DOVE »Ariel« for soprano solo
CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI »Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda« (The fight between Tancredi and Clorinda), SV 153
LUIGI NONO »Djamila Boupacha« for soprano solo
DIETRICH BUXTEHUDE »Mein Herz ist bereit«, BuxWV 73, cantata for bass, three violins, violoncello and b. c.
JOHN LUTHER ADAMS »Above Sunset Pass« from »Three High Places«
ERNEST CHAUSSON »Chanson perpétuelle«, op. 37, for mezzo-soprano, string quartet and piano
RESPIGHI »Il tramonto« for mezzo-soprano and string quartet
MATTHEW BARNSON »A Gale in April« for bass-baritone and string quartet – world premiere
Barbara Hannigan Soprano, Concept
Aphrodite Patoulidou Soprano, Concept
Coline Dutilleul Mezzo-soprano, Concept
Ziad Nehme Tenor, Concept
Douglas Williams Bass-baritone, Concept
Kunal Lahiry Piano
Tian Gao Dance, Choreography, Costume
Clémentine Deluy Dance, Choreography, Costume
Soloists of the Ludwigsburg Festival Orchestra
With her initiative »Equilibrium«, Barbara Hannigan supports young professional singers at the beginning of their careers for years. As a mentor, she passes on valuable experiences to the next generation. Some results of this collaboration will bear fruits in Ludwigsburg's Palace: At four different venues, the audience wanders physically and artistically through music history. Discover the origins of tremolo and pizzicato in Claudio Monteverdi, take in the poetry of a sunset to music by Ottorino Respighi, and penetrate as far as Luigi Nono's avant-garde. The wandering will bring forward different qualities of the music.
This event isn't barrier-free.
The first part in the Court of Honour will take place in all weathers. Please provide rainproof clothing if necessary.
Please note: All visitors and accompanying persons must prove at the entrance that they have been vaccinated/healed or tested negative on the day.