INA STOCK oboe
LUISA HÖFS violin
SOFIA FISCHER violin
MATHIAS FEGER viola
ANJA SCHRÖDER Violoncello
FRANCESCO SAVIGNANO violone
STEPHAN DREIZEHNTER Flauto traverso
KADRA DREIZEHNTER Harpsichord
In the first half of the 18th century, the Dresden court was considered one of the most glamorous in Europe. Especially under the aegis of Augustus the Strong, Baroque culture experienced a unique heyday, as the pompousness and need for representation of the Saxon elector was reflected in magnificent architecture, valuable art collections and bombastic court festivities. Music also played a major role as an important means of courtly representation. In this concert, highlights of the instrumental music of the Augustan age will be brought to life again - played on historical instruments by the Cappella Fluviale, an ensemble of the Duisburg Philharmonic Orchestra, and guests.
In cooperation with Concerto Köln
Photo: Mark WohlrabThis content has been machine translated.
Reduction possible, admission 30 min before concert starts