Sunday, 1.1.2023
4.30 pm

Symphony Concert

Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Lena Kiepenheuer, soprano
Alexander Boldachev, harp
Sherniyaz Mussakhan, violin

The Swiss Orchestra will join you in celebrating New Year 2023 with a programme that’s dreamlike, surprising, and features virtuoso soloists.

Wednesday, 28.12.2022
7.30 pm

World-Class Brass

Brass Ensemble of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

Omar Tomasoni, Miroslav Petkov, Bert Langenkamp, Jacco Groenendijk, trumpet
Laurens Woudenberg, Fons Verspaandonk, horn
Jörgen van Rijen, Bart Claessens, Nico Schippers, Martin Schippers, trombone
Perry Hoogendijk, tuba

The Brass Ensemble of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam fascinates its listeners with virtuosic playing and captivating music.

Tuesday, 27.12.2022
7.30 pm

New Folk Music

Helvetikuss

Mathias Landtwing, Bandleader, clarinet
Kristina Brunner, Cello, schwyzerörgeli
Simone Felber, vocals
Laurent Girard, keys
Pirmin Huber, bass
Andreas Gabriel, violin
Jwan Steiner, drum, percussion

The bandleader and clarinettist Mathias Landtwing from Central Switzerland offers surprises with his ensemble “Helvetikuss”, playing traditional music in a fresh guise.

Saturday, 26.11.2022
7.30 pm

Symphony Concert

Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Viviane Chassot, accordion

Beethoven’s 8th Symphony and Haydn’s Concerto in D major, arranged for accordion, played by Viviane Chassot, come together with rediscoveries by the Classical Lucerne composers Joseph Stalder and Franz Xaver Schnyder von Wartensee.

Saturday, 29.10.2022
7.30 pm

Symphony Concert

Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid
Marzena Diakun, conductor
Pablo Sáinz-Villegas, guitar

The Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Marzena Diakun (conductor) and Pablo Sáinz-Villegas (guitar) offer intoxicating Spanish classics by Manuel de Falla and Rodrigo, plus a grandiose symphony.

Saturday, 22.10.2022
7.30 pm

Chamber Music

Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival Ensemble

Mojca Erdmann, soprano
Michael Barenboim, violin
Mohamed Hiber, violin
Sara Ferrandez, viola
Gerard Caussé, viola
Astrig Siranossian, cello
Ivan Karizna, cello
Nabil Shehata, double bass
Pablo Barragán, clarinet
Elena Bashkirova, piano

The Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival Ensemble with Elena Bashkirova, Mojca Erdmann and Michael Barenboim will play works by the great Romantics Schubert, Mendelssohn and Schumann.

Friday, 21.10.2022
7.30 pm

Chamber Music

Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival Ensemble

Michael Barenboim, violin
Mohamed Hiber, violin
Gerard Caussé, viola
Sara Ferrandez, viola
Astrig Siranossian, cello
Ivan Karizna, cello
Nabil Shehata, double bass
Pablo Barragán, clarinet
Elena Bashkirova, piano

Of dogs and nightingales. Elena Bashkirova (piano) and her Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival Ensemble present works by Rossini and Brahms.

Saturday, 10.9.2022
8.00 pm

The Bash goes Symphonic

Sina, Adrian Stern, Kunz, Michael von der Heide
Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor

Adrian Stern, Sina, Kunz and Michael von der Heide will perform together with the Swiss Orchestra and Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer (conductor) for the first time at The Bash Festival Andermatt.

Saturday, 13.8.2022
7.30 pm

A song recital with Schubert’s Goethe settings

Mauro Peter, tenor
Joseph Middleton, piano

On the occasion of the first-ever Andermatt Goethe Days, the tenor Mauro Peter from Lucerne and the pianist Joseph Middleton will perform settings of Goethe’s poetry by Franz Schubert that belong to the highpoints of the art of song.

Saturday, 23.7.2022
7.30 pm

CHAMBER MUSIC WITH THE AZAHAR ENSEMBLE

Fiery performances, a fresh breeze, the scent of orange blossoms – this wind quintet, comprising members of the Swiss Orchestra, will whirl through the Andermatt Concert Hall. They will make the Alps glow with their rousing programme, featuring a mix of well-known classics, an unearthed gem from Switzerland, and vivacious music from Spain.

Sunday, 3.7.2022
4.30 pm

CHAMBER MUSIC WITH THE EnsembLesAlpes

Two different works for the extraordinary genre of the string sextet, by Johannes Brahms und Joachim Raff.

Saturday, 2.7.2022
7.30 pm

SYMPHONY CONCERT

Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Christoph Pfändler, dulcimer

This third concert of the Swiss Orchestra’s season features a rarely performed popular classic, a Swiss work that made it onto the Titanic, cross-pollination between Russia and Switzerland, and a dulcimer gone astray.

Saturday, 4.6.2022
7.30 pm

GREAT CHAMBER SYMPHONIES

The Camerata RCO (Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam) will give us a royal treat: its ten instrumentalists will be performing great works of chamber music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Anton Bruckner.

Sunday, 22.5.2022
5.00 pm

SYMPHONY CONCERT

Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Heinz Holliger, oboe
Alice Belugou, harp
Fränggi & Maria Gehrig (special guests)

An exclusive summit meeting: A masterpiece by Brahms meets the Swiss symphonic composers Johann Carl Eschmann and Frank Martin.

Sunday, 17.4.2022
4.00 pm

FAMILY CONCERT

Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, conductor
Bernhard Russi, narrator

Sergei Prokofiev’s musical fairy tale with Bernhard Russi as the narrator.

Saturday, 12.3.2022
7.30 pm

CLASSICAL-INSPIRED JAZZ

The Luzia von Wyl Ensemble will present pieces from their new CD for the first-ever time. There is surely nowhere better for this new mountain programme of the Luzia von Wyl Ensemble than Andermatt, in the highest concert hall in Switzerland!

Sunday, 6.2.2022
4.30 pm

“STUBETE” IN THE CONCERT HALL

The ensemble “Gläuffig” from Canton Uri is giving a home performance with friends in the Andermatt Concert Hall. They will entice us all into the world of folk music, ranging from the traditional to the new.

Saturday, 5.2.2022
7.30 pm

A SOLO RECITAL IN A CLASS OF ITS OWN

The star pianist Hélène Grimaud will play music from Claude Debussy to Erik Satie, Frédéric Chopin and Robert Schumann.

Friday, 4.2.2022
7.30 pm

SYMPHONY CONCERT

Swiss Orchestra
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, Conductor
Alina Pogostkina, Violin

Our orchestra in residence will open the season with well-known masterpieces by Mozart and Beethoven and a forgotten jewel of Swiss classical music.