Event Churer Rheintal

Festival in the Castle - "Beethoven's 9th"

All men become brothers!


31.07.2024 at 20:00 o'clock
22.08.2024 at 20:00 o'clock
1. Category:
150.- (normal price) | 45.- (up to 26 years)
2. Category:
120.- (normal price) | 40.- (up to 26 years)
3. Category:
90.- (normal price) | 35.- (up to 26 years)
Holders of a Kulturlegi receive a discount of 50% on the normal price when ordering by telephone (081 253 09 45).
Replacement dates:

For 31.7.2024: August 2, 2024
For 22.8.2024: August 23, 2024
Haldenstein Castle

Sara-Bigna Janett, soprano
Jordanka Milková, mezzo-soprano
Andrea Bianchi, Tenor
Flurin Caduff, Bass
Tonia Maria Zindel, Speaker
Florian Helgath, choir master
Philippe Bach, conductor
Zurich Singakademie
Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra of the Grisons

Gion Antoni Derungs (1935-2012)
Chanzuns d'amur op. 148, for soprano, baritone and chamber ensemble
David Sontòn Caflisch (*1974)
"Als die Sonn uffgieng" for narrator, vocal ensemble and symphony orchestra
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Symphony No. 9 in D minor op. 125 for soloists, choir and orchestra

Ludwig van Beethoven's entire creative power culminated in his 9th Symphony and its text "Freude schöner Götterfunken". With a length of about 65 minutes and the expansion by singers in the last movement, the symphony went beyond the usual framework for such a work and was therefore also a groundbreaking work for many subsequent composers. The decision of the three federations to join forces 500 years ago and thus lay the foundation stone for today's canton of Graubünden was also groundbreaking. Seen in this light, it is wonderfully fitting that Schiller and thus Beethoven's "Ninth" also say "all men become brothers where your gentle wing dwells".


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