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Now on Sale: Tickets for the Easter Festival
Enjoy what are sure to be musical highlights with Emmanuelle Haïm or Teodor Currentzis, Bernard Haitink or Riccardo Chailly, Janine Jansen or Sandrine Piau.
07. November 2018
Lucerne Train Station Closure
The train station in Lucerne will be closed for construction work on 17 and 18 November 2018.
05. November 2018
Clariant is the new Theme Sponsor of Lucerne Festival in Summer
Lucerne Festival is pleased to announce that Clariant, one of the world’s leading companies for specialty chemicals, will become the new Theme Sponsor of Lucerne Festival in Summer starting in 2019.
31. October 2018
The 2019 Subscription Series: Looking Forward to a Summer of Music
We have completely redesigned and expanded our subscription series for the Summer Festival. In addition to the popular weekend packages, we now oﬀer a wide range of theme-based subscriptions, which you can already order beginning immediately.
30. October 2018
Program Easter Festival
Get yourself in the mood by taking a look at our program overview of the 2019 Easter Festival! Tickets go on sale starting 12 November, 12.00 noon (Lucerne time)
30. October 2018
Looking Ahead: The 2019 Summer Festival
With this preview, we would like to oﬀer you an overview of the upcoming Summer Festival 2019. We have completely redesigned and expanded our subscription series, which can be ordered starting now until 6 February 2019.
11. October 2018
Tour-Blog LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
The LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA is touring again with its Music Director Riccardo Chailly. Follow their Shanghai residence on our blog.
24. September 2018
Special Oﬀer: “Look | Listen | Enjoy – Together at the Concert”
What could be lovelier than introducing young listeners to the enchanting world of classical music?
19. September 2018
Highlights Summer Festival 2018
02. September 2018
Rebecca Saunders is named recipient of the tenth composition to be commissioned in the Roche Commissions series
The ninth work commissioned in the series, Reading Malevich by Peter Eötvös, will receive its world premiere on 1 September by the Lucerne Festival Academy and Matthias Pintscher.
14. August 2018
The History of the Festival in Sound
The latest CD release in the Historic Performances series is here. It focuses on the Violinist Nathan Milstein.