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Livestreams at the Rheingau Musik Festival 2018

In 2018 the following concerts are going to be seen in streaming on concert.arte.tv and www.rheingau-musik-festival.de:

23./24.6.2018 Opening Concert Rheingau Musik Festival 2018

19.7.2018 Antonio Vivaldi: „The foru seasons“ with Daniel Hope and the Zürcher Kammerorchester

3.8.2018 Gregory Porter & Band

1.9.2018 Closing Concert: Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor

Rheingau Musik Festival in livestream

Gregory Porter & Band live from the Kurpark Wiesbaden

Gregory Porter © Shawn Peters

The concert will be streamed on concert.arte.tv and will be broadcast on hr2-kultur as part of the ARD radio festival with a time delay starting at 20:04.

Gregory Porter vocals
Tivon Pennicott tenor sax
Albert „Chip“ Crawford piano
Jahmal Nichols double bass
Emanuel Harrold drums
Ondřej Pivec hammond

Rheingau Musik Festival to look at

Antonio Vivaldi: „The four seasons“ with Daniel Hope

Concert in the cloister of Kloster Eberbach on 19.7.2018

Zürcher Kammerorchester
Daniel Hope
violine & musical direction

Pjotr Iljitsch Tschaikowski „Souvenir de Florence“ op. 70
Antonio Vivaldi „Le quattro stagioni“ op. 8 (Die vier Jahreszeiten) Concerti op. 8 Nr. 1-4

The livestream was made possible by:

Commerz Real AG
www.commerzreal.com

Procter & Gamble
www.de.pg.com

Rheingau Musik Festival to look at

Opening Concert Rheingau Musik Festival 2018

Concert in the basilica of Kloster Eberbach on 23.6.2018

Antoine Tamestit viola
Massimo Giordano tenor
Shenyang bassbariton
MDR Rundfunkchor
hr-Sinfonieorchester
Eliahu Inbal
conductor

Hector Berlioz „Harold in Italie“ op. 16
Giacomo Puccini
Messa di Gloria

Rheingau Musik Festival LIVE

„Baltic Folk“

Concert in the Friedrich-von-Thiersch-Saal in the Kurhaus Wiesbaden on 20.8.2017

Live from the Friedrich-von-Thiersch-Hall in the Kurhaus Wiesbaden

Alexander Malofeev piano
Baltic Sea Philharmonic
Kristjan Järvi conductor

Arvo Pärt Swansong (Littlemore tractus) for orchestra
Sergej Rachmaninow
Concert for piano and orchestra No. 2 C minor op. 18
Igor Strawinsky „L’oiseau de feu“ (The Firebird)

Orchestral debut with full intensity

Livestream „Baltic Folk“ was made possible by:

private sponsors:

Hans-Christian Boos
Katherine Fürstenberg-Raettig

Sponsors:

Procter & Gamble
www.de.pg.com

Capitalmind corporate finance advisory
www.capitalmind.com/de/

Cerberus Capital Management
www.cerberuscapital.com/

Deutschlandfunk
www.deutschlandfunk.de/