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3/14/2021 - 5:00 PM Uhr

Concert: "Ensemble Cordia"

Stefan Veggetti, director

J. S. Bach: Brandenburg Concerts I-VI, BWV 1046-1051

Since its foreign debut at the Wiener Konzerthaus, the Ensemble Cordia, based in Bruneck, has developed a lively concert activity outside of South Tyrol, including at the Wiener Konzerthaus, at the Leipzig Bach Festival and in Grenoble (in collaboration with Le musiciens de Louvre), Budapest, Gothenburg, at the Stresa Festival and in Utrecht.

The cellist and ensemble leader Stefano Veggetti gives concerts with many international musicians such as Bijlsma, Bernardini, Dantone, l’Archibudelli, Höbarth, van Immerseel. The ensemble has recorded CDs for "Nuova Era", Opus111, Accent. Since autumn 2016 Veggetti has been artistic director of the “Baroque Academy Göteborgs Symfoniker”. With specialists from Gothenburg and musicians from our region, he will realize a long-awaited project on March 14th in the Forum. The ensemble plays all 6 Brandenburg concerts by J. S. Bach. This is going to be exciting!

in collaboration with Musik Meran  

Entrance fees:
Adults € 15
reduced € 10 (members of the Brixen Musik & Pro Cultura cultural association, senior citizens, family pass)
reduced € 5 (children, young people and students as well as music teachers together with pupils)

Information & booking:

Organization: Kulturverein Brixen Musik

Ticket sales from Monday, March 1st:
Forum Brixen-Bressanone
Tel. 0472 275 588 (Mon-Fri 9am-12pm and Mon-Thu 2pm-4pm)

As the number of seats is limited, we recommend that you reserve your tickets for the concert early.

In order to avoid crowds, the tickets must be purchased before the concert in the Forum Brixen during office hours from March 1st.

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