WILHELMINE VON BAYREUTH Excerpts from »Argenore« and »Allegro« from flute sonata in A minor, arranged and recomposed by NINA KAZOURIAN and TABEA SCHRENK
With its visionary impulses the STEGREIF.orchester stands out in the German orchestral landscape. Its new project »#bechange« also takes an artistic and political stance. Maintaining a skilful balance between improvisation and the classical canon, it also campaigns for the dissemination of the United Nations’ seventeen Sustainable Development Goals. The orchestra is premiering its production at the Ludwigsburg Festival. It is arranged around works by Wilhelmine von Bayreuth, incorporating the musical impressions that have emerged from various workshops held in Germany’s southern Länder. With improvisation and movement, and dispensing with sheet music and conductor, the musicians let all the elements of a concert hall flow together in a sustainable symphony of sound.
There will be an introduction by the orchestra in the foyer at 7.15 pm: Artistic director Juri de Marco, the re-composers Tabea Schrenk and Nina Kazourian and Lea Hladka representing the direction will be present. Moderation will be provided by project director Immanuel de Gilde.
The production is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. In cooperation with PODIUM Esslingen.
The event is part of the subscription package »Welt im Wandel« [World in transition].
Important Notes for the horse market weekend 13-16 May: All of in general, we recommend that you travel by public transport. If you are traveling to us by car, please note: During the Ludwigsburger Pferdemarkt (May 13 to 16; set-up already from May 9) parking at the Bärenwiese is limited. As an alternative you can use the Akademiehofgarage or the Rathausgarage, which are located in the immediate vicinity of the to the Forum am Schlosspark. In addition, the Ludwigsburg City Council is expecting expects many visitors on the open Sunday, May 15, 2022. Please make with the parking guidance system of the city of Ludwigsburg before you arrive and and allow sufficient time to find a parking space.
Image © Bernd Schoelzchen