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Our Partners

MusiConsulting supports cultural institutions in the world of music and starts where the contact to the audience and target groups is established: Printed materials such as program booklets, season brochures and customer magazines are supported in terms of organization, content and graphics until they go to print. The company supports cultural businesses in the field of concerts/festivals/operas with dramaturgical and programmatic research, consulting services in marketing and Sales, translations, research and introductory lectures – always inspired by the idea that as many people as possible enjoy music.

Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra

As one of Croatia’s most important cultural ambassadors, the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, founded in 1871, has a long and recognized tradition. Many famous conductors and composers have worked with the orchestra, such as Bruno Walter, Paul Kletzki, Sir Malcolm Sargent, Kurt Sanderling, Carlo Zecchi, Milan Sachs, Milko Kelemen, Igor Stravinski, Krzysztof Penderecke and others. Guest conductors in recent years have included Dmitri Kitajenko, Lorin Maazel, Leopold Hager, Hans Graf, Valery Gergiev, Peter Maxwell Davies and others. As part of the orchestra’s autumn tour 2019 under the baton of the internationally renowned conductor Kristjan Järvi SoRyang, the Piano Concerto in A Minor by Edvard Grieg will be performed.

The Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra gives concerts in almost all European countries, in the United States or Japan. For example, it made its debut in 2016 at New York’s Carnegie Hall and was nominated for a Grammy in the category “Best Gospel Album” in 2019.

echo medienhaus is an Austrian media company with about 150 employees. The portfolio includes about 40 journals and magazines, a book publishing house and a number of strong event brands. The radius of action extends over the entire federal territory and partly beyond the borders. The focus of the distribution area is in Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland.
Echo Medienhaus solves communication tasks, develops journals and magazines or even events. The daily goal is to find uncomplicated solutions and to continuously exceed the expectations of customers or partners. In its media mix, echo uses external communication channels in addition to the in-house products. A classic advertising agency, an event division and a multimedia agency are part of the service portfolio.

Strong brands in the print sector are the Wiener Bezirksblatt, look!, VORMagazin, the provinces and many more. In the event area, EineStadt.EinBuch, Christmas in Vienna, the crime night, Wienissimo, Vienna Nightrun and many more are organized.

German Philharmonic String Orchestra

The Deutsche Streicherphilharmonie, the youngest national selection orchestra, brings together the top talents among the string instrumentalists of the music schools. The young musicians, aged between 11 and 20 years, delight the audience with their uniquely differentiated string sound and their collective devotion to music. The Association of German Music Schools (VdM) has been recruiting top young musicians into its sponsorship nationwide since 1991. Since 2013 it has been led by the current principal conductor Wolfgang Hentrich.

Members of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin (RSB) accompany the orchestra’s musical work as lecturers. This blessed continuity is one of the reasons for the ensemble’s characteristic, extremely homogeneous sound. The programme includes the great works of string orchestra literature from all musical epochs as well as rarities and contemporary works. The Deutsche Streicherphilharmonie has successfully conquered renowned concert stages. The Bundesauswahlorchester has been a guest at the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Berlin Philharmonie, the Gewandhaus zu Leipzig, the Alte Oper Frankfurt and many other concert halls in Germany. In foreign countries such as Poland, Norway, China etc., it has also been able to give several concerts in the Golden Hall of the Vienna Musikverein, and again in summer 2020 with SoRyang as soloist on the piano. Regularly concert recordings and studio recordings are produced, 14 CDs have been produced so far.

Dresden Piano Salon Kirsten

Passion for upright and grand pianos characterizes the Dresden Piano Salon in the heart of Dresden. On the first floor of the rebuilt Coselpalais, located in the middle of the baroque Dresden Old Town on Neumarkt, the latest instruments of the current art of piano and grand piano construction are displayed on 1600 square metres of exhibition space, supplemented by up to 150-year-old uprights and grand pianos, which have been reworked and restored in our own master workshop. The Piano Salon also includes the baroque ballroom with a direct view of the Frauenkirche. Robert Schumann, Clara Schumann and Marie Wieck, among others, played here before its destruction in the Second World War. Vienna Classic regularly holds concerts with various artists in this magnificent ballroom.

