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2022

Schackenborg 
Musikfest

August 11-14 
 

CONCERTS 2022

Alexander Lonquich
Nicolas Altstaedt
Tommaso Lonquich
Anna Agafia Egholm
NOVO String Quartet
Sanna Ripatti
Roberta Verna
Mojca Erdmann
Jonathan Slaatto
Martin Qvist Hansen
 
 

SPECIAL OFFERS!

Reasonably priced VIP passes include free admission to all concerts, as well as reserved front-rows seating.

Young audience under the age of 18 can attend all events free of charge.

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

   Schackenborg Musikfest is a world-class chamber music festival taking place in the border-country between Denmark and Germany, at beautiful Schackenborg Castle.

 

   Praised by the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung for the high energy, artistic quality and risk-taking of its "Viking-spirited" artistic direction, the festival's ambition is to bring together Denmark's and Germany's finest artists.


   Launched in 2021, with Christian Tetzlaff among the first edition's guests, the 2022 edition will feature 6 concerts, 13 composers and 13 artists, including Nicolas Alstaedt, Alexander Lonquich & Mojca Erdmann.

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   Additionally, through its "Rising Stars" program, the festival promotes the most vibrant Danish/Nordic talents through collaborations with prize-winners from the ARD competition in Munich or alongside major German artists.

Concerts take place in three venues:

1) the newly restored barn (Slotsfeltladen), a setting  of fantastic architectural design and transparent acoustics;

2) the castle's elegant Knight's Hall, where the castle's long and exciting history comes to life;

3) Møgeltønder Church, one of Southern Jutland's most beautiful churches and home to Denmark's oldest organ.

   The festival was conceived and founded by artistic directors Martin Qvist Hansen, Tommaso Lonquich and Jonathan Slaatto, members of The Danish Clarinet Trio, in collaboration with consultant Per Erik Veng (former orchestra and choir director in DR) and former Director of Schackenborg Castle Trine Jepsen.

THE DANISH CLARINET TRIO

    Tommaso Lonquich – Clarinet
    Jonathan Slaatto – Cello
    Martin Qvist Hansen - Piano

 


   The Danish Clarinet Trio was established in 2016 by three leading chamber musicians in Scandinavia, all members of world-renowned Ensemble MidtVest.  The New York Times has praised their ‘undercurrents of urgency’ and ‘brilliant effects’.

   The Trio has recorded for the Danish label Dacapo and has appeared on tour in Canada, Italy, Germany, Iceland, Brazil, the USA, the UK and throughout Scandinavia.

The Danish Clarinet Trio
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   Between them, the Danish Clarinet Trio’s members are laureates of the ARD Competition in Munich, artists of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and the prestigious BBC New Generation Artists scheme. The ensemble has appeared on BBC, DR, ARD and on most other European radios.  With Ensemble MidtVest it has recorded for the German label CPO. In 2018, the trio was invited to reside at the BBC’s Belfast International Arts Festival as Ensemble-in-Residence.

   The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung has praised the leadership of the Trio at Schackenborg, highlighting the Artistic Directors' daring energy as organizers and their depth and top quality on the concert stage.​

 

Photographer: Andrej Grilc (c)

LOCATION

SCHACKENBORG CASTLE
Schackenborg 1

Møgeltønder
DK-6270 Tønder

DENMARK

 

info@musikfest.nu
tel: +45 20869935

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