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├śrestad Klassiske MusikFestival November 24-27 2021

Ørestad Klassiske MusikFestival - Hørestad!
November 25-27 2021.

Introducing a Copenhagen’s newest music festival!

Classical music the climate friendly way! Generation Z and others who are concerned on our environment will surely appreciate this festival, not only for the incredible roster of musicians and singers in this first edition, and the compelling music performed, but for the focus on tomorrow’s audiences as well as today’s – and the 20% discount on your concert ticket if you are coming by bike!

Conductor Maria Badstue is part of the artistic team curating this exciting new festival. Don’t miss the first edition of Ørestad Klassiske Musikfestival - Hørestad.

 

November 26

Mahler, Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen
Ravel, Mother Goose Suite
Philippa Cold, Soprano
Maria Badstue, Conductor
Ørestad Festival Orchestra

In collaboration with Ørestad Gymnasium and Ørestad Library

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Maria Badstue to make German opera debut with Theater Orchester Neubrandenburg / Neustrelitz

Maria Badstue will make her German opera conducting debut at Theater und Orchester Neubrandenburg / Neustrelitz, leading the production of `DER KAISER VON ATLANTIS´ by Viktor Ullmann.

 

Musikalische Leitung: Maria Badstue
Inszenierung: Sven Müller
Dramaturgie: Lür Jaenike
Bühnenbild: Sven Müller, Mitarbeit Roland Lück
Kostüme: Margit Blendermann
Neubrandenburger Philharmonie

Performances: 
October 22, 31 & November 21

 

HC Andersen mini operas at COPENHAGEN OPERA FESTIVAL

COPENHAGEN OPERA FESTIVAL

Maria Badstue will lead three mini operas based on fairy tales by HC Andersen.

August 22 & 28 2021
Den Røde Plads / BLOX Copenhagen

Music: Thomas Claussen
Director: Johanne Holten
Conductor: Maria Badstue

Soloists, Nina Sveistrup, Mathilde Wallevik a.o

Guest Speaker at Oxford Conducting Institute International Conducting Studies Conference

June 25 & 26 2021

Maria Badstue as a guest speaker at Oxford Conducting Institute International Conducting Studies Conference

‘Conductors’ responsibilities, intercultural collaboration and classical music in a post-COVID world’