This weekend, the focus was on classical music again at Schnopfhagen-Stadl Oberneukirchen.
The Society of Kultur-Werkstatt-Schnopfhagen invited the 14th Mühlviertel Classical Music Festival. Intendant Clemens Zeilinger carried the audience away with his program that “went all the way through the musical vegetable garden”. The classical music festival with the theme of “Dance – Sung – Play” has proven to be happening this year.
Slavic and Hungarian dances, Latin American tango, Scottish folk songs, as well as classical minuts and dances for four-handed piano, inspired guests and especially the many regular customers of the festival, as well as the relaxed and above all humorous moderation of artistic director Zilingers.
Italian pianist Luca Monti made his debut in Obernekirchen on Saturday. Claudia Goble has proven to be a reliable partner when it comes to music and emotions. She sang appropriate songs of folk dance character.
Soprano Claudia Goebel gave the traditional Sunday Concert with TrioVanBeethoven with Clemens Zeilinger (piano), Verina Storrs (violin) and Franz Ortner (cello).
The atmosphere at Schnopfhagen-Stadl once again demonstrated the unique appeal of this classical music festival in Oberneukirchen, and this year it was once again a comprehensive work of art consisting of music, cuisine and conviviality.
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