It is on!
When we had to cancel the Mozartfest 2020 in its original form on April 20 due to the effects of the Corona Pandemic, we promised to put all our energy into finding an alternative festival program. After all, isn’t it the arts that are flexible, creative, spontaneous and imaginative to create something new out of friction with resistance? When, if not now, do we need music?
The Würzburg Residenz, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, churches, monasteries, wineries, palace gardens or industrial monuments are the stages for a multi-faceted cornucopia of events in which the focus is on shared appreciation and exploring aural sublimities.
Concerts & Tickets
Classical concerts featuring symphonic, vocal or chamber music are spotlighted in around 70 events a year. Diversity is not a mere buzzword here, but an experientially embraced program.
Resistance, Resurgence, Renewal
In the Beethoven year 2020, we think about »Resistance, Resurgence, Renewal« and intertwine both Mozart and Beethoven.Download Brochure 2020
Mozart, a romanticist?
In 2019, we illuminated the controversial question of whether classicism and romanticism can be comprehended as a single unit or not.Download Brochure 2019
Enlightenment. Clarification. Transfiguration.
Enlightenment is the wellspring that we are aiming to tap this time: the concept of light and a new level of ratiocinative maturity.Download Brochure 2018
As a child prodigy and musical genius, Mozart only turned 36 years old, having already created an oeuvre of magnificently masterful maturity.Download Brochure 2017
The 2016 programme is a quest for cultural diversity and artistic integrity. It tracks the musical essentiality of Europe in Mozarts own era.Download Brochure 2016
What does classics mean?
During his lifetime Mozart was an unconventional and lateral thinker, far from classic. Who made him a classic and why?Download Brochure 2015
Mozart – trazoM
Music in a mirror is a journey approaching Mozarts influence on music throughout history and on various music genres.Download Brochure 2014