Concerts for Families

The Musical Rhino

An entertaining concert about a rhino that loves listening to classical music.

About the Concert

The successful cooperation between the Youth Symphony Orchestra at the Heinrich Schütz Conservatory Dresden and the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra has existed for many years. In this sponsorship concert, children and young people make music together with members of the Dresden Philharmonic. This time we meet many different horns - the French horn, corno da caccia, an alphorn, a hunting horn and a natural horn. In addition, the well-known poem "Das musikalische Nashorn" by Peter Hacks tells a truly "horned" story. All this leads us to expect a particularly unforgettable concert experience for young and old.

Program

Trygve Madsen
Sinfonia Concertante for 4 horns F and orchestra plus "The Musical Rhinoceros", a poem by Peter Hacks - also with music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Kanefzky and others.

Contributer

Milko Kersten
Conductor
Anton Schultze
Bugle
Josef Nawrocki
Bugle
Friedrich Müller
Bugle
Florian Gamberger
Bugle
Daniel Schimmer
Bugle
Ole Winkler
Bugle
Daniel Haupt
Speaker and Moderator
Jugendsinfonieorchester am Heinrich-Schütz-Konservatorium

Biographies

Milko Kersten

Milko Kersten is an orchestra teacher at the Heinrich Schütz Conservatory in Dresden, Professor of ensemble work at the HfM Dresden, freelance conductor and President of the Saxon Music Council.

read biography

Anton Schultze

Anton Schultze grew up in Dresden and began playing the horn at the age of 5 at the 
Heinrich Schütz Conservatory with Andreas Roth.

read biography

Josef Nawrocki

was born in Dresden in 2000 and received horn lessons from the age of 7 at the Heinrich Schütz Conservatory with Andreas Roth.

read biography

Friedrich Müller

Friedrich Müller was born in Dresden in 1989 into a large musical family. Singing and making music together as well as playing regularly in the trombone choir shaped him from childhood.

read biography

Florian Gamberger

Florian Gamberger was born in Mannheim in 1997. He received his first violin lessons at the Heinrich Schütz Conservatory in Dresden at the age of six and switched to Andreas Roth's horn class at the age of ten.

read biography

Daniel Schimmer

Daniel Nils Schimmer was born on 23.09.2000 in Dresden. At the age of 5, he received his first horn lessons from Andreas Roth at the Heinrich Schütz Conservatory in Dresden.

read biography

Ole Winkler

Ole Winkler is 12 years old and has been taking lessons for 6 years in the horn class of

Andreas Roth at the Heinrich Schütz Conservatory.

He is already the solo horn player in the junior orchestra.

read biography

Daniel Haupt

As a studied flutist with degrees from the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Leipzig and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, Daniel Haupt was already involved in the field of music education during his studies.

read biography

Similar Concerts

  • Ticket

    Do you want to order concert tickets?
    We have compiled all the options for you under Ticket Info.

  • Newsletter

    With our newsletter we inform you about short-term offers and news about events of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra that are of particular interest to you.