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Gift Certificates


Dear Dresden Music Festival Audience Members,

With the greatest regret, the Dresden Music Festival announces that this year’s festival cannot take place due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Federal Government and State Governments decided on April 15, 2020 that events cannot take place through August 31, 2020. Therefore, in order to protect artists and audience alike, all live concerts of the Dresden Music Festival between May 12 and June 12, 2020 are cancelled.

Tickets already purchased for the festival can be turned into a voucher. Customers can also donate the value of the tickets or part of that amount to our music education and youth programs. Another possibility is a refund of the amount of the tickets.
Customers who donate the value of their tickets or a part of it, as a token of our gratitude, they will receive a copy of the CD with extraordinary live recordings of the 2019 festival season which will be released in June. Jan Vogler will autograph a CD for every donor supporting the Festival with a sum of more than 100 Euros.

In order to take care of your requests as quickly as possible, we kindly ask you to use the online ticket return form.
Alternatively, please send us the refund form by July 30 at the latest by regular mail.

Program

The program for the 2021 Dresden Music Festival will be released beginning of October.
The ticket sales start on November 2, 2020, at 10 am.

Sat 12 Dec

Palace Concert

Festive Christmas Concert: Jan Vogler & Dresden Festival Orchestra

The Dresden Festival Orchestra’s Christmas concert takes listeners on a journey to the fascinating baroque era. Tracing…

Palace Concert

Festive Christmas Concert: Jan Vogler & Dresden Festival Orchestra

The Dresden Festival Orchestra’s Christmas concert takes listeners on a journey to the fascinating baroque era. Tracing musical paths between Dresden and Italy, the musicians have discovered tuneful works by Hasse, Porpora and Vivaldi. Hasse was court kapellmeister for 30 years in Dresden, having studied previously with the legendary Porpora in Naples. Pisendel, the court orchestra’s celebrated concertmaster, on the other hand, was a close friend of Vivaldi, who dedicated some of his works to him. The soloist on this festive occasion is cellist Jan Vogler, who joins the orchestra, which plays on historical instruments, and its concertmaster Chouchane Siranossian in inviting you to a splendid feast for the ears.

Jan Vogler – Cello
Dresden Festival Orchestra
Chouchane Siranossian – Concertmaster

From Italy to Saxony

  • Johann Adolph Hasse: Concerto for Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in D major
  • Nicola Antonio Porpora: Concerto for Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in G major
  • Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for Flautino, Strings and Basso continuo in C major RV 443
  • Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for Violin, Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in B flat major RV 547
  • 17:00
  • Kulturpalast (Concert Hall)
  • Ticket sales start on November 2
forthcoming

Sat 12 Dec

Palace Concert

Festive Christmas Concert: Jan Vogler & Dresden Festival Orchestra

The Dresden Festival Orchestra’s Christmas concert takes listeners on a journey to the fascinating baroque era. Tracing…

Palace Concert

Festive Christmas Concert: Jan Vogler & Dresden Festival Orchestra

The Dresden Festival Orchestra’s Christmas concert takes listeners on a journey to the fascinating baroque era. Tracing musical paths between Dresden and Italy, the musicians have discovered tuneful works by Hasse, Porpora and Vivaldi. Hasse was court kapellmeister for 30 years in Dresden, having studied previously with the legendary Porpora in Naples. Pisendel, the court orchestra’s celebrated concertmaster, on the other hand, was a close friend of Vivaldi, who dedicated some of his works to him. The soloist on this festive occasion is cellist Jan Vogler, who joins the orchestra, which plays on historical instruments, and its concertmaster Chouchane Siranossian in inviting you to a splendid feast for the ears.

Jan Vogler – Cello
Dresden Festival Orchestra
Chouchane Siranossian – Concertmaster

From Italy to Saxony

  • Johann Adolph Hasse: Concerto for Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in D major
  • Nicola Antonio Porpora: Concerto for Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in G major
  • Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for Flautino, Strings and Basso continuo in C major RV 443
  • Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for Violin, Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in B flat major RV 547
  • 20:00
  • Kulturpalast (Concert Hall)
  • November 2 Start Ticket Sales
forthcoming

Tue 02 Mar

Palace Concert

Matsuev – Orchestre symphonique de Montréal – Nagano

Even if the 2019/20 season was his final one as chief conductor of the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Kent Nagano…

Palace Concert

Matsuev – Orchestre symphonique de Montréal – Nagano

Even if the 2019/20 season was his final one as chief conductor of the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Kent Nagano maintains close ties with Canada’s leading orchestra. The audience at Dresden’s Kulturpalast may look forward to a diverse programme offered by this extraordinary musical liaison. The evening begins with Charles Ives’ fascinating portrait of Central Park at night dated 1906, followed by Brahms’ famous Piano Concerto in B-flat-major as interpreted masterfully by the celebrated Russian piano virtuoso Denis Matsuev. Camille Saint-Saëns said about his opulent »Organ Symphony«: »In this work, I gave everything I was able to give«. Not only does it conclude this special concert experience, but also the current season of »Palace Concerts«.

Denis Matsuev – Piano
Olivier Latry – Organ
Orchestre symphonique de Montréal
Kent Nagano – Conductor

  • Charles Ives: »Central Park in the Dark«
  • Johannes Brahms : Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 2 in B flat major Op. 83
  • Camille Saint-Saens: Symphony No. 3 in C minor Op. 78 »Organ Symphony«
  • 19:30
  • Kulturpalast (Concert Hall)
  • Ticket sales start on November 2
forthcoming

Tickets

 

Dresden Music Festival Customer Service

Ticket Service at the Kulturpalast
Schloßstraße 2 | 01067 Dresden
Mon to Fri: 10 am – 7 pm, Sat: 9 am – 2 pm

Telephone Booking

Tel. +49 (0)351–656 06 700
Mon to Fr: 9 am – 6 pm

Online Booking

No fees if you book tickets via print@home at this website
EMail: besucherservice@musikfestspiele.com

Mail Order

Dresden Music Festival/Customer Service
P. O. Box 10 04 53 | 01074 Dresden
Fax + 49 (0) 351 – 478 56 23

Group Booking (more than 10 persons)

Tel + 49 (0) 351 – 478 56 20
gruppen@musikfestspiele.com

Price Reductions

There is a 50 % discount for severely disabled persons (certified as at least 80 % disabled) and their registered escort, Dresden Pass holders, and recipients of long-term unemployment benefits and benefits of chap. 3 and 4 SGB XII and the German Social Welfare Law for Asylum-Seekers.

There is a 25 % discount for school and university students, apprentices, and those performing compulsory military or a voluntary year of social service. The above mentioned persons can also purchase LAST-MINUTE-TICKETS for performances that are not sold out for a price of 9 € per ticket, starting 20 minutes prior to the concert.
There is also a 25 % discount for Dresdner Ehrenamtspass holders on specifically marked performances.

The following discounts are available for selected performances (excluding cooperation concerts). Proof of discount entitlement must be presented at the counter. Different types of discounts cannot be combined. Please show valid verification unasked at the entrance.

Booking Fees

A postage charge of 3 € (5 € if you take 7 tickets or more) will be added to tickets shipped to you. A service charge of 1.50 € is applied to tickets ordered online, by phone or by mail. A surcharge of 1.50 € per ticket applies to group bookings (10 or more persons).

Booking information

Kulturpalast © Kirsten Nijhof

Further Ticket Agencies

Konzertkasse im Florentinum

Ferdinandstraße 12
01069 Dresden
Tel.  +49 (0)351 – 86 66 00

Schillergalerie

Loschwitzer Straße 52a
01309 Dresden
Tel. +49 (0)351 – 31 58 70

saxticket in der Schauburg

Königsbrücker Straße 55
01099 Dresden
Tel. +49 (0)351 – 803 87 44

Dresden Information at the Frauenkirche

Neumarkt 2
01067 Dresden
Tel. +49 (0)351 – 50 15 01

SZ-Ticketservice

Tel. +49 (0)351 – 840 42 002
www.sz-ticketservice.de

Tickets are also available at all Eventim Ticket Sales Points and via www.eventim.de

Gift Certificates

Unforgettable musical highlights and atmospheric Festival moments – sounds like the ideal present. A gift certificate is the perfect way to share the magic of the Dresden Music Festival.

Booking Conditions

Gift certificates for the Dresden Music Festival’s own productions are available in any denomination. They may be purchased and redeemed in person at the Customer Service of the Dresden Music Festival, by mail, by email or online at this website. Please note that gift certificates can only be used for concerts which are not sold out. Any balance remainig will be retained; but it cannot be refunded in cash. Gift certificates are valid for three years.

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Special Offers

Subscriber Program»Zugabe«

Subscriber Program»Zugabe«

»Zugabe« – One Card Many Benefits

The subscriber program of the Dresden Music Festival provides exclusive benefits of selected cooperation partners and around the ticket booking (excluding special concerts and Palace Concerts as well as the Serenade on the Green). Premium members book tickets for at least three performances within one festival season and enjoy a 10 % discount or 15 % in the fourth year on an equal number of tickets. This discount applies to all further tickets. Already purchased tickets of the ongoing season will be taken into account, but a discount cannot be applied after the purchase.

YGT – Young Generation Ticket

Small prize, great music! Wheater orchestral concerts, premieres, or exciting new formats.
With the  YGT – Young Generation Ticket concert goers between 16 and 30 years have the opportunity to attend selected performances at a prize of 15 €. Tickets can be purchased at the customer service of the Dresden Music Festival and are subject to availability. Proof of discount entitlement must be presented.  

Booking information

Tickets cannot be returned or exchanged, even if orders have only been filled partially. Programmes, casts, dates and performance venues are subject to change without notice. Such changes do not entitle ticket holders to return their tickets. Only if an event is cancelled entirely will the ticket price be refunded, upon presentation of the tickets.

Please note that only tickets bought via the methods described here, via the associated Eventim Ticket Sales Points and the official sales partners of the Dresden Music Festival are guaranteed to be original tickets of the Dresden Music Festival at the original prices. We strongly discourage you from buying tickets via the so-called secondary market and corresponding internet sites!

Please note that some concerts may no longer be available after only a few hours. We offer a waitlist service at www.musikfestspiele.com. Depending on the manner in which your order was placed, orders may be filled at different rates. For technical reasons, tickets may not be available temporarily or may become available again at a later time.

Cooperation performances

For as COOPERATION CONCERT marked performances, prices and terms and conditions of the cooperation partners apply. There is only a limited amount of tickets available.