SCHLOSS ELMAU Events Calendar

The Schloss Elmau Experience Since more than 100 years concerts & talks with great artists & authors on the pulse of time. Tickets for hotel guests are included in the resort fee.

General information

Dear concert guests,
For hotel guests of Schloss Elmau, admission to all cultural events is included in the resort fee. You can register for the events online via “Book seats” here in the cultural calendar, by phone on +49 8823 18 260 or by text message to +49 1733 1122 77.
Permanent Residents of the region within a radius of 80 km (driving distance) are welcome to purchase tickets, subject to availability (hotels, guesthouses or vacation rentals do not count as a permanent address). Tickets can be purchased online via "Book seats" here in the cultural calendar.
Your culture office team

  • Thursday

    25 Jul

    2024

    Photo: Universal Pictures
    ©
    Cinema in the concert hall

    Movies of the year:
    “Oppenheimer“
    Why you must attend this event:
    Oscar winner in seven categories

    Director: Christopher Nolan, USA 2023, English with German subtitles
    With: Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr. et al.

    TRAILER (German)

    Director Christopher Nolan's latest film has won seven Oscars and takes the viewer into the mind of physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, whose groundbreaking work on the Manhattan Project produced the first atomic bomb.

  • Saturday

    27 Jul

    2024

    Photo: African Guild
    ©
    World

    Sona Jobarteh
    & Band
    Why you must attend this concert:
    Sona Jobarteh – the voice of Gambia and the first internationally recognised female kora player



    LISTEN IN HERE

    The Kora is a West African harp instrument with 21 strings, traditionally played by men. Sona Jobarteh has broken this old rule! She plays the kora standing up and demonstrates her complex musical skills on stage as the front woman of her own band. In her compositions she uniquely combines the influences of modern music with traditional African music and thus remains connected to the roots of her homeland..

  • Tuesday

    30 Jul

    2024

    Photo: Sebastian Reiter
    ©
    Techno-Jazz

    Jazzrausch Bigband
    Ensemble in Residence 2024 @ Schloss Elmau
    „Mahler's Breakdown“
    Why you must attend this concert:
    Jazz meets techno meets big band! Intense grooves and energetic rhythms invite you to dance

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    The Jazzrausch Bigband has become famous for its explosive mix of big band jazz and technoid rhythms. It is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year and is presenting a total of ten different programmes at Schloss Elmau as Ensemble in Residence 2024. On this concert evening, the band has dedicated itself to Gustav Mahler's 5th Symphony, which Mahler himself struggled with for a long time: "My 5th Symphony is a cursed work. Nobody understands it," the composer complained. He couldn't yet think of the obvious solution: "It was written for techno big bands, although they didn't even exist back then," says Jazzrausch Big Band founder Roman Sladek with a twinkle in his eye.

    Further concert dates: Thu 3 October, Sat, 5 October, Sat 28 December

  • Thursday

    1 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Amac Garbe, Rowohlt Berlin
    ©
    Book presentation

    Marina Münkler
    „Anbruch der neuen Zeit – Das dramatische 16. Jahrhundert“ Warum Sie diese Veranstaltung besuchen sollten:
    Ein großes Geschichtswerk über den Anbruch einer neuen Zeit, unserer Zeit

    Moderation: Stephan Sattler

    in German

    Im 16. Jahrhundert ändert sich die Welt von Grund auf. Mit der Entdeckung Amerikas entsteht zugleich der Anspruch einer europäischen Herrschaft über diese „neue“ Welt. Die Literaturwissenschaftlerin Marina Münkler durchmisst dieses dramatische Zeitalter der Entdeckungen und Konflikte, schildert die Medienrevolution des Buchdrucks und die Reformation, die Geburt der modernen Naturforschung, aber auch Bauernkriege und Hexenverbrennungen. Ein Jahrhundert, das in jeder Hinsicht grundstürzend war – und das, wie Marina Münkler zeigt, viel mit uns verbindet.

  • Friday

    2 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Leah Tanzer
    ©
    Movie & discussion

    #Challenge1923 · 3 people. 6 Songs – live
    Part 1: Movie & discussion
    Awarded with the German Jazz Prize
    Why you must attend this event:
    In a film documentary followed by a live discussion, the three musicians talk about how their musical exploration of songs and themes from 1923.

    with rapper Roger Rekless, singer Eva Ahoulou & pianist Matthias Bublath
    Presentation: Ulrich Habersetzer
    in German

    In 2023, rapper Roger Rekless, singer Eva Ahoulou and pianist Matthias Bublath faced a major challenge: they were commissioned by „Bayerischer Rundfunk“ to transform six songs relating to the year 1923 into the present day in six weeks and perform these songs on stage in a concert. They were accompanied by a „BR“ camera team. The result is the documentary #Challenge1923 (ARD media centre).
    Rekless, Ahoulou and Bublath were not only concerned with how to deal with music, but also with topics that were topical 100 years ago and still are today: Everyday racism, discrimination, but also the unifying power of music! This project can now be experienced live at Schloss Elmau in film, in conversation and as a concert.

  • Saturday

    3 Aug

    2024

    Photo: BR
    ©
    Concert

    #Challenge1923 · 3 people. 6 Songs – live
    Part 2: Concert
    Awarde with the German Jazz Prize
    Why you must attend this concert:
    Songs with reference to the year 1923 transformed into today - with highly topical themes such as everyday racism or discrimination, but also with the unifying power of music!

    with
    Roger Rekless, rap
    Eva Ahoulou, vocals
    Matthias Bublath, piano
    Christian Lettner, drums
    Peter Cudek, bass
    Ulrich Habersetzer, presentation

    in German

    How would music from 1923 by Bessie Smith, Lil Hardin or W.C. Handy sound nowadays? For the documentary #Challenge1923 (ARD-Mediathek), the three musicians were commissioned by Bayerischer Rundfunk to transform six songs in relation to the year 1923 into the present day within six weeks and perform these songs on stage in a concert on July 26, 2023. They were accompanied during this process by a camera team of the Bayerische Rundfunk for a film documentary. Now Rekless, Ahoulou and Bublath will present the music live again for the first time on stage in Schloss Elmau - a concert experience not to be missed!

  • Tuesday

    6 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Johanna Lippmann, ACT, Linda Rosa Saal
    ©
    Jazz

    Wolfgang Haffner Trio
    Sebastian Studnitzky trumpet
    Christopher Dell vibraphone
    “Take Five”
    Why you must attend this concert:
    Germany's “best“ (Die Welt) and “coolest“ (ARD ttt) drummer presents at the beginning of August two different new programmes

    Simon Oslender, keys
    Thomas Stieger, bass
    Wolfgang Haffner, drums

    Germany's "best" (Die Welt) and "coolest" (ARD ttt) drummer as well as the "most important drummer of his generation" (Süddeutsche Zeitung) - these are all superlatives with which Wolfgang Haffner is honoured by the experts. Fortunately, the two-time ECHO Jazz prizewinner regularly comes to Schloss Elmau and this summer is organising two concerts with his trio and two sought-after guests, trumpeter Sebastian Studnitzky and vibraphonist Christopher Dell.