PEGASUS Residence Dresden GmbH

The company is a Dresden-based subsidiary of the Aaron Group (Vienna). The Aaron Group is active in the development of residential and commercial real estate in Austria, Germany and Eastern Europe. It holds a portfolio of around 2,500 apartments and various commercial properties in Germany. References in Dresden include the renovation of the AOK building on Hepkestraße in the Striesen district, the core renovation of the “Güntz-Palast” student residence on Güntzstraße and the conversion of an office building into a hotel on Strehlener Straße as well as the operation of the ***Aparthotel Villa Freisleben in the Blasewitz district. In Leipzig, the “Alte Reichspost” at the main railway station was converted into a hotel by the Group.

Harpa – the concert and conference house in Reykjavík

The opera and concert house in Reykjavík, which was opened in 2011 and has won several architecture awards, has a façade designed by the artist Olafur Eliasson and is considered an architectural attraction and new landmark of the Icelandic capital. The futuristic building is home to the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra and the Icelandic Opera. It houses a large concert hall with 1800 seats, three smaller concert halls and a conference centre.

In July 2016, Vienna Classic was a guest at the Harpa Concert House for the first time and recorded a concert by Korean concert pianist SoRyang in cooperation with a German film crew.

Schloss Albrechtsberg Dresden

Situated high above the Elbe in the middle of a magnificent park landscape, Albrechtsberg Palace Dresden is recommended all year round for a variety of special occasions. The Crown Hall offers a first-class setting for concert experiences of the highest standard. The acoustics of the hall with its magnificent view of the Elbe River inspire musicians, listeners and organisers alike.

Extraordinary concert events regularly attract lovers of attractive chamber music programmes to the castle high above the Elbe. From November 2016, Vienna Classic will also regularly hold concerts in one of the most beautiful chamber music halls in Dresden.

Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra

The Dresden Philharmonic is the orchestra of the state capital Dresden. Its principal conductor – as successor to Kurt Masur, Marek Janowski and Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, among others – is Michael Sanderling, who has been its principal conductor since 2011. The Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra is in the tradition of the Ratsmusik. Since 1870, when Dresden received its first large concert hall, its symphony concerts have been an integral part of the city’s concert life. To this day, the Dresden Philharmonic is a concert orchestra with regular excursions to the concert opera and oratorio. Chamber music and chamber symphony, with the Dresden Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, made up solely of members of the orchestra, also traditionally play a major role. Its home is the Kulturpalast in the heart of the old town. As the city’s musical ambassador, the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra also carries the special “Dresden sound” out into the world.

Vienna Konzerthaus

The Wiener Konzerthaus enjoys a unique reputation as a venue, which is based on three merits: To deal with tradition in a lively way, to open up new audiences through a courageous programme and to be open to new developments. These virtues have accompanied the Konzerthaus since its beginnings. “To be a place for the cultivation of noble music, a meeting point for artistic endeavours, a house for music and a house for Vienna. It was in this spirit that the Konzerthaus was opened on October 19, 1913 with a solemn concert in the presence of Emperor Franz Joseph I.

The unique atmosphere of the Vienna Konzerthaus attracts not only artists of the international music scene. It also provides the setting for numerous other social events, balls, conferences, dinners, company presentations and celebrations. The wide range of programmes and offers at the Wiener Konzerthaus clearly points the way to the future. Thanks to the large-scale general refurbishment (1998-2001), the venerable building is also equipped to meet the challenges of the third millennium.

Vienna Musikverein

The “upliftment of music in all its branches”: this was the highest goal of the young “Society of Friends of Music in Vienna”. The Friends of Music organised their own concerts, thus taking the decisive step towards establishing a public concert life in Vienna, systematically collecting music-historical documents and founding their own conservatory, the forerunner of today’s University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.

To “bring the existing classical works to performance”: this was, according to the first statutes of the Society, the declared goal of concert planning. The Musikverein still feels committed to this maxim today and organizes about 800 concerts per year, which are offered in the historical halls such as the famous Great Musikverein Hall, as well as in four new concert halls.

Leipzig Gewandhaus

Since 1981, the Gewandhaus zu Leipzig has offered space for great concerts, but also conferences, congresses, festive events and receptions take place here. The Konzerthaus on Augustusplatz and two predecessor buildings elsewhere, also called the Gewandhaus, have been home to the Gewandhaus Orchestra since 1781. Since 2016, Vienna Classic has also been working with one of the most renowned event companies in the world and organises classical concerts in this traditional Leipzig concert house.