Musik & Theater

Ingrid Marsoner, Foto: Peter Berger

Kulturmittag (Arts at Lunchtime) – Keyboard magic for Autumn
With pianist Ingrid Marsoner

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Demonstrating her customary “brilliant, distinctive, dedicated and pensive playing” (Klassik Heute), pianist Ingrid Marsoner performs Ludwig van Beethoven’s much-loved Moonlight Sonata and Robert Schumann’s “Faschingsschwank aus Wien” (“Carnival scenes from Vienna”). This will be followed by works by Frédéric Chopin. There will be readings between the works by the well-known speaker and actor Stephan von der Decken.

Culture is that which man produces from his own design, whether it’s music, art or simply maintaining old traditions. The Kulturmittag (Arts at Lunchtime) friendly society was founded in 1989 by Drs Alwin and Helma Westerhof. Its purpose is to enable those with an interest in culture, especially senior citizens, to share in lunchtime musical performances. One of the society’s key objectives is to promote and present artists who are young and gifted but not yet well-known. The society also promotes and encourages increased personal contact between artists and their audience in post-performance social get-togethers. Dr Leonhard Leeb, Artistic Director and Chairman of the Kulturmittag Society, has assembled an entertaining programme for your enjoyment.

Tickets: €16 (subscription ticket, ten concerts: €150), balcony €16, box seats €24
Senior citizens: €13 (subscription ticket, ten concerts: €120)
Children and young people, wheelchair users: €8 (subscription ticket, ten concerts: €70)