16:15 | Open-Air
Concert – Open-Air
Please note: Due to the general emergency situation in the district of Ahrweiler, the concert must unfortunately be cancelled. Tickets already purchased will be refunded. Please contact Simone Wagner (firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel. 02228/9425-12) for this.
16:15 | Entrada on the Rhine side
17:00 | Open Air on the Wiese Neubau (New Building Lawn)
The word "serenade" does not come from "sera" (evening), but from "sereno" (cheerful). In "tempo sereno", when the weather is fine, you can hear Dvorák's wonderful D minor Serenade on the garden parterre behind the Arp Museum, with some of Germany's best woodwind professors and the Villa Musica youngsters. Ten wind players, cello and double bass conjure up the most beautiful summer sounds on the heights of the Rhine, including hits from Bizet's Carmen.
Christian Wetzel oboe | David Thomas bassoon
Scholarship holders of the Villa Musica Rhineland-Palatinate
Antonín Dvořák: Wind Serenade in D minor, op. 44
Georges Bizet: Suite from the opera Carmen
The concert will take place without seating, please bring a picnic blanket for yourself.
Food and drinks can also be brought along.
Please note that our terrain is not barrier-free.
There is an absolute smoking ban on the outside area!
Please observe the currently valid regulations of the Corona Control Ordinance of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate before and during your visit.