Dresden Germany Music
Dresden is located about halfway between Berlin and Prague and is often referred to as the Venice of Germany. Until recently, it was rarely visited by Western tourists, but the art, music and baroque architecture of the city remain undiscovered treasures. There are many cities where it is difficult to get to when it rains, and Dresden is not one of them.
At the height of the 1720s and 1750s, the image of Parnassus itself must have been far removed from the musicians who were not employed at the court. At the time Bach was writing, music in Dresden was an excellent choice, as it was the highest endowed court in Germany, boasting a number of musicians and artists that would have been the envy of all Europe. The favourable conditions for the cultivation of music in Dresden were hardly to be surpassed in Europe, and the music in Dresden is excellent by choice.
Among the opera singers who came to Dresden under Lotti was the famous alto castrato Francesco Bernardi, better known as Senesino. The more ephemeral instrumentalists who arrived were the violinists of the court, such as the composer and pianist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, whose stay is remembered above all by a bizarre episode in which he was thrown out of a first-floor window, an incident that survived until he returned to his native Florence in 1723. German dishes, many of them imported from outside the city, and some served there for different periods. Dresden was home to a number of famous musicians, most notably the pianists and composers of Johann Sebastian Bach.
For months he tried to bring back the remains of his idols to Germany, and even composed an opera about them, Teofane, which was set to music after the libretto Pallavicino by the Dresden court poet Stefano Benedetto. Ten days later, when he received the title role in the "Teofanes" from the Dresden court poets Stefana and Benedetsto, it was two music visitors, Telemann and Handel, who gave him the honour in front of an audience, including the crème de la crème of the European royal family and the nobility. After the ceremony, Lotti returned to Venice, where she left a number of Italian singers and players behind in Dresden. He stayed in and out of Dresden for several months and performed in the city for the first time, for which he received 100 ducats.
To enable the Dresden Music Festival to continue its 40-year tradition, Vogler has decided to take the idea of a 24-hour music marathon with him to the Festival team. Although the performances take place in a number of locations in the city, including a concert hall, a theater, an opera house and a music school, it is recommended to use public transport to get around the cities.
In 2016 the independent operetta company moved to its new home at the Dresden Opera and visited the famous Dresden gallery ALTE MASTERS. Deutsche Oper and isbe in the refurbishment, which is to take place in 2017 with the help of the cultural heritage office of the city, the DFB (Museum Dresden).
The choir of the Dresdner Symphoniker, the DFB-Chor and a number of other groups are playing. The choir sings and performs in various musical styles, such as opera, operetta, rock, jazz, classical, folk and classical opera.
The Avishai Cohen Trio will make its first guest appearance in Dresden, with the concert taking place on Saturday, October 14, at the Kiel Opera. The focus is on classical music, but also opera, jazz and world music. Korean music and bring traditional music from Korea to Korea, as well as a variety of other music genres.
Visit the website of Bach in Dresden and the website of the Dresden Music Festival to buy tickets. Bebe yourself, stroll through the city and buy souvenirs at the traditional Christmas market and of course visit the Dresden Gallery and Zwinger.
The Dresden exhibition features plays that show the people who influenced Wagner in his childhood. L'Oréal chronicles Wagner's life from the open-air folk theatre of Josef Ferdinand Nesmuller to his final years in Dresden.
Theater Volk, later renamed Grosses Schauspielhaus Berlin by the Nazis and later Theater Volke. Don't forget to come to Dresden and see the famous Dresden theatre, where one of the most famous operas in the world is performed, Wagner's "Ring des Feuer."
After the departure of the Italian opera company, Augustus Strong refounded the French actors and musicians who had dominated Dresden for the last two decades of his reign. Italian musicians returned to Dresden, again inspired by the interest of the crown prince. After the famous Metastasio libretto "L'Olimpiade" was composed on 16 February 1756, Hasse composed a further seven operas for Dresden. In the following 33 years, his opera based on the libretto by Metastsasio became the model for the opera seria of the 18th century and made the Dresden Court Opera internationally known.