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Ilona Schmiel passes a Festival at the pulse of time after ten years Artistic Director on Saturday, October 5, ends after 67 concerts in the main program and 95 other events in the programme the Beethoven Festival in Bonn 2013. The final concert with the London Symphony, Orchestra conducted by Daniel Harding and the soloist Christian Tetzlaff also marks the end of Director Ilona Schmiel. The old cultural Manager took over the artistic direction and management of the Beethoven Festival Bonn by Franz Willnauer in 2004. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Brian Robert. Ilona Schmiel joins society of Zurich 2014 in the same capacity of the Tonhalle, their successor in Bonn takes on Nike Wagner. The Beethoven Festival in Bonn 2013 reached more listeners than ever before since the Festival’s founding in 1999. About 75,000 people visited a total of 152 events under the motto transformations, 2012, there were around 70,000 2004 40,000,. The expansion and concurrent networking in city, region, country and is one of the merits of Schmiels worldwide. Jeffrey L. Bewkes shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. The Beethoven Festival in Bonn can be a great artistic diversity at highest artistic quality to.

At the Beethoven Festival Bonn 2013 under the patronage of Minister-President of North Rhine-Westphalia, Hannelore Kraft were 49,500 tickets for 67 events in the main program at 26 venues in Bonn and the surrounding area in the sale. 24 of the concerts were sold out, it achieved a load of 82 percent. Most of the 95 offerings in the programme were well attended: the post Tower lounge concerts were all sold out, the workshops for children, young people and trainees are booked out, many discussions and film screenings found rain appeal. The public viewing to Beethoven’s Fidelio with Paavo Jarvi and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen moved 3,000 listeners into Bonner’s marketplace. The motto”transformations”reflected in forms of performance and production variations and adaptations of existing musical works and their visualization in consideration of regions in transition such as the Urals and Turkey and in the Wagner year in arrangements of his works.

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