Alternative ways to get the Salzburg Festival experience!
published in: Opera, Concert, General
|Der Rosenkavalier 2014 • Günther Groissböck (Ochs), Sophie Koch (Octavian) (Photo: Salzburger Festspiele / Monika Rittershaus)|
With a broad selection of operas and concerts, this summer the Salzburg Festival is represented by the radio station Ö1 and several TV stations. The radio station Ö1, for example, offers a live broadcast of Marc Minkowski’s Mozart Matinee on August 10 at 11:03 am. Then there will also be a live broadcast (Ö1) of a concert conducted by Riccardo Muti and performed by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra on August 15 at 11:03 am. Another interesting show that Ö1 will air is Christian Gerhaher's recital on August 20 at 7:30 pm.
A great number of performances can also be enjoyed comfortably in front of the TV, for example: ORF2 will air Richard Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier
on August 18 at 10:20 pm. If you are still looking for another Opera to watch in the comfort of your home, ORF2, ZDF, Arte and CLASSICA will show a recording of Giuseppe Verdi’s Il trovatore
on August 15th at 8:15pm and a recording of Franz Schubert’s Fierrabras
will air on August 25 at 8:15 pm by CLASSICA and at October 4 at 8:15 pm by 3sat. There will also be a few concerts aired on TV, one of the most notable being the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Gustavo Dudamel, which can be seen on August 24
via Classica Italia.
Once again, the Salzburg Festival open-air experience is brought to you by the Siemens> Festival>Nights at Kapitelplatz. Here, a large audience can enjoy numerous productions, for example Jedermann
(2010) on Wednesday, August 13th at 10 pm, Don Giovanni
(2014) on Saturday, August 9th at 8 pm, The Magic Flute
on Monday, August 18th at 8 pm, and many more on a gigantic projection screen – free admission for everyone!
here to find all the dates for TV and radio broadcasts of the 2014 Salzburg Festival.