  • Thursday

    8 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Antje Wiech
    ©
    Jazz

    Wolfgang Haffner Trio
    “Life Rhythm“
    Why you must attend this concert:
    Germany's “best“ (Die Welt) and “coolest“ (ARD ttt) drummer presents his latest album

    Simon Oslender, keys
    Thomas Stieger, bass
    Wolfgang Haffner, drums

    Germany's "best" (Die Welt) and "coolest" (ARD ttt) drummer as well as the "most important drummer of his generation" (Süddeutsche Zeitung) - these are all superlatives with which Wolfgang Haffner is honoured by the experts. Fortunately, the two-time ECHO Jazz prizewinner regularly comes to Schloss Elmau and on this evening will present his latest album “Life Rhythm“ with his trio, which will be released by ACT in autumn 2024.

  • Saturday

    10 Aug

    2024

    Photo: PR, Julien Mignot
    ©
    Classical

    LiLa cello
    Julien Quentin piano
    Why you must attend this concert:
    The next generation of top international talent at Schloss Elmau: the young Chinese cellist LiLa at the start of a great career

    Grieg: Cello sonata A minor Op 36 et al.

    The young cellist LiLa comes from China and studied at the famous Juilliard School in New York. She has been honoured at many international competitions and was also the youngest prizewinner at the 2014 International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians in Moscow. Before her concert at the major Verbier Festival in Switzerland, she is now performing a cello recital at Schloss Elmau for the first time. Her piano partner is the accomplished pianist Julien Quentin, who has already been on the stage with many great musicians.

  • Sunday

    11 Aug

    2024

    Photo: iStock, Julien Mignot
    ©
    Dance Evening

    Waltz Evening
    Julien Quentin, piano
    Why you must attend this event:
    A special dance evening on the Elmau dance floor – accompanied by renowned pianist Julien Quentin

    Waltzes by Chopin, Tschaikowsky, Strauss, Lehár, Offenbach et al.

    Waltz dancing in the concert hall of Schloss Elmau is back
    For decades, the pianist Otto Ludwig characterised dancing to piano music in Elmau. Now we are reviving this famous Elmau tradition – the renowned pianist Julien Quentin will be playing waltzes from Chopin to Tchaikovsky in the Great Hall. All levels of dancers are welcome, it's all about the joy of waltzing. In addition to the dance floor, there are also seating areas where you can take a break and simply enjoy the music and atmosphere.
    Duration: 20:30 – 22:00 incl. intermission

  • Monday

    12 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Plaion Pictures
    ©
    Cinema in the concert hall

    Movies of the year:
    “Anatomy of a Fall“
    Why you must attend this event:
    Winner of the Palme d'Or (Festival de Cannes) and the Oscar for Best Screenplay

    Director: Justine Triet, Frankreich 2023, English with German subtitles
    With: Sandra Hüller, Milo Machado-Graner, Swann Arlaud et al.

    TRAILER (German)

    The film tells the story of a wife suspected of murder. After her husband dies in unexplained circumstances, she finds herself in the middle of the investigation. As is typical of the legal drama genre, numerous secrets are revealed in the search for the truth. The film shines with its unique dramaturgy and acting, especially from lead actress Sandra Hüller.

  • Wednesday

    14 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Felix Broede, Anita Schmid
    ©
    Classical

    Isabelle Faust
    & Friends
    Why you must attend this concert:
    Elmau visit by an outstanding ensemble led by exceptional violinist Isabelle Faust before her performance at the Salzburg Festival

    Georg Nigl, recitation
    Júlia Gállego, flute
    Pascal Moragues, clarinet
    Isabelle Faust & Meesun Hong Coleman, violin
    William Coleman, viola
    Julia Hagen, violoncello
    Florent Boffard, piano


    Schönberg: Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte for string quartet, piano and narrator Op 41
    Webern: Movement for string trio
    Schönberg: Chamber Symphony No 1 Op 9 (Edition Anton Webern)
    Brahms: Clarinet Quintet Op 115

  • Thursday

    15 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Christoph Mukherjee, C.H. Beck
    ©
    Book presentation

    Uwe Wittstock
    „Marseille 1940 – Die große Flucht der Literatur“

    in German

    Nach dem großen Erfolg seines Buchs "Februar 33" stellt der Schriftsteller und Journalist Uwe Wittstock nun sein neues Buch vor, in dem er sich dem Schicksal der Emigranten widmet.
    Juni 1940: Hitlers Wehrmacht hat Frankreich besiegt. Die Gestapo fahndet nach Heinrich Mann, Franz Werfel, nach Hannah Arendt und unzähligen anderen, die in Frankreich Asyl gefunden haben. Derweil kommt der Amerikaner Varian Fry nach Marseille, um so viele von ihnen wie möglich zu retten. Szenisch dicht und feinfühlig erzählt Uwe Wittstock von unfassbarem Mut und größter Verzweiflung. Das Gespräch mit dem Autor führt die Literaturwissenschaftlerin Rachel Salamander.

  • Saturday

    17 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Adrienne Meister
    ©
    Musik & Literatur

    „Sinnenrausch“
    Eine musikalisch-literarische Liebeserklärung mit Liliane Amuat, Florian Paul & Band

    Ein Liederabend über die Liebe von und mit Florian Paul, Frontmann der angesagten Band „Kapelle der letzten Hoffnung“, und Schauspielerin Liliane Amuat, die regelmäßig in großen Rollen am Residenztheater München zu erleben ist.

    Lieder von Herbert Grönemeyer, Hildegard Knef, Udo Lindenberg und Texte von Goethe, Joseph Eichendorff, Kurt Tucholsky, Else Lasker-Schüler et al.

    Liliane Amuat, Lesung & Gesang
    Florian Paul, Lesung, Gesang & Gitarre
    Michael Gumpinger, Klavier
    Julia Bassler, Geige
    Manfred Mildenberger, Schlagzeug

    Ein Liederabend über die Liebe von und mit Florian Paul, Komponist und Frontmann der angesagten Münchner Band „Kapelle der letzten Hoffnung“, und Schauspielerin Liliane Amuat, die am Residenztheater in großen Rollen wie Tony Buddenbrook und Lulu sowie in Filmen wie „Das Mädchen und die Spinne" zu erleben ist. Sie wurde 2021 mit dem Bayerischen Kunstförderpreis ausgezeichnet.

  • 20 - 23

    Aug 24

    Photo: Radio Classique
    ©
    Masterclass Gautier Capuçon

    Masterclass Gautier Capuçon

    Public masterclasses & concerts with Gautier Capuçon und prize winners of the Fondation Gautier Capuçon

    BOOKING OPTIONS

    FESTIVAL PACKAGE
    incl. concert tickets, breakfast, spa, yoga and more
    arrival Tue, 20 August
    Book your room here!


    For three days, cello star Gautier Capuçon will hold public masterclasses and concerts in Schloss Elmau, to which all guests are welcome to attend. He works with the aspiring professional string players and pianists on great chamber music works. For the opening concert, Gautier Capuçon himself will play a concert, considered the benchmark by his numerous students as well as his international audience. The other concerts will be performed by the students with the participation of Capuçon.

    Opening concert Tue, 20 August, closing concert Thu, 22 August, day of departure Fri, 23 August

  • Tuesday

    20 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Fabien Monthubert, Erato
    ©
    Masterclass Gautier Capuçon

    Opening concert
    Gautier Capuçon cello
    Samuel Parent piano

    Beethoven: Cello sonatas

  • Wednesday

    21 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Frank Grimm, PR
    ©
    Masterclass Gautier Capuçon

    Morning Masterclass
    with Gautier Capuçon & prize winners of his Fondation Gautier Capuçon

    Gautier Capuçon teaches young students of his Fondation

  • Wednesday

    21 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Felix Broede, PR
    ©
    Masterclass Gautier Capuçon

    Concert
    Gautier Capuçon cello
    & prize winners of his Fondation Gautier Capuçon

    Gautier Capuçon, cello
    Frank Braley (piano)
    Luka Ispir, violin
    Felix Rosenboom & Luca Giovannini, cello
    Karen Kuronuma, piano

    excerpts from:
    Schubert: Piano trio No 2 E flat major
    Bach: Cello suite No 4 E flat major
    Schubert: “Arpeggione” sonata
    Ravel: La Valse
    et al.

  • Thursday

    22 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Frank Grimm, PR
    ©
    Masterclass Gautier Capuçon

    Morning Masterclass
    with Gautier Capuçon & prize winners of his Fondation Gautier Capuçon

    Gautier Capuçon teaches young students of his Fondation

  • Thursday

    22 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Felix Broede, PR
    ©
    Masterclass Gautier Capuçon

    Closing concert
    Gautier Capuçon cello
    & prize winners of his Fondation Gautier Capuçon

    Gautier Capuçon, cello
    Mira Foron, violin
    Felix Rosenboom, cello
    Karen Kuronuma & Jan Cmejla, piano

    excerpts from:
    Mendelssohn: Piano trio No 1 D minor
    Rachmaninow: Cello sonata
    Schumann: Fantasy pieces Op 73
    Waxman: Carmen Fantasy
    et al.

  • Saturday

    24 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Anoush Abrar
    ©
    Classical

    Gautier Capuçon cello
    Frank Braley piano
    & friends

    Ayanna Witter-Johnson, cello
    Olivia Belli, piano

    Beethoven: Cello sonatas et al.

  • Tuesday

    27 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Doro Zinn, Piper
    ©
    Book presentation

    Timon Karl Kaleyta
    „Heilung“

    Moderation: Hannes Ulbrich

    in German

    Am Anfang dieser Geschichte steht die Schlaflosigkeit. Und ein Erzähler, der sich nichts sehnlicher wünscht, als davon befreit zu werden. Zurück ins Glück. Geheilt sein. Nach dem hochgelobten Debüt greift Timon Karl Kaleyta in seinem zweiten Roman den allgegenwärtigen Wunsch nach Heilung auf, um von etwas so Aktuellem wie universell Menschlichem zu erzählen: Was als Kuraufenthalt beginnt, von dem sich der Protagonist ein Ende seiner durchwachten Nächte erhofft, wird zu einer rastlosen Suche nach dem Glück. Aber wie findet man das Glück heute?

  • Thursday

    29 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Mascia Sergievskaia
    ©
    Classical

    Evgeny Kissin piano
    Why you must attend this concert:
    One of the outstanding piano virtuosos of our time for the first time with a piano recital at Schloss Elmau

    Beethoven: Piano sonata No 27 E minor Op 90
    Chopin: Nocturne F sharp minor Op 48/2, Fantasie F minor Op 49
    Prokofjew: Piano sonata No 2 D minor Op 14

    Concert-experienced children aged 10 and above, who can sit still during the concert, are welcome to attend.

    He is one of the great pianists of our time: Evgeny Kissin has been performing on stages around the world for over three decades, impressing audiences as a virtuoso and as a serious pianist dedicated exclusively to music. Recently, he has also emerged as a political artist, taking a stand against his native Russia and condemning the attack on Ukraine in the strongest possible terms in a public discussion at Schloss Elmau. On this August evening, he will take his seat at the Elmau grand piano for the first time for a piano recital with works by Beethoven, Chopin and Prokofiev.

  • Saturday

    31 Aug

    2024

    Photo: Lukas Beck
    ©
    Jazz

    Thomas Quasthoff Quartett
    “For You” – Concert to mark Thomas Quasthoff's 50th stage anniversary
    Why you must attend this concert:
    Thomas Quasthoff thanks his audience for 50 years of loyalty with his new programme “For you“

    Thomas Quasthoff, vocals
    Simon Oslender, keys
    Dieter Ilg, bass
    Wolfgang Haffner, drums

    There is hardly a musical summit that singer Thomas Quasthoff has not yet stormed. It is no coincidence that the three-time Grammy winner and recipient of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany is one of Germany's most important artistic personalities. In the year of his 50th stage anniversary, the artist will once again showcase his full diversity when he performs one of his anniversary concerts at Schloss Elmau - a venue with which he has a long history and numerous concerts.

  • Tuesday

    3 Sep

    2024

    Photo: Goeril Susanne Olsen, C.H. Beck
    ©
    Book presentation

    Marcus Willaschek
    „Kant – Die Revolution des Denkens“

    in German

    Marcus Willaschek presents his book “Kant – Die Revolution des Denkens“

  • Wednesday

    4 Sep

    2024

    Photo: Mateusz Zahora
    ©
    Classical

    Claire Huangci piano
    Why you must attend this concert:
    “If looking for characteristics of Huangci’s piano playing, one finds them in her superior focus, imaginative abilities and the resulting poetry of her interpretation” (NZZ)

    Mussorgsky: Pictures at an exhibition
    Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue
    et al.

    The American pianist Claire Huangci is the winner of the first prize and the Mozart Prize at the important Concours Géza Anda 2018. She gives guest performances worldwide with important orchestras and plays piano recitals in the major concert halls. The Salzburger Nachrichten attested to her “glittering virtuosity, creative sovereignty, wide-awake interaction and subtle sound dramaturgy”. Inspired by an irrepressible spirit of exploration, she demonstrates her versatility with an unusually broad repertoire. She is also an ambassador for G. Henle Verlag.

  • 8 - 13

    Sep 24

    Photo: Thomas Straub
    ©
    Dance Retreat

    Dance Retreat

    Dancing makes you happy and keeps you young! Dancing had a long tradition in Schloss Elmau. At this Dance Retreat you can learn new dance steps and develop existing skills with a professional dance teacher on four days, each with a thematic focus.

    Coaches: Pia David (five-time German champion) & Thomas Kobjolke

    SCHEDULE:
    Arrival: Sun, September 8 | Departure: Fri, September 13
    Daily dance classes (Monday to Thursday)
    Dance parties on selected evenings

    Hotel guests are also welcome to register for individual course days of the dance retreat

    “Would you care to dance?” (article from The Daily Telegraph)

    BOOKING OPTIONS:

    COMPLIMENTARY NIGHT
    when booking 5 nights and more (Arrival Sun, 8th September)
    Book package here!

    What to expect
    Daily dance classes (16.00 - 17.30):
    Monday: Foxtrott, Tuesday: Vienna Waltz, Wednesday: Rumba, Thursday: Tango
    Dance Parties on selected evenings (each from 21.30): with DJ or live band (no registration required)

    The Hamburg dance trainer Pia David is a five-time German champion and multiple finalist in World and European Championships. She has supported over 1000 dance couples, some of whom have won German and World Championship titles.

    Further information:
    The course level will be adapted to its participants, beginners welcome
    Please indicate for the course planning whether you are coming as a couple or traveling alone. Single travellers will be assigned (possibly same-sex) dance partners in advance. If the number of participants is uneven, we will contact you in good time.
    Private dance lessons can be booked through the cultural office.
    A hotel booking is required to take part in the dance courses.

  • Thursday

    12 Sep

    2024

    Photo: Schloss Elmau_Georg Stirnweiß
    ©
    Dance

    “Dancing in the Bar”
    Dance with live musicWhy you must attend this dance party:
    Great music with well-known hits for a memorable dance party

    Dance Party as part of the Dance Retreat with a focus on standard dance.

    from 12 years | for hotel guests no registration necessary

    Live Music: Alexandrina Simeon, vocals | Daniel Eberhard, piano | Uli Fiedler, bass | Tom Steppich, drums

  • 13 - 15

    Sep 24

    Photo: PR
    ©
    Kreisau @ Schloss Elmau

    The music festival „Krzyzowa-Music” as a guest in Schloss Elmau

    The small town of Krzyzowa in Poland (German: Kreisau) went down in history with its famous “Kreisauer Kreis” – and is an important place for the resistance, for international meetings, culture and Europe. In 2014 the international music festival Krzyzowa Music was founded. In Schloss Elmau, young promising musicians of the festival can now be experienced with their artistic director Viviane Hagner.

    BOOKING OPTIONS

    FESTIVAL PACKAGE
    incl. concert tickets, breakfast, spa, yoga and more
    arrival Fri, 13 September
    Book your room here!


  • Friday

    13 Sep

    2024

    Photo: PR
    ©
    Kreisau @ Schloss Elmau

    Information evening on the history of Kreisau and the "Krzyzowa-Music" festival

    The history of the famous Kreisau Circle in Krzyzowa, Silesia - a living place of reconciliation and understanding to this day.
    with Matthias von Hülsen, festival founder and director, Dorothy von Hülsen & Alexey Stadler

    Helmuth James and Freya von Moltke hosted meetings of a group of determined opponents of National Socialism at the Kreisau/Krzyzowa estate in Silesia. The Kreisau Circle stood for civil society, reconciliation between European neighbours and the creation of a European federation. In the discussion, the panellists will explain the history of Kreisau, which is still a living place of reconciliation and understanding today.

  • Saturday

    14 Sep

    2024

    Photo: Timm Koeln
    ©
    Kreisau @ Schloss Elmau

    Viviane Hagner violin
    Karolina Errera viola
    Alexey Stadler cello
    Lilit Grigoryan piano
    et al.

    Smetana: Piano trio G minor Op 15
    Franck: Piano quintet F minor

  • 29 - 3

    Sep - Oct 24

    Photo: Thomas Straub
    ©
    Dance Retreat

    Dance Retreat

    Dancing makes you happy and keeps you young! Dancing had a long tradition in Schloss Elmau. At this Dance Retreat you can learn new dance steps and develop existing skills with a professional dance teacher on three days, each with a thematic focus.
    Coaches: Christoph Möller (CEO of TWS Munich) & Alexandra Korzin

    SCHEDULE:
    Arrival: Sun, Sep 29 | Departure: Thu, Oct 3
    Daily dance classes (Monday to Wednesday)
    Dance party with live band (Wednesday)

    Hotel guests are also welcome to register for individual course days of the dance retreat

    “Would you care to dance?Ï” (article from The Daily Telegraph)

    BOOKING OPTIONS:

    COMPLIMENTARY NIGHT
    when booking 4 nights and more (Arrival Sun, 29th September)
    Book package here!

    What to expect
    Daily dance classes (16.00 - 17.30, Tuesday additionally 10.30 - 12.00). Each course is dedicated to one dance. The exact programme will be announced soon.
    Dance party (from 21.30): Wednesday with live band (no registration required)

    In addition to his many years as a dance teacher, Christoph Möller is Managing Director of the successful TWS Munich and President of the Association of German Dance School Companies.

    Further information:
    The course level will be adapted to its participants, beginners welcome
    Please indicate for the course planning whether you are coming as a couple or traveling alone. Single travellers will be assigned (possibly same-sex) dance partners in advance. If the number of participants is uneven, we will contact you in good time.
    Private dance lessons can be booked through the cultural office.
    A hotel booking is required to take part in the dance courses.

  • Wednesday

    2 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Schloss Elmau_Georg Stirnweiß
    ©
    Dance

    “Dancing in the Bar”
    Dance with live musicWhy you must attend this dance party:
    Great music with well-known hits for a memorable dance party

    Dance Party as part of the Dance Retreat with a focus on standard dance.

    from 12 years | for hotel guests no registration necessary

    Live Music: Alexandrina Simeon, vocals | Tilman Jäger, piano | Uli Fiedler, bass | Walter Bittner, drums

  • Thursday

    3 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Sebastian Reiter
    ©
    Techno-Jazz

    Jazzrausch Bigband
    Ensemble in Residence 2024 @ Schloss Elmau
    “Bangers only!“

    As part of their release tour, the Jazzrausch Bigband presents their new album „Bangers only!“

    Big band jazz made in Bavaria. Like no other big band, the Jazzrausch Bigband stands for an energetic fusion of electronic music and jazz.
    This year, the band is celebrating its tenth anniversary and will be presenting a total of ten different programmes at Schloss Elmau as Ensemble in Residence 2024.
    Further concert dates: Sat 28 December

  • Saturday

    5 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Sebastian Reiter, Daniel Dückminor
    ©
    Techno-Jazz

    Jazzrausch Bigband
    Ensemble in Residence 2024 @ Schloss Elmau
    FIVA vocals

    Big band jazz made in Bavaria. Like no other big band, the Jazzrausch Bigband stands for an energetic fusion of electronic music and jazz.
    This year, the band is celebrating its tenth anniversary and will be presenting a total of ten different programmes at Schloss Elmau as Ensemble in Residence 2024.
    Further concert dates: Sat 28 December

  • Wednesday

    16 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Lukas Beck
    ©
    World

    Manu Delago Hang & Ensemble

    Manu Delago, handpans & drums
    Georg Gratzer, woodwinds
    Christoph Pepe Auer, woodwinds
    Alois Eberl, trombone & accordion
    Bernie Mallinger, violin
    Jenny Ames, viola
    Clemens Rofner, Bass
    Charly Mair & Chris Norz, Percussion

    LISTEN IN HERE

    The Swiss instrument Hang, an sounding body with a meditative sound, has made the Tyrolean Manu Delago a star – and a video on YouTube that was clicked almost 5 million times. He is responsible for sold-out houses from India to Mexico, from the USA to Germany. World stars like the Icelandic pop icon work closely with him. Now the Tyrolean musician and composer can be experienced for the first time in Schloss Elmau and presents a splendid interplay of experimental pop, detail-loving electronics and rocky chamber music.

  • Saturday

    19 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Andre Grilc
    ©
    tba

    Marie Spaemann cello, vocals
    Christian Bakanic accordeon, piano & vocals



    LISTEN IN HERE

  • 20 - 24

    Oct 24

    Photo: Schloss Elmau
    ©
    Buchmessetage

    Buchmessetage
    mit Anne-Dore Krohn, Ijoma Mangold & Denis Scheck

    Die Literaturkritiker Anne-Dore Krohn, Ijoma Mangold & Denis Scheck präsentieren im Anschluss an die Frankfurter Buchmesse wichtige Neuerscheinungen und führen Gespräche mit Gastautoren.

    So, 20 Okt. 20.30 Eröffnung mit dem Trio der Kritiker, Mo, 21. – Mi 23. Okt. jeweils 17.00 Buchvorstellung & Gespräch mit einem der Kritiker und einem Gastautor

    BUCHUNGSOPTIONEN:

    FESTIVAL-PACKAGE
    Anreise So, 20. Oktober
    inkl. Konzerttickets, Frühstück, Spa, Yoga u.v.m.
    Hier Package buchen!


    Die vier LiteraturkritikerInnen sind aus verschiedenen Medien bekannt:
    Insa Wilke veröffentlicht u.a. in der Süddeutschen Zeitung und im Rundfunk. 2014 erhielt sie den Alfred-Kerr-Preis für Literaturkritik.
    Denis Scheck ist vor allem aus den Fernseh-Sendungen „Druckfrisch“ (ARD) und „Lesenswert“ (SWR) bekannt.
    Anne-Dore Krohn ist neben ihrer Arbeit für rbb Kultur u.a. Jurymitglied des Preises der Leipziger Buchmesse.
    Nach mehreren Jahren als Literaturchef der „ZEIT“ ist Ijoma Mangold jetzt ihr kulturpolitischer Korrespondent. Gemeinsam mit Denis Scheck und Insa Wilke gehört er zur festen Besetzung der Sendung „Lesenswert“.

  • Sunday

    20 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Christian Werner, Günther Schwiering,Karo Kraemer
    ©
    Buchmessetage

    Das Trio der Kritiker
    Der Bücherherbst 2024 – Die drei Literaturkritiker präsentieren und diskutieren ausgewählte Neuerscheinungen
    Warum Sie diese Veranstaltung besuchen sollten:
    Am Ende der Diskussion verraten die drei Kritiker noch ihre ganz persönlichen Geheimtipps

    Das Trio der Kritiker – Anne-Dore Krohn, Ijoma Mangold & Denis Scheck – präsentieren und diskutieren ausgewählte Neuerscheinungen

  • Monday

    21 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Günther Schwiering
    ©
    Buchmessetage

    Denis Scheck
    im Gespräch mit einem Gastautor

  • Tuesday

    22 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Karo Kraemer
    ©
    Buchmessetage

    Anne-Dore Krohn
    im Gespräch mit einem Gastautor

  • Wednesday

    23 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Christian Werner
    ©
    Buchmessetage

    Ijoma Mangold
    im Gespräch mit einem Gastautor

  • Thursday

    24 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Karl Gabor, Harald Hoffmann
    ©
    Jazz

    Joel Lyssarides piano
    vision string quartet

  • Saturday

    26 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Walter Ruckdeschel
    ©
    Jazz

    Bernd Lhotzky piano
    “Rag Bag”
    Why you must attend this concert:
    “The new solo programme by the sought-after pianist, which sheds new light on the earliest form of jazz, ragtime: music full of “vitality and honest joy” (Lhotzky)

  • Wednesday

    30 Oct

    2024

    Photo: Anoush Abrar
    ©
    Classical

    Gautier Capuçon cello
    & Friends

  • 11 - 17

    Nov 24

    Photo: Egbert Krupp
    ©
    25th European Jazztival

    25th European Jazztival
    Jubilee season

    The “European Jazz Festival“ is the annual highlight of the Elmau jazz programme. For the 25th anniversary season, important companions of the past 25 years – big stars and first-class formations – gather in the atmospherically illuminated concert hall over six festival days.
    with Jan Garbarek Group feat. Trilok Gurtu, Nils Landgren Funk Unit et al.

    BOOKING OPTIONS:

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    Shorter stay possible

    Opening concert Mon, 11 November, 12-16 November two concerts per evening at 5 pm and 9:30 pm, Closing concert Sat, 16 November, departure day Sun, 17 November

  • Monday

    11 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Guri Dahl
    ©
    25th European Jazztival

    Opening concert
    Jan Garbarek Group
    Why you must attend this concert:
    Jan Garbarek, world star from Norway and grand master on the saxophone, opens the anniversary season

    Jan Garbarek, sax
    Rainer Brüninghaus, keys
    Yuri Daniel, guitar
    Trilok Gurtu, percussion

    Concert duration: approx. 90 minutes without interval

  • Tuesday

    12 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Elizabeth Leitzell
    ©
    25th European Jazztival

    Lakecia Benjamin alto saxophone
    & Band
    “Phoenix”
    Why you must attend this concert:
    The American saxophonist with three Grammy nominations at Schloss Elmau for the first time

    Lakecia Benjamin, alto saxophone
    Oscar Perez, piano
    Elias Bailey, bass
    EJ Strickland, drums

  • Tuesday

    12 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Georg Stirnweiss, Uli Neumann-Cosel
    ©
    25th European Jazztival

    Shuteen Erdenebaatar piano
    Nils Kugelmann contralto clarinet & bass
    & friends
    Why you must attend this concert:
    “A notable debut that exceeds expectations at every level.” (All About Jazz)

    Scholar of the Concerto21 Foundation & German Jazz Award 2024 (Shuteen Erdenebaatar)
    Artist of the jazz label ACT (Nils Kugelmann)

    Shuteen Erdenebaatar, piano
    Nils Kugelmann, contralto clarinet & bass
    Anton Mangold, saxophone
    Luca Zambito, piano
    Sebastian Wolfgruber & Valentin Renner, drums

    LISTEN HERE

    Jazz pianist and composer Shuteen Erdenebaatar has been living in Munich for around five years. She received a classical education in her home country of Mongolia, giving her a highly remarkable background. She has received numerous awards, including the BMW Young Artist Jazz Award 2022 and the Concerto21 sponsorship program. At her side is the virtuoso young Munich double bassist Nils Kugelmann, winner of the “European Young Artist Award 2023” at Jazzwoche Burghausen and signed to the renowned ACT label. All the other members of the band also come from Munich's thriving young jazz scene.

  • Wednesday

    13 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Christoph Heidrich, Jamie Ellington
    ©
    25th European Jazztival

    Benjamin Lackner piano
    Oded Tzúr sax
    Jérôme Regard double bass
    Matthieu Chazarenc drums

    Verkauf von Tickets für Bewohner der Region ab 1. August. Vormerkung unter kultur@schloss-elmau.de

  • Wednesday

    13 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Egil Hansen
    ©
    25th European Jazztival

    RYMDEN
    Bugge Wesseltoft piano, keyboards
    Dan Berglund bass
    Magnus Öström drums

    Verkauf von Tickets für Bewohner der Region ab 1. August. Vormerkung unter kultur@schloss-elmau.de

  • Thursday

    14 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Nikola Stankovic
    ©
    25th European Jazztival

    Nils Landgren Funk Unit
    Why you must attend this concert:
    Thrillingly groovy and a must at this festival – the Nils Landgren Funk Unit, which itself is celebrating 30 years of band history this year

    Nils Landgren, trombone & vocals
    Jonas Wall, tenor saxophone & vocals
    Andy Pfeiler, guitar & vocals
    Petter Bergander, keys & vocals
    Magnum Coltrane Price, bass, keys & vocals
    Robert Ikiz, drums

    Verkauf von Tickets für Bewohner der Region ab 1. August. Vormerkung unter kultur@schloss-elmau.de

  • Friday

    15 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Deutscher Radiopreis
    ©
    25th European Jazztival

    Jazz & Talk
    “Hören wir Gutes und reden darüber” live @ Schloss Elmau
    Deutscher Radiopreis 2022

    in German

    Jazzalben vorgestellt im Gespräch: Beate Sampson, Roland Spiegel und Ulrich Habersetzer aus der Jazzredaktion von BR-KLASSIK lassen ihrer Begeisterung freien Lauf, wenn sie das Elmauer Publikum und ihre Kollegen gegenseitig mit ihren Favoriten neuer Jazz-Einspielungen überraschen, ohne zu verraten, wer spielt.

  • Friday

    15 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Michael Wilson
    ©
    25th European Jazztival

    Brad Mehldau Trio

    Brad Mehldau, piano
    Jorge Rossy, drums
    Felix Moseholm, bass

  • Saturday

    16 Nov

    2024

    Photo: PR
    ©
    25th European Jazztival

    Elina Duni vocals
    Rob Luft guitar
    Why you must attend this concert:
    Moving duo: the Albanian-Swiss singer Elina Duni with the young British guitar star Rob Luft

  • Saturday

    16 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Jörg Steinmetz
    ©
    25th European Jazztival

    Closing concert
    Joachim Kühn piano
    Michael Wollny piano

    Zum 80. Geburtstag von Joachim Kühn

  • 17 - 22

    Nov 24

    Photo: Paul Klee
    ©
    Literature Festival

    Literature Festival: Future scenarios
    “The future isn't what it used to be“

    in German

  • Sunday

    17 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Debora Mittelstaedt, dtv
    ©
    Literature Days

    Florence Gaub
    “Zukunft: Eine Bedienungsanleitung”

    Opening reading
    in German

    „Der Mensch ist das Wesen, das die Fähigkeit hat, sich die Zukunft so detailliert vorzustellen, dass er sie erschaffen kann.“ (Florence Gaub)
    Florence Gaub ist Politikwissenschaftlerin, Militärstrategin und Zukunftsforscherin, sie leitet als Direktorin den Forschungsbereich am NATO Defense College in Rom und berät Regierungen und internationale Organisationen anhand von Zukunftsszenarien und Trendanalysen.

  • Monday

    18 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Gesine Born_Stifterverband, Suhrkamp
    ©
    Literature Days

    Steffen Mau
    “Worüber streiten wir? – Konsens und Konflikt in der Gegenwartsgesellschaft”

    Lecture
    in German

    „Soziale Konflikte sind nie einfach nur da, sie werden auch gesellschaftlich hergestellt: entfacht, angeheizt, getriggert.“
    Steffen Mau, Professor für Makrosoziologie an der Humboldt-Universität in Berlin erregte mit seinem Buch Triggerpunkte große Aufmerksamkeit: Von einer „Spaltung der Gesellschaft“ ist immer häufiger die Rede. Bei vielen großen Fragen, so der überraschende Befund der Analyse, herrscht einigermaßen Konsens. Werden jedoch bestimmte Triggerpunkte berührt, verschärft sich schlagartig die Debatte. „Kein Buch konnte in diesem Jahr so überzeugen.“ (SZ)

  • Thursday

    21 Nov

    2024

    Photo: koszki-photography, CH. Links Verlag
    ©
    Literature Days

    Christian Jakob
    „Endzeit“

    Lecture
    in German

  • 23 - 1

    Nov - Dec 24

    Photo: Leopold Fiala
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    15th Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Martin T:son Engstroem, founder and director of the famous Verbier Festival in the Swiss Alps, presents outstanding young artists at the beginning of a big career and great established musicians in 15 solo, chamber music and orchestral concerts together with the Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra conducted by Gábor Takács-Nagy.

    with Elisabeth Leonskaja, Alexander Malofeev, Tsotne Zedginidze (piano), Martin Fröst (clarinet), Boris Brovtsyn, Yamen Saadi & Marc Bouchkov (violin), Timothy Ridout (viola), Mischa Maisky (cello) et al.

    BOOKING OPTIONS:

    COMPLIMENTARY NIGHT
    when booking 5 nights and more, arrival Sun, 24 November
    incl. concert tickets, breakfast, spa, yoga and more
    Book your room here!


    Shorter stay possible

    Two concerts daily, opening concert Sat, 23 November in the evening, final concert Sat, 30 November in the evening, day of departure Sun, 1 December

  • Saturday

    23 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Andrej Grilc
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Opening concert
    Mischa Maisky cello
    Maximilian Maisky piano

    Bach: Suites No.3 & 5 for cello solo
    Bach: Sonata G major BWV 1027 for piano and cello

  • Sunday

    24 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Clara Evens, Julien Mignot
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Yamen Saadi violin
    Julien Quentin piano

    Ysaÿe: Poème Elégiaque Op 12
    Brahms: Violin sonata no 2 A major
    Works by Kreisler

  • Sunday

    24 Nov

    2024

    Photo: PR, Jiyang Chen
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Boris Brovtsyn violin
    Timothy Ridout viola
    Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra
    Gábor Takács-Nagy conductor

    Haydn: Symphony No 1
    Veress: Four Transylvanian Dances
    Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante for violin and viola K364

  • Monday

    25 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Sophia Melkidze
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Tsotne Zedginidze piano

    Schumann: Davidsbündlertänze
    Chopin: Selection of Waltzes, Mazurkas & Nocturnes

  • Monday

    25 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Clara Evens, Bernhard Rosenberg, Liudmila Malofeeva
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Boris Brovtsyn & Yamen Saadi violin
    Timothy Ridout & Blythe Teh Engstroem viola
    Mischa Maisky & Joël Marosi cello
    Alexander Malofeev piano

    Mendelssohn: String quintet No 2 B-flat major
    Dvorák: Piano trio No 4 ”Dumky“

  • Tuesday

    26 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Jiyang Chen, Julien Mignot
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Timothy Ridout viola
    Julien Quentin piano

    Schumann: Three romances Op 94
    Brahms: Sonata No. 1 E minor Op 38 (arr. for viola)
    et al.

  • Tuesday

    26 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Andrej Grilc, Ulrike Myrzik
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Mischa Maisky cello
    Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra
    Gábor Takács-Nagy conductor

    Saint-Saëns: Cello Concerto No 1 A minor
    Beethoven: Symphony No 2 D Major

  • Wednesday

    27 Nov

    2024

    Photo: PR, Jiyang Chen, Andrej Grilc,  Nino Chakvetadze
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Boris Brovtsyn violin
    Timothy Ridout viola
    Mischa Maisky cello
    Brendan Kane bass
    Tsotne Zedginidze piano

    Schubert: Trout quintet D.667

  • Wednesday

    27 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Marco Borggreve
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Elisabeth Leonskaja piano

    Webern: Variations for piano Op 27
    Schubert: Piano sonata D major D.850

  • Thursday

    28 Nov

    2024

    Photo: PR, Julien Mignot
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Boris Brovtsyn violin
    Julien Quentin piano

    Korngold: Suite for violin and piano from “Much Ado About Nothing”
    Strauss: Violin sonata Op 18
    Szymanowski: Nocturne and Tarantella Op 28

  • Thursday

    28 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Liudmilla Malofeeva, Ulrike Myrzik
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Alexander Malofeev piano
    Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra
    Gábor Takács-Nagy conductor

    Saint-Saëns: Piano concerto No 2 G minor Op 22
    Mozart: Symphony No 39 E flat major K.543

  • Friday

    29 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Nikolaj Lund, Sophia Melkidze
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Marc Bouchkov violon
    Tsotne Zedginidze piano

    Beethoven: Violin sonata No 10 G major
    Schubert: Violin sonata A major “Grand Duo”

  • Friday

    29 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Marco Borggreve, Nikolaj Lund
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Elisabeth Leonskaja piano
    Boris Brovtsyn & Marc Bouchkov violin
    Blythe Teh Engstroem viola
    NN cello

    Kodály: Serenade for two violins and viola Op 12
    Dvorák: Piano quintet A major Op 81

  • Saturday

    30 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Stefan Höderath
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Raphaël Feuillâtre guitar

    works by Bach, Couperin et al. and Catalan Folksongs

  • Saturday

    30 Nov

    2024

    Photo: Nicolas Brodard_Aline Paley, Mats Bäcker
    ©
    Verbier Festival @ Schloss Elmau

    Closing concert
    Martin Fröst clarinet
    Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra
    Gábor Takács-Nagy conductor

    Dance Mosaic for clarinet & orchestra (Brahms, Bartók, Klezmer)
    Beethoven: Symphony No 1 C major

  • 5 - 8

    Dec 24

    Symposion

    Democracy in times of crisis
    A Schloss Elmau Symposium

    At the Schloss Elmau Symposium 'Democracy in Times of Crisis,' the presidents of the constitutional courts in Germany and Austria, distinguished constitutional scholars, political scientists, historians, economists, and politicians will discuss measures to strengthen democracy and defend freedom against its enemies.

    Scientific Director: Prof. Peter Michael Huber, Munich

    Opening lecture: Thursday, 5 December 2024, 17:00
    Stephan Harbarth, president of the German Federal Constitutional Court


    Dan Diner, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
    Clemens Fuest, ifo Institute, Munich
    Christoph Grabenwarter, President of the Austrian Constitutional Court
    Stephan Harbarth, President of the Federal Constitutional Court
    Peter Michael Huber, Munich, Judge of the Federal Constitutional Court a. D., minister a.D.
    Jörn Leonhard, Freiburg
    Christoph Markschies, Berlin
    Christoph Möllers, Berlin
    Herfried Münkler, Berlin
    Andreas Roedder, Mainz
    Philippa Sigl-Glöckner, Dezernat Zukunft, Berlin
    Wolfgang Schmidt, Head of the Federal Chancellery, Berlin
    Monika Schnitzer, Munich, Chair of the German Council
    Maximilian Steinbeis, Verfassungsblog, Berlin
    Andreas Voßkuhle, Former President of the Federal Constitutional Court a.D.
    Daniel Ziblatt, Harvard, Boston

  • 13 - 15

    Dec 24

    Photo: Till Brönner
    ©
    Jazz

    Till Brönner – Silent Night
    A weekend with Till Brönner

    Till Brönner is not only Germany's most successful jazz trumpet player, but also a composer, arranger, professor, radio host and photographer. With six ECHOS and a GRAMMY nomination, he is without doubt one of the most influential musicians in his genre. In December 2024, Till Brönner will bring his new Christmas program “Silent Night” to Schloss Elmau together with a first-class band and create a festive Christmas spirit in two concerts.

    BOOKING OPTIONS:

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    3 nights, arrival, Thu 12 December
    incl. concert tickets, breakfast, spa, yoga and more
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  • Friday

    13 Dec

    2024

    Photo: Till Brönner
    ©
    Jazz

    TILL BRÖNNER
    „Silent Night – Das Weihnachtskonzert“
    Teil 1

    Till Brönner, trumpet
    & Band

    Unterschiedliche Programme an den beiden Abenden

    Till Brönner is not only Germany's most successful jazz trumpeter, but also a composer, arranger, professor, radio presenter and photographer. With six ECHOS and a GRAMMY nomination, he is without doubt one of the most influential musicians in his genre. Together with a first-class band, Till Brönner goes on tour with "Silent Night" and creates a unique Christmas atmosphere.

  • Saturday

    14 Dec

    2024

    Photo: Till Brönner
    ©
    Jazz

    TILL BRÖNNER
    „Silent Night – Das Weihnachtskonzert“
    Teil 2

    Till Brönner, trumpet
    & Band

    Unterschiedliche Programme an den beiden Abenden

    Till Brönner is not only Germany's most successful jazz trumpeter, but also a composer, arranger, professor, radio presenter and photographer. With six ECHOS and a GRAMMY nomination, he is without doubt one of the most influential musicians in his genre. Together with a first-class band, Till Brönner goes on tour with "Silent Night" and creates a unique Christmas atmosphere.

  • Saturday

    21 Dec

    2024

    Photo: Marco Borggreve
    ©
    Classical

    Janine Jansen violin
    & friends

    Kammermusik

  • Monday

    23 Dec

    2024

    Photo: Marco Borggreve
    ©
    Classical

    Janine Jansen violin
    & friends

  • Wednesday

    25 Dec

    2024

    Photo: Peter-Andreas Hassiepen, Hanser
    ©
    Christmas reading

    in German

    „In einer Zeit vor der Schrift war unser Sternenhimmel ein Kino der Nacht“ (Raoul Schrott). Mit ihrer ungeheuren Einbildungskraft haben die Menschen in den Sternen ihre ältesten Kunstwerke geschaffen und dadurch ihre Kulturen dargestellt. Raoul Schrott präsentiert 17 Sternenhimmel von allen Kontinenten. Unser Großer Wagen war für die Maya ein göttlicher Papagei, für die Inka der einbeinige Gott des Gewitters, für die Inuit ein Elch, für die Araber eine Totenbahre.

  • Saturday

    28 Dec

    2024

    Photo: Sebastian Reiter
    ©
    Techno-Jazz

    Jazzrausch Bigband
    Ensemble in Residence 2024 @ Schloss Elmau

  • Sunday

    29 Dec

    2024

    Photo: Toni Hauser
    ©
    Pop / Singer-Songwriter

    Rufus Wainwright piano & vocals
    „Old and New Songs for the Old and New Year“

  • Saturday

    4 Jan

    2025

    Photo: Christoph Köstlin
    ©
    Classical

    MILOŠ guitar

  • 6 - 12

    Jan 25

    Photo: scholzshootspeopla
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    70th Chamber Music Week

    Sabine Meyer is one of the most renowned interpreters of our time and has played a key role in shaping concert life over the last few decades. She has now curated the programme for the 70th Chamber Music Week and has invited musician friends and companions to Schloss Elmau shortly before her official retirement from the stage.
    with Sabine Meyer, Fatma Said, Nils Mönkemeyer, William Youn, Antje Weithaas
    et al.

    BOOKING OPTIONS:

    COMPLIMENTARY NIGHT
    when booking 5 nights and more, arrival Sun, 5 January)
    incl. concert tickets, breakfast, Spa, Yoga and more
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    Shorter stay possible

    Opens Mon, 6 Jan 5:00 pm | Tue, 7 – Sat, 11 Jan two concerts daily | Ends Sun, 12 Jan

  • Monday

    6 Jan

    2025

    Photo: PR, Broede
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    Opening concert
    Sabine Meyer clarinet
    Armida Quartett string quartet

    Brahms: Clarinet quintet
    et al.

  • Tuesday

    7 Jan

    2025

    Photo: James Bort, Christian Ruvolo, Alessandro Moggi
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    Fatma Said soprano
    Sabine Meyer clarinet
    Malcolm Martineau piano

    Schubert: „Hirt auf dem Felsen“ for voice, clarinet and piano D.965
    et al.

  • Tuesday

    7 Jan

    2025

    Photo: Hendrik Steffens, PR, Dag Jensen
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    Sabine Meyer clarinet
    Dag Jensen bassoon
    Christoph Eß French horn
    Armida Quartett string quartet
    et al.

    Schubert: Octett F major D.803

  • Wednesday

    8 Jan

    2025

    Photo: Christian Ruvolo
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    Sabine Meyer in conversation

    Sabine Meyer & Reiner Wehle in conversation about their career with Sarah Kesting

  • Wednesday

    8 Jan

    2025

    Photo: Marco Borggreve, PR, PR
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    Sabine Meyer clarinet
    Antje Weithaas violin
    Veronika Hagen viola
    Mischa Meyer violoncello
    Michail Lifits piano

    Beethoven: “Gassenhauer Trio“
    Brahms: Piano quartet

  • Thursday

    9 Jan

    2025

    Photo: PR, PR, Felix Broede
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    Antje Weithaas & Byol Kang violin
    Veronika Hagen viola
    Mischa Meyer violoncello
    Michail Lifits piano

    Schubert: Trio movement D.897 „Notturno“ & Impromptus
    Schumann: Piano quintet

  • Thursday

    9 Jan

    2025

    Photo: PR,scholzshootspeople, PR
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    Sabine Meyer clarinet
    Reiner Wehle bassett horn
    Antje Weithaas & Byol Kang violin
    Veronika Hagen viola
    Mischa Meyer violoncello

    Mozart: Quintet movement F major for clarinet, bassett horn and string trio
    Mozart: Clarinet quintet
    et al.

  • Friday

    10 Jan

    2025

    Photo: PR,scholzshootspeople, Irène Zandel
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    Sabine Meyer clarinette
    Nils Mönkemeyer viola
    William Youn piano

    Mozart: “Kegelstatt Trio“
    Bartók: Romanian folk dances
    Bruch: From Eight pieces for clarinet, viola and piano Op 83: No 2, 6, 7
    et al.

  • Friday

    10 Jan

    2025

    Photo: Wildundleise
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    Les Vents Français

    Emmanuel Pahud, flute
    Francois Leleux, oboe
    Paul Meyer, clarinet
    Gilbert Audin, bassoon
    Radovan Vlatkovic, French horn
    Eric Le Sage, piano

    Beethoven: Quintet E flat major for piano, oboe, clarinet, French horn and bassoon Op 16
    Verdi: Quintet E minor
    et al.

    The cast list of the ensemble Les Vents Français reads like a “who's who“ of the international wind music scene. With Emmanuel Pahud, Francois Leleux, Paul Meyer, François Leleux, Gilbert Audin and Radovan Vlatkovic, five absolute luminaries of their respective instruments have come together with pianist Eric Le Sage to form a top-class ensemble of soloists.

  • Saturday

    11 Jan

    2025

    Photo: Steven Haberland, unbekannt
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    Sabine Meyer & Reiner Wehle
    in conversation

    Sabine Meyer & Reiner Wehle in conversation about the clarinet

    With music examples

  • Saturday

    11 Jan

    2025

    Photo: Ira Weinrauch
    ©
    70th Chamber Music Week

    Closing concert
    Sabine Meyer clarinet
    Alliage Quintett
    “Invitation to dance“

    Daniel Gauthier, soprano saxophon
    Miguel Valles, alto saxophon
    Simon Hanrath, tenor saxophon
    Sebastian Pottmeier, bariton saxophon
    Jang Eun Bae, pianor

    works by Weber, Tchaikovsky, Gershwin, Saint-Saëns et al.

  • Saturday

    25 Jan

    2025

    Photo: Marco Borggreve
    ©
    Classical

    Kian Soltani violoncello
    & Friends