Gstaad New Year Music Festival programme announced in Venice

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About the Festival

The outline programme for the 8th edition of the New Year Music Festival in Gstaad, Lauenen, Rougemont and Chateau d’Oex was announced in Venice at an evening hosted by the Venice Friends of the Festival (GSTAAD-VENICE-4)

The programme is an innovative mix of exceptional young talents and established, international artists.

Celebrations in exceptional venues

The festival will celebrate the 150th anniversary of Monaco’s tourist association, the SBM, in partnership with the Yacht Club of Monaco at the Gstaad Yacht Club (see video for a look inside). A quintet from the Monaco Philharmonic Orchestra will perform music by Verdi and Strauss.

Other concert venues include the churches of Gstaad – St Josef for the traditional free new year’s eve concert and St Niklaus chapel on the promenade, Lauenen, Rougemont and Chateau d’Oex. Russian celebrations will be marked with an exceptional orthodox choir. Last year’s concert at Gstaad railway station will be repeated due to popular demand.

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Rougemont on new year’s day

The Naples Chamber Ensemble will be visiting the festival to play the new year’s day concert. They will be followed by the return of the piano-duo of Natalia Morozova and Vitaly Yunitsky playing music by Rachmaninoff and Tschaikovsky which they have recorded this month in Switzerland.

Short video (for iPod and iPhone -8MB)

To get an idea of the programme, then please watch the portable edition of the video which shows the Gstaad Yacht Club as well as the other festival venues. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6d6Ry8nENIE

Contact information

For all information about the festival which starts on Friday 27 December 2013 and continues until Saturday 4 January 2013, with 40 artists in eight venues in and around Gstaad please contact the office:

E: gstaadnymf@gmail.com

Tel: +41 (79) 745 19 85

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