CS under 30

 
 
 

The Fragility
of Geometry
9th of July to 30th of August
Klassik Jazz Crossover
Carinthischersommer-Feder

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Carinthischer Sommer
 

Carinthian Summer Music Festival
 
 

With the traditional advance sale of selected concerts, the Carinthian Summer Music Festival starts the Christmas season and thus gives a small preview of the 2022 program. Tickets for seven events are available now. The presentation of the program is scheduled for February 21, 2022.

Holger Bleck, Artistic Director

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Carinthischer Sommer
 

Carinthian Summer Music Festival
 
 

Rudolf Buchbinder, internationally renowned and sought-after pianist, will also be a guest of the Carinthian Summer in the 2022 season. On August 8 at the Congress Center Villach (CCV), sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert will be on the program. With this concert Buchbinder celebrates an anniversary: on August 8, 50 years ago, he performed at the Carinthian Summer for the first time.

Holger Bleck, Artistic Director

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Carinthischer Sommer
 

Carinthian Summer Music Festival
 
 

In the "Opera Gala of the Young Stars", the Carinthian Summer Music Festival 2022 brings opera talents in front of the curtain. The winner of the 1st prize of the International Hans Gabor Belvedere Singing Competition 2019 in Villach, the Russian soprano Valeriia Savinskaia, and the third place winner in 2021, the South Korean tenor Kangyoon Shine Lee, will present their skills on August 19 at the Congress Center Villach.

Holger Bleck, Artistic Director

Carinthian Summer

Music Festival

Founded in the 11th century and magnificently decorated in the Baroque period, Ossiach Abbey lies on the shores of Lake Ossiach amidst the romantic mountain world of Carinthia, Austria’s southernmost province. It was here that the Carinthian Summer was founded in 1969, which has since become one of the most prestigious Austrian music festivals. Since 1972 Villach, the Carinthian city with the most Mediterranean character, has been the festival’s “second home”.

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