The Raab & Böhm Festival Summer

Maria Ioudenitch is delighted to present two exquisite Mozart chamber music recitals with Jérémie Moureau at the Rhein-gau Music Festival. Xavier de Maistre and the Quatour Hermès present a summery Italian-French program at the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival. Julia Hagen will be performing in Berlin this summer, both as an orchestral soloist at Young Euro Classics and with a beautiful chamber music program with Isabelle Faust at the Musikfest. 

Both our artists and touring orchestras are present at the Grafenegg Festival: The summer starts with Jonathan Bloxham / Tonkünstler Niederösterreich and Dennis Russell Davies / Filharmonie Brno, followed by Kammerorchester Wien – Berlin together with Rudolf Buchbinder, Bayreuther Festspielorchester / Pablo Heras Casado, hr-Sinfonieorchester / Alain Altinoglu, as well as Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden / Daniele Gatti, with whom we will continue the tour to Merano, Verona, and Frankfurt. 

Another guest in Grafenegg is the Filarmonica della Scala, who will on its festival tour from 28 August to 2 September 2024 under Riccardo Chailly also be visiting the Quincena Musical in San Sebastián, the Festival Santander, the Musikfest Berlin, the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival and the festival in Ljubljana. 

The Czech Philharmonic will – under the baton of Jakub Hrůša – perform on 23 August 2024 at the Lucerne Festival, where Julia Hagen will make her debut with the Wiener Philharmoniker under Christian Thielemann's baton. 

With “The Idiot” by Mieczysław Weinberg this year's Salzburg Festival undoubtedly presents one of the most exciting new productions. It will be conducted by Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla, who has championed the work of this extraordinary composer for many years and directed by Krzysztof Warlikowski. Also appearing at the Salzburg Festival this summer are Ivor Bolton (Mozart matinee), a regular guest there, and Julia Hagen (chamber concert). 

Yi-Chen Lin will be conducting at the Bregenz Festival for the third year running. After two successful “Butterfly”-series she will now lead a new production of Rossini’s “Tancredi”. Giedrė Šlekytė returns to the Wiener Symphoniker for a concert with Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 1.