Young talents play classical music at a high level
- On 25 November 2019, the Mercedes-Benz Museum will host the charity concert “Konzertive” for the tenth time
- Current young winners of renowned music competitions and former pupils of the Stuttgart Music School and performers at previous “Konzertive” events to play a high-calibre programme
- Anniversary motto: “10 years is not enough”
- Staged by the Stuttgart Music School and the Rotary Club Stuttgart Television Tower with support from the Mercedes-Benz Museum
Stuttgart. The first Konzertive was held in 2010 at the Mercedes-Benz Museum. Right from the outset, its aim was to provide comprehensive support for talented people: young exceptional musicians are given a stage for their high-class performances. At the same time, the event collects money to support other young pupils, with admission and donations all going straight to the Stuttgart Music School’s scholarship system. Since its premiere, the Konzertive has raised more than 100,000 euros.
The Konzertive on 25 November 2019 starts at 7 p.m. at the Mercedes-Benz Museum. Doors open at 6.15 p.m. Tickets are available by email to email@example.com. They cost 25 euros for adults and 10 euros for children. Any donations to support up and coming musical talent are of course also welcome. Those attending the concert can use the Museum’s multistorey car park free of charge.
Successful in renowned competitions
In spite of their young age, all the performers already have years of musical experience. They have received lessons from outstanding teachers and have been successful in renowned music competitions, such as “Jugend musiziert”.
On 25 November 2019, the following young musicians from the Stuttgart Music School will be appearing at the Mercedes-Benz Museum: Paula Börtlein (viola), Hanming Deng (piano), Finn Kiefl (drums), Yannick Kleinert (saxophone), Nora Liebhäuser (violin), Amélie Schöpf (violin), Hanna Schulte (piano) and Sara Spöhr (cello).
The following former pupils of the Stuttgart Music School will also be enriching the Konzertive: Julius Engelbach (clarinet), Till Hoffmann (piano), Julia Hoover (violin), Rebekka Irion (piano) and Luisa Schwegler (violin).
The evening’s programme offers compositions by Ludwig van Beethoven, Jules Demersseman, Gene Koshinski, Max Reger, Pablo de Sarasate and Robert Schumann.