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Discover your own personal Grafenegg! Create your own individual programme and benefit from our subscription offers. Interested in major orchestras? Modernism? Piano music or great voices? No problem: Grafenegg has the subscription series for you. With it you can reserve your favourite seats: for a weekend, for the summer concerts, matinees or particular themes of the Festival programme.

Summer Concerts Subscription

Music without borders. Decide according to your own taste which three of the seven Summer Concerts you’d like to visit. Experience the Tonkunstler Orchestra with the Janoska Ensemble (22 Jun.), Canadian Brass (29 Jun.), Rolando Villazón (6 Jul.), Mnozil Brass (13 Jul.), Les Musiciens du Louvre (20 Jul.), the European Union Youth Orchestra playing Beethoven (27 Jul.), the Cappella Gabetta (3 Aug.) or the Tonkunstler Orchestra with the Wave Quartet (10 Aug.).

Subscription Schlossklänge 18-19

Subscribe to the up and coming «Schlossklänge» programme 18-19 and enjoy a package of handpicked music highlights as well as special ticket offers!

Festival Weekend Subscriptions

Curate your own personal weekend of music and experience magnificent sounds in the natural scenery of the Schlosspark. Spend two or three days in the region. You can choose two or three concerts on each Festival weekend. Choose from musicians such as Renaud Capuçon, the Mariinsky Orchestra conducted by Valery Gergiev, pianist Rudolf Buchbinder and many other international stars.

Selective Subscription International Guests

Take a world tour in the Schlosspark and choose your own itinerary. Three of five concerts with the European Union Youth Orchestra (18 Aug.), the Shangai Symphony Orchestra (25 Aug.), the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Christiane Karg (29 Aug.), the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra (1 Sep.) or the Orchestre des Champs-Élysées (7 Sep.).

Selective Subscription Matinees

Enjoy your morning in Grafenegg: a walk in the Schlosspark and world-class music in the unique acoustics of the Auditorium. Choose three of four concerts: the matinee with Renaud Capuçon and the Lausanne Soloists (18 Aug.), the Kammerorchester Basel with Piotr Anderszewski (25 Aug.) or the two matinees with Rudolf Buchbinder who will perform together with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe (1 Sep.) and Gautier Capuçon (8 Sep.).

Subscription Grandes Dames

A subscription of concentrated woman power. Experience the festival opening in which singer Camilla Nylund and violinist Sarah Chang interpret Vivaldi and Mendelssohn (16 Aug.), the conductor Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla interprets Poulenc and Stravinsky with the Labèque sisters (30 Aug.) and Tabea Zimmermann makes her viola sing with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam (5 Sep.).

Subscription Great Voices

Magnificent voices with great opera arias and songs. Camilla Nylund will let her voice take flight at the Wolkenturm (16 Aug.), Christiane Karg and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra will interpret Britten and Mahler (29 Aug.), and the Tonkunstler Orchestra will accompany Genia Kühmeier singing Richard Strauss’s «Four Last Songs» into the summer night (31 Aug.).

Subscription Violin Magic

A rendezvous with the greatest string virtuosos. Renaud Capuçon will interpret Bach concertos with his Guarneri (18 Aug.), Baiba Skride will play Beethoven’s vernal Violin Concerto at the side of the Tonkunstler Orchestra (22 Aug.) and star violinist Leonidas Kavakos will play Korngold with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra to conclude the festival (8 Sep.).

Subscription Piano music

Piano greats will take to the keys for you. Rudolf Buchbinder will join the Mariinsky Orchestra St. Petersburg (24 Aug.), the Labèque sisters, one of the world’s most renowned piano duos for years now, will play with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (30 Aug.), and Lahav Shani will interpret Mozart’s Piano Concerto K. 595 with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra (1 Sep.).

Subscription At Home in Grafenegg

Ensembles for whom the Wolkenturm and Auditorium have become a kind of living room: experience the European Union Youth Orchestra with Stéphane Denève (18 Aug.), the Tonkunstler Orchestra with Genia Kühmeier and works by Richard Strauss, Peter Ruzicka and Johannes Brahms (31 Aug.) and be there when festival director Rudolf Buchbinder offers his matinees with Brahms and Beethoven (8 Sep.).

Subscription Play & Conduct

When the soloist conducts the orchestra from their instrument, special musical moments are guaranteed. Enjoy the profound music-making when the flautist Giovanni Antonini leads his ensemble Il Giardino Armonico (17 Aug.), the pianist Rudolf Buchbinder plays Beethoven with the Mariinsky Orchestra (24 Aug.) and Lahav Shani leads the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra with Bruckner and Mozart (1 Sep.).

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