Noa Wildschut makes her Rheingau Musik Festival debut teaming up with Camerata Salzburg to perform both Mozart’s Violin Concerto No.5 and Rondo for Violin and Orchestra in C major at beautiful Kloster Eberbach (26 June). The concert is part of the series ‘Mozarts Grosse Nachtmusiken’ to celebrate the composer’s immortal genius.
Following his successful recital in 2017, on 30 JuneBehzod Abduraimov returns to Rheingau to perform Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1 with the Ural Philharmonic under Dimitry Liss in the stunning Kurhaus Wiesbaden.
Returning with an all-romantic German repertoire, Lise de la Salle performs a vigorous and courageous recital programme, including Liszt’s piano arrangements of Schumann’s and Wagner’s works, and Beethoven’s last Piano Sonata in C minor on 2 August.
Following up on his success from last year, Víkingur Ólafsson returns to the Rheingau Festival to perform a recital at Schloss Johannisberg on August 11. The programme includes works by Rameau, Debussy and Mussorgsky.
The Goldmund Quartet make their debut at the Festival presenting a wonderful programme including Fazil Say’s Divorce, Shostakovich’s String Quartet No.3 and Mendelssohn’s String Quartet No.6. The recital takes place at Schloss Johannisberg on 14 August.
Martin Grubinger and two of his fellow drummers tackle Fazıl Say’s Concerto for two pianos “Gezi Park 1” Op.48 Percussion Concerto Op.77, and Tan Dun’s Percussion Concerto The Tears of Nature on 23 August.