The festival features international stars such as violinists Leonidas Kavakos and Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider, soprano Patricia Petibon and clarinetist Martin Fröst, who will perform in the Glass Hall.
Tivoli Copenhagen Phil performs classical pop-up concerts in the Tivoli gardens during the festival, which takes place from 17th to 21th of August.
The festival consists of three elements: Tivoli’s 177-year-anniversary concert, outdoor pop-up concerts with Tivoli Copenhagen Phil and five days featuring classic world stars in Tivoli’s charming Glass Hall Theatre, a total of 137 concerts from 15th to 21th of August. Frederik Wiedemann, VP of Culture at Tivoli and Head of Music, Tivoli Copenhagen Phil, Peter Lodahl, jointly state: “Many have had to do without the live music for several months because of social distancing measures. That is why it has been important for us - now that it is again possible to hold concerts - to put together an absolutely exquisite program.
We present a beautiful and varied bouquet of world stars in the Glass Hall Theatre, where the audience can experience the artists up close. As part of the festival, the internationally acclaimed Hindsgavl Festival presents all three concerts on 19th of August.