Keresztes Artists presents
Dear friends of classical music!
Our concert series AEGERI CONCERTS, launched in 2022, is starting its 3rd year! Many thanks to our supporters and sponsors and to you, dear audience, for your great support.
In 2024, thirteen outstanding musicians from 7 nations await you to perform works by composers from 3 centuries.
We start after the summer break with an extraordinary song and piano recital. The young charismatic baritone Äneas Humm, winner of the 2022 Opus Classical Prize, and the great pianist Kit Armstrong, who has already performed a piano recital in the Aegerihalle in 2022, will interpret and present works by Schumann and Brahms.
On October 1, we will introduce you to the subtle and incredibly strong pianist Anna Vinnitskaya, who will present a chamber music evening with a piano solo interlude together with the Brahms Ensemble. You will hear works by Johannes Brahms and Dimitri Shostakovich.
The pianist Huijing Han will cast a spell over us on 24.10. with her piano recital "Snow is dancing" and interpret special works from Impressionism and Modernism, including works by Eric Satie and George Gershwin.
The young Geza Anda Prize winner Julian Trevelyan will present highly virtuoso piano works by Franz Liszt and Sergei Prokofiev in his piano recital "War and Love" on November 7.
The AEGERI CONCERTS 2024 will close with the outstanding cello/piano duo Runge/Ammon and their witty program "Opium - Light and Shadow of the Twenties".
Once again this year, we will be presenting young students from the music schools of the Canton of Zug at the start of each concert. It is a great opportunity for these ambitious young musicians to gain their first major stage experience in this setting.
Let us take you on an exciting and moving musical journey full of history and human highs and lows. We look forward to seeing you!
With best musical regards, Sabina Keresztes
Advance ticket sales start on February 23 via Ticketino.com
11 / 2023
Claire Huangci delivers pianistic bravura with big and small hands
"A Study in Preludes" was the title of the concert evening organized by music patron Sabina Keresztes for the young piano virtuoso Claire Huangci in the Aegerihalle: Rachmaninoff and Chopin intertwined.
Look back with us on wonderful evenings with interesting artists.