rousing - versatile - touching
The Philharmonie Salzburg was founded 1998 by conductor Elisabeth Fuchs and played himself in the hearts of the listeners from the beginning. The orchestra is sure of "music touches", and this is achieved through extraordinary programming and the contagious joy of the performers in making music.
The Philharmonie is versatile, She plays with top soloists such as Juan Diego Florez, Rolando Villazon, Olga Scheps, Nikolai Tokarev, Ferhan & Ferzan Önder, Pacho Flores, Andreas Martin Hofmeir or Benjamin Schmid, on the other grooving her from the world of jazz music with ECHO award winner Quadro Nuevo, Per Arne Glorvigen , Henry Threadgill, Reena Winters, Maria Bill or the Klazz Brothers and plays literary concert evenings with actor greats such as Iris Berben, Cornelius Obonya or Philipp Hochmair.
The Philharmonie Salzburg plays annually over 100 orchestral concerts He regularly performs in Salzburg's concert halls - the Salzburg Festival Hall, the Felsenreitschule Salzburg, the Mozarteum Hall and the Great University Hall.
The repertoire ranges from classical-romantic works to Igor Stravinsky, Benjamin Britten to John Adams and Arvo Pärt. In addition, the orchestra also thrills with cross projects such as Best of Hollywood, Broadway meets Hip Hop, The Next Level - Concert with DJs and Acrobats, Game Music meets Poetry Slam or Soul meets Classic.
Multiple guested the orchestra at the Salzburg Festival, Musica Riva Festival, Wiener Musikverein, Wiener Konzerthaus, Brucknerhaus Linz, Congress Center Villach, Kurhaus Wiesbaden and Tonhalle Düsseldorf, as well as in the major cities of China. In addition to classical-romantic concert evenings, the orchestra has set itself the task of setting strong accents in the audience development area.
Therefore, the orchestra offers in cooperation with the Children Festival many children, adolescents and families the entry into the classical world through interactive symphonic concerts and workshops. In addition, the orchestra was the initiator of the apprentice concerts at the Große Festspielhaus, which now inspire 4000 young people in Salzburg every year and also perform in Linz, Graz and Künzelsau.
The cheering in the concert hall confirms the concept