Tuesday, 26.12.2023
5.00 pm


Swiss Orchestra
Voces Suaves, choir and soli
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor

Under the direction of Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, the Swiss Orchestra and the crystal-clear voices of the Voces Suaves ensemble will be performing festive cantatas from J. S. Bach’s “Christmas Oratorio”. Afterwards, ANDERMATT MUSIC invites its audience to enjoy mulled wine on the piazza in front of the Concert Hall.

Thursday, 28.12.2023
7.30 pm


Duo Albin Brun & Kristina Brunner:
Albin Brun, schwyzerörgeli, soprano saxophone
Kristina Brunner, cello, schwyzerörgeli accordion
Evelyn Brunner (guest), double bass

Gabriel Nietlispach Pupato Trio:
Andreas Gabriel, violin
Jürg Nietlispach, neck zither, guitar
Andi Pupato, percussion

This concert in Andermatt offers not one, but two exceptional ensembles from the folk-music scene of Central Switzerland: the Albin Brun & Kristina Brunner Duo with Evelyn Brunner as their guest, and the Gabriel Nietlispach Pupato Trio.

Monday, 1.1.2024
5.00 pm


Kammerorchester Basel
Basler Madrigalisten
Pierre Bleuse, conductor
Ute Lemper, vocals and speaking voice

Ute Lemper, the grande dame of the chanson, will ring in the New Year together with the Basel Chamber Orchestra and the Basler Madrigalisten under the baton of Pierre Bleuse. With music by Kurt Weill and others, they will bring the golden age of the ballad to life once more.

Sunday, 28.1.2024
5.00 pm


Simone Felber’s iheimisch:
Simone Felber, vocals
Adrian Würsch, schwyzerörgeli accordion
Pirmin Huber, double bass

What does one’s “home country” sound like? The musicians of the trio “Simone Felber’s iheimisch” will take us on a musical journey to foreign parts – but they’ve always got a piece of home tucked away in their rucksack. Come and join them on their journey: with Simone Felber (vocals), Adrian Würsch (schwyzerörgeli accordion) and Pirmin Huber (double bass).

Saturday, 17.2.2024
7.30 pm


Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Rolando Villazón, tenor

The star tenor Rolando Villazón sings works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Giuseppe Verdi, Francesco Paolo Tosti and others. He will be accompanied by the Swiss Orchestra.

Sunday, 18.2.2024
5.00 pm


Swiss Orchestra Wind Soloists:
Anne-Lise Teruel & Frederic Sánchez, flute
Kelsey Maiorano & Yuta Onouchi, oboe
Lionel Andrey & Gabor Horvath, clarinet
Oscar Souto Salgado & Alejandro Cela Camba, horn
José Javier Romero & Daniel Mota, bassoon

Come and experience Beethoven as you’ve never heard him before! Ten wind soloists from the Swiss Orchestra present Beethoven’s 1st Symphony alongside works by Gounod and Raff, plus an exclusive first performance: “Souvenir d’Andermatt” by the flautist Frederic Sánchez.

Sunday, 31.3.2024
4.00 pm


Swiss Orchestra
Raphael Immoos, conductor
Timo Schlüssel, actor & director
Peter Zimmermann, actor
Joel Mauerhofer, piano

Together with the actors Timo Schlüssel and Peter Zimmermann, the Swiss Orchestra will take you on an exciting journey with the Mozart family – a wonderful introduction to the world of classical music for the whole family (in german language).

Sunday, 28.4.2024
5.00 pm


Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Noldi Alder, dulcimer, violin, vocals
Sherniyaz Mussakhan, violin
Maria Gehrig, violin
Dominik Flückiger, schwyzerörgeli accordion

Popular classical music by Vivaldi and Jenkins meets the schwyzerörgeli accordion and the dulcimer. Sit back and enjoy the Swiss Orchestra and the folk music rebel Noldi Alder together with Sherniyaz Mussakhan and Maria Gehrig (violins), plus Dominik Flückiger on the schwyzerörgeli.

Saturday, 18.5.2024
7.30 pm


Rudolf Buchbinder, piano

The “Appassionata”, “Pathétique” and “Moonlight” sonatas: These highpoints in Beethoven’s oeuvre for piano here stand alongside the more rarely played Piano Sonata op. 14/2 in G major. At the piano: the Beethoven specialist and piano legend Rudolf Buchbinder.

Sunday, 19.5.2024
7.30 pm


Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Masato Suzuki, harpsichord

The harpsichord isn’t often heard as a solo instrument. Masato Suzuki will provide a virtuoso rendition of the newly rediscovered Concertino for Harpsichord and Orchestra by Marguerite Roesgen-Champion. This programme also features orchestral music by August Walter and Johannes Brahms.

Friday, 28.6.2024
7.30 pm


LGT Young Soloists

The highly talented young musicians of the LGT Young Soloists are drawn from over 15 different nations. These young stars, aged between 14 and 23, are at home in the great concert halls of the world and here offer a lively potpourri from Beethoven to Piazzolla.

Saturday, 29.6.2024
7.30 pm


Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Sebastian Bohren, violin

The spectrum of music offered here by the Swiss Orchestra under the baton of Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer ranges from Tartini’s “Devil’s Trill” Sonata to Kreisler’s “Liebesfreud”. The soloist is the violin virtuoso Sebastian Bohren. Come and enjoy the multifarious sound of orchestral and solo strings.

Saturday, 27.7.2024
7.30 pm


Borromeo Music Festival Players
Andreas Haefliger, piano

For our season finale, the Borromeo Music Festival is coming as a guest to Andermatt for a gala performance. Together with the pianist Andreas Haefliger, the Borromeo Music Festival Players offer top-class chamber music by Schoeck, Brahms and Turina Pérez.