" or "Metropolis".
Classic with a future
A major concern of the Philharmonie Salzburg is to address as many people of all ages as possible and to inspire them for classical music. Each year, more than 30 family, children, student and apprentice concerts are held in the Concert Calendar of the Philharmonie Salzburg, which are designed for a young audience and at the same time provide the classics audience of the future.
Classic, the enthusiastic
Not only in the self-built concert cycle of the Philharmonie Salzburg, which now more than 600 subscribers visit, even at guest concerts audience and press are regularly rapt. For example, the orchestra performed at the Salzburg Festival, the Salzburg New Year's Concert in the Große Festspielhaus, the Tonhalle Düsseldorf, the Zollverein Essen, the Musica Riva Festival, the Brucknerhaus Linz or the Golden Hall of the Vienna Musikverein.