Back in another century - surrounded by the sounds of a bygone era. It is this mixture of classical music and these extraordinary spaces that make Serenade concerts so special. You can hear, see and feel how it was - back then. In the beautiful Gothic cloister of the Franciscan monastery - with its 700 m² of frescoes, which were created in the years 1519 to 1526, and oil paintings from the 18th century - the concerts take place every summer. Lovers of classical music have long been a fixture.
Internationally known ensembles and soloists are among the artists. So z. For example, the Hagen Quartet Salzburg, the Munich String Quartet, the Michael-Grube Festival Orchestra Madrid, the Bavaria Brass Soloists Munich, the Pertersen Quartet Leipzig, Les Menestrels Wien, the Concilium Musicum Wien, the Salzburg Mozartsolisten, the Philharmonia-Schrammeln Wien and others Soloists included Wolfgang Peinlich (concertmaster of the Berliner Philharmoniker), Christian Altenburger (violin), Edgar Gredler (principal cellist of the Bavarian Radio Orchestra), Eberhard Kummer (ballad singer) chamber virtuoso Gerd Zapf (trumpet) and others.