Saturday, 18.2.2023
7.30 pm

World-Class Chamber Music

Philharmonic String Quartet of the Berlin Philahrmonic

Helena Madoka Berg, violin
Dorian Xhoxhi, violin
Naoko Shimizu, viola
Christoph Heesch, cello

The Philharmonic String Quartet, comprising members of the world-famous Berliner Philharmoniker, will devote their concert to some of the most beautiful music of mourning.

Sunday, 19.2.2023
4.30 pm

New Folk Music

Eiger Mönch & UrSchwyz

Maria Gehrig, violin
Hanna Landolt, violin
Kristina Brunner, cello & schwyzerörgeli
Evelyn Brunner, double bass

Guests

Dani Häusler, clarinet
Fränggi Gehrig, accordion

Maria Gehrig and three more young musicians bring verve to string folk music. “Eiger Mönch & UrSchwyz” will be supported by Dani Häusler (clarinet) and Fränggi Gehrig (accordion).

Saturday, 18.3.2023
7.30 pm

Chamber music

Ensemble l’Airchet

Frederic Sánchez Muñoz, flute
Sherniyaz Mussakhan, violin
Jana Ozolina, violin
Lech Antonio Uszynski, viola
Gunta Ābele, cello

The ensemble “l’Airchet”, consisting of members of the Swiss Orchestra, discovers the Swiss composer Edouard Dupuy, reveal Ravel’s music in new colours, and take delight in a classic work by Dvořák.

Sunday, 19.3.2023
4.00 pm

Family Concert

Swiss Orchestra
Raphael Immoos, conductor
Joseph-Maurice Weder, piano
Aglaia Graf, piano
Bernhard Russi, narrator
Students of the Uri Music School and the music talent advancement programme of Canton Lucerne

In collaboration with the Uri Music School and the musical talent advancement programme of Canton Lucerne, ANDERMATT MUSIC is organising a multi-generational family concert. The Swiss Orchestra will be joined by Bernhard Russi as narrator.

Saturday, 8.4.2023
5.30 pm

New Folk Music

Schäbyschigg

David Jud, clarinet
Guillermo Casillas, trumpet
Fabian Jud, trumpet
Jérôme Müller, bass trumpet
Tobi Zwyer, tuba

The band “Schäbyschigg” – derived from “shabby chic” – is true to its name, playing timeless music with traditional instruments but in modern interpretations.

Sunday, 9.4.2023
4.30 pm

Music Theatre for Small Ensemble

Solisten des Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Andri Schenardi, actor

The actor Andri Schenardi from Altdorf, together with members of the Swiss Orchestra, here tell an old fairy tale about a violin, a magic book, the devil and the promise of great riches.

Saturday, 27.5.2023
7.30 pm

Gala Concert

Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Piotr Beczala, tenor
Sylvia D’Eramo, soprano

Star tenor Piotr Beczala and lyric soprano Sylvia D’Eramo sing works by Giuseppe Verdi, Giacomo Puccini, Jules Massenet and others. They will be accompanied by the Swiss Orchestra.

Sunday, 28.5.2023
7.30 pm

Symphony Concert

Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Michael Barenboim, violin

Michael Barenboim and the Swiss Orchestra under the baton of Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer bring together unknown gems of Swiss music and works by Vivaldi and Mendelssohn.

Saturday, 17.2.2024
7.30 pm

Gala Concert

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

The star tenor Rolando Villazón sings works by Giuseppe Verdi, Gaetano Donizetti, Jules Massenet and others. He will be accompanied by the Swiss Orchestra.