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Music in Baden-Baden

Baden-Baden from £2,987 per person
Departs: 09 Apr 2020, 22 Jul 2020
Departs: 09 Apr 2020

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Baden-Baden is one of Europe’s most beautiful and stylish spas. It was for long the favoured destination of royalty and aristocrats and was always popular with Russian visitors who gave the town an added touch of piquancy and glamour which is still in evidence today. The town is surrounded by the Black Forest and has magnificent parks, gardens and open spaces. The Lichtenaler Allee cuts through the town, a verdant and arcadian oasis of trees and shrubs along the River Oos, atributary of the Rhine. With its very smart and comfortable Festpielhaus, opened in 2000 in the town’s former ducal railway station, Baden-Baden is now firmly at the centre of musical Europe with performances of the highest international standard given throughout the year.


The Itinerary

We stay at the 4 star Hotel Roomers, perfectly located opposite the Festpielhaus. We will include a tour of Baden-Baden with visits to the Festspielhaus, transformed into one of Europe’s largest and most glamorous music venues, the house where Johannes Brahms spent many summer holidays and the Frieder Burda Museum with its collection of Classical Modernism and contemporary art. We make a visit to Schloss Rastatt, the oldest and grandest Baroque palace. Situated on the Upper Rhine, it was designed in 1698 by Domenico Rossi for the ruler of Baden-Baden. A visit to historic Strasbourg, with its charming canals, fine architecture and museums is also included.

What's included

...when you travel with Kirker

  • Return flights
  • Five nights' accommodation with breakfast
  • First category tickets for performances as described
  • Three dinners- two at Aida Restaurant at the Festpielhau and one at the hotel
  • The services of the Kirker Tour Leader and local guide
  • All sightseeing, entrance fees and gratuities as described

Flight Details

Flights with Euro Wings:

Depart London Heathrow at 14.35 arrive Stuttgart at 17.10
Depart Stuttgart at 13.00 arrive London Heathrow at 13.50

Departure Dates and Prices

09 Apr 2020

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Price from£3398

Single Supp.£498

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22 Jul 2020

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Price from£2987

Single Supp.£498

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Declan Hamilton

Declan Hamilton

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Andrew Taylor

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Music Programme


Easter Music Festival – April


10 April (6 pm)

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Kirill Petrenko
Hanna-Elisabeth Muller, soprano
Okka von der Damerau, mezzo-soprano
Matthew Polenzani, tenor
Tareq Nazmi, bass
Beethoven: Missa Solemnis

11 April (6pm)

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Yannick Nezet-Seguin
Elīna Garanča, mezzo-soprano.
Mahler: Symphony No.3.

12 April (6pm)

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Herbert Blomstedt
Leif Ove Andsnes, piano 
Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 22 in E flat K482
Bruckner: Symphony No. 4 in E flat major WAB104 ‘Romantic.’

13 April (6pm)

Fidelio by Beethoven


The Mariinsky Summer Season - July


Every summer, Valery Gerviev brings the orchestra, choir and principal singers from St. Petersburg for four thrilling concerts. This year the programme includes two Verdi operas in concert performances and two orchestral concerts.

23 July (7 pm)

Attila by Verdi
First performed at La Fenice, Venice in 1846, Attila comes towards the end of Verdi’s early period, his ninth opera. Ildar Abdrazakov takes the title role and Tatiana Serjan sings one of Verdi’s most demanding soprano roles, Odabella.

24 July (8 pm)

Richard Strauss: Ein Heldenleben Op.40.
Other works to be performed in this concert to be announced.

25 July (6 pm)

Bruckner: Symphony No. 9 in D minor WAB109.

26 July (5 pm)

Il trovatore by Verdi
Back in more familiar operatic territory, Il trovatore is probably the most operatic of all operas, demanding singing of the highest level from the four principals. Here Tatiana Serjan sings the role of Leonora and Ekaterina Semenchuk is Azucena.


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