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The Beethovenhaus Baden and the Tonspiele have completely re-thought the museum tour! No more silent listening – the programme includes trying out, getting involved, listening in and group music-making.

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Not just there but in the thick of it! This time, the children and young people won’t be watching the rehearsal from the audience, but will be sitting right next to the musicians.

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Inspired by the legendary percussion troupe “STOMP”, the percussionists of the Tonkunstler Orchestra, together with school pupils, will not only be banging on their kettle drums, but on anything and everything that makes a sound.

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Programmes for high schools, lower grades

The Beethovenhaus Baden and the Tonspiele have completely re-thought the museum tour! No more silent listening – the programme includes trying out, getting involved, listening in and group music-making.

Read more

Inspired by the legendary percussion troupe “STOMP”, the percussionists of the Tonkunstler Orchestra, together with school pupils, will not only be banging on their kettle drums, but on anything and everything that makes a sound.

Read more

Not just there but in the thick of it! This time, the children and young people won’t be watching the rehearsal from the audience, but will be sitting right next to the musicians.

Read more

Programmes for high schools, upper grades

Inspired by the legendary percussion troupe “STOMP”, the percussionists of the Tonkunstler Orchestra, together with school pupils, will not only be banging on their kettle drums, but on anything and everything that makes a sound.

Read more

Not just there but in the thick of it! This time, the children and young people won’t be watching the rehearsal from the audience, but will be sitting right next to the musicians.

Read more

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Programmes for families

Programmes for adults

Even before the start of their concert season in the Vienna Musikverein, the Tonkunstler and their Music Director will once more be asking asking a question of their public: «Do you love Bernstein?»

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In February 2016 the Tonkunstler Orchestra first took to the stage with 500 choral singers, conducted by Yutaka Sado: «Seid umschlungen, Millionen» - an extraordinary event in the sold-out Grafenegg Auditorium and reason enough to carry the project over into the other Tonkunstler residencies. So now it's our third Ninth!

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A rehearsal is not a concert – but that’s what makes it so exciting! The Tonkunstler Orchestra is giving you the chance to attend working rehearsals at the Vienna Musikverein.

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In Vienna

Even before the start of their concert season in the Vienna Musikverein, the Tonkunstler and their Music Director will once more be asking asking a question of their public: «Do you love Bernstein?»

Read more

A rehearsal is not a concert – but that’s what makes it so exciting! The Tonkunstler Orchestra is giving you the chance to attend working rehearsals at the Vienna Musikverein.

Read more

Not just there but in the thick of it! This time, the children and young people won’t be watching the rehearsal from the audience, but will be sitting right next to the musicians.

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In St. Pölten

In February 2016 the Tonkunstler Orchestra first took to the stage with 500 choral singers, conducted by Yutaka Sado: «Seid umschlungen, Millionen» - an extraordinary event in the sold-out Grafenegg Auditorium and reason enough to carry the project over into the other Tonkunstler residencies. So now it's our third Ninth!

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In Grafenegg