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Schubertiade Festival 2024 in Austria

Intimate yet significant classical music festival

Dates: April 27–October 6, 2024 (selected dates)

Schubertiade Festival
Schubertiade Festival
Schubertiade Festival

It's no secret that music lovers have a wide variety of concerts and festivals to attend throughout the year. But if you are looking for something specific, for example, you admire Schubert and adore Austria, we want to introduce you to the Schubertiade.

The Schubertiade in Vorarlberg state, Austria, has become the most important Schubert festival in the world, featuring about 60 events and gathering nearly 35,000 visitors per year.

The Schubertiade Concert Calendar 2024

This year's festival, which will last from April to October, offers a wide variety of music and concerts, immersing you in the fantastic atmosphere of musical extravaganza. At the festival, you can hear classical music performed by Louise Alder, Leif Ove Andsnes, Apollon Musagète Quartett, Ilker Arcayürek, Aris Quartett, Armida Quartett, Michael Barenboim, Elena Bashkirova, Andreas Bauer Kanabas, Belcea Quartet, Guillaume Bellom, Kristian Bezuidenhout, Ian Bostridge, Adrian Brendel, Ammiel Bushakevitz, Gautier Capuçon, Renaud Capuçon, Gérard Caussé, Bertrand Chamayou, Guillaume Chilemme, Martina Consonni, Michela Sara De Nuccio, Helmut Deutsch, Karel Dohnal, Julius Drake, Elias String Quartet, Christoph Eß, Tobias Feldmann, Till Fellner, Jeremias Fliedl, Tomáš Františ, David Fray, Josef Gilgenreiner, Matthias Goerne, Filippo Gorini, Patrick Grahl, Raphaela Gromes, Julia Hagen, Hagen Quartett, Viviane Hagner, Marc-André Hamelin, Daniel Heide, Nikola Hillebrand, Hartmut Höll, Gerold Huber, Sarah Jégou-Sageman, Dag Jensen, Jerusalem Quartet, Victor Julien-Laferrière, Adam Laloum, Sharon Kam, Christiane Karg, Julia Kleiter, Katharina Konradi, Harriet Krijgh, Konstantin Krimmel, Adrien La Marca, Dejan Lazic, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Paul Lewis, Niklas Liepe, Mandelring Quartett, Malcolm Martineau, Sabine Meyer, Joseph Middleton, Minetti Quartett, Benedict Mitterbauer, Martin Mitterrutzner, Nils Mönkemeyer, Oberon Trio, Anne Sofie von Otter, Pavel Haas Quartett, Mauro Peter, Jan Petryka, Francesco Piemontesi, Alois Posch, Christoph Prégardien, Quartetto di Cremona, Quatuor Modigliani, Sophie Rennert, Petr Ries, Fatma Said, Andrè Schuen, Schumann Quartett, Golda Schultz, Lauma Skride, Kian Soltani, Alexey Stadler, David Steffens, Knut Sundquist, Yaara Tal & Andreas Groethuysen, Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, Maren Ulrich, Přemysl Vojta, Jonathan Ware, William Youn, Christian Zacharias, Georg Zeppenfeld.

Schubertiade: history and today’s festival

Founded in 1976 in the small Austrian town of Hohenems, the Schubertiade represents all Franz Schubert heritage, who was an Austrian composer of Romantic music. He wrote excellent pieces of symphonies, piano music, and chamber music.

The concerts of the festival are presented as a structured programme. Chamber concerts, orchestra concerts, piano recitals and world-class singers, and readings —the whole Schubertiade passes in a very intimate character, concentrated only on the most important aspect—the music.

This festival is unique in offering so many outstanding song recitals in such a short time, along with top-class chamber concerts and piano recitals. The Schubertiade focuses on first-rate performances and maintains its intimacy.

Join the classical music festival, which will become one of your year's best memories! And search for specific concert dates in External Resources below.

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Authors: Olena Basarab