Concerts with Daniel Müller-Schott

l‘arte del mondo - under the direction of Werner Ehrhardt - has started a new and exciting collaboration with the outstanding German cellist, Daniel Müller-Schott. more...

Recomposed by Max Richter – Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons"

British composer Max Richter is now part of Deutsche Grammophon’s acclaimed Recomposed series, in which contemporary artists are invited to re-work a traditional piece of music. The idea of recomposing and re-processing musical works was more...

A Mozart Project with Edita Gruberová - an Unforgettable Experience for Performers and Audience Alike!

For the soprano Edita Gruberová, today‘s prima donna assoluta, everything began with Mozart: 40 years ago, she started her unparalleled career performing the great Mozart roles like the Queen of the Night, Konstanze and Donna Anna. more...

Liasons - Chen Reiss and l‘arte del mondo

In the late 18th century, Vienna was a magnet for the greatest geniuses in music. Chen Reiss and l‘arte del mondo invite you to a voyage of discovery, unearthing the secret „liasons“ which existed in Vienna during that age. more...

Prima Donnas

In the 18th century, composers often wrote their concertos and arias with specific extraordinarily gifted instrumentalists or singers in mind. The works which were thus created represent an exceptional challenge for today‘s performers. more...

Xavier de Maistre | l’arte del mondo

In the baroque era, and particularly in Italy, sacred and secular music were seen as two sides of the same coin; knowledge and belief were one concept and not intellectually separated. Also, a finished work of music was not sacrosanct, but more...

Daniel Hope and l‘arte del mondo with Two Programmes

In the scope of a concert tour with performances at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, the Kulturhaus Leverkusen and the Burghof Lörrach, the programme for November 2010 includes works by Vivaldi, Bach and Mozart. more...

Victoria Mullova | l’arte del mondo

This is a truly revolutionary concert, featuring music by Etienne Méhul, the leading composer of the French Revolution, and Beethoven, who was a passionate admirer of its ideals and its personalities. In their works, both composers exhort more...

Notturni - Nocturnal Musings with Bruno Ganz

„More heavenly than yon sparkling stars we hold the infinite eyes which the Night hath opened within ourselves.“, it says in the illustrious „Hymns to the Night“ by the romantic poet Novalis. more...

Christmas in Assisi

The Sacro Convento di San Francesco of Assisi has long been a spellbinding place. Moreover, it houses a large library containing an invaluable music collection to which access is highly restricted. Thousands of manuscripts and prints, including more...

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