• By Christoph König
  • 23 Sep, 2014

The Solistes Européens Luxembourg celebrate their 25 years – an astonishing achievement. What had started 25 years ago as a tiny negligible and insignificant string ensemble has developed into an internationally recognized symphony orchestra of slightly smaller size – UNBELIEVABLE.

In the presence of the Grand Duc Henri of Luxembourg, the Governing Mayor of Berlin Klaus Wowereit, the Premier Ministers of Luxembourg, Xavier Bettel, and the Cultural Minister Madame Nagel, haben dei Solistes Européens Luxembourg ihr 25-jähriges Jubiläum am Montag mit einem sehr erfolgreichen Festkonzert gefeiert. Auf dem Programm: Dvorak 9. Sinfonie, Beethoven Tripelkonzert mit “Familie Capucon”, und einem zeitgenössischen Luxemburgischen Stück von Marco Pütz: Strömungen.

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