The bad kissingen wine festival has long been a hit

Bad kissingen has long proven that even if you don't have your own vineyards, the spa town is still a great place to celebrate with a good wine. In 2011, the wine festival on the market square was initially a trial balloon. But the tasting of the noble wines in summer weather and top music obviously made the guests happy.

Initially came, as the organizers of the zametzer& krohn gbr (poxdorf) estimated, about 6000 people to the event under the open sky. Two years later, there will be 10.000 guests. On 14. August 2019 the next round will start. For five days, the market place is once again the place for a good atmosphere with top wines.

Coburg is looking forward to the return with the henschel-quartett

Coburg is looking forward to the return with the henschel-quartett

With the concert of their honorary members, the music friends also start their project “mozart plus”, in the framework of which all ten string quartets from mozart's viennese period are to be performed in the next three to four seasons.
Of these ten quartets, some have been performed several times at the musikfreunde in the hundred years of their existence, while others have never been performed at all. Also the quartet in B-flat major, K. 458 “hunting quartet, with which the henschel quartet will open the concert, was heard by the music lovers only once – meanwhile 46 years ago.

“The death and the girl

Out of the dreariness

Bernhard panzer the year 2020 many associations had imagined quite differently, almost everywhere the community life came to a standstill. The corona virus is to blame. The cultural workers were particularly affected – after all, they all live from the audience and applause. And when one, or even two, anniversaries are to be celebrated – then the imposed renunciation and the lockdown of all artistic creativity is particularly difficult to cope with.

At the music initiative herzogenaurach (MIH) it was like this. 25 years the association of herzogenaurach musicians already exists, and this should be celebrated. Already in the winter, especially the “old” made themselves from the first hours of MIH their thoughts on how to go public.

The bohemian dream resounds in the 3000-man tent

The scherzachtaler blasmusik is the musical highlight the “leuchsentaler on the occasion of their 90th anniversary. Bringing a birthday to mistelfeld. Today, friday, 8. September, there will be finest brass music with a lot of heart and passion in the big tent at the leuchse. Conductor anton galle has been delighting his listeners with traditional bohemian music for around 30 years.
The leuchsentaler brass band celebrates its birthday until monday, 11. September. Four days with a varied program the kreismusikfest as well as the oberfrankische gautrachtenfest will be celebrated. The scherzachtaler blasmusik, whose musical journey began in 1989, will start the concert. Even then, the band was made up of amateur musicians from the ravensburg area, and this has not changed to this day. The musicians were driven by the passion of the bohemian-moravian brass music.
On the music stand at that time there were mainly notes from czech bands and of course from ernst mosch with his egerlander musicians. A trend-setting development in scherzachtal brass music began in 1996, when tenor horn player norbert galle took up the pen and began composing pieces and writing sheet music himself. It took only two years for the now legendary title “bohemian dream” to become reality was born. Which way this polka was going to take at that time no one could imagine. Today, the bohemian dream is played all over the world and interpreted in a wide variety of musical styles.
Accompanied by other compositions from the ranks of scherzachtaler wind music, the band has developed its very own style and sound body, the rough part of the repertoire is covered by own titles. The fact that there is hardly a brass band in the german-speaking world that does not include one or more pieces of scherzachtal brass music in its repertoire shows how much the music appeals to the taste of brass music fans.
The concert will take place in the 3000-man tent set up by the mistelfeld music society for the anniversary. Admission to this concert is free. Beginning of the “bohmian dream is at 20 o’clock.