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Strong female voices and freedom as themes of the Kremser Festival

Strong female voices and freedom as themes of the Kremser Festival

Nadia Kayaliwho will direct the Carinthian Summer Festival from next year, will be her The third and final edition of the event Organization at Klangraum Krems. Music and literature are meant to help us keep track Personal and political freedom Motivate.

Albert Hospe becomes the new artistic director of “Imago Dei”

In the Opening weekendMarch 9 and 10, will be available with Monday from Syrian community Teams from Sweden Kolo Soryuyo And The merger of Mesopotamia The opportunity to learn about Syria's ancient Christian and secular musical traditions, hear their connection to European songs and experience how new things emerge through encounters.

the Music company Under the leadership of Johannes Himtzberger he was cast in numerous projects. On March 22, the ensemble performs a moving concert of Nicholas Gerhalter's stunning film essay Homo Sapiens, Bach's St. Matthew Passion (March 29), and during Holy Week (March 25-29). Daily morning parties.

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The diverse, multi-part “A Musical Day in Krems” concludes the Imago Dei series on March 16.Nuances Poland“. Pianists and musicologists Kolja Lessing and Eliot Quartet from Germany will participate in the concert. There will also be a large space Strong female voices It was presented as part of the festival's “Imago Deae” focus.

This is how the party stands Internal unit band On March 23, under the slogan of the Iranian movement “Women-Life-Freedom“.Young composer Afamiya Al-Daiya He is writing a new work for the Platypus Ensemble's concert on March 15, in which a piece by Rebecca Saunders will also be performed.

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Elizabeth Nasky She will present one of her programs dedicated to children and all those with a poetic heart on March 17, “October 17.” the singer Natasha Mirkovic She created the big song with her multicultural women's choir GLAS, voice artist Tahira Noorani, qanun player Sofia Lapropulo, and cellist Aja Valcic. The closing ceremony is on Easter Monday (April 1).