• By Christoph König
  • 24 Sep, 2014

25 Years Solistes Européens Luxembourg – A Success Story.

There is probably no other way to put it: It is a feeling of unlimited satisfaction if after years of intense labour and not always publicly perceivable effort all and everything discharges into such an impressive anniversary concert and public recognition and appreciation.

The leading Music Critic of Luxembourg, Alain Steffen , writes: “25 Years Solistes Européens Luxembourg: This is a success story you truly live … only once.”

Please read the full article here (in German): 25 Jahre SEL

The Grand Duc Henri, Premier Minister Xavier Bettel, Berlin’s Governing Mayor Klaus Wowereit, and Cultural Minister Madame Nagel, they all are with us.

Thank You very very much for all your support!!

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