Ludwigs
Burg
Festival
Schlossfestspiele Ludwigsburg

Oberon

Trio

Prégardien

According to the magazine Fono Forum, Christoph Prégardien works true wonders. He is unquestionably almost unrivalled among the most distinguished tenors of our time; his interpretations of Schubert lieder set international standards. Together with the Oberon Trio, he rendered Beethoven's multifaceted folk-song arrangements, taking the audience through the world of folk melodies. Illustrating the diversity of our continent, these works remind us that Europe is not simply a place, but also an idea.


LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

versch. Volksliedbearbeitungen für Singstimme und Klaviertrio
Variationen über »Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu«, op. 121a für Klaviertrio
Klaviertrio Nr. 4 B-Dur, op. 11 »Gassenhauer-Trio«


Christoph Prégardien tenor

Oberon Trio
Henja Semmler violin
Antoaneta Emanuilova violoncello
Jonathan Aner piano


Kumaran Herold & Caroline Reucker camera

Alexander König livestream & editing (www.media-art-theory.com) 

SWR sound

Fichtner Tontechnik light

Christian Müller production (www.eyecatchproductions.de) 


Livestream from 26 June 2020 from the Ordenssaal of the Ludwigsburg Palace as part of the Ludwigsburg Festival


The concert series is generously supported by the Wüstenrot Foundation

show overview
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