Greetings Fellow Travelers! We are taking the Germany tour in May 2020 and I am particularly interested in hearing baroque and/or classical music. So many great German composers (or near German): Bach (all three), Schubert, Beethoven, Mozart (both), Brahms, Mendelsohn, to name a few. Does anyone have any advice for how to find concerts (preferably ahead of the trip so if tickets are required, I know the details and could possibly order the tickets ahead of time). Any advice or guidance is welcome. Thank you very much for your kind assistance travel peeps! Judi
It would help to know which region of Germany you will tour. It is impossible to give you websites without knowing this, the country is simply too big.
Leipzig is a must for Bach, of course.
You have to look for each city and then instead of a 3rd party like this one:
book directly with the venue.
For Berlin (end of tour if I remember correctly) you can use search function of Berlin website for classical music tickets.
Classic Days ae on May 16 & 17.
I just returned from ten weeks in Germany ( and Vienna ) and attended seven different classical events during my stay . It is essential to start with two premises - which cities will you visit , and what are the major venues in each . Here are my visits - Berlin ; Komische Oper - Bernstein " Candide " . Leipzig ; Gewandhaus - Bruckner - Symphony #8 . Dresden ; Semperoper - " Tosca " . Munich ; National Theater - " Tales of Hoffman " , " Coppelia " . Vienna ; Volksoper - " Czardasfurstin " , and " Cabaret " . Programming and venue dictate what I choose , so my choices vary widely accordingly . My tastes are broad , having spent my working career as a classically trained musician .
There are 82 opera houses in Germany and at least as many concert halls. To give you a starting point for your research:
Excellent opera houses include
Excellent concert halls include
Frankfurt, Alte Oper
When we visited Dresden a few years ago, I went directly to the opera house site to see what music might be performed during our visit. I'm sure I bought the tickets through the on-line site of the opera house. It was amazing! Go directly to a venue site I say.
Most cities have websites like these. Explore. Have fun!