© © Manuela Jans/Lucerne Festival
© © Manuela Jans/Lucerne Festival
Juan Diego Florez | Sinfonía por el Perú Youth Orchestra | Roberto González Monjas


Gioachino Rossini (1792–1868)
Sì, ritrovarla io giuro from La cenerentola
Ouverture to the opera Il barbiere di Siviglia
Gaetano Donizetti (1797–1848)
Quanto è bella, quanto è cara from L’elisir d’amore
Una furtiva lagrima from L’elisir d’amore
Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901)
Overture to Macbeth
Lunge da lei … De’ miei bollenti spiriti … O mio rimorso from La traviata
Georges Bizet (1838–1875)
Danse Bohème from Carmen-Suite No. 2
Le fleur que tu m’avais jetée from Carmen
Tomás Barrera (1870–1938) / Rafael Calleja Gómez (1870–1938)
Adiós Granada from Emigrantes
José Serrano (1873–1941)
Te quiero, morena from El trust de los tenorios
Gerónimo Giménez y Bellido (1854–1923)
Intermezzo from La boda de Luis Alonso o La noche deel encierro
Pablo Sorozábal Mariezcurrena (1897–1988)
No puede ser from La tabernera del puerto
Daniel Alomía Robles (1871–1942)
El cóndor pasa
arranged by César Humberto Vega Zavala
Gilberto Rojas Enríquez (1916–1983) / Miguel Ángel Hurtado Delgado (1922–1951)
Ojos azules /Valicha
arranged by Luis Enrique Vargas Guevara
Carlos Porfirio Vásquez (1902–1971)
El Alcatraz
arranged by Luis Enrique Vargas Guevara

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Juan Diego Flórez is in a position to fully enjoy the glory of being a star tenor. He could jet around the globe, be feted today in New York, tomorrow in Vienna, and next week in London. He could focus on a handful of showcase roles to play his trump cards: the gleaming top notes, the striking coloratura skills, the stylish phrasing. But Flórez looks beyond the confines of his own art and also pursues a social mission. That’s why he founded the Sinfonía por el Perú in his home country, an educational project through which he provides musical training for children from disadvantaged families. And gives them a chance to change their lives. “The engine of these children is their poverty,” he explains. “It only takes them a few months to play well. They soak up everything immediately, are incredibly motivated.” Together with this orchestra and conductor Roberto González-Monjas, who was acclaimed in Lucerne in 2021 for his performance of Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos, he will create a varied program that spans from bel canto to Spanish zarzuela.

Event Venue

KKL Luzern, Concert Hall

Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Luzern
Europaplatz 1
CH-6005 Luzern

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  • Arrival | Parking Facilities

    The KKL Luzern is located right next to Lucerne railway station. On account of the traffic and parking situation, it is recommended during Festival season that visitors use public transportation. 

    Arriving by train & bus
    Take advantage of a 40% discount on public transport to Lucerne. You can find more Information here: to the SBB offer.

    Arriving by Auto
    Lucerne has a dynamic system to indicate parking availability that makes parking in the city easier for you. You can find a list of all parking garages in the City of Lucerne here: see List.

    Park & Ride
    Various train stations outside the City of Lucerne have a Park & Ride offer for those traveling by train to Lucerne. The following train stations, which have abundant parking spaces, are especially handy: Sursee, Rotkreuz, Zug, Wolhusen, Arth-Goldau, and Sarnen.

    Flying to Switzerland
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    Concierge Service for Your Travel Planning
    Do you prefer to have your trip planned, with an emphasis on the “extra” in service? Then the travel experts at Bucher Reisen are readily available to help you.

  • Cloakroom

    There are coat checkrooms not only in the basement, but also on the 2nd and 4th floors. Handbags up to a size of 42 x 29.7 x 29.7 cm (A3) may be taken into the concert hall. All larger bags and luggage as well as other bulky items must be checked for a fee of CHF 5.00 per item. For security reasons, coats and jackets may also not be taken into the concert hall and can be left at the checkroom free of charge.

  • Wheelchair seating

    The main concert hall of the KKL Lucerne has six wheelchair spaces available on special terms. Accompanying persons cannot be assured of obtaining a seat in the same price range or in the general vicinity.

    To reserve wheelchair spaces please call our ticket sales office directly at +41 (0)41 226 4480. Wheelchair spaces are always made available as soon as online ticket sales begin but can only be reserved by telephone.

  • Access to venues | Late admission

    The main KKL Concert Hall opens 30 minutes before the beginning of the concert. For the sake of the musicians and the audience, latecomers will not be admitted until intermission or at the discretion of the Concert Hall staff. In certain instances concerts will have no intermission and allow no latecomers.

    If the concert is missed on account of late arrival, tickets will not be refunded.

  • Gastronomy

    In the KKL Luzern
    In the mood for a cocktail at the Seebar? Coffee and fine pastries at the Le Piaf? Or would you prefer a multi-course menu in the Gault MiIlau-rated restaurant Lucide? The culinary possibilities in the KKL Luzern are many and varied. Before the concert begins, you can reserve your drinks and snacks for intermission at the KKL information desk in the main lobby of the KKL Luzern. Overview of the restaurants

    From 4th August to 11th September, enjoy refreshing drinks and Mediterranean delicacies in a summery ambience, among olive trees and fresh herbs, with a wonderful view over Lake Lucerne and Lucerne's old town. Combine culinary delights and culture with the "Summer Lounge Ouverture Apéro Package". The perfect opening of your concert evening at this year's Summer Festival of Lucerne Festival. More

    In Lucerne
    Within walking distance of all event venues you can find a wide variety of restaurants, bars, and cafés. The Lucerne Tourism office will gladly assist you in making your selection. Overview of Lucerne Tourism