Kammerata Luxembourg

With the release of the new CD (Pizzicato’s review is here) – Hommage à Schumann, the KammerMusekVeräin Lëtzebuerg (Luxembourg Chamber Music Society) changes its name to Kammerata Luxembourg. Founded in 1985, the Ensemble has firmly cemented its reputation within Luxembourg’s music scene with over 30 years of music productions.

Highlights include productions and concert cycles such as Music & Space; Helmut Lachenmann – a portrait of the composer in five concerts; Turns of centuries 999-1999; Iberia – a ten-concert cycle on Spanish chamber music; The European Union enlarges – a series of concert cycles featuring the chamber music of future EU Member States; and the stage production of Pierrot Lunaire by Schönberg in collaboration with the TNL (Luxembourg National Theatre).

The KL has also staged concerts and productions aimed at young audiences and their families, which include Brundibár, an opera for children by Hans Krása in a coproduction with the Philharmonie Luxembourg and the Conservatoire de musique du Nord; The Carnival of the Animals by Saint-Saëns and the opera The 35th of May, or Conrad’s Ride to the South Sea by Violeta Dinescu.

Kammerata Luxembourg

The KL is both a concert organiser and a protean ensemble of musicians. It performs contemporary pieces, often for the first time in Luxembourg, in combination with works from the classical and romantic eras.

When performing abroad, the Kammerata regularly showcases works by Luxembourg composers or composers residing in the Grand Duchy (Kerger, Reuter, Fenigstein, Müllenbach, Lenners, Brönnimann…).

Website: http://www.kmvl.lu/


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