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The Philharmonie Luxembourg is an internationally renowned concert hall presenting performances in all musical styles and genres, from classical to jazz and world music. Home to the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, the Grand Duchy’s national symphony orchestra led by Music Director Gustavo Gimeno, the Philharmonie welcomes many top international touring orchestras, ensembles and artists each season. The Philharmonie programmes and hosts the rainy days festival, presenting cutting edge contemporary music and Atlântico, a world music festival that celebrates the music of lusophone cultures each season.

The Philharmonie Luxembourg is an internationally renowned concert hall presenting performances in all musical styles and genres, from classical to jazz and world music. Home to the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, the Grand Duchy’s national symphony orchestra led by Music Director Gustavo Gimeno, the Philharmonie welcomes many top international touring orchestras, ensembles and artists each season. The Philharmonie programmes and hosts the rainy days festival, presenting cutting edge contemporary music and Atlântico, a world music festival that celebrates the music of lusophone cultures each season.

6th January 2018

As part of Loopino, the flagship series for young audiences of the Philharmonie Luxembourg, energetic young percussionist Adélaïde Ferrière and friends takes young audiences into a fairy-tale world in which there is much to be learned about everyday life. The young audience is encouraged to join in and participate through related music and creative workshops.

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Alfonso Salgueiro
6th January 2018

As part of Loopino, the flagship series for young audiences of the Philharmonie Luxembourg, energetic young percussionist Adélaïde Ferrière and friends takes young audiences into a fairy-tale world in which there is much to be learned about everyday life. The young audience is encouraged to join in and participate through related music and creative workshops.

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17th January 2018

In “The Stars of Classics at School”, the playground becomes a concert hall as a roster of international soloists such as percussionist Christoph Sietzen, pianist Daniël Kool and Quatuor Van Kujik bring well known and less known excerpts to communities of young people aged 12 to 18. In addition to the concert the students are given the opportunity to get to know the artists and their work and gain artistic and personal insights, offering direct access to the world of classical music.

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17th January 2018

In “The Stars of Classics at School”, the playground becomes a concert hall as a roster of international soloists such as percussionist Christoph Sietzen, pianist Daniël Kool and Quatuor Van Kujik bring well known and less known excerpts to communities of young people aged 12 to 18. In addition to the concert the students are given the opportunity to get to know the artists and their work and gain artistic and personal insights, offering direct access to the world of classical music.

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20th January 2018

The Amatis Piano Trio, founded in Amsterdam and now regarded among the new generation of leading piano trios, leads a concert for 5 – 9 year olds as part of the Philou Series. Promoting out of the ordinary musical experiences across multiple formats – sometimes in French, sometimes accompanied by mime, sometimes it’s jazz, sometimes it’s like being at a circus or at the cinema – the events are always exciting from the first second to the last and full of surprises.

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20th January 2018

The Amatis Piano Trio, founded in Amsterdam and now regarded among the new generation of leading piano trios, leads a concert for 5 – 9 year olds as part of the Philou Series. Promoting out of the ordinary musical experiences across multiple formats – sometimes in French, sometimes accompanied by mime, sometimes it’s jazz, sometimes it’s like being at a circus or at the cinema – the events are always exciting from the first second to the last and full of surprises.

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13th March 2018

The prize winning Danish String Quartet make their debut appearance at the Philharmonie in the hall’s international string quartet series with a programme of Haydn, Mozart, Widmann and Brahams. As part of the Philharmonie’s résonances programme, offering audiences ingenious and entertaining stimulation, the quartet will take part in a pre-concert Artist talk to introduce themselves to the audience and offer artistic and personal insights.

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13th March 2018

The prize winning Danish String Quartet make their debut appearance at the Philharmonie in the hall’s international string quartet series with a programme of Haydn, Mozart, Widmann and Brahams. As part of the Philharmonie’s résonances programme, offering audiences ingenious and entertaining stimulation, the quartet will take part in a pre-concert Artist talk to introduce themselves to the audience and offer artistic and personal insights.

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23rd March 2018

Prize winning pianist Lukáš Vondrácek performs a recital of Brahms and Schumann in the intimate setting of the chamber music hall as part of the “Lauréats de piano” series. Exclusively for young pianists, the series of concerts at 7pm is designed to introduce audiences to rising talent at the beginning of their careers and gives the artist the opportunity to build a long lasting relationship with the Luxembourgish public.

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Irene Kim
23rd March 2018

Prize winning pianist Lukáš Vondrácek performs a recital of Brahms and Schumann in the intimate setting of the chamber music hall as part of the “Lauréats de piano” series. Exclusively for young pianists, the series of concerts at 7pm is designed to introduce audiences to rising talent at the beginning of their careers and gives the artist the opportunity to build a long lasting relationship with the Luxembourgish public.

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23rd April 2018

Born in Moscow, Dmitry Shishkin performs with the leading Russian and European orchestras and has won multiple international music competitions and festivals. He performs this recital of Chopin, Rachmaninov and Scriabin in the intimate setting of the chamber music hall as part of the “Lauréats de piano” series. Exclusively for young pianists, the series of concerts at 7pm is designed to introduce audiences to rising talent at the beginning of their careers and gives the artist the opportunity to build a long lasting relationship with the Luxembourgish public.

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KNS Artists
23rd April 2018

Born in Moscow, Dmitry Shishkin performs with the leading Russian and European orchestras and has won multiple international music competitions and festivals. He performs this recital of Chopin, Rachmaninov and Scriabin in the intimate setting of the chamber music hall as part of the “Lauréats de piano” series. Exclusively for young pianists, the series of concerts at 7pm is designed to introduce audiences to rising talent at the beginning of their careers and gives the artist the opportunity to build a long lasting relationship with the Luxembourgish public.

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5th May 2018

As part of Loopino, the flagship series for young audiences of the Philharmonie Luxembourg, the four charismatic musicians of the Arcis Saxophone Quartet and friends take young audiences into a fairy-tale world in which there is much to be learned about everyday life. The young audience is encouraged to join in and participate through related music and creative workshops.

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Harald Hoffmann
5th May 2018

As part of Loopino, the flagship series for young audiences of the Philharmonie Luxembourg, the four charismatic musicians of the Arcis Saxophone Quartet and friends take young audiences into a fairy-tale world in which there is much to be learned about everyday life. The young audience is encouraged to join in and participate through related music and creative workshops.

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28th May 2018

Yekwon Sunwoo gave both his recital and orchestra debuts in 2004 in Seoul before moving to the United States to study with Seymour Lipkin at the Curtis Institute of Music, earning his master’s at The Juilliard School and diploma at the Mannes School of Music with Richard Goode. Currently studying under Bernd Goetzke in Hannover, Yekwon presents a solo recital of Grainger, Hamelin, Brahms and Ravel in the intimate setting of the chamber music hall as part of the “Lauréats de piano” series. Exclusively for young pianists, the series of concerts at 7pm is designed to introduce audiences to rising talent at the beginning of their careers and gives the artist the opportunity to build a long lasting relationship with the Luxembourgish public.

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Carolyn Cruz
28th May 2018

Yekwon Sunwoo gave both his recital and orchestra debuts in 2004 in Seoul before moving to the United States to study with Seymour Lipkin at the Curtis Institute of Music, earning his master’s at The Juilliard School and diploma at the Mannes School of Music with Richard Goode. Currently studying under Bernd Goetzke in Hannover, Yekwon presents a solo recital of Grainger, Hamelin, Brahms and Ravel in the intimate setting of the chamber music hall as part of the “Lauréats de piano” series. Exclusively for young pianists, the series of concerts at 7pm is designed to introduce audiences to rising talent at the beginning of their careers and gives the artist the opportunity to build a long lasting relationship with the Luxembourgish public.

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13th December 2018

The Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg under the direction of Domingo Hindoyan perform Ravel and Mussorgsky with the winner of the 2018 of the Concours Reine Elisabeth, providing them with an opportunity to appear as a soloist in a large scale public concert, to get to know the Luxembourgish public and also enables the audience to witness an extraordinary moment in a young artist’s career.

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Simon Pauly
13th December 2018

The Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg under the direction of Domingo Hindoyan perform Ravel and Mussorgsky with the winner of the 2018 of the Concours Reine Elisabeth, providing them with an opportunity to appear as a soloist in a large scale public concert, to get to know the Luxembourgish public and also enables the audience to witness an extraordinary moment in a young artist’s career.

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8th January 2019

Anna Lucia Richter, German soprano and performer with major European ensembles including the Frieburg Baroque Orchestra, the NDR Elbphilharmonie and Lucerne Festival Orchestra takes centre stage for a concert in Luxembourg as part of the Hall’s high profile concert series. The recital of music by Spohr and Schubert is preceded by a pre-concert talk aimed at introducing Richter to local audiences and present more detail on the evening’s programme.

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Sebastian Bolesch
8th January 2019

Anna Lucia Richter, German soprano and performer with major European ensembles including the Frieburg Baroque Orchestra, the NDR Elbphilharmonie and Lucerne Festival Orchestra takes centre stage for a concert in Luxembourg as part of the Hall’s high profile concert series. The recital of music by Spohr and Schubert is preceded by a pre-concert talk aimed at introducing Richter to local audiences and present more detail on the evening’s programme.

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13th February 2019

Anaïs Gaudemard, international harp soloist and ECHO Rising Star, performs a high-profile solo recital of music from composers including Rameau, Debussy, Smetana and Fauré. A collaborator with ensembles such as the Lucerne Festival Orchestra Gaudemard will also take part in a schools project as part of the Philharmonie’s Visiting School Artist scheme, playing a short concert and giving the students an opportunity to meet the artist in person.

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13th February 2019

Anaïs Gaudemard, international harp soloist and ECHO Rising Star, performs a high-profile solo recital of music from composers including Rameau, Debussy, Smetana and Fauré. A collaborator with ensembles such as the Lucerne Festival Orchestra Gaudemard will also take part in a schools project as part of the Philharmonie’s Visiting School Artist scheme, playing a short concert and giving the students an opportunity to meet the artist in person.

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10th March 2019

Olga Scheps, piano soloist and Steinway Artist, stars in “Saties Welt”, a performance based around the life of composer Erik Satie. Designed for young people, the event includes elements of theatre making it the perfect project to introduce new audiences to classical music.

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Felix Broed
10th March 2019

Olga Scheps, piano soloist and Steinway Artist, stars in “Saties Welt”, a performance based around the life of composer Erik Satie. Designed for young people, the event includes elements of theatre making it the perfect project to introduce new audiences to classical music.

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15th March 2019

ECHO Rising Stars alumni and prize-winning ensemble Trio Catch return to the Philharmonie Luxembourg with a programme of contemporary music almost entirely written for the three musicians themselves, including from three female composers. As part of the Hall’s résonances series Trio Catch will also take part in the Visiting School Artist programme – providing students with the opportunity to meet the artists in person and to watch them perform in an intimate setting in addition to an Artists – together with an Artists Talk for the concert audience to introduce them to the music and composers.

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15th March 2019

ECHO Rising Stars alumni and prize-winning ensemble Trio Catch return to the Philharmonie Luxembourg with a programme of contemporary music almost entirely written for the three musicians themselves, including from three female composers. As part of the Hall’s résonances series Trio Catch will also take part in the Visiting School Artist programme – providing students with the opportunity to meet the artists in person and to watch them perform in an intimate setting in addition to an Artists – together with an Artists Talk for the concert audience to introduce them to the music and composers.

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16th March 2019

As part of Loopino, the flagship series for young audiences of the Philharmonie Luxembourg, expressive young British soprano Anna Gillingham and friends takes young audiences into a fairy-tale world in which there is much to be learned about everyday life. The young audience is encouraged to join in and participate through related music and creative workshops.

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16th March 2019

As part of Loopino, the flagship series for young audiences of the Philharmonie Luxembourg, expressive young British soprano Anna Gillingham and friends takes young audiences into a fairy-tale world in which there is much to be learned about everyday life. The young audience is encouraged to join in and participate through related music and creative workshops.

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24th October 2019

Marie Jacquot, a talented young conductor with a growing reputation for exploring wide-ranging repertoire and inspiring delight in her musicians, directs the Orchestre Philharmonieque du Luxembourg and Rolando Villazón, one of the most celebrated singers of his generation. The concert also forms part of an integrated three-concert series aimed at introducing classical music to audiences in more detail, with Jacquot playing an important role in guiding and demonstrating featured works to enrich the audiences’ listening experience. Following this performance the concert will also be presented at the Philharmonie de Paris.

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Werner Kmetitsc
24th October 2019

Marie Jacquot, a talented young conductor with a growing reputation for exploring wide-ranging repertoire and inspiring delight in her musicians, directs the Orchestre Philharmonieque du Luxembourg and Rolando Villazón, one of the most celebrated singers of his generation. The concert also forms part of an integrated three-concert series aimed at introducing classical music to audiences in more detail, with Jacquot playing an important role in guiding and demonstrating featured works to enrich the audiences’ listening experience. Following this performance the concert will also be presented at the Philharmonie de Paris.

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