This tour begins at the hotel.
We meet at Victors Residenz a splendid institution in central Leipzig just a short stroll from the station and close to the historic centre. A welcome reception will be followed by a traditional German dinner in the Auerbachs Keller – a place immortalised by Goethe in Faust.
After breakfast we walk to the Gewandhaus for the morning performance of Brahms’ Double Concerto. After time for lunch we move on to the Thomaskirche and the Bach Museum.
Dinner will be taken in a local restaurant followed by the performance of The Flying Dutchman at 19h30.
After breakfast we visit the Grassi Museum and the fine collection of over 5000 musical instruments followed by a visit to the Mendelssohn house.
Later, we will meet for dinner followed by the performance of Swanlake by the Leipzig Ballet. An alternative concert including Brahms’ Violin Concerto is available at the Gewandhaus.
Today there is free time to enjoy the city during the morning with options to visit the Schumann house, the Town Hall and the gallery.
We gather for lunch at the Arabian Kaffee Baum and our final performance – Tristan and Isolde – is at 17h00. A new production by Enrico Lübbe with Meagan Miller as Isolde and Daniel Kirch as Tristan, Ulf Schirmer conducts.
Check out will be available after breakfast.