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CINDERELLA 
Tanzstück von Mein Hong Lin
17.04.2020 | 19:30 Uhr
Großer Saal Musiktheater

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PARSIFAL 
Bühnenweihfestspiel 
18.04.2020 | 17:00 Uhr
Großer Saal Musiktheater

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MOVE.ON FAMILIENKONZERT 
ABO8AUFWÄRTS
19.04.2020 | 11.00 Uhr
Schauspielhaus Promenade


DIE SPINNEN, DIE RÖMER! (A Funny Thing happened on the Way to the Forum) 
Musical
19.04.2020 | 19:30 Uhr
Großer Saal Musiktheater

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DIE ENTFÜHRUNG AUS DEM SERAIL 
Oper von Wolfgang A. Mozart
20.04.2020 | 19.30 Uhr
Großer Saal Musiktheater

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Konzert in Hannover 
mit Martin Grubinger
Hannover, Congress Centrum

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Premiere: WIR SIND MUSICAL 
Musical
24.04.2020 | 19:30 Uhr
Großer Saal Musiktheater


Konzert in Wiesbaden
mit Martin Grubinger
Wiesbaden, Kurhaus

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DER BETTELSTUDENT 
Operette in drei Akten von Carl Millöcker
25.04.2020 | 19.30 Uhr
Großer Saal Musiktheater


Konzert in Ludwigsburg
mit Martin Grubinger
Forum am Schlosspark

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Konzert in Essen
mit Martin Grubinger
Philharmonie Essen


DIE SPINNEN, DIE RÖMER! (A Funny Thing happened on the Way to the Forum) 
Musical
26.04.2020 | 19:30 Uhr
Großer Saal Musiktheater

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DER BETTELSTUDENT 
Operette in drei Akten von Carl Millöcker
28.04.2020 | 19.30 Uhr
Großer Saal Musiktheater


Konzert in Düsseldorf
mit Martin Grubinger
Tonhalle Düsseldorf

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WIR SIND MUSICAL 
Musical
29.04.2020 | 19:30 Uhr
Großer Saal Musiktheater

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BRUNO WEIL

First Guest Conductor

Born in Germany, Bruno Weil was a master student of Hans Swarowsky and Franco Ferrara. As prize winner of several international competitions, he was named General Music Director of the City of Augsburg in 1981, being Germany’s youngest General Music Director at that time.

Until the end of 2001, Bruno Weil was Music Director of the city of Duisburg. Since 1982 he has been current guest conductor at the Salzburg Festival, where he enjoyed a stunning success in 1988 when he replaced Herbert von Karajan, conducting Mozart's “Don Giovanni” with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. 1992 he debuted with “Così fan tutte” at the Glyndebourne Festival. In 2000 Bruno Weil gave his debut performance at numerous famous festivals: he conducted a new production of “Zauberflöte” at the Salzburger Mozartweek followed by concerts at the Würzburger Mozart-summer with the Symphonic Orchestra of Bamberg. 2006 he conducted a tour through Europe with the Orchestre des Champs-Élysées as well as concerts with Tafelmusik at the Mozart festivals in Augsburg and Toronto.

Guest conducting many of the major international orchestras and numerous recordings spread Bruno Weil’s worldwide fame as one of the leading conductors of music of Viennese Classicism. Bruno Weil has performed with leading symphony orchestras such as the Berlin and Vienna Philharmonic, the Dresden Staatskapelle, Wiener Symphoniker, Bamberger Symphoniker, the Los Angeles Philhar-monic Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Orchestre National de France, NHK Orchestra Tokyo, the Sydney Symphony Orchstra as well as the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra.

In addition, he has conducted at the German Opera Berlin, the Hamburg State Opera, the Semper Opera Dresden, Köln Opera, Teatro comunale di Bologna and most often at the Vienna State Opera.

In 1993, Bruno Weil founded the music festival “Klang & Raum”  (Sound and Space) at the convent Ir-see/Allgäu, an international forum for concerts on period instruments with famous performers of the ancient-music-scene, which is celebrated enthusiastically by the audience. From 1992-2010 Bruno Weil was Music Director of the Carmel Bach Festival, one of the oldest music festivals in USA, California.

Numerous recordings with Tafelmusik Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra have been released under the Sony Classical and BMG Label.
In 1997 Bruno Weil won the „Echo Klassik Award„ as „Conductor of the Year„. His recent CD releases include the complete recording of the opera „Endimione„ by Johann Christian Bach,  (Echo Klasssik Award 2000 – Best opera recording 17th/18th century) and Listz’s „Beethoven Cantata“ and the Choral Fantasy op.80 by Beethoven (Echo Klassik award). In 2010 he received his fifth Echo Klassik award for Haydn´s Symphonies Nr. 93, 95, 96.

